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Milk Your Meetings

Sarah Breymeier If you have downtown during a meeting... guess what, no more! From now on when you are not busy selling and schmoozing, you are going to utilize the time to showcase your products in a way that you can't when you're at home! When you're at a meeting [...]

Using the Enneagram to Know Your Team Strengths and Weaknesses

There are many different systems used to define personality types. Myers-Briggs, DISC, Love Languages, StrengthsFinder, Enneagram – just to name a few. At a few of the companies I’ve worked for, we’ve had consultants come in and help us figure out our types and how that impacts the way we [...]

Always Say “Yes” to a Special Event

Sarah Breymeier I am definitely a believer in "different strokes for different folks," however there is a single truth that we must all accept as podiatric vendors... WE ARE IN SALES! You probably already knew that, right? Then, I will be honest when I say I cannot accept it if [...]

New PressureOFF™ Insoles from PediFix® Advance the Standard of Care for DFUs

A 4th generation family of foot specialists since 1885, The PediFix Footcare Company is committed to advancing the standard of care for the management of diabetic foot ulcers and common plantar pathologies. The firm is introducing a new offloading insole that fits and functions in patient’s everyday footwear, with the [...]

The Exhibitors Have Spoken

Over the last several weeks, we have had several focus groups with our industry's vendors/exhibitors in our Experienced Exhibitor Mastermind. So much useful information came to the forefront that will allow us to share with meeting planners and organizers to make events more "fruitful" for all parties. MEETING PLANNERS - [...]

I just found out “Imposter Syndrome” is a real thing.

Written by Ann Dosen According to Harvard Business Review, "imposter syndrome" is loosely defined as doubting your abilities and feeling like a fraud. It disproportionately affects high-achieving people, who find it difficult to accept their accomplishments. Normally, I’m a pretty confident person. I’m laid back; I assume everything will work [...]

I’m not doing that! I’m a doctor. | Dr. Alan Bass for PowerStep

“I’m not doing that! I’m a doctor.” I have heard that phrase too often. Many physicians believe that anything other than providing medical care to their patients is not what is in the best interest of their practice. They want to provide podiatric care and then refer those patients out [...]

Facts Tell, Stories Sell

Sarah Breymeier We've all sat in lectures that make our eyelids somehow get heavier.... and heavier... and heavier. BORING. BORING LECTURES. Right? Obviously, we can't control what the speaker is presenting, but if you are a presenter - whether it be to an audience at a meeting or your patients [...]

From the Patient to the Pathologist: What Actually Happens

Kim Rhatigan, MA, HTL (ASCP), QLS, CPHQ McClain Laboratories What is histology? What is Pathology?  When patients think of doctors, they don’t think about the pathologist and the laboratory. They think of the doctor that they visit and speak to. They think of the doctor they make an appointment to see. What most patients don’t [...]

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