Why All Corporate ODs Should Moonlight

Moonlighting can be a great way to jump start your career. It is more than the obvious income boost. Learn how to be a “moonpreneur”. Learn why you don’t need to put all your eggs in one basket and how it open doors that you that you couldn’t have imagined existed!  Optometry is a great profession.…

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Mistakes That Make Optometrists Leave Corporate Optometry.

When you have a good partnership going, it is always important to keep in mind ways to retain that relationship. It’s often easy to make mistakes that can cause a Corporate OD to leave. Here are some of the most common mistakes made: 1. Accomplishments are not recognized. Accomplishments are many times associated with optical…

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Are You Being Held Back in Corporate Optometry?

Sometimes you’re being held back from success and you don’t recognize the signs. It could be something as simple as your ideas not being taken seriously within the practice, but it can have a real impact on the way you develop professionally. Read the following and find out if you’re being held back: 1. Ideas.…

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5 Mindsets to Leave Behind in Corporate Optometry

  We all have certain mindsets that are difficult to leave behind. Often, they go by unnoticed and we don’t have anyone there to tell us that we are making an error by thinking this way. Here are five different mindsets that we should leave behind if we are looking to continue being successful throughout…

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Five Traits to a Successful Corporate OD

Corporate opticals are a turn key business but an optometrist needs  have the entrepreneurial spirit to make it successful as well. 50% of the optical business is generated from the OD. Being accountable for your corporate practice is vital for the success of that practice.  These are the five traits of a successful Corporate OD. 1.…

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Five Steps to Deliver Difficult News to Patients

Everyone thinks that all doctors are born with the innate ability to deliver difficult news. We all know that this is not the case. There is no special training that doctors go through for scenarios in which they need to break bad news to a patient. Delivering this type of news takes preparation and practice.…

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