We are all coming to the realization that our lives are much different today than they were a year ago and there doesn’t seem to be a defined end in sight. For the last 4+ months, we’ve been busy worrying about the health of our families and ourselves, how to keep the practice going while providing great patient care, keeping people employed, and the financial implications of all of this.
Most of us probably haven’t thought too much about educational meetings until now. However, life has changed and the prospect of in-person meetings in the foreseeable future is still unknown.
Last week we held our quarterly Profitable Practice Mastermind meeting virtually. While we were excited, yet reticent about it, the meeting was a huge success. The level of engagement was as high as an in-person meeting (if not higher!). Holding this meeting in a virtual environment created additional benefits which included no need for travel expenses and time away from family.
From this experience I’ve realized that creative virtual meetings may be the rule instead of the exception moving forward into the future.
Two weeks ago I was interviewed by two young entrepreneurs, Ann Dosen and Sarah Breymeier, of PodiatryMeetings.com. They have created an innovative way to look at meetings within our industry and help us all understand which are the ones to attend.
Check out this week’s video on that and more.
You can learn more about them by visiting the “Who We Are” section of their website: https://podiatrymeetings.com/who-we-are/
They’re hosting their first-ever Podiatry Expo that seems extremely exciting and different. Learn more about the PodiatryExpo here: https://www.podiatryexpo.com/attendees/.
We’re all entrepreneurs in our own unique way and I found them to be really interesting and looking to help podiatrists and the podiatry community.
Have a great week.