Veterinary practice tip: Use this visual to help prioritize tasks
If there are a million balls in the air, how do you keep them all up there? You dont. You just dont drop the glass ones.
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When our days get busy in veterinary practice and we're not sure what to do first (follow-up calls, medication refills, clients in reception, lab work, etc.), it can feel like there are a million balls in the air. A doctor I work with says, "Don't drop the glass ones"-essentially meaning those that are most important. It really helps to put the truly important things first.
Deanna Fischer, LVT