Have you made practice about you? As in "my" patients or "my" girls?
They aren't yours.
These are merely people you've attracted into your life by who you have been, what you believe and what you have stood for. The need to possess and identify them as "yours," while revealing, just isn't true.
Ironically, the converse is true. If your practice isn't what it should be or could be, it's yours. You did it. You created it. By what you believe. By what you say. By what you do.
Paradox, I know.
Consider the wisdom of President Ronald Reagan who observed, "There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he doesn't mind who gets the credit."
The need to take credit is the issue here. Take it if you wish. Just remember, it's not about you. Unless you make it about you.