Do you see what your patients see?

 Recently, I attended some marvelous CE hours presented by Tim Fortner from Transitions. I left inspired, hopeful, ready to re-invent myself, our store, the coaching and consulting I present. And, once again, it is the Baby Boomers that shape the future of inspired opticians. The last Boomers turn 50 this year and with them comes a demand for quality, knowledge and a new way of partnership. They want a knowledgeable, modern optician help them take care of their vision and their looks for years to come. Are we opticians ready for that?  I think "yes", and we have a lot of work to do. It is our leadership and our education that is straggling behind. A successful future requires strategic planning in the present.  Let's start with coming in through our own front door. Really! Enter the way your patients do and see your store with their eyes. Is this really the image you want to present?  I took a picture from our own front door. There are things I would like to change. What do you see?    SELECT   to learn more about Maggie Sayers (Florida).   VIEW   Maggie's entire blog.

Recently, I attended some marvelous CE hours presented by Tim Fortner from Transitions. I left inspired, hopeful, ready to re-invent myself, our store, the coaching and consulting I present. And, once again, it is the Baby Boomers that shape the future of inspired opticians. The last Boomers turn 50 this year and with them comes a demand for quality, knowledge and a new way of partnership. They want a knowledgeable, modern optician help them take care of their vision and their looks for years to come. Are we opticians ready for that?

I think "yes", and we have a lot of work to do. It is our leadership and our education that is straggling behind. A successful future requires strategic planning in the present.

Let's start with coming in through our own front door. Really! Enter the way your patients do and see your store with their eyes. Is this really the image you want to present?

I took a picture from our own front door. There are things I would like to change. What do you see?

SELECT to learn more about Maggie Sayers (Florida).
VIEW Maggie's entire blog.