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Right now, you have exactly the business you deserve.
For some of you, that feels great because it lands like a “congratulations!” For some of you, it lands differently. You may find that convicting...uncomfortable...frustrating. All of these are great - because CEO’s operate from BRUTAL FACTS. This is a chance to get real and clear. This is also a perfect opportunity to make things better!
Whatever behaviors that are out of alignment with your vision and core values that you are tolerating right now is exactly what is preventing you from having the business and life that you want. Identify the behaviors you have been tolerating and decide what you are going to do about it, because you possess the power to make things better, starting today!
02:32 - Dr. Stephen explores where success truly lives in order to be predictable and sustainable
06:43 – Dr. Pete discusses the consequences of living out of alignment and tolerating the mistakes that it causes
10:01 – Dr. Pete shares what he has been personally tolerating that has been impacting him personally and his practice
16:44 – Dr. Stephen leads the discussion on tolerating the behaviors of your team and how it stems from your own leadership behavior
20:28 – Dr Pete discusses holding yourself accountable to standards and learning how to start over again when errors are found
26:09 – Dr. Stephen expands on how this act of tolerance expands to the behaviors that we expect of our patients as well
33:05 – Dr. Stephen interviews Dr. Justin Brown. Listen as they discuss the mindset of achievement, creating an environment that generates success, and the importance of understanding that our practices are not individual ‘sport’
"Success lives in a predictable and sustainable way when you have alignment between your core values, your vision story and your behaviors."
"You can't go back to the beginning, but you can create a new beginning."
"My philosophical clarity and conviction and my philosophical understanding is going to be my floor and my team’s ceiling."
"There's something that's really powerful when a leader can apologize for not knowing or not doing what they know to do. It can be powerful within the team."
"You have the lens to look at everything and say I have exactly the team that I deserve right now. I don't get what I want, I get what have I been tolerating."