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My 20 year marketing plan. VCoach Class 2010 - 2011.

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  • 20/20 Vision at the US OPEN 20 year Marketing Plan for Hungry Eye Doc Oliver Oliver S. Chan October 2010
  • Tour of the US OPEN
    • Daily Rounds
      • 20/20 Vision
      • Roles
      • Brand Launch
      • Monitor
    • 10 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make
    • 20 years in the Making
    • Milestones for Winning
    • Conclusion
  • 20/20 Everyday
    • VISION/MISSION
    • My line of sight
      • My purpose in life is to use my knowledge in medicine to help patients through better vision;
      • To use my creative business sense to make a fortune for myself and future family; and
      • To use my compassion for service to listen and empathize with friends and foes.
      • This will all be done while I remain God-fearing, grounded, and committed to others .
      • May my hunger to succeed remind me day by day.
  • Winning Roles
    • Competent Doctor
    • Loving Son
    • Trusted Friend
    • Caring Brother
    • Happy Sportsman
    • Intuitive Student
  • Competent Doctor
    • Ophthalmology
  • Loving Son
  • Trusted Friend
  • Caring Brother
  • Happy Sportsman
  • Intuitive Student
  • This is My Brand Today
  • HUNGRY
  • HUNGRY CHAN
  • HUNGRY OPHTHALMOLOGIST CHAN
  • This is My Brand Today HUNGRY OPHTHALMOLOGIST CHAN Pacman Eating Olive Tiyan
  • Monitor my vision by
    • Reading
    • Regular Family Time
    • Stay Connected with Friends
    • Keeping fit
  • 10 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make from Complete MBA for Dummies, 2 nd ed. 2008
    • 1. Taking Employees for Granted – Respect and value people who help me no matter how small.
    • 2. Taking Customers for Granted – Treat patients how I would like other doctors to treat me.
    • 3. Failing to Lead – Grab opportunities to lead such as being a hospital administrator.
    • 4. Not Setting Clear Goals with Employees – Be open about goals with patients, co-workers, and friends.
  • 10 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make from Complete MBA for Dummies, 2 nd ed. 2008
    • 5. Forgetting What It’s Like to be a Worker – Constantly update and improve my knowledge in medicine and business no matter how successful.
    • 6. Stealing the Spotlight – Support my brother, sisters, and other family members aim for their goals in life.
    • 7. Sidestepping Opportunities to Delegate – It’s best to work in teams, especially in the medical management of patients, to ensure the patient is receiving the best integrated care available.
  • 10 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make from Complete MBA for Dummies, 2 nd ed. 2008
    • 8. Communicating Too Little, Too Late – Not being embarrassed to tell my family that I love them.
    • 9. Hiring Too Fast (And Firing Too Soon) – Take time to discern life-changing decisions, (such as getting married, having kids, starting relationships) but don’t take too long.
    • 10. Forgetting to Have Fun – Have Fun! Life is too short to do otherwise… 
  • 20 years in the making
    • Playing Now
    • 25 y/o
    • Medical Clerk
    • Loving Son
    • Trusted Friend
    • Caring Brother
    • Allowance
    • Single
    • End Game
    • Healthy 45 y/o
    • Ophthalmologist
    • Son and Father
    • Still a Trusted Friend
    • Brother-in-law
    • Financial Freedom
    • Married
  • Milestones for Winning…
    • Licensed Doctor
    • Residency Training in Ophtha
    • Start Medical Practice
    • Create Patient List
    • Hospital Administrator
    • Financial Freedom
    • Married with Kids
    Short Term Goal (1-2 yrs) Medium Term Goal (3-5 yrs) Long Term Goal (10-20 yrs)
  • Conclusion and Subtitle: Front row seats at the US Open requires focus and the drive to succeed
    • My hunger for victory is not only my own but for my family, future wife and kids.
    • I succeed by not only being a competent ophthalmologist who is family oriented and financially free but one who has done it even before 20 years.
  • 20/20 Vision at the US OPEN 20 year Marketing Plan for Hungry Eye Doc Oliver Oliver S. Chan October 2010