Paying your student loan off faster requires 3 easy steps
Graduating optometrists have two main questions: Where am I going to practice? and How will I pay back my student loan? Although loan amounts can be staggering, there is no need to fear. Many optometrists have paid off their debt and are reaping the rewards of having additional money in … Continue reading
3 first steps to taking the FEAR out of purchasing your first practice
Nightmares become even scarier when you realize you are paralyzed by fear and can’t run away from danger. Unfortunately, fear paralysis can also sidetrack your career if you are unable to make sound decisions while facing risks and the unknown. As a new graduate who carries $125,000 or more in … Continue reading
3 things you can do now to make yourself more attractive to optometrist employers.
It’s been 3 days and you haven’t had a wink of sleep. Your feet hurt from pacing the halls of your apartment and one more meal of spaghetti will trigger the gag reflex. How could this be? Just two weeks ago you accepted your diploma and thanked all your professors … Continue reading
5 techniques in making your telephone recalls successful
Texting patients to remind them of upcoming appointments is the latest craze. While texting can be a successful way to communicate with patients, it still remains a distant second to an old-school phone call. If your office uses the phone to remind patients of their upcoming appointments, whether pre-appointed or … Continue reading
5 roads to partnership failure
Think about the last time you stopped your car to ask for directions. If you own a Smart Phone, you probably haven’t done this recently because of the phone’s ability to also function as a GPS. However, if your phone uses Apple’s maps, you might have had to ask for … Continue reading
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