I wonder if some of the owners of small to midsize successful practices would be interested in forming a chat room in which they could act as mentors to other small businesses starting out . This forum could represent a group of unselfish individuals who are willing to share advise and direction regarding all business needs. I think the time has come for this type of forum and exchange of information. Ron
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Sue Ten Pas and Harold Anderson [SMTP:[email protected]]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2002 9:59 AM
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: Re: [OANDP-L] AOPA Official reply
> It does seem like AOPA has a strong closed club mentality. I am
> opening my own small practice and could use much of their advice right
> now. However, I can’t
> justify the $1200+ fees until I start bringing in some cash.
> Another (for profit) company has been helping me tremendously. HMS of
> Bellevue, NE who will do my billing. They do not get paid until I get
> paid. Yet they
> cheerily have helped me get started. Thanks Pat and Candy.
> Perhaps AOPA could take some lessons. But then, again, maybe they are
> happy with their current clientelle and are not interested in helping
> new practices.
> What is their mission?
> Harold Anderson CO
> Greg Howell wrote:
> > Please read and see where AOPA refuses to address this issue in an
> > open forum. Is this not an industry concern? Is my opinion only just
> > if I am
> > Dues paying member? and if I am does that change AOPA’s position.
> > Everyone member and nonmembers alike read this and judge for
> > yourself!
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