Don’t Look Back and Regret What You Didn’t Do – Aging Care Services Are Growing

By on December 2, 2015

It’s no doubt that the most wise people on earth tend to be those who have celebrated the most birthdays. They have experienced much and can offer much when it comes to advice on living a great life.

If you talk to anyone who has spent any fair amount of time with those who are most “experienced”, you’ll know that when they talk about their lives in retrospect, they never talk about the things they did do, it’s always the things that they didn’t do that weighs on their minds.

The chances they decided not to take. It might have been missing the opportunity to ask someone on a date, or not reaching out to give someone assistance as they drove by and saw them struggling to change a tire on the side of the road, or maybe it’s the lingering thought of not living to their highest potential.

Fact is, it’s not the chances we took that we look back on, but rather the chances we did not take that keeps us in regret. The video below describes this in only a way Gary V can do. There is a moment or two of harsh language (which I am not a fan of, for those of you who don’t know me well), but if you can get passed that, the message is great.

You see, those of us in the aging care industry, who provide aging care services are faced with one of the largest opportunities to create a sustainable legacy that any of us have ever seen.  We are in the infancy stages of a major growth explosion, in which the demand for more care providers in all niches, whether you are part of an in-home care business, a home health care business, home hospice, assisted living or any other market that services the aging population, is on an exponential growth pattern.

Add the evolution of technology and the internet and you have the perfect storm of an opportunity to grow your business by being able to reach your ideal clients easier than it’s ever been before.

Friend, I don’t care how old you are. You could be 20, 30, 60, or 90 years young. It is NEVER to late to take a chance of living to your higher purpose. There are thousands of examples of people who are considered elderly, who go out and do something great. It’s your turn. If you own a business, get engaged and help more people by doing what you need to do to grow it. If you haven’t yet started your business, or have something else that is lingering on your mind that you want to do, DO IT! Don’t wait. The clock is ticking and it’s your time. Take advantage of it now.

If you are not yet involved in the home care business and are curious as to what it takes to get started, make sure to click the banner to the right and reserve your spot for one of our free web-workshops that will give you everything you need to start and grow a successful business in this “Industrial Revolution-like” period of time.

If you’ve already got an established business in the aging care services market and want to take it to the next level, we can help. Email us and we would be happy to get you the information you need to succeed- pam@professionalhomecare.org

Enjoy!

 

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About Pam Witt

Pam Witt is a licensed RN and has more than 32 years of experience in the caregiving, home care, home health and healthcare industries. She has more than 10 years of successful marketing experience with one of the largest healthcare software companies in the world. Pam’s philosophy is that “life is a gift” and it should not be wasted. Pam’s main objective through the NAPHC and ProfessionalHomeCare.org is to make a positive impact in the home care, home health and home hospice industry by providing the best information and training available.

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