If I want to be a hand model, then I should not bite my fingernails. Agreed?
If I stuff my face with cookies when I’m trying to lose weight, then I will probably not lose much. Right?
If I can’t sleep and I keep drinking coffee, then I may be preventing myself from falling asleep. Not a good idea!
Not unlike the effects of these bad habits, over the years, I’ve identified many B-A-A-D habits that stand stand squarely in the way of the ability to succeed at being an independent health or patient advocate or care manager.
No, they have nothing to do with biting your finger nails or stuffing yourself full of cookies – or even sheep! Instead they have everything to do with how you respond to inquiries from potential new clients in your efforts to guide them to do what you want them to do: hire you and pay you.
Today we’re going to look at Ba-a-ad habit #1: