VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jun 1, 2013 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Jun 1, 2013
Cover Story
5 bad habits of highly unsuccessful people
By Ernest Ward Jr., DVM
Avoid these habits to help you reach your potential in veterinary practice.
Checking in
Veterinarians: Build a better you
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
Books, finances and bad habits to conquer.
Practice Management Q & A
Beating the recession blues
Karen Felsted offers advice for veterinary practices struggling with decreasing revenue and increasing costs.
Hiring a manager for your veterinary practice
Fritz Wood explains the right time to hire your first practice manager.
Practice with Heart
Call me, veterinary clients!
By Marty Becker, DVM
Build trust with pet owners by giving them your mobile phone number.
Practice Tips
Etiquette for the differently abled
By Bob Levoy
Is your veterinary team ready when a vision-impaired or hard-of-hearing client comes in for the first time?
What If ...
Veterinary clients don't come back for rechecks?
By Karen E. Felsted, DVM, CPA, CVPM, MS , Jessica Goodman Lee, CVPM
Medical progress exams ensure pets get better care and increase profits.
Get Social
Posts and tweets about annual exams
Use your social media network to stress the importance of yearly check-ups to veterinary clients.
Click & Copy
Promote dental wellness in pets
If your veterinary practice is falling behind in the number of dental procedures, it's time for change—both in the services you provide and how you're recommending them.
Personal Finance
Secrets to retiring securely—for every stage in your veterinary career
By Ashley Barforoush, Associate Content Specialist
Whether you're a young pup or a wise old dog, here's how to make sure you're on the path to a successful future.
Personal Growth
24 books to change your life
By Tom McFerson, CPA, ABV
This list will keep you entertained—and maybe make you a better veterinarian.
Hot Button
Your profession is not your sole purpose
By W. Bradford Swift, DVM
Veterinary medicine alone doesn't define you as a person—and it's up to you to discover what else makes your time on earth unique.

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