Un-Anticipate the Anticipated

Posted by Bernie Reifkind on December 20, 2011

Here is the bottom line, folks.  No one knows the future. 

When it comes to your business you can forecast, budget, plan out and map out and do all you can to strategize the coming new year or new month. 

Then the unexpected occurs.  Or our business just trips and falls.

And all the things that were previously planned go down the drain.  Of course it is almost impossible to prevent “the un-forseen” that we had not anticipated.

So here is some useful advice from the nation’s most successful healthcare recruiting firm

Un-anticipate the anticipated.

Of course all employers and bosses should have a solid business plan or strategy; however  it is a good idea to include in that plan that something un-anticipated will likely occur.  

This could be both good or not so good.  Hopefully good.  Un-anticipate the anticipated.

Powerful business wisdom garnered from years of filling jobs for healthcare employers.

It’s about not counting your chickens before they hatch.  In other words, don’t count the money before it’s in.  Something could change.

In addition absolutely understand that all businesses have seasons and that things change.  It doesn’t always rain and the sun doesn’t always shine.

The only guarantee in business that you can for certain anticipate are your own actions. 

Guarantee that you will show up, no matter what. 

Oh, and un-anticipate the anticipated.  Things always change.  That too is an absolute guarantee.

I am Bernie Reifkind, CEO and founder of Premier Search, Inc.  I can be reached at 1(800) 801-1400 or email at ceo@psihealth.com.  I welcome your phone call.

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