Most people are more comfortable with old problems than with new solutions. That is a problem. Those that can’t change their minds can’t change anything.
Having a genuine reason to transform your practice is the catalyst that will help one do so. Before you start the process, ask these to questions:
Is there something to can improve in your practice? If no, then forget it
Do you want to change your practice in anyway? If not, forget it.
If a practice does not realize there are problems and/or do not want to change them, it is really hard or even impossible to transform a practice.
Fundamentally, we must become the change we want to see. If not, then the transformation cannot begin.