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Are You a Have or a Have Not?

Here at the Scheduling Institute, we’ve created our own definition for the “haves” and the “have nots”–two very different types of doctors that we see… View Article ❯
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Friday Tip: Shake Off the Distractions and Refocus

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life – think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles,… View Article ❯

How (and Why) to Hold a Morning Huddle in Your Office

Whether or not you like football, you probably know the answer to this question… What does a team do before every play? They huddle up,… View Article ❯
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Success is NOT Random…

Success requires INTENTION and a well thought-out PLAN. Success requires people who are committed to achieving goals and understand that mistakes are going to happen. Success… View Article ❯

Principles of Influence: Scarcity

Last month, we introduced you to the Science of Persuasion– Dr. Robert Cialdini’s 6 Principles of Influence. We also let you in on a little… View Article ❯

Principles of Influence: Reciprocity

At some point, every kid asks themselves, “If I could have any super power, what would it be?” For some of us, it was flying…. View Article ❯

Peak Performers vs. Average Joes: What’s the Secret Sauce?

As March Madness wrapped up last week, it got us thinking. What separates the teams who make it to the Championship from those who fall… View Article ❯
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Food for Thought: How Much Do You Value Your Team?

Every good leader knows that actions speak much louder than words. You can tell your team how much you value them… Or you can SHOW… View Article ❯
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Reactive Language vs. Proactive Language in the Workplace

If you have kids– or if you’ve ever worked closely with them– then you probably know that the language you use can have a huge… View Article ❯
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Let’s Talk About Leap Year

You probably know that Leap Year only happens once every four years. But do you know why? Although the year is 365 days long, it… View Article ❯