3 questions every optometrist should ask an attorney before hiring one
A dependable and trustworthy attorney is an integral part of your optometry business team. An attorney can negotiate the best deal in an employment contract, navigate the process of purchasing a practice, or give legal advice when questions arise. Optometrists are not all created equal, and neither are attorneys. Make sure … Continue reading
‘You’re fired!’ 4 warning signs that a optometry staff member is toxic
The body is programmed genetically to identify toxicities that need to be flushed from the body. If your body stores up too many toxic particles the results can be harmful–if not deadly. In leading an optometry office you must be able to identify toxic members of the team and flush … Continue reading
7 tips to keep your optometrist’s CV (curriculum vitae) out of an employer’s recycle bin
Job offers do not always come to the most advanced or best qualified optometrists. Many times they go to the one who gives the best first impression. Before employers will invite you through the front door for an interview, you need to catch their attention with a winning curriculum vitae. … Continue reading
Three steps to make an optometry practice net more than 40 percent
How do you measure success in your optometry practice? For many it is the satisfaction of meeting the visual and ocular health needs of their patients. For others it is the paycheck that comes at the end of the month. For the businessman or businesswoman in all of us it … Continue reading
Optometrists Keeping Pace with Social Media Changes
Majority of the posts at OptometryCEO are original posts by myself. It is content that is driven by my experiences co-leading a growing optometry practice. There are many companies and individuals that request to guest post for OptometryCEO. Occasionally, I run into content that is extremely valuable that I must … Continue reading
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