Dr. Jay Greenstein was inspired this week when he watched a video of a young University of Michigan track athlete come from behind and win her race. Sending this video out as part of his Monday Morning Mojo email as a way of inspiring his team was a key element in starting the week off the right way. We are hoping it will do the same for you in this week’s Two Minute Drill.
When you find inspirational stories make sure you share them with your team, discuss the inputs required to come from behind, and what can each of you can do this week to make a difference. We challenge you this week to ultimately win the race
Determine the inputs to win the race
Act on the inspiration
Make sure you watch to the very end to see the video that inspired us this week.
Dr. Jay Greenstein, CEO of Kaizenovate, and Brad Cost, CEO of Infinedi, have teamed up to launch a brand new podcast series, TechTalk. Over the past few years, both Dr. Jay and Brad have talked across the country about technology and healthcare. Now, they are bringing that conversation to a podcast. This podcast series will feature guests from all areas of healthcare. Every week they will cover a different topic of healthcare, technology and issues of the day. The podcast will be filled with lots of laughs and can be found on all of your regular podcast channels.
Check out the episodes already available, featuring these amazing guests:
Ms. Deb Brown and Ms. Jenn Porro of the Florida Chiropractic Association
Dr. Michael Bagnell from Bagnell Brain Center in Miami, Florida
Ms. Sheri Ryan, COO of the Alaska Chiropractic Association
Dr. Cindy Howard from Innovation Health & Wellness Center
Two Minute Drill: Are you thinking ahead? Be prepared
As some of you know, Dr. Jay Greenstein lives in the heart of DC. Unfortunately, last week there was a lack of preparation but it looks like leaders are not making those same mistakes this week. This week there are lots of armored vehicles and barriers to get to the Capitol. This has us thinking a lot about preparation. What are we as leaders preparing for in our own practices?
Are you thinking ahead?
We challenge you to sit down with your team and do a quick SWOT analysis about where you are with your practice. Being able to identify what your strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats look like so you can be more prepared is important. We are living in really challenging times, so the more prepared we are for what comes our way the next days, weeks, and months and near future is important for our lives and our practices.