Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 24, 2010
What are some of the lessons learned that you can share with other women, mothers, and entrepreneurs that would like to start their business, but hesitate?
After opening up her business in Buffalo Grove, IL, the Happy Feet Clinic PC, Dr. Keren shares her experiences in this economic tsumani we have been faced with in the last year.
Dare to realize a dream. There is no such thing as good time or bad time to be an entrepreneur. It is something that one knows the need to follow. It is the fire within, and many very successful enterprises started at the lowest of the economy. There is never a perfect time to start a business, but when you know what you want, it makes it feasible and attainable. Persistence and perseverance are the key.
One never know how much they don’t know until they start running their own business. A slow economy gives the time to learn about management style, weaknesses and strengths, and work out all the kinks in the business. Success doesn’t happen.
Ask for help. As women, we tend to think we can be super moms, super wives, and professionals. Support from a close circle of family and friends,is very important. "The support of my family made it happen. I don’t know how I would have accomplished this all without the active help of my husband, Eli, who is a CPA. His expertise helps manage the finances. His moral support is invaluable.”
Dr. Keren started her practice with the passion to be able to educate and help patients to take care of their feet in a healthy manner. She devotes the attention and provides only the best services, treatment options, and sophisticated diagnostic modalities that will help people live a better life and keep them on their toes.
In such a stressed and rushed world, people neglect to take care of their feet, which may lead to more serious problems.
The Clinic specializes in:
"The #1 foot-related problem is heel pain, and a substantial number of Americans suffer from it. When your feet hurt, you hurt all over. Someone with heel pain will walk with a different gait pattern and posture, which can cause knee, hip, and back problems" says Dr. Keren.
The biggest misconception about foot care is that "Foot pain will go away on its own". People take thousands of steps every day, and millions over a lifetime. Maintaining healthy feet makes practical sense, and is crucial to your health.
To schedule an appointment call Dr. Ashley Keren, Podiatrist at: 847 415 2840.