Are you working on your business or are you working in your business?
When you are working on your business you are in the driver’s seat. You are in command of business growth, direction, and profitability. You have created a support team that sees to the day-to-day tasks, leaving you with plenty of time to spare or use in another ways, life is pretty good.
However when you work in your business you are trying to get things done by yourself with no end in sight. You are trying to get through the day which seams like an endless loop. Your staff is going in different directions; you have more problems than solutions. Yes you are busy and your practice is busy, but being “busy” isn’t much of a business indicator especially when it comes to profits, after all you can be “busy” reading the mail or digging a hole. First and foremost your dental practice is a business and if you are lacking the knowledge that will take you out of your business so that you can start to work on your business hire an expert, doing everything yourself to save a few bucks is Old School and it doesn’t work anymore!