"The Successful Man is the One Who Finds Out What Is the Matter with His Business Before His Competitors Do." Roy L. Smith
As I talk to ever-so-many pharmacy owners, I find that most of you have a very clear vision of where you want to be, you know that you need to be doing something different, and you have tried everything you have thought of, that might work.
Unfortunately, the 'might's' are costing you money— a lot of money. They’re also creating barriers to the success you want to achieve. All while working harder and harder for a smaller and smaller paycheck.
It’s not you. It’s them.
The problem is not with how hard you work, but what and how you’re doing it. Most of these shortcomings are the result of what they did not teach you in pharmacy school.
While knowing that mitochondria is a powerhouse of the cell, and knowing how to restore and repair the mitochondria function is extremely important to your success as a pharmacist, it has no bearing on your success as a business owner, nor should it. That’s what lots of research, continuous learning, experience, careful planning, and business school is for.
The world around us is constantly changing. And if you are not
evolving or innovating with the times, there’s a pretty good chance
that you’re stagnating, or merely going backward.
Fortunately, you also have the means available to learn from others. With that being said, I’d like to share the 7 mistakes you should not be making in 2018, if you want to become more successful and grow your pharmacy exponentially.
Alas! It's not too late. They’re each correctable. Collectively, turning them around transforms your pharmacy from an underachieving one to an unstoppable one.
To learn more, sign up for my upcoming teleseminar on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 8PM EST. I will reveal two major cash elevating and profit generating strategies, and much more. However, because I will also be hosting a LIVE Q & A, and try to answer as many questions as possible, I am only accepting the first 50 who sign up, so please register before it’s too late.