Our ability to take great care of the independent community pharmacists we work with is driven in a large part by our process of continuous discovery. At the beginning of every relationship, we use a formal discovery process to assess our new client's current situation in a number of key areas. Among those areas is the strategy they use to manage their assets.
The Pharmacists First Guardian
We are often asked what keeps a community pharmacy owner from executing their exit strategy. We generally provide one of these answers: The pharmacist has not identified or established a purpose for his or her life after pharmacy that is powerful enough to replace the emotional attachment they have for their life in pharmacy (we discussed this in a previous blog). Or, the pharmacy owner is not financially prepared for life after pharmacy.