Startups & Smaller Practices, Small Fish in a Big Pond – The Importance of Advisory Teams
Why did you enter the profession? If you are like most, surely it was the excitement of navigating mounds of rules and regulations, being a moonlight CFO, lawyer, marketing wizard, and all-around human Wikipedia! One hat doesn’t fit all!
Target audience: practice managers, associates who are thinking about going on their own, veterinarians, owners
Time: 50 Min.
Topic will include: **three traps that new or smaller practices often fall victim to
1. Wearing too many hats and trying to do everything yourself. To be the best you, continually learn, delegate, and regulate.
2. Cutting corners when it comes to utilizing industry advisors. You have to spend money to make money. Aunt Gertrude may be a really good lawyer, but not know squat about the veterinary space. Don’t be cheap!
3. Putting yourself and your practice last. Be an example of the type of client you want your clients to be. Don’t be Dr. Google. Don’t put yourself last. Be proactive in all things pertaining to you and your team. Commit to being your own best client!