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The Problem of Habit F I ND I NG TH E COURAGE TO CHANGE
Not long ago, I realized the office had fallen into a certain kind of groove. It was like we were on autopilot, following a set of routines each day. This sounds like the peak of productivity, but when you get too comfortable with your habits, you stop paying attention to the things that matter. We needed to rebuild everything from the ground up, and to do this, we needed to open the door to change. The next time you visit the office, you’re going to see some brand-new faces. Our new office manager is Summer Stone, and Coeli (pronounced “Chay-lee”) Lawhead is our new Master of First Impressions. They both have the kind of bright, passionate personalities
that make them perfect for the medical field, and they were both looking for an avenue where they could really help people. Bringing new people onto the team is always a bit of a challenge, but things have been going great so far. This change wasn’t easy, but it was necessary, and I am very excited to have Summer and Coeli on our team. We’re able to look at everything we do and rebuild from scratch, forcing us to pay attention again and try new things.
“This change wasn’t easy, but it was necessary, and I am very excited to have Summer and Coeli on our team.”
future, and that they have to learn how to grit their teeth and bear it. Then they hear about Advanced Nerve and Laser. Maybe they saw me on TV or found my book on Amazon or read about us online. Regardless of how they found us, these patients are suddenly faced with something new. The work we do here isn’t like what you find at other medical offices. It’s new, it’s different, and that can be intimidating. For this reason, I am so proud of the patients who are brave enough take control of their health and try something new. It’s scary to take a leap of faith on something you’ve never heard of before. But sometimes the only way to save yourself is by going into the unknown. One of the most important traits we can develop is the willingness to change. If you are unhappy with something in your life, whether it’s your health, your relationships, or your career, things only get better when you change your habits. Change is never a simple thing, but if you are willing to put in the effort, you will have so much more to gain.
As my office went through this change, it got me thinking about what our patients go through when they decide to come to us for the first time. Before coming to the office, our patients spend years going to the same doctors over and over again, hearing the same news and being told to take the same medications. They’ve been conditioned to believe they have to accept their situation, that there is no brighter
–Dr. Bao Tha i
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