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“How to Be an A-Performer”


Lesson #1: “Grit”
The first part of this lesson describes the benefits of being an A-Performer. It includes a test you can take to see what type of performer you currently are. At the end of the “How to Be an A-Performer” course, you will take the test again to see your improvements.

As an A-Performer, you need a lot of Grit. So the second part of this lesson trains you on the seven steps it takes to have more grit. The lesson includes a video and a personalized Action Plan you can use to immediately improve your ability to have more courage, perform difficult tasks with less effort and reach your personal and professional goals.


Lesson #2: “Gratitude”

Lesson #2 explains how you can use gratitude or thankfulness to lower your stress, improve your relationships and make you happier. The course’s exercises demonstrates how you can use gratitude in seven ways. Once you master this tool, you can use it to help you get through all difficult periods of your life.

At the end of this short, easy lesson, you will have a five-step Action Plan you can use to significantly improve your mood. When you are cheerful or enthusiastic, you are more successful. All A-Performers do their best when they have less stress and more happiness.


Lesson #3: “How to Ask Patients to Refer Their Family Members and Friends”

As an A-Performer, one of the most important skills you can have is the ability to generate new patients. Once you learn how, and then bring in a few new patients each month, your value to the practice goes out the roof!

In this lesson, you will be learning five ways to get patients to refer their family members and friends to the practice. Once you know how to do all five, you use the method that is most appropriate for the patient.

Lesson #3 includes eight short tutorial videos. To help you implement the steps covered in the videos, you can download the transcript here.

This lesson is divided into six parts. After you complete Part One, you go use what you have learned with patients. Once you do this, you return and do Part Two. Then Part Three and so on.

Part One: Introduction and Fishing for a Compliment

Part Two: Just Ask

Part Three: “We’re Expanding”

Part Four: Take an Interest in Patients’ Family Members and Friends

Part Five: Compliment the Patient

Part Six: “How can I Ever Thank You” and Lesson Completion