12 ways to succeed as a poultry veterinarian Part 3

DR. JOSEPH DEJI-FOLUTILE

12 ways to succeed as a poultry veterinarian Part 3

 

  1. BE MONEY SMART

 

This is critical area for the veterinarian. I will not advise that you should place getting money above giving value but it is very important to be money smart. Don’t allow clients to treat you cheaply. Give quality service always and charge for it. Don’t worry, you will attract your own kind of ideal clients. Never treat yourself cheaply in front of any poultry farmer. Do not forget however that the royal road to clients’ pockets is quality service.

 

  1. BE RESILIENT

 

You must be a never say die person to succeed in any vet practice. Keep pressing on no matter what. You will make many mistakes. Don’t beat yourself up because of this. Just dust off yourself and get moving whenever you seem to fail. The only failure is in not trying. Every business person that wants to succeed must be persistent and rugged.

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  1. BE POSSIBILITY MINDED

 

To really help yourself, stop believing in impossibility. Keep cultivating a possibility mindset. Think big. Dream big. See yourself doing very well in your poultry practice no matter what. Difficulties will surface from time to time, but choose to see through them and keep pressing on to more and more enlargement. You can do it. Look in the mirror every day and keep telling yourself that anything is possible.

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