Not having an inspired team is the #1 reason and anchor preventing growth. Many teams are task driven, not inspired. They act like they have a job, not a purpose. Even if your team loves your purpose, task driven teams make mistakes. You may feel the frustration of having to continually pour energy into repetitive training, continual effort to keep them excited about the purpose and mission of your practice and exceptionally motivated every day. They may love what you do for patients, yet they may not be continually referring, therefore pressure for growth is on you.
Without an inspired team you will not reach your vision for your practice. Inspired teams are focused on contributing to growth; they accept responsibility for their position and don’t make mistakes. They don’t require repetitive training. They have unity with their team, are uplifting and always inspired to the purpose of your practice. They live the lifestyle you teach because they value their own health at its highest, therefore they are an example to patients. Take the brakes off your practice and have your systems create an inspired team.