How Do You Handle Business Trials That You Don’t Control?
I read an interesting post in a LinkedIn group discussing business trials that health care groups are facing.
The post referenced the following article:
Below are my thoughts regarding this article and handling business trials:
The business trials that physicians are facing today regarding insurance reimbursements are similar to business trials that other business owners faced during the most recent recession and what some attorneys faced with tort reform. Adaptation is key when outside factors (factors business owners don’t control) change the status quo. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Tough times are when the greatest businesses modify their approach to business trials and set themselves apart from the pack.
Check out the following articles that I read recently regarding big businesses that started in recessions and millionaires from the Great Depression!
How are you handling your business trials differently today?
Leaders don’t react to tough situations! Leaders respond!
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