Adapt to survive

02 September 2020
2 min read

There is a famous saying that it is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one that is most adaptable to change. Consider that camels can survive for months without food or water, while emperor penguins are able to raise their young in extremely hostile conditions. These animals are well suited to their particular environments, but if one were to put a camel in Antarctica and an emperor penguin in the Gobi Desert, they would not survive for very long. In the animal kingdom, effectively adapting to the environment can mean the difference between life and death.

This principle of survival also applies to most businesses worldwide, including dental practices. The past has demonstrated that the most adaptable companies are able to succeed more often than those that are inflexible and unwilling to change. Adaptability within an increasingly turbulent environment also presents its own advantages in terms of improving the efficiency of your business, thereby increasing productivity and practice growth.

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