“The movement I am inspiring is the “True Beauty is Holistic” movement. As a society we are going too far into the fake, the unreal, the overly altered, and plastic. True beauty is not fake, it’s holistic.”
I had the pleasure to interview Dr. Tony Youn. Dr. Youn is a Holistic plastic surgeon, thought leader and anti-aging, health and wellness expert. Dr. Youn specializes in holistic plastic surgery and the practice of implementing dietary changes, proper products, non-surgical cosmetic treatments and more to improve health and appearance.
I am a board-certified plastic surgeon, also known as America’s Holistic Beauty Doc. I’ve been in private practice in Metro Detroit for 14 years, offering a wide range of cosmetic procedures and treatments to my patients. I’m also a two-time best-selling author, television personality, and host of the Holistic Plastic Surgery Show podcast.
The most interesting thing that has happened to me is my shift from mainstream plastic surgeon to holistic health and beauty expert.
I’ve always been a self-starter and a person who micromanaged my business and career. One mistake I made was accepting an invitation to give a talk at the local library. Usually I plan any public talks and make sure that I invite enough people and have enough people attend to make it worthwhile. In this case, they told me that they had it handled and not to worry myself about promoting it. They reserved a large room for 150 people. Only five people showed up for my talk.
We have some off-site employees, and we manage them by using such apps as Trello.
Always try to have empathy for your employees. Try to put yourself in their shoes and use this empathy to help make decisions on what is best for both your business and your employees.
My MO is to find superior talent, and pay them and treat them better than the competition. It makes retention easier and my life less drama-filled.
The movement I am inspiring is the “True Beauty is Holistic” movement. As a society we are going too far into the fake, the unreal, the overly altered, and plastic. True beauty is not fake, it’s holistic.
Treat others like you would like to be treated. If you do this, then you will earn the respect of most people you meet. I also use this rule when it comes to my patients.
Originally published at medium.com