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You can turn your setbacks into breakthroughs
I've never met a person who wanted to be a failure, but some of the greatest people I've ever met have learned to embrace failure. How is this seeming contradiction possible? It's all a matter of how you view risk and if you're willing to learn from mistakes.
1) Be willing to take reasonable risks in your practice When it comes to the risks you take with your practice, clearly you don't want to be foolish. You must decide your  [url=http://monsterbeatsbydrereview.webs.com/]monster beats by dre review[/url] threshold for risk and then manage the situation well. When I took risks in my practice, I avoided situations that presented a high potential for loss. I stayed away from opportunities that had a 50/50 shot of losing money. Instead, I looked for opportunities that had the potential for either creating a profit or breaking even.
Look for the opportunities that have enormous potential for positive yield. Here's an example. Before they flew their first airplane, the Wright Brothers probably had  [url=http://beatsdrdre48.webs.com/]b[/url] 100 failures ? but people don't remember those failures because their success was so far beyond  [url=http://shopbeatsbydre.webs.com/]shop beats by dre[/url] what anyone else in aviation had accomplished.
Maybe you're looking at the risk of adding an employee or equipment to your practice, or you're thinking about moving to a different location. Is there a good return on investment? One way to eliminate fear and help your staff members move forward is to show them how to break a problem down into a small series of decisions instead of one big decision. Discuss how the addition or move could help everyone. Weigh the options and the possible benefits.
2) Find a mentor who can help you learn from your mistakes My first big failure happened when I was 16 years old. I took the written exam to get my private pilot's license, but I failed?I need to score a 70 percent, and I earned a 69. What bothered me most was that I was just 1 point shy of passing!
Do you know why I failed? I had studied the material all by myself, but I didn't take advantage of the opportunity to  [url=http://reviewsofbeatsbydre.webs.com/]reviews of beats by dre[/url] sit down with anyone who knew the content and could explain it to me. I needed someone to coach me and teach me. I had the book, but no one had ever told me that they offered instruction to help us figure it out!
So, I persisted. I didn't let this failure crush my dream of earning my pilot's license. Right away, I began meeting with an instructor  [url=http://beatsbydreferrari.webs.com/]beats by dre ferrari[/url] who showed me how to balance the situation to my advantage by better understanding the problems I had to solve. Essentially, I found a mentor. A few months later, I took the test again?and not only did I pass, I earned a score in the 90s.
Failure doesn't have to be the end. Be willing to take reasonable risks in your practice, learn from the mistakes you make, and build your confidence by identifying a mentor who can guide you through the potholes.
DO YOU HAVE a story of how your practice has benefited by intentionally listening to your patients and seeking their feedback? I'd like to share some of these stories from other people's practices in the coming weeks. Send me your story at info@WalterWest.com for consideration. I always enjoy hearing other people's stories of how they're helping customers and building a better practice!
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Dr. Walt West combines his 27 years of private practice experience with a business philosophy and management style that reveals the fundamentals of owning, managing and leading a successful private practice. As a leading expert in Practice Management, Dr. West  [url=http://monsterbydre.webs.com/]monster by dre[/url] has presented to professional audiences in 16 countries on 5 continents. He is the published author of "When Your Success is on the Line" and the creator of the program "Pulse Points of the Million Dollar Practice."
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