Don't Be The Bossy Seagull (Instead, be the focused podiatrist)

Have you ever fed chips to seagulls at the beach and noticed there's always that one loud, Bossy Seagull that spends more time chasing the other seagulls away from the chip that he rarely gets the chip himself?

Learn from this and don't be the bossy seagull, instead be the focused podiatrist.

Don't focus on what the other podiatrists in your area are doing, just focus on what you have to do. Stay focused on the goal...stay focused on the chip.

When I owned my podiatry business in Cairns, there was one podiatrist that spent so much time focusing on what my business was doing instead of focusing on their own podiatry business.

In the end, I flourished, and he floundered.

If you have any questions after listening to this episode, please send me an email at email/tf)(tysonfranklin.com 

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If you want to own and operate a Thriving Podiatry Business, there are four vital pieces to the business puzzle.  

  • Marketing - You need a well thought out marketing strategy, not just more tactics. 
  • Systems - You need systems that will support your marketing strategy and your team.
  • Team - You need to develop a team culture that makes your work-life balance easier, not harder. 
  • Diary - Your diary needs to be structured in a way that maximises patient numbers and increases daily profits. 

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