Planning to Win

I’m presently in Savannah, Georgia visiting one of our clients. These guys impress me. They have taken their practice from 60 patients a week to over 850 in just the past 4 years! They even made it into Inc500 Magazine this year (#357).

From the beginning, these guys knew what they wanted their practice to become. They were willing to work hard and do whatever it takes to get there. They just needed a plan.

I find that most private pratitioners are willing to work hard but what they lack most is a plan, a road map if you will, that will get them where they really want to go.

Most guys work hard their entire career yet fall up short. Not these guys. They knew what they we capable of doing but wanted their practice to work for them and not have to devote their life to work.

Nobody plans to fail but unfortunately very few plan to win and fewer that that fail to plan at all.

Setting a goal and moving heaven and earth to achieve it can create a practice that adds value to your life versus sucking the life out of you.

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