Month: July 2013

Has Your Vision for This Year Come Alive?

YOU’RE HALFWAY THERE, DON’T GET CAUGHT LIVIN’ ON A PRAYER Bon Jovi references aside, the year is more than halfway gone. It is time to start taking the necessary actions to ensure your success in 2013. Jay always talks about key elements necessary to creating a tremendous company. Here are just a few you should begin implementing right away, before this year slips away from you.   You need to have a “you get what you deserve” mentality. In general (aside from crises and accidents) the quality of the things in your life like your relationships, successes, etc., is a...

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3 Easy Rules to Becoming a Better Investor

To truly be successful with your practice, if you haven’t already, you’re going to need to start thinking and acting like an investor. Throughout this process you need to remember that every kind of investment has what is called an “opportunity cost.” It will always cost something to initially invest in anything. Some of the people I’ve worked with haven’t been smart investors – they’ve wanted the returns, or the benefits, involved with building a successful practice but they didn’t want to make the investments required to produce those results. Unfortunately, this behavior will get you nowhere. So, how...

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Creating a Superstar Staff

Jay Geier has identified certain trends that create a superstar staff. But the truth is, it all comes down to this – a superstar staff starts with a superstar YOU! You are on the front stage of the people business; therefore you are held to higher standards. In order to create a superstar staff, there are some things you must eliminate from your office and values you need to establish. To begin, everyone needs to understand the two-economy system. You have no control over THE economy; therefore, concentrate your efforts on things you can control in YOUR economy – and...

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Core Values

Core Values are qualities and actions that everyone has to have and do if they want to work for the Scheduling Institute. We use them as guidelines on how to hire, fire, pay and reward people and I’d like to share a few of them with you today. If you want to work for me you need to be a positive person. You basically have positive people and you have negative and there’s not really an in-between. People either have a negative view or film in life or a positive one. When a bad thing happens, what do you...

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Staff Problems are Human Capital Problems

There are three areas that Jay Geier knows will help Doctors have clarity on where to invest their time and money. Three areas to invest, also referred to as Jay’s Big Three…   Space and Equipment Human Capital Marketing   The most complex of The Big Three is Human capital. This area continues to evade people the most because there are so many things that make up the “human capital soup” and the complexity of it is crazy. Human beings are incredibly complicated – in dealing with them we are dealing with emotions, history, life experiences, insecurities, etc. It’s an incredible mix....

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