In this age of information make a decision to embrace what works.
Life can be looked upon as a puzzle with hundreds of pieces that must match up before you achieve your goals.
To embrace what works listen to those who have been where you are wanting to go.
Mark Nepo has stated, “listening has become a lost art.”
He is author of “Seven Thousand Ways To Listen.”
Searching for what works requires you stay in communication with pieces of the puzzle in order to see they are placed in their proper positions.
Listening leads to solutions, giving you the opportunity to give up on what no longer works.
Things that no longer work must be replaced by those that do.
Where the right answers lie outside yourself, seek them to become greater than your current self.
A ‘know-it-all’ finds it difficult listening to solutions from others.
Mr. Nepo tells us the active process of listening leads us outside of the self to obtain life’s pearls.
After obtaining your pearls you are led back to who you are adding them to the self.
The know-it-all is unable to leave the position of self and will not receive the pearls of life that make the self better.
Instead of being able to embrace what works, he/she as know-it-all is limited by their own knowledge.
There is nothing wrong in knowing for the application of knowledge is what makes you powerful.
Listen to what works then apply that knowledge to the best of your ability.
Circumstances less than favorable must be seen for what they are with awareness of their impact upon your life.
Seeing things as they are keeps you in communication with their cause and effect upon you.
The deception lies in an unwillingness to fix your problems after solutions are made known.
Dental seminars give our team members a break from the problems in the dental office.
For some of us mini shopping sprees are appreciated after our dental seminars.
We learn from dental consultants and really appreciate their expertise.
Production cycles had hit a glass ceiling with some of our dental team expressing concerns about the accelerated pace of our most recent days.
It was true our tongues had started to drag a bit and none of us were certain how to get a handle on our tight schedules.
A game was suggested by our dental consultant to get everyone on the same page to assist a KC dentist.
With new targets met, additional vacation time could be earned.
Not everyone is motivated by cash incentives.
Additional vacation time was just the thing.
Rehearsing the resolution of snags in our schedule made us more efficient removing our glass ceiling.
Consultants will help you to embrace what works after discovering solutions to your problems.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://dentist4you.biz