Month: October 2014

Do You Want an INSTANTLY Higher Productivity Level at Work?

The other day I was flipping through a local newsletter and I came across this passage. It’s really an homage to the human experience— a REMINDER of something that seems really basic and obvious, but is neglected ALL THE TIME. *Do less. *Be present. It’s not enough to just slow down – you need to actually be mindful of whatever you’re doing at the moment. *Disconnect. Don’t always be connected. If you carry around an iPhone or Blackberry or other mobile device, shut it off. *Focus on people. *Appreciate nature. *Drive slower. *Find pleasure in anything. *Single-task.  The opposite...

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How to Take the “Busy” Out of Your Business

I once heard the saying “take the busy out of business” and loved it. It had never occurred to me just how obsessed everyone is with being busy. “I’m up to my neck in work!” “I’m trying to keep my head above water!” “I haven’t slept in days!” are a few common phrases that I hear ALL THE TIME. Actually, it’s crazy how PROUD everyone is of being so busy all the time. It’s like some wacky contest, where everyone tries to one-up each other until there’s a WINNER of stress and workload. But what the heck is the...

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Two Months ‘Till You Could Have a Holly Jolly Best Month Ever

December is a terrific month to take a day and TRAIN YOUR TEAM. Some of our most successful clients have intentionally scheduled their On-Site Trainings in December and later told us it was their “best decision yet.”    Here are 7 reasons why… 1. The office is slower than normal in December because people are focused on the holidays. 2. Everyone in the office tends to be distracted during this time of year – a day of training will help to make sure everyone remains engaged and focused on their end of year goals!3. This is a great time for the office to build momentum going into the New...

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9 Design Tips to Turn Your Office From Drab to Fab

Do you really want to create a WOW experience for your patients?? Some design tips are more common sense than others but they all have one thing in common… They can MAKE or BREAK your patient’s experience. If you walked into a surgeon’s office and their reception room had threadbare couches, flickering lights and dusty old coffee tables, would you trust them with your life? Probably not! Your patients wants to see modern, well-designed and comfortable reception areas and operatories so that they KNOW that your technology and skills are up-to-date. Space & Equipment is the easiest of the...

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