Staying busy keeps us in pursuit of our dreams.
Dreams are realized by those who make the best use of their time.
Our world system is designed to keep the average person so snowed under
there is not a lot of time to do what is really needed to achieve your own success.
It takes wisdom and discernment to get ahead in life.
You will find men in particular reach a mature age before focusing on their most vital priorities.
Someone must be told no, to free valuable time to confront vital priorities.
The golden word no at appropriate times is one piece of the puzzle.
Chaos and turmoil are enough to take anyone off course from time to time.
Getting back on course becomes a recurring reality.
To remain on target requires staying the course with intense energy poured into a specific goal.
There is a rule among those who get things done and that rule is to tie yourself to the kitchen table and not come up for air until your project
A few days away from mundane task will not defeat you but propels those who initiate change beyond circumstances that keep us bogged down and not advancing forward.
Think about a visit to a dental office where chaos reigns supreme if systems are not in place to smoothly flow patients through your operation.
Regular workdays become an overwhelm with dental patients kicking and screaming if not geared up and prepared to treat patients needing emergency dental care.
Some form of triage will show, not everyone coming into your dental office, will have the kind of dental emergency requiring the immediate relief or control of pain.
Pain and suffering are always high priority targets to take care of stat.
Temporary procedures to put the fire out are easy to administer until more appointment time can be scheduled.
They take a few minutes for their placement and are greatly appreciated by patients.
If a new marketing campaign is to be administered time is blocked for the project so it gets done.
Bringing new insurance companies on board take a considerable portion of a dentist’s time but increase the bottom line over time.
Anyone in business understands the need for staying busy to succeed.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.biz