Change is hard. Really, we know it is. At the start of the new year, we are dedicated to making changes, yet studies show that nearly 40% of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions, but only 8% of those are achieved. Here’s a look at why that happens, and what you can do to make positive changes in your life.
Picture this: you've accomplished your goal of operating your own practice. Business is good, you've been working hard at improving yourself, your patients are happy, and so are your employees. Everything seems to be going great, and then you hit a road bump. Rather than analyze the problem for what it is and brainstorm on new solutions, you revert to what you already know. Why? Because you just don't have the time to reflect on the possibilities of what could work. You need a solution, and you need it now. Here are three signs it might be time to think outside the box and stop sabotaging yourself.