|About the Book|
At forty-one, Dr. Ron Arndt had built a successful dental practice, while enjoying the blessings of a good marriage and family life. Even so, he knew it came at a cost. He was dancing as fast as he could, trying to please his patients, his family,MoreAt forty-one, Dr. Ron Arndt had built a successful dental practice, while enjoying the blessings of a good marriage and family life. Even so, he knew it came at a cost. He was dancing as fast as he could, trying to please his patients, his family, his banker, his own inner voice that drove him to work-work-work.Then came a heart attack that nearly killed him. Frightening, yes, but Dr. Ron now views it as a gift. For when he opened that box, he discovered a fresh opportunity to reorder his priorities and do it right this time—not just to live, but to live well.In Killing the Practice Before it Kills You: How Throwing Out My Business Model Saved My Life, Dr. Ron reveals his extraordinary journey of reinvention and offers valuable lessons that apply not just for him, but for you. How to understand and develop your core values, seal them, and restructure your work and home life around them. How to make major, difficult decisions that will affect employees, your spouse, and children. How to stay on task and not relapse into the same old routines. You will discover how this Master Certified Coach learned from his own mistakes and developed ideas he uses as he supports dentists and professionals who want to control their business rather than have the business control them. The result is they think, act, and behave like an ethical CEO where they lead more and manage less while making more money in less time.After living by these principals for more than twenty years, Dr. Ron shares them with you. Are you fed up with working, not for yourself, but for everyone else? Are you ready to discard old habits and unrealized goals? Are you prepared to stop thinking about making change, and actually make change?In these pages, you’ll discover how playing your “game” to your strengths can make you more satisfied and complete.