“But what if I fail?”

by Larry Emmott on January 12, 2014

in Management

sethGMore wisdom from Seth Godin:

You will.

The answer to the what if question is, you will.

A better question might be, “after I fail, what then?”

Well, if you’ve chosen well, after you fail you will be one step closer to succeeding, you will be wiser and stronger and you almost certainly will be more respected by all of those that are afraid to try.

via Seth’s Blog.

Good advice for dentists looking to grow the practice with new ideas and programs. Especially good for dentists thinking about new technology. Yes, you may fail but you will still be closer to your goal.

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