Hey there! I recently had a few staff issues in my clinic. I'm sure you have been there, and trust me the bigger the clinic gets, the more staff, the more staff issues you have. We will probably talk about some lessons learned either on the podcast or via email, but it reminded me of a few key lessons in business that I wanted to pass along to you.
- No one will ever care about your business nearly as much as you. There are strategies to get engagement from staff, bonus plans, etc., but in the end, no one--not your accountant, lawyer, or staff--will ever care about your business as much as you do.
- Most people are very selfish. In the end they are only looking out for themselves. Don't forget this when dealing with staff, vendors, etc. They are only looking out for THEIR best interest...not yours and not the business.
- Lone Wolf. Ultimately, being a business owner is a lonely job. I have this quote by Hugh Mcleod applied at home and work office: "The price of being a sheep is boredom. The price of being a wolf is loneliness. Choose one or the other with great care."
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