I am 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, it’s important to make sure that you are content in your practice. What does it mean to be content? People have told you at some point in your life that you need to have more contentment. But what does this mean exactly? Unsurprisingly, being content is something that will look different for every individual. There are a few similar attributes that content people share though:
Contentment is being grateful.
When you have contentment, you’re grateful for all the things you have in life. And this doesn’t just mean physical possessions. It also means being content with the people you have in life and less tangible things like your abilities and skills. If you struggle with being grateful for the things you have, it may help if you make a list of all that you’re grateful for in life. It would be best if you did this regularly. This way, you’ll have a visual of all the amazing aspects of your life, and it will help keep these things at the forefront of your mind.
Contentment is living in the moment.
Living a life filled with contentment means you spend your time living in the moment rather than dwelling in the past. When you find yourself thinking too much about the past, it’s time to try to let these regrets go. So, when you find yourself surrounded by friends at an event, instead of looking in your phone at social media and other things that happened in the past, you need to put your phone down and resolve to enjoy the moment and whatever may come your way.
Being content is being happy.
More than anything else being content in life means you’re happy with things just like they are. Contentment means you don’t need to worry about physical possessions, because you know that you have everything you need to be successful and happy. If acquiring physical possessions is something you frequently do, the next time you find yourself wanting to buy something, ask yourself if you need it or if you want it. Chances are you probably don’t need whatever it is you’re about to buy.
In conclusion, contentment means many different things to people. But in general, being content means that you’re grateful for what you have, that you live in the moment, and that you’re overall happy with the way your life is going. The road to achieving contentment will not always be easy, but you can guarantee you’ll be happy when you get there.
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