I was a recent denturist graduate in 2010 full of ambition and promise in a craft I was particularly still new at. I soon found myself working in a vibrant and busy practice in Central Alberta and began to think to myself, “What does it take to become a successful denturist?” I learned, through the teachings of my mentor/associate, that it’s not so much about having the million dollar hands but rather the ability to promote the vision of your practice and yourself. He was also quick to point out that he learned this philosophy among a variety of others through the practices of the Art of Management.
Not too long after this, I found myself operating my own Denturist practice with no sense of direction. I knew it wouldn’t be too long before this lack of direction would turn into my eventual failure. Thanks to Janice, Bob and the rest of the staff at the Art of Management, we were able to build the structure necessary to become successful.
I have now been working with AMI for more than 2 years and have seen an immediate change in the full spectrum of my practice. I am able to hire great staff that love working together, I work less hours allowing me to spend valuable time with my family, and I have been able to build a warm and inviting environment for my community. Today I feel like the professional I wanted to become and can feel proud of my accomplishments. The greatest asset that AMI has provided me is the fact that my successes have no limitations and the future can always hold more with the right plan.