Month: February 2016

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 actually takes the Earth 364 and one-quarter days to travel entirely around the sun… So we decided to balance things out by adding an extra day to the calendar! An extra 24 hours every four years. Much like Leap Year, your life is filled with random, fleeting opportunities. They peek their heads up just long enough for you to grab them. Sometimes, if you don’t pay them any attention, they simply disappear. They leave...

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3 Tips for Clear & Effective Communication With Your Patients

Sometimes, getting your patients engaged and educated can be trickier than balancing a two-headed rhino on a suspended tightrope. The only solution is clear, effective, and–this is so important–consistent communication. To help you become a master of communication, we (the Scheduling Institute Marketing team) have compiled three of our FAVORITE marketing strategies… And we’re excited to share them with you! Are you ready? Let’s get started.   1) Send out a monthly CD. Do a CD every month for your patients. The topic could be on a specific procedure, a referral contest, health education, tips, updates, etc. It gives...

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BLAST OFF! The U Launches New Hire Bootcamp

We are excited to announce that we’ve officially launched the new U and hosted our first New Hire Bootcamp! We want to thank everyone who attended… Because of YOU, it was a huge success! Here are just a couple of the 5-star reviews that your team members are giving our all-new U program. Take a look! 🙂       In fact, our whole team was SO excited about the launch that we had our very own celebration at our World Headquarters in Alpharetta on Tuesday–complete with cookie cake, food trucks, and some special employee shout-outs. Don’t forget: it’s...

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The Done-for-You Solution That Supercharges Your Results

All of the most rewarding things in life require some serious effort, energy, and commitment. Sure, it might sound like a cheesy bumper sticker—but it’s true! If you want to lose weight or gain muscle tone, you have got to create a plan and track your results. The same goes for improving at a hobby—whether it’s learning a language, playing a sport, or painting landscapes. Unfortunately, nobody just wakes up being the best at whatever they want to do. So, how does that apply to your practice?     Well, your career is just like any other area of...

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