You can never change what you tolerate.
I’ll say it again, so this will stay with you for good: You can never change what you tolerate.
Why? Because as long as you accept your circumstances and accommodate them, you’re going to stay right where you are.
Too many doctors learn to function in their dysfunction. Their practice mysteriously goes from famine to… famine. They’ve seen and treated so few patients in the last several months that they’ve limited their future expectations. They’re argumentative, bitter, and resentful. They’re critical and judgmental. Instead of dealing with their low patient volume and being willing to change, they merely adapt to their “lowered expectations”. So what’s the answer?
If you see yourself in this situation…snap out of it! If you’re not treating all the patients who need your help…learn how to attract new patients now. If you’d like to know more about a personal injury practice…learn how now… with a consultant that specializes in P.I. practices.
As long as you accept and accommodate your lowered expectations, you’re going to stay right where you are. You can never change what you tolerate.
Snap out of it!