By: Mandy King
Client Support Associate
As 2019 is coming to a close, many of us are reflecting on this year and looking forward to a New Year in 2020! With that being said, I am certain you have new goals in mind.
What Made This Year Successful?
Focus on all that you have accomplished and allow that positivity to help you set your goals for this coming year. Many of us think about what we will do different, so instead of harping on the past and areas you might have failed, set your mind on what is to come and pave your path to achieving them in the new year.
Where Did You Grow This Year?
Some of you are still in orthodontic residency, some have recently graduated, and others have been practicing for a few years. Whatever stage of life you are in, evaluate how far you have come and reflect on the growth you are experiencing in your professional and personal life. Continue chasing your dreams and realize that you are growing every day.
Are You Committed to the Process?
Take a look within and ask yourself, ‘What is my plan for success? Am I fully committed to achieving the goals I have set?’ Sometimes, there are aspects of our lives that can get in the way of the goals we set for ourselves. Just take a moment and imagine the possibilities that this new year can bring and commit to making those possibilities your new reality!
This is a loaded question for some of you. What big changes are ahead in your career? Will you be completing your residency this coming year? Will you be making the decision to transition from an associate to buying a practice? Whatever it may be, take the step with confidence that great things are in store for you!
This is a perfect opportunity for me to share with all of you what is next for me. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here at Bentson Copple & Associates over the last few years but it is time for me to get back in the field as I have missed interacting with patients. I recently accepted a position as a Treatment Coordinator at an orthodontic practice in our area and I could not be more excited. I will be taking the wealth of knowledge I have gained in my time here with me and I am so grateful to have been given this opportunity to get to know so many of you. Good luck with all of your future endeavors!