It’s surprising how easy it is to lose sight of the important things in life. Busy schedules and weekly routines have a tendency to put your brain on autopilot. Some of life’s Essential Truths need repeating.
Bill Gates, who is consistently ranked as one of the richest people in the world, feels wealth has very little to do with luck and everything to do with habits i.e… wealthy people are by and large optimists….. they practice gratitude and look at happiness like a habit. So, how are these wealthyRead More
This article is for New Dentist’s who have been burdened with excessive Student Debt. I have serious concern for their future and their present perilous situation. Before you decide to work for any of the Dental Service Organizations (DSO’s), please explore every opportunity and give consideration to theRead More
“Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.”
Jamie PaolinettiDid you and your TEAM set goals for 2014? Now’s the time to think about it, if you haven’t already finalized your plans for the year ahead. Follow these five Read More
Doctors alike often dread annual performance reviews, but when they are done well those reviews can help your practice. Employee reviews are “one of the best management tools you can have to improve performance.” Both doctor and employee will benefit from performance appraisals. Employees generally wantRead More
The most effective managers recognize the importance of motivating their TEAM. As you head into what will hopefully be your most successful year yet 2014, consider the following advice to get your TEAM truly on board with your plans.
1. TREAT MOTIVATION AS A COMPLEX TOPIC.Don’t fall into the Read More
Even if an opportunity sounds promising, sometimes turning it down could be the best business decision you make. If you are fortunate enough to be successful, people and companies will want to do business with you. That can be a good thing. It can also lead you down a path that could bring your practice orRead More
True customer loyalty means making the relationship the most important thing you do. No one understood that better than Walt Disney. He called his customers “GUESTS” and we call ours patients. Patient loyalty will always come from having a very strong relationship with your patients. When they see you asRead More
Contrary to popular belief, your TEAM values many things more than the amount of money they're being paid. If they're treated right, they will not only work for less, they'll pe happier and more productive as they do so. Making big money is often less important to the TEAM than satisfying these BASICRead More
Leadership is for most dentists an under developed necessary strength for practice SUCCESS. Are you in touch with your values, motivations and goals? These 6 steps will start your journey of self-discovery so you can lead your practice to success. Truly great leaders know themselves well. They understandRead More