I don't know if you're a fan of Tom Brady, but I gotta tell you a couple stories about this guy. Okay? One time he was invited to a celebrity golf tournament. The day before the tournament started, actually, it was raining super hard. Charles Barkley was there. If you don't know who Charles Barkley is, he was a basketball player, pretty funny NBA analyst right now. So it was raining like crazy and Charles Barkley pulls up, and Tom Brady is out, only the way Charles Barkley could actually do it, says, "What in the beep are you doing out here right now?" And Tom Brady came back and said, "I'm trying to win a Super Bowl." Okay. That's what he said. Tom Brady went out and practiced and practiced, and practiced, and practiced.
But we recently had a closing collective webinar with some of our top producers, and it was so interesting when the topic of practice came up. Every single one of those top producers set aside a time every week to practice and role play. This is what top performers do. They practice, and they role play, and they understand that you must train and train and practice. Isn't it so interesting that that's exactly what the top performers do in the dental implant space too? If you are not setting aside time to train and practice, it's very likely that you will not become a top performer. Set aside that time. Let's get going and let's go and win our championships. Let's go and get our sales. Let's go and change our lives with the miracle of dental implants.