How Do You Know the Cost of Your Veterinary Service?

This is the question we addressed in the June 2015 issue of Trends Magazine, published by the American Animal Hospital Association. In the article we answered four questions: Do you know the cost of the pet ownership, including the long-term cost … Continue reading

Positive People Experiences

Positive People Experiences was featured in the La Jolla Village News column, “Doing it Better,” by Natasha Josefowitz, Ph.D.,March 27, 2015, page 19, click to read online. Natasha wrote, “Although it is written as a communication tool for clients and … Continue reading

Five Steps To Attracting and Maintaining Customers – Efficiently

Five Steps To Attracting and Maintaining Customers – Efficiently Customers are your bread and butter. The more customers or clients you see, and the more items or services they purchase, the better your bottom line. But, if you’re trying to increase … Continue reading

Five Things to Do To Build A Staff That Works Efficiently

  Recruit and hire the right people. Jim Collins in his book, Good to Great, advised business owners to “get the right people on the bus.”  That includes taking time to think about what you need and how to find … Continue reading

When in Conflict – Choose Mediation Over Litigation

When in Conflict – Choose Mediation Over Litigation The Better Business Bureau has a mediation program.  Carolyn participated in it some years ago. It’s a wonderful service in that it enables those locked in conflict to avoid the cost and … Continue reading

Empathy in the Workplace?

What do you think about empathy in the workplace?  Does it have a place there? After all, you’re not a psychotherapist.  Another question: Is showing empathy in the workplace toward customers an unintended invitation to get too personal or “too … Continue reading