How to Keep Your Butt from Exploding Like Kim Kardashian’s Did
According to the ever-reliable Weekly World News, Kim Kardashian’s butt exploded on a flight from New Jersey to Las Vegas. The pilot took the plane above 38,000 feet and “boom”, the butt implant explodes! Thankfully they made an emergency landing and all is well. This represents poor planning on Kim’s part. Had she done the research, she would have known that implants are susceptible to rupture above certain altitudes due to pressure changes. Had she known, Kim could have made a better plan. Kim could have had the pilot keep the altitude lower or change the cabin pressure.
Is lack of research and a plan killing your medical practice?
Are you too busy “doing the work” that you may be headed over the cliff and don’t know it? What optics do you not have that if you did, would make all the difference? The stepping away from our business to work “on” our business is crucial to its success. Crisis prevention (a Quadrant II activity) helps to prevent and anticipate crisis (a Quadrant I activity) in our business and in our lives. As this year comes to a close, and as you get ready to start the new one, I think it may be time to do some serious thinking and planning for the new year. Here are some thoughts:
- What one activity, if done correctly in your clinic or business, could make all the difference?
- Who is your ideal client? I don’t mean theoretically, I mean what is his/her name and what do you need to go get them or to keep them?
- If your business relied only on referrals, what would you do differently?
This is the kind of optics you will get by attending our Medical Practice Success Summit in January. I will help you to avoid the stupid tax we all pay and you will learn from my mistakes. We will include:
- Marketing and how to distinguish that from growth.
- Getting crystal clear on not just how, but when to grow.
- Understanding how creating a spectacular culture will make your life and your business better.
I’m asking you and encouraging you to sign up now and reserve your seat.
Keep Living Every Minute. Dr. Tim