1. Planning for a Bigger Purpose

    Karen James | 28 June 2016

    Planning is a funny thing. End of financial year planning, start of financial year planning. End of the calendar year planning, start of a New Year planning. Lots of ends and beginnings – all, which remind us that planning is important. Planning is most ... Read More

  2. Making your Savings Work for you

    Shehan Rajakumar | 30 May 2016

    Recent market volatility, understandably, raises many questions for those wondering about the best and most appropriate ways to invest their hard earned savings. What should you consider when looking at savings and deposit accounts and how can they earn you a ... Read More

  3. Two Leaders Present their Pearls of Financial...

    Simon Lewis and Steven Johnston | 24 May 2016

    The financial year-end is an important time to review past performance, reflect on strategies implemented and plan for new successes in the year ahead. Steven Johnston from Provision and Simon Lewis from Eyecare Plus offer mivision readers a few pearls of... Read More

  4. Vision Trumps Fear

    Karen James | 29 April 2016

    Creating a vision for your patients’ better health future, beyond the transaction at hand, can provide the impetus they need to comply with your treatment recommendations. A simple title but I think it packs a punch. At the risk of being a little... Read More

  5. Getting Your Finances In Check

    Dr. Brett Robinson | 29 April 2016

    Setting goals is essential for keeping your business on track and moving forward. To help you stay focused on the year ahead, outlined are some suggested goals and ideas for achieving them. According to Forbes, a recent industry report highlighted that 80 per ... Read More

  6. What’s in a Name?

    Mark Overton | 24 March 2016

    Juliet asked the question of Romeo in William Shakespeare’s famous play. Her point then, was that his family name – Montague – did not matter. What mattered to her was him. That’s all well and good when it comes to love. But when... Read More

  7. Get Practical about Your Practice Fit-out

    Brett Robinson | 24 March 2016

    Setting up your professional practice is an exciting opportunity, however it’s important to get it right from the outset. Tackling the project in a holistic manner can help you get one step ahead, writes BOQ Specialist’s Brett Robinson. The... Read More

  8. Innovation through the Eyes of Imagination

    Karen James | 29 February 2016

    By redefining the purpose of technology and innovation it is possible to develop a more patient focused health care system. One of my best friends suffered Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) about six years ago. SJS TEN is... Read More

  9. It’s All About You… Nup!

    Melanie Kell | 27 January 2016

    There’s no doubt about it, once you start discounting stock on a regular basis, you’re on a slippery ride to the bottom – so how can you turn things around, stop your practice from becoming just another discount store and empower your staff... Read More

  10. Setting Quality Goals for Personal Growth

    Rachael Pickworth | 27 October 2015

    When it comes to setting quality goals, people often look at the end point then become overwhelmed with the journey required to get there. Chunking down your goals into manageable steps can help you achieve them. I often work with people who have reached a... Read More

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