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Judy Young

Thats a great post. Its given me pause to contemplate that as my firm grows, whether to put the energy into adding staffing layers or to colloborate. Colloborating is a fine option that we often don't consider because we tend to believe that success and growth comes in adding headcount. This is a great alternative to consider a new way of thinking outside the box.

Eugene Lee

Great post. I love that you built the empire and found it wasn't for you. I'm a big fan of virtual firms - collaborating via email and phone. It's been working out for me, just like you say.

nicole broussard olofinlade

Chuck - kudos! You again get right to the point.

A dentist friend and & were discussing theses issues but in the dental practice context. He complained about everything in your post. He does not like managing staff & is thinking about not practicing. I reiterated my desire to stay a solo with no staff, minimum overhead, etc. Again, we all have to look at what a truly successful practice looks like.

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