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Quick Takes: Catch Your Walking Scripts with Dr. Brianna Rhue

Brianna Rhue, OD, FAAO, shares how she and a colleague came up with a concept for technology that could build their confidence and help recapture patients' contact lens orders in this episode with Women In Optometry editor-in-chief Marjolijn Bijlefeld.

Quick Takes: Mentoring Matters with Dr. Camille Cohen

Camille Cohen, OD, reflects on the fulfillment she finds in supporting others in the profession in this conversation with Women In Optometry editor-in-chief Marjolijn Bijlefeld.

Quick Takes: Financial Freedom with Dr. Monica Johnsonbaugh

Monica Johnsonbaugh, OD, shares the path that she took to pay off her student loan debt in half of the required time with WO editor-in-chief Marjolijn Bijlefeld.

Quick Takes: Adding An Associate with Dr. Tammy Vo

In this episode of Quick Takes, Women In Optometry editor-in-chief Marjolijn Bijlefeld chats with Tammy Vo, OD, of Look + See Vision Care in Austin, Texas, about how she found her perfect associate OD.

How Do You Stay Balanced?

It’s been so crucial to find time to refocus and refresh when office hours are over.

What Are You Worth?

While Dori Carlson, OD, FAAO, of Park River, North Dakota, has never had to negotiate for her salary as a practice owner, she said that she has negotiated the purchase price of a practice, three office buildings and three homes.

Define Your Own Success and Set Goals to Achieve It

While there isn’t one precise path to follow to achieve success, there are actions you can take to improve your leadership skills and abilities.

Culture: “That Feeling You Get When You Walk Through the Door”

Establishing a practice culture requires leadership, intentionality and continuous attention, said the four business owners in the Workplace Well-Being: Creating a Productive and Positive Culture panel.

Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk on Pay Gap Issues

Annual salary and compensation surveys show year after year that there is a gap in reported compensation between men and women in the same profession.

MIScommunication or UNDERcommunication Can Plague Practice Success

“The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
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