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Process Of Rice Milling

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Dear readers, I am sharing with you the process of rice milling today. The next time you rip open a pack of rice, you know that a lot of work has gone into bringing it to you - from paddy grown in a field by a farmer, to the whitening of brown rice in a rice mill!

Pre-cleaning - Paddy arrives at the rice mill with a lot of impurities - like dirt, stones, straw and weed seeds. It is sent for pre-cleaning, i.e. passed through screens in order to get rid of these impurities and unfilled grains. A combination of screens is used for this purpose. First, course screens remove objects that are larger than the rice grains - such as stones and straw. Then, fine screens separate rice grains from the objects that are smaller than them - like dirt, weed seeds and broken grains.

Destoning - Pre-cleaning does not remove all the stones. The paddy is then passed through a gravity table, for this purpose.

Husking/ De-hulling - The husk is the tough outer layer coating of rice. The pre-cleaned paddy is next sent to the husking machine. There are more than one type of husking machines - rubber roller husker, steel huller and under runner disk sheller, all do the same job. Huskers use friction to remove the husk. The paddy is passed through two surfaces, moving at different speeds. As it presses tightly against these surfaces, the unwanted husk comes off. The result is brown rice!

Husk Aspiration - A portion of paddy retains its husk even after husking. (The amount of unhusked paddy depends upon on the efficiency of the huller.) Hence, the result of husking is a mix of husks, brown rice, unhusked paddy kernels and even broken grains. The husk is removed and discarded with a huller aspirator.

Paddy Separation - Next, the unhusked paddy is separated from the brown rice, using a paddy separator. These machines use the difference in the gravity of brown rice and unhusked rice to separate the two. Rice Pack are sent back for husking.

Whitening - It is now time to turn brown rice into white. The brown-coloured bran, along with the germ, is removed. Like husk, the bran is also a hard coating, though its consumption is beneficial for human health. The germ is the reproductive part of the rice grain. There are many machines designed for rice whitening.

Polishing - Polishing is done to improve the look of rice grains. Both whitening and polishing processes cause breakage of rice. This is because these processes apply pressure to the rice grains. A mist of water is often used to give the grains a clean, smooth appearance.

Length Grading - It is now time to remove the broken pieces of rice, which greatly vary in size. A sifter separates these broken bits from "head rice". (Unbroken kernels)

Blending/ Mixing - Top-quality rice contains minimal broken kernels. The better the quality, the lesser is the amount of broken pieces. Broken pieces are also sold separately, and are consumed in many parts of the world. Head rice is mixed with a fixed amount of broken kernels in this step.

Process Of Rice Milling

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Dear readers, I am sharing with you the process of rice milling today. The next time you rip open a pack of rice, you know that a lot of work has gone into bringing it to you - from paddy grown in a field by a farmer, to the whitening of brown rice in a rice mill!

Pre-cleaning - Paddy arrives at the rice mill with a lot of impurities - like dirt, stones, straw and weed seeds. It is sent for pre-cleaning, i.e. passed through screens in order to get rid of these impurities and unfilled grains. A combination of screens is used for this purpose. First, course screens remove objects that are larger than the rice grains - such as stones and straw. Then, fine screens separate rice grains from the objects that are smaller than them - like dirt, weed seeds and broken grains.

Destoning - Pre-cleaning does not remove all the stones. The paddy is then passed through a gravity table, for this purpose.

Husking/ De-hulling - The husk is the tough outer layer coating of rice. The pre-cleaned paddy is next sent to the husking machine. There are more than one type of husking machines - rubber roller husker, steel huller and under runner disk sheller, all do the same job. Huskers use friction to remove the husk. Rice Pack is passed through two surfaces, moving at different speeds. As it presses tightly against these surfaces, the unwanted husk comes off. The result is brown rice!

Husk Aspiration - A portion of paddy retains its husk even after husking. (The amount of unhusked paddy depends upon on the efficiency of the huller.) Hence, the result of husking is a mix of husks, brown rice, unhusked paddy kernels and even broken grains. The husk is removed and discarded with a huller aspirator.

Paddy Separation - Next, the unhusked paddy is separated from the brown rice, using a paddy separator. These machines use the difference in the gravity of brown rice and unhusked rice to separate the two. The paddy kernels are sent back for husking.

Whitening - It is now time to turn brown rice into white. The brown-coloured bran, along with the germ, is removed. Like husk, the bran is also a hard coating, though its consumption is beneficial for human health. The germ is the reproductive part of the rice grain. There are many machines designed for rice whitening.

Polishing - Polishing is done to improve the look of rice grains. Both whitening and polishing processes cause breakage of rice. This is because these processes apply pressure to the rice grains. A mist of water is often used to give the grains a clean, smooth appearance.

Length Grading - It is now time to remove the broken pieces of rice, which greatly vary in size. A sifter separates these broken bits from "head rice". (Unbroken kernels)

Blending/ Mixing - Top-quality rice contains minimal broken kernels. The better the quality, the lesser is the amount of broken pieces. Broken pieces are also sold separately, and are consumed in many parts of the world. Head rice is mixed with a fixed amount of broken kernels in this step.

Process Of Rice Milling

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Dear readers, I am sharing with you the process of rice milling today. The next time you rip open a pack of rice, you know that a lot of work has gone into bringing it to you - from paddy grown in a field by a farmer, to the whitening of brown rice in a rice mill!

Pre-cleaning - Paddy arrives at the rice mill with a lot of impurities - like dirt, stones, straw and weed seeds. It is sent for pre-cleaning, i.e. passed through screens in order to get rid of these impurities and unfilled grains. A combination of screens is used for this purpose. First, course screens remove objects that are larger than the rice grains - such as stones and straw. Then, fine screens separate rice grains from the objects that are smaller than them - like dirt, weed seeds and broken grains.

Destoning - Pre-cleaning does not remove all the stones. The paddy is then passed through a gravity table, for this purpose.

Husking/ De-hulling - The husk is the tough outer layer coating of rice. The pre-cleaned paddy is next sent to the husking machine. There are more than one type of husking machines - rubber roller husker, steel huller and under runner disk sheller, all do the same job. Huskers use friction to remove the husk. The paddy is passed through two surfaces, moving at different speeds. As it presses tightly against these surfaces, the unwanted husk comes off. The result is brown rice!

Husk Aspiration - A portion of paddy retains its husk even after husking. (The amount of unhusked paddy depends upon on the efficiency of the huller.) Hence, the result of husking is a mix of husks, brown rice, unhusked paddy kernels and even broken grains. The husk is removed and discarded with a huller aspirator.

RicePacks - Next, the unhusked paddy is separated from the brown rice, using a paddy separator. These machines use the difference in the gravity of brown rice and unhusked rice to separate the two. The paddy kernels are sent back for husking.

Whitening - It is now time to turn brown rice into white. The brown-coloured bran, along with the germ, is removed. Like husk, the bran is also a hard coating, though its consumption is beneficial for human health. The germ is the reproductive part of the rice grain. There are many machines designed for rice whitening.

Polishing - Polishing is done to improve the look of rice grains. Both whitening and polishing processes cause breakage of rice. This is because these processes apply pressure to the rice grains. A mist of water is often used to give the grains a clean, smooth appearance.

Length Grading - It is now time to remove the broken pieces of rice, which greatly vary in size. A sifter separates these broken bits from "head rice". (Unbroken kernels)

Blending/ Mixing - Top-quality rice contains minimal broken kernels. The better the quality, the lesser is the amount of broken pieces. Broken pieces are also sold separately, and are consumed in many parts of the world. Head rice is mixed with a fixed amount of broken kernels in this step.

11 Steps To Student Employment Success

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Let's get right to the point. I would like to suggest that students should concentrate on the job search preparation activities that are most likely to give them the results that lead to good jobs in their fields of interest.

highest paying jobs after graduation must understand that the "The senior year job search actually starts in the Freshman year." That means that students who spend enough time following the eleven steps described below will give themselves the best chance for landing good paying jobs in their areas of interest. Waiting too long to get started is the biggest mistake that a student can make.

Eleven Steps

1. Select A Field Of Interest - Many students already know their areas of interest when they enter college. Generally, they are the areas where students have had some previous experience, success and enjoyment. Nearly every student can tell us what they like and where they have experienced success. They can also tell us what they dislike and where they have done poorly.

By thinking about their natural strengths and previous experiences, many students will know if they are computer savvy, whether they are good with math and science, how well they read, write, speak and communicate, whether they have a thing for teaching, if they have an interest in business and whether they can act, sing and dance or something else. With some thought, most students can put themselves into a broad category. Those who do not have a general direction can be counseled and tested.

2. Identify Jobs or Job Categories That Are Of Interest To You - Students must have a target. Without a target, their efforts and activities are likely to be all over the place. Students should try to identify jobs that will take advantage of their natural strengths and capabilities in areas they like.

3. Select A Major And A Minor That Will Directly Support Your Targets - Your primary academic courses should be as closely related to your employment direction as possible. Talk with former students, counselors, employers and people who are performing the jobs that are of interest. They can provide useful information.

4. Identify Employers That Hire Students For Those Target Jobs - It is important to identify as many employers as possible. Those are your target employers. Identify the names of the hiring managers for the jobs that are of interest to you. Try to obtain their phone numbers and e-mail addresses. Begin to follow them on LinkedIn and Twitter. Learn as much as possible about them and their companies. They may reveal information that you can use.

5. Research The Employer Requirements For Your Target Jobs - What education, skills, talents, experiences, accomplishments, successes and results do employers need, want and expect of employment candidates. Will candidates be expected to demonstrate communication and leadership skills? To what degree do these jobs require creativity, problem-solving, initiative, high productivity, accuracy and quality etc.? How much technical experience and what skills are needed?

6. Develop A Semester-by-Semester Employment Plan Of Action - Based on 5 above, wise students get started early to develop a plan that will meet or exceed the employer requirements for the jobs that are of interest to them. Each semester there should be a list of four or five items to be completed. In that way students will gradually move closer and closer to their employment goals each semester and greatly improve their chances for employment success. Students who do not give employers what they want will be eliminated from consideration.

7. Obtain Good Grades In The Courses Related To Your Field Of Interest - Employers expect you to do your best in courses related to your major and minor. If your grades are only average, you will have to excel in another area that the employer considers to be important. By the way, employers want more than good grades. They prefer students who have proved themselves on the job or in some other way.

8. Obtain Some Work Experience in Areas That Interest Your Target Employers - Internships, part-time and summer jobs can give you the experiences that will set you apart from other good candidates. Employers love to hear about your on the job experiences, accomplishments and contributions. Even if you do not work in your field of interest, you can demonstrate your leadership, creativity, problem-solving and communication skills. They are all important.

9. Participate In Activities That Enable You To Demonstrate You Capabilities - Whenever you participate in on-campus or off-campuus activities, you give yourself the opportunity to make a positive impression on employers. You can demonstrate your capabilities by taking on some responsibility, utilizing your knowledge and skills and accomplishing something positive. Students who do not get involved with the activities that are available will limit the number of places where they can impress employers.

10. Create A Strong Employment Network - The more people who know you and think highly of you the more likely you will obtain the information you will need to identify potential employers, people who work for them and the jobs that may be available. Your job is to expand your network and regularly communicate with the people who can help you. Keep in mind that whenever you help a member of your network, you increase the chances that they will help you.

11. Build Relationships With People Who Will Serve As References - Enthusiastic, influential and impressive references will help to ensure that you receive more and better job offers. However, you should realize that it takes a long time to build a solid relationship with someone who must place their reputation on the line to support you and your employment goals. Building relationships should not be a last minute thought.

A resumé which does not describe a substantial number of accomplishments, successes, positive results and examples of impressive experiences, will be quickly eliminated from the competition. However, when you carefully follow these eleven steps, you will be thoroughly considered by many more employers and are likely to increase the number of job offers you receive.

The 8 Character Traits of Successful Veterinarians

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Character Trait #1: Sales Focused

Successful veterinarians in any type of practice realize that 99% of their success or failure comes from the ability to successfully sell their product or service. Telephone conversion is simply salesmanship. Thus it is essential to learn and focus on developing your staff's sales skills on the telephone of your practice. Top practice achievers use the telephone and make personal calls, if necessary, to build trust and make sales.

Character Trait #2: Strong Belief

The top successful practice owners believe in themselves. They believe in their products, their services and their clients. And they believe in the power of information to change lives for the better.

Character Trait #3: Results Oriented

They know that every ad placed, every postcard sent and every phone call brings them one step closer to creating a sales formula they can use over and over again. vet marketing understand that there are no failures in marketing or telephone conversion, only results. That's why they continually monitor their progress, test new ideas continually and learn from everything they do.

Character Trait #4: Persistence

Many a talented person ends up on the scrap heap of life. Sylvester Stallone the movie star was rejected by over 300 agents before he found success. Every dynamic Gold Medal winner or top athlete persists through the hard time of training and disappointments. The greatest reason for failure in telephone conversion and marketing in your practice is giving up. Not persisting, not testing, not selling long enough until success is found. You must make an absolute commitment to keep going until you succeed.

Character Trait #5: Fun and Friendly

People love buying from people they trust and have fun with. If your clients are laughing, they are buying. Telephone conversion can be fun. Your practice is part of life (a big part for most people) - the more fun you have the more success you'll have, the more sales you'll make. Don't even think of talking to clients unless you are having fun and can put a smile on your face.

Character Trait #6: Have a Purpose

It is vital that you develop a purpose; a reason why, a grand quest that drives you every day. Something that gets you out of bed and keeps you going all day long - even if you are not making a cent.

My purpose is to change people's lives for the better, to bring more joy, peace and compassion to the world. To make my own life an example others can follow. What will drive you? Your family? Your religious beliefs? Your determination to create a better world? Or desire to be a better parent? No matter what it is, make sure you find something that becomes your driving purpose!

Character Trait #7: Honesty and Trust/Dependability

All successful veterinarians deliver on their promises. The main reason why people won't buy your product or service is because they don't trust you. Trust has to be earned. Every call, every letter, every postcard, every personal contact builds the trust and gets you one step closer to creating the lifestyle you are after. Keep your word and do as you promise and your sales (and happiness) will soar.

The 8 Character Traits of Successful Veterinarians

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Character Trait #1: Sales Focused

Successful veterinarians in any type of practice realize that 99% of their success or failure comes from the ability to successfully sell their product or service. Telephone conversion is simply salesmanship. Thus it is essential to learn and focus on developing your staff's sales skills on the telephone of your practice. Top practice achievers use the telephone and make personal calls, if necessary, to build trust and make sales.

Character Trait #2: Strong Belief

The top successful practice owners believe in themselves. They believe in their products, their services and their clients. And they believe in the power of information to change lives for the better.

Character Trait #3: Results Oriented

They know that every ad placed, every postcard sent and every phone call brings them one step closer to creating a sales formula they can use over and over again. They understand that there are no failures in marketing or telephone conversion, only results. That's why they continually monitor their progress, test new ideas continually and learn from everything they do.

Character Trait #4: Persistence

Many a talented person ends up on the scrap heap of life. Sylvester Stallone the movie star was rejected by over 300 agents before he found success. Every dynamic Gold Medal winner or top athlete persists through the hard time of training and disappointments. direct vet marketing for failure in telephone conversion and marketing in your practice is giving up. Not persisting, not testing, not selling long enough until success is found. You must make an absolute commitment to keep going until you succeed.

Character Trait #5: Fun and Friendly

People love buying from people they trust and have fun with. If your clients are laughing, they are buying. Telephone conversion can be fun. Your practice is part of life (a big part for most people) - the more fun you have the more success you'll have, the more sales you'll make. Don't even think of talking to clients unless you are having fun and can put a smile on your face.

Character Trait #6: Have a Purpose

It is vital that you develop a purpose; a reason why, a grand quest that drives you every day. Something that gets you out of bed and keeps you going all day long - even if you are not making a cent.

My purpose is to change people's lives for the better, to bring more joy, peace and compassion to the world. To make my own life an example others can follow. What will drive you? Your family? Your religious beliefs? Your determination to create a better world? Or desire to be a better parent? No matter what it is, make sure you find something that becomes your driving purpose!

Character Trait #7: Honesty and Trust/Dependability

All successful veterinarians deliver on their promises. The main reason why people won't buy your product or service is because they don't trust you. Trust has to be earned. Every call, every letter, every postcard, every personal contact builds the trust and gets you one step closer to creating the lifestyle you are after. Keep your word and do as you promise and your sales (and happiness) will soar.

The 8 Character Traits of Successful Veterinarians

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Character Trait #1: Sales Focused

Successful veterinarians in any type of practice realize that 99% of their success or failure comes from the ability to successfully sell their product or service. direct vet marketing is simply salesmanship. Thus it is essential to learn and focus on developing your staff's sales skills on the telephone of your practice. Top practice achievers use the telephone and make personal calls, if necessary, to build trust and make sales.

Character Trait #2: Strong Belief

The top successful practice owners believe in themselves. They believe in their products, their services and their clients. And they believe in the power of information to change lives for the better.

Character Trait #3: Results Oriented

They know that every ad placed, every postcard sent and every phone call brings them one step closer to creating a sales formula they can use over and over again. They understand that there are no failures in marketing or telephone conversion, only results. That's why they continually monitor their progress, test new ideas continually and learn from everything they do.

Character Trait #4: Persistence

Many a talented person ends up on the scrap heap of life. Sylvester Stallone the movie star was rejected by over 300 agents before he found success. Every dynamic Gold Medal winner or top athlete persists through the hard time of training and disappointments. The greatest reason for failure in telephone conversion and marketing in your practice is giving up. Not persisting, not testing, not selling long enough until success is found. You must make an absolute commitment to keep going until you succeed.

Character Trait #5: Fun and Friendly

People love buying from people they trust and have fun with. If your clients are laughing, they are buying. Telephone conversion can be fun. Your practice is part of life (a big part for most people) - the more fun you have the more success you'll have, the more sales you'll make. Don't even think of talking to clients unless you are having fun and can put a smile on your face.

Character Trait #6: Have a Purpose

It is vital that you develop a purpose; a reason why, a grand quest that drives you every day. Something that gets you out of bed and keeps you going all day long - even if you are not making a cent.

My purpose is to change people's lives for the better, to bring more joy, peace and compassion to the world. To make my own life an example others can follow. What will drive you? Your family? Your religious beliefs? Your determination to create a better world? Or desire to be a better parent? No matter what it is, make sure you find something that becomes your driving purpose!

Character Trait #7: Honesty and Trust/Dependability

All successful veterinarians deliver on their promises. The main reason why people won't buy your product or service is because they don't trust you. Trust has to be earned. Every call, every letter, every postcard, every personal contact builds the trust and gets you one step closer to creating the lifestyle you are after. Keep your word and do as you promise and your sales (and happiness) will soar.

The 8 Character Traits of Successful Veterinarians

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Character Trait #1: Sales Focused

Successful veterinarians in any type of practice realize that 99% of their success or failure comes from the ability to successfully sell their product or service. Telephone conversion is simply salesmanship. Thus it is essential to learn and focus on developing your staff's sales skills on the telephone of your practice. Top practice achievers use the telephone and make personal calls, if necessary, to build trust and make sales.

Character Trait #2: Strong Belief

The top successful practice owners believe in themselves. They believe in their products, their services and their clients. And they believe in the power of information to change lives for the better.

Character Trait #3: Results Oriented

They know that every ad placed, every postcard sent and every phone call brings them one step closer to creating a sales formula they can use over and over again. They understand that there are no failures in marketing or telephone conversion, only results. veterinarian marketing 's why they continually monitor their progress, test new ideas continually and learn from everything they do.

Character Trait #4: Persistence

Many a talented person ends up on the scrap heap of life. Sylvester Stallone the movie star was rejected by over 300 agents before he found success. Every dynamic Gold Medal winner or top athlete persists through the hard time of training and disappointments. The greatest reason for failure in telephone conversion and marketing in your practice is giving up. Not persisting, not testing, not selling long enough until success is found. You must make an absolute commitment to keep going until you succeed.

Character Trait #5: Fun and Friendly

People love buying from people they trust and have fun with. If your clients are laughing, they are buying. Telephone conversion can be fun. Your practice is part of life (a big part for most people) - the more fun you have the more success you'll have, the more sales you'll make. Don't even think of talking to clients unless you are having fun and can put a smile on your face.

Character Trait #6: Have a Purpose

It is vital that you develop a purpose; a reason why, a grand quest that drives you every day. Something that gets you out of bed and keeps you going all day long - even if you are not making a cent.

My purpose is to change people's lives for the better, to bring more joy, peace and compassion to the world. To make my own life an example others can follow. What will drive you? Your family? Your religious beliefs? Your determination to create a better world? Or desire to be a better parent? No matter what it is, make sure you find something that becomes your driving purpose!

Character Trait #7: Honesty and Trust/Dependability

All successful veterinarians deliver on their promises. The main reason why people won't buy your product or service is because they don't trust you. Trust has to be earned. Every call, every letter, every postcard, every personal contact builds the trust and gets you one step closer to creating the lifestyle you are after. Keep your word and do as you promise and your sales (and happiness) will soar.

The 8 Character Traits of Successful Veterinarians

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Character Trait #1: Sales Focused

Successful veterinarians in any type of practice realize that 99% of their success or failure comes from the ability to successfully sell their product or service. Telephone conversion is simply salesmanship. Thus it is essential to learn and focus on developing your staff's sales skills on the telephone of your practice. Top practice achievers use the telephone and make personal calls, if necessary, to build trust and make sales.

Character Trait #2: Strong Belief

The top successful practice owners believe in themselves. They believe in their products, their services and their clients. And they believe in the power of information to change lives for the better.

Character Trait #3: Results Oriented

They know that every ad placed, every postcard sent and every phone call brings them one step closer to creating a sales formula they can use over and over again. They understand that there are no failures in marketing or telephone conversion, only results. That's why they continually monitor their progress, test new ideas continually and learn from everything they do.

Character Trait #4: Persistence

Many a talented person ends up on the scrap heap of life. Sylvester Stallone the movie star was rejected by over 300 agents before he found success. Every dynamic Gold Medal winner or top athlete persists through the hard time of training and disappointments. The greatest reason for failure in telephone conversion and marketing in your practice is giving up. Not persisting, not testing, not selling long enough until success is found. You must make an absolute commitment to keep going until you succeed.

Character Trait #5: Fun and Friendly

People love buying from people they trust and have fun with. If your clients are laughing, they are buying. Telephone conversion can be fun. Your practice is part of life (a big part for most people) - the more fun you have the more success you'll have, the more sales you'll make. Don't even think of talking to clients unless you are having fun and can put a smile on your face.

Character Trait #6: Have a Purpose

It is vital that you develop a purpose; a reason why, a grand quest that drives you every day. Something that gets you out of bed and keeps you going all day long - even if you are not making a cent.

My purpose is to change people's lives for the better, to bring more joy, peace and compassion to the world. To make direct vet marketing can follow. What will drive you? Your family? Your religious beliefs? Your determination to create a better world? Or desire to be a better parent? No matter what it is, make sure you find something that becomes your driving purpose!

Character Trait #7: Honesty and Trust/Dependability

All successful veterinarians deliver on their promises. The main reason why people won't buy your product or service is because they don't trust you. Trust has to be earned. Every call, every letter, every postcard, every personal contact builds the trust and gets you one step closer to creating the lifestyle you are after. Keep your word and do as you promise and your sales (and happiness) will soar.

The 8 Character Traits of Successful Veterinarians

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Character Trait #1: Sales Focused

Successful veterinarians in any type of practice realize that 99% of their success or failure comes from the ability to successfully sell their product or service. Telephone conversion is simply salesmanship. Thus it is essential to learn and focus on developing your staff's sales skills on the telephone of your practice. Top practice achievers use the telephone and make personal calls, if necessary, to build trust and make sales.

Character Trait #2: Strong Belief

The top successful practice owners believe in themselves. They believe in their products, their services and their clients. And they believe in the power of information to change lives for the better.

Character Trait #3: Results Oriented

They know that every ad placed, every postcard sent and every phone call brings them one step closer to creating a sales formula they can use over and over again. They understand that there are no failures in marketing or telephone conversion, only results. That's why they continually monitor their progress, test new ideas continually and learn from everything they do.

Character Trait #4: Persistence

Many a talented person ends up on the scrap heap of life. Sylvester Stallone the movie star was rejected by over 300 agents before he found success. Every dynamic Gold Medal winner or top athlete persists through the hard time of training and disappointments. The greatest reason for failure in telephone conversion and marketing in your practice is giving up. Not persisting, not testing, not selling long enough until success is found. You must make an absolute commitment to keep going until you succeed.

Character Trait #5: Fun and Friendly

People love buying from people they trust and have fun with. If your clients are laughing, they are buying. Telephone conversion can be fun. Your practice is part of life (a big part for most people) - the more fun you have the more success you'll have, the more sales you'll make. Don't even think of talking to clients unless you are having fun and can put a smile on your face.

Character Trait #6: Have a Purpose

It is vital that you develop a purpose; a reason why, a grand quest that drives you every day. Something that gets you out of bed and keeps you going all day long - even if you are not making a cent.

My purpose is to change people's lives for the better, to bring more joy, peace and compassion to the world. To make my own life an example others can follow. What will drive you? Your family? Your religious beliefs? Your determination to create a better world? Or marketing for veterinarians to be a better parent? No matter what it is, make sure you find something that becomes your driving purpose!

Character Trait #7: Honesty and Trust/Dependability

All successful veterinarians deliver on their promises. The main reason why people won't buy your product or service is because they don't trust you. Trust has to be earned. Every call, every letter, every postcard, every personal contact builds the trust and gets you one step closer to creating the lifestyle you are after. Keep your word and do as you promise and your sales (and happiness) will soar.

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