Something’s Gotta Give, Doc

by Dr. Ron Arndt

It all starts with thinking that you have to be a bigger, badder, better dentist than the one down the block. Then, you’re working more hours, hiring more staff, attracting them with more expensive benefits. Stuff that costs money.

Being a business owner and a dentist, that type of dual-career can put your life in a perpetual state of worry. You are always thinking of “the worst case scenario.”  If you learn how to kill your practice before it kills you, your life will be in a better state of positive consciousness.

I understand the weight of life as family, a dual-career and problem solving can take its toll on the body and mental state. It took me some time, and a heart attack, to realize and rise to a higher state of awareness, but after all, Rome was not built in a day.  For you, this process can be swift and effective if you learn how to kill your practice before it kills you.

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