New Patients

New Patients: How to find ‘em

Attracting new patients to your practice can be a full-time job for a large practice and a part-time job for a small one. But it can't be ignored or avoided in any size of practice if you wish to continue growing. There are articles coming…

The “Sticky Note” Game

When you were growing up, did your family ever have a jar wherein notes were placed of “chores” that needed doing, fixing, etc.?  Maybe you yourself have one right now?  Or at least you have heard of the “chore jar” concept? First…

Patches on Elbows

Sitting at your desk, nothing urgent needing attention, chin on hands, wearing holes in the elbows of your jackets or shirts, dreaming up some future improvements for the practice? Haha!  You wish!  Probably nothing could be further from…

A “Fiverr” Will Do It For You

  Ever have to prepare content for your website, or write a blog, or need a logo designed for your practice, or wish you could have the voice of a famous person on your voice mail or answering machine, or need a speech written or an…

Executive Burnout Club

Being the executive/owner of a practice and also being the practitioner is double trouble and often results in too much stress.  The balance between the two functions is assumed to be 90% practitioner and 10% manager in order to keep the income…