I tell my seminar audiences that one of the most important things they need to do to create a better work environment is increase their enthusiasm by 20%. I know this sounds like something you might read on a motivational poster, but until you’ve tried it, don’t knock it.
Simply deciding to raise enthusiasm will make a difference in day-to-day performance. You and your team will be happier and interact better, but most importantly, patients will perceive a higher energy. Energy creates trust, which, ultimately, increases case acceptance.
Give it a try for a week or two and see what happens. You’ll be surprised at the results you get.
Still not on board? Think about it this way… raising your enthusiasm is free––it’s something you can do to immediately improve your practice that doesn’t cost you a dime.
For more on a related subject, view Dr. Levin’s free video “How to Impress the New Patient.”