Over the last couple of weeks, I have had a word stuck in my head. Relentless.
I've been on a mission to figure out what it takes to thrive in the emergency veterinary setting. All of the reading and contemplation I have done seems to have led me to this word. To have a purpose that you believe in so strongly that you are RELENTLESS in the fulfillment of that mission. So many companies, teams and individuals have mastered this art, but it seems to be something that is missing pretty significantly in the veterinary world, even though we have one of the most tangible purposes of any industry. It's simple. Serve the Patient. Be relentless in your pursuit. The rest will follow.
Do you agree that this is the difference maker for us in the veterinary industry? Share your thoughts in the comments!
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