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Don’t wait for the pain

By on February 18, 2014

We’ve all seen them; the patients who know that what they are doing is bad for them but they carry on anyway.

Maybe they know they should change the way they are looking after their contact lenses, but they don’t.

Maybe they know they should be wearing their specs to drive, but they don’t.

Maybe they know they should be instilling their glaucoma meds regularly but they don’t.

Just plain silly.

For many people a change in habits only comes about when the distress they are feeling outweighs their reluctance to change their ways.

Sadly this is often too late.

How much distress will you have to feel about your situation before you decide to change what you are doing?

About Andy Clark

Practice Building Founder Andy Clark has extensive experience of the business of optics with both the multiples and the Independent sector, he is an award winning educator with a passion for creating learning experiences that have lasting value.

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