Tips to manage your time and energy
September 22, 2022Take a minute to look at your daily list of things to do. Are you overwhelmed? Feel like there is not enough time in the day to get everything done? If you are constantly tired and feeling like you need a break, then maybe it is time to look at how you are managing your time and energy.
Why you should increase lab compliance
September 22, 2022Every day, we see pets come and go from our practices. Every day, we have the opportunity to be proactive as opposed to reactive when it comes to their health. One of the greatest gifts we can offer our clients and their pets is the early detection of diseases that have the potential to be managed for many years.
How to dodge cancel culture with an effective digital presence
September 21, 2022The digital footprint we leave online leaves lasting effects. Our digital footprints follow us, and with consideration, we can use this valuable social proofing tool to successfully share your practice’s values and services with the world. There are a few pitfalls to be mindful of when having a business online digital social presence, as well as a personal one.
Why you should pre-plan your practice exit
August 9, 2022Let’s start by talking about exit planning. When you think about this term, what does it represent to you? Many will perceive it means they are ready to sell tomorrow, but it is not absolutely true. Whenever you consider starting a business, and no matter the phase of business you are in, an exit plan is vital to your future success. Practice owners are waiting until they are tapped out, exhausted, and ready to get out as quickly as possible. This creates a tremendous amount of stress on what they receive for the sale of their practices and the likelihood of selling to another veterinarian is low.
Not all feedback is created equal
August 3, 2022Have you ever given feedback to someone and it went completely wrong? Did they scream and yell at you, or did they take it and grow from it? Giving feedback can be difficult or rewarding to the receiver, so you will always want to make sure it is impactful!