Dentistry is Hard Enough Without Always Getting in Your Own Way
You’ve worked hard and long to get where you are today.
You really care about your work, about your business and the quality of your life.
You’ve done all the right things.
You’ve advanced your clinical skills. You’ve hired practice management consultants and team trainers. You’ve upgraded your facility and your technology.
But something is missing.
No matter how hard you work or how much you spend, you feel like a boxer who is constantly getting knocked to the mat.
I know this because I’ve lived it. I also know that if you don’t figure this out, the future can get pretty ugly. At least that's how it worked out for me.
Maybe You're Playing the Wrong Game
Hey there, I’m Curt Eastin. Until a medical condition took me out of practice in 2012, I was right there in the trenches with you. Since then, I’ve had a lot of time to read, reflect and think about why dental practice is so bloody hard.
It took a while, but it finally came to me. All of us dentists focus way too much on the outer stuff and not nearly enough on the inner.
We all think our problems in practice can be solved by learning or doing something new.
Deep down, I think you know that's not true. If knowledge and skill were all it took to be successful, you'd already be thriving in your personal and professional life.
We Play Differently Around Here
I work with dental professionals who are grinding it out - working really hard on their business and in their business. They've tried everything they know to do, but dentistry is still too damn hard. They're stressed out, their personal life is suffering and they're feeling kind of empty inside - like their living someone else's life.
Our work together will help you put your attention where it really needs to be - on your Inner Game. Once you understand the nature of the human operating system, everything changes. You'll become far less dependent on "expert" advice about how to run your business. Instead, you'll begin tapping into your innate wisdom, creativity and insight to come up with unique, and often surprising, solutions to problems. You'll start feeling like you're living your life instead of a cut and paste version of someone else's life.
The most fascinating thing about the Inner Game is that it literally affects every aspect of your life. Without much fanfare, your life will simply start working better with much less effort.
It's incredibly fulfilling work. I absolutely love it. When I was in practice, it would have been a game changer if I'd known the impact my state of mind was having on my daily life. That's why I'm so committed to sharing this with the dental profession.
If any of this sounds at all interesting and you’d like to know a bit more about what I do and how I do it, I’d be happy to set up a complementary session. We could spend an hour or so talking about what you want for your life and your business and where you might feel stuck - and see if we can come up with some ways you can move forward.
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