I’m Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits.
When building a profitable practice, dreaming big is non-negotiable. We hear it all the time. It’s plastered on the back of every elementary school bathroom, and that’s what your mom tells you when you’re unsure of your future: Dream big! In theory, dreaming big sounds great, but it’s easier said than done. That being said, without big dreams, you’ll never reach your full potential. We have to dream big to achieve our goals in life. That’s ‘dreaming big’ in a nutshell.
Let’s delve deeper with these five reasons why it’s so important:
1. Positivity builds momentum. Many inspirational speakers have rephrased the Buddhist statement, “The mind is everything.” What you think, you become. When we dream big, we activate our brains to begin to notice the opportunities and possibilities we hadn’t seen before. As we continue seeing this support of our big dreams, the positivity we expressed brings even more connections and prospects into our reality. Our continued belief in our dreams creates momentum that builds exponentially.
2. Your focus shifts. As mentioned above, when you’re focused on the plans and tasks that will lead you to reach your dreams, you begin to notice new ways of doing things. When your focus is on finding solutions, that’s what you’ll find. On the other hand, dreamers who keep their minds engaged with all the things that could go wrong will experience difficulties and challenges. Eventually they’ll give up. What we focus on grows. When you are dedicated to making your dream a reality, you focus on the victories and learning experiences which brings you more of the same blessings.
3. Resilience after failure. Failure is inevitable. No matter how much we plan or how hard we try, it’s not something we look forward to. But when we fail as we’re dreaming big and aiming high, that’s falling forward. It will hurt for a second, but you’ll get back up feeling ten times stronger, more resilient, and with more knowledge than you had before. We begin to realize the only real failure is not trying at all.
4. Time management becomes important. You may not think of superior time management skills when you think dreamer, but those who are serious about making their best life their reality, make sure to use their time wisely. They understand that time is our biggest asset, and if they want to make things happen, they need to use that asset to their advantage.
5. Confidence blossoms. Before you embark on this journey, you may have the thought it was impossible. Words like can’t and impossible were regulars in your vocabulary, but when you start shooting for the stars and seeing the results, your confidence will improve in all aspects of your life.
Dreaming big isn’t just beneficial to your career. It’s also essential to your mental and physical health, as well as your relationships and overall happiness in life. Do you feel doomed to the misery that those before you experienced, are you dreaming big enough to create a new reality for yourself?
I am Dr. Hassan, Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own independent practice so that they can achieve financial independence and live without limits. Please go to businessofrehab.com/guide to pick up the free guide to help you determine the best business entity for your new practice.
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