When Visions are non-existent, stagnant or complete…
When working with a client their vision is either non-existent, stagnant or complete.
Non-existent – These business owners have been doing what they do for a great deal of time and things have been ticking along nicely but things have become inconsistent and the inconsistency is affecting their work / life balance. They usually have a long standing team but everyone is yearning for a bit more – this always links to motivation and job satisfaction. Job satisfaction for the dentist is doing the dentistry that they enjoy and for the team it’s always about patient care.
Stagnant Visions – these are the ones where the big picture just didn’t happen. There are always many reasons for this and these clients always excite me as it is easy to re-gain the passion for the big picture but this time they have some one to help them get there!
Complete Visions – These people have been working hard on their big picture and made it happen but now they do not know where to go, and do not want to become stagnant. They know they need to keep moving forward but are unsure of their vision and are either about to be or are already in back in the non-existent vision stage.
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