The ONE Way To Make 2015 Better Than This Year



The last day of 2014. The last day it will EVER be the year 2014, for the rest of history. Some of you are probably thinking “Thank God! It was an awful year! I am so ready for it to be over…” Others of you had a fantastic 2014, and are getting geared up to have an even better 2015!

Whatever your story is, 2015 is a chance for you to do what you DIDN’T do in 2014. Unless you are a billionaire, the happiest person alive, and have a team that is literally flawless (in which case, call me! I’d love to meet you and learn your secret!)  then you have room for improvement in 2015. We all have room to grow.

Do you know what WON’T help you grow? Do you know the one sure-fire way to prevent yourself from succeeding in 2015? Here it is. Stay in your comfort zone. Just stay there! Don’t do anything different. Don’t do anything that makes you nervous. DEFINITELY don’t think outside the box.

Voila! Follow that tip and you will have the most incredibly lack-luster and unimpressive 2015 imaginable.

But, if you want something different this year… If you are ready to experience all that life has to offer, my one and only piece of advice is to get the hell out of your comfort zone, and never go back. Try something you haven’t tried before. Maybe it is hiring an associate. Signing up for a training and seeing if we can live up to our New Patient % increase guarantee (I promise you, we can!) Buying that new building you’ve been eyeing for years. Joining a coaching program or FINALLY sorting out your finances.

So, what is it? How are you going to get out of your comfort zone in 2015? I can tell you one thing… If you don’t make the decision to make 2015 different RIGHT NOW, this time next year, you will be in the Exact. Same. Place.

Write it down on a piece of paper. Hang it up somewhere you can see it everyday. Commit to it. Hopefully we can help you get there. Call 866-917-2808 to talk to my team about what you need to make 2015 different than every other year.

There! Not too painful, right? It’s actually really exciting when you think about it!

Until next time,


Jay Geier

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