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, you must learn what to keep and what to let go of. You must understand why it is important to let go of what doesn’t serve you. Throughout life, we experience situations that leave a lasting mark. We accumulate items that bring us joy or serve a particular service. There comes a time when you reach a fork in the road toward your personal growth. You can take one lane, and everything stays the same. You have the same job, friends, and routines. The other path takes you on a new adventure with possible new friends, a business venture, and other opportunities. However, it comes at a price: You must let go of things that no longer serve you.
You may understand what that means, but do you know why it is vital to your growth and well-being? Choosing what to let go of looks different for each of us. It may mean letting go of junk and clutter, a horrible job situation, or a previously valued relationship. Each case has different levels of difficulty.
The benefits of letting go far outweigh that difficulty:
1. You regain emotional energy. If one of the things you need to let go of is a grudge, then you know the amount of energy you have to spend in anger and hurt. But to what end? You may have inadvertently pushed away friends and family while living in your pain. Stop the energy drainage by forgiving the culprit and moving on to better things.
2. You regain your identity. A painful relationship may leave you questioning who you are. Letting toxic relationships go allows you to rediscover who you are and to dream about what you’d like to do with your future.
3. You open the opportunity for change. Keeping yourself tied to the same job because of fear prevents you from welcoming opportunities to get that new career or start a business or practice. Let go of the fear and embrace the possibilities.
4. You rediscover your joy. When you dread going to your job or going out to dinner with your critical in-laws, you have lost your happiness. It may be time to relook at your career choices or find ways to limit contact with your extended family.
5. You regain focus. In our distracted society, the day-to-day stuff in our lives burdens us all. Smartphones and social media have a way of keeping us from focusing on what matters. Regain your focus by putting the phone down and letting go of the need to be constantly scrolling through social media.
Moving forward to reach your goals requires letting go. It’s vital to your success and well-being. So why not start today?
When you learn to let go of what is not good for you, you increase your self-trust. Check out our blog post here for more tips to increase trust in yourself.
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. Please go to businessofrehab.com/contractnegotiations to pick up the free guide to help you negotiate the contract of your dreams.
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