Friday, December 18, 2009

An Excerpt from Suddenly Solo

Imagine being safely ensconced in group practice one day, just going through the motions, but nonetheless enjoying your day—talking with colleagues, consulting with patients, maybe even enjoying lunch, driving home, talking over your day with a friend or your spouse, and then walking into work the next morning, only to find yourself out of a job—fired.
Or, if that doesn’t gut you enough, imagine coming to work one day to find that not only do your keys mysteriously no longer work, but a security guard bars you from entering the building, where all your files are locked away.
Here’s another dream scenario: Imagine returning from a long-overdue, much-anticipated, relaxing vacation to find that your partner has conspired with another and has effectively stolen your practice. . .

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And good luck!

Dr Schoor