Inspiring Leader

Are you an Inspiring Leader?

Sometimes life can feel a little flat and not so interesting and you may wonder why you even bother doing what you do.  Especially after a patient or client dumps all over you for something you did or didn’t do.  And to make matters worse, if you are the boss, you are supposed to be inspiring your staff to be better, more brilliant, more productive, total geniuses at dealing with your patients.

How do you pull yourself up by your own bootstraps and get your own self motivated first?  Hah, there may just be an answer…

Inspiring yourself first

Here is a simple technique I use with myself and it works for me.  I get inspired and feel happier.  Give it a try and see if it works for you too.

You need a quiet space where no one will bother you for a few minutes.  You can have a pen and paper handy if you would like to write down some notes because you will want to pass on to your staff what you think of.

Okay, here is what to think of:  Recall each patient or client you have dealt with that you made happier in some way, made smile, changed their life for the better, did something amazing for them, pulled off a miracle treatment, etc.  Keep focused only on the positives.  Write their names down so you remember them when going over these in a staff meeting.

If you do this exercise correctly, you will feel like a million bucks again and very proud of what you do and will feel like doing more of it.

Then pass this inspiration on to your team and get them inspired too!

This is the end result of working with each of our clients:

“Inspired and highly successful clients who have now achieved the freedom to work and live the life they have always wanted to.”

Read some of the 140 testimonials of clients we have inspired on our website – these inspire my team and warm our hearts! (www.amican.com/testimonials/)

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