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Leadership Strategies
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5 bad habits of highly unsuccessful people

June 1, 2013

Avoid these habits to help you reach your potential in veterinary practice.

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Fit to Practice: Lower your heart rate, live longer

May 7, 2013

Can you achieve optimal well-being in your veterinary practice and personal life simply by taking better care of your ticker?

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Three reasons veterinarians are not doomed

May 7, 2013

Want to fix what's wrong with veterinary medicine? First, remember what's right.

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Be vigilant with controlled veterinary drugs

May 1, 2013

Substance abuse can easily run rampant in a veterinary clinic environment. Make sure you—and your practice—are protected.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

A change is gonna come

May 1, 2013

You know you should make some changes in veterinary practice. We'll show you how.

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You manage things; you lead people

May 1, 2013

Understanding the difference between the action of management and the art of leadership is crucial to a successful veterinary practice.

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Tattling to the tax man

May 1, 2013

What do you do when you find out a fellow veterinarian is cheating the government?

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Fit to practice: Happiness not guaranteed

April 19, 2013

You've got to shut out the negative and harness your own happiness in life—and in veterinary practice.

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How can I find time for veterinary strategic planning?

April 16, 2013

An expert's perspective on the value of big picture strategy.

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