It seems that the focus of a successful business in the field of Naturopathic Medicine focuses on avoiding failure. Maybe that is why 50% of NDs are not finding success.  They cannot find success because all they have been taught or told through different "business" classes is that it is hard to be successful, it is challenging, be glad you are in school, it is way more stressful once you graduate, and it is all about understanding why businesses fail rather than talk about the ones that succeed.  It is not that I do not want to learn from someone else's mistakes, but really I want to learn to be like those that are exceeding all expectations, which are close to non in this field.

Just as we seek to remove the obstacles to cure for each of our patients, we must also work to remove all obstacles to success in our businesses, and part of removing such obstacles includes painting a picture of success in our minds before even getting started.

Posted on 11/8/2010 12:00 AM
Tags: business | success
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