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Dr. Lauretta Justin: What to Look for in Team Members

Lauretta Justin, OD, of Millennium Eye Center in Orlando, Florida, talks about the advantage of a four-hour final work interview. It's one of the elements of pulling together a team that can do magic for a practice.

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Dr. Lauretta Justin: Success Leaves Clues

Lauretta Justin, OD, of Orlando, Florida, talks about the lessons learned in opening a practice and the importance of developing a mission plan.

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Dr. Lauretta Justin: Building Ramps – Strategies for Working With Special Needs Kids

Lauretta Justin, OD, of Orlando, Florida, shares strategies for working with children with special needs, many of them gleaned from her own experience navigating doctors' visits and other events with her own sons.

5 Tips to Maximize Your Earnings as an Associate OD

By Lauretta Justin, OD—Five years ago, I had an employee who was good at his job.

The Power of Focus

By Lauretta Justin, OD—A common mistake that many practice owners make is trying to be good at everything.

Core Values: The Secret to Work-Life Balance

By Lauretta Justin, OD—Is your life out of balance? Do you often feel overwhelmed, exhausted and stuck?

New Year, New Mindset

By Lauretta Justin, OD—What if you could break the chain of limiting thoughts about who you are and all you could be?

Give Your Patient Base What It Needs

Lauretta Justin, OD, of Orlando, Florida, and her husband had to make difficult changes when two of her sons were diagnosed on the autism spectrum. It also changed her approach to special needs care in the office.

Simple Accommodations That Help Special Needs Families

In a recent Women In Optometry WO Voices podcast, Lauretta Justin, OD, of Orlando, Florida, talked about the difficult changes she and her husband had to make when two of her sons were diagnosed on the autism spectrum.

How to Manage Difficult Patients

By Lauretta Justin, OD—Patients are the lifeblood of our practices. However, difficult patients can leave you and your staff angry, empty and frustrated.

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