1. Dental Practice: Time Saving Tips

    Dentists are busy people with very important jobs. They often have a large number of patients at any given time. It is important for these people to manage their time effectively. Most people think dentists and doctors have similar scheduled and their practices run the same. This is in fact not true. Dentists are also running a business. They have to manage their employees and their patients. The …Read More

  2. How to Differentiate Real Time and Clock Time for Effective Results

    Which one of the times best describes your personal and business world? Is it clock time or real time? With effective time management, clock time is not as relevant as real time. All of us reside in real time where once time passes, you cannot get it back. For you, the good news is that real time is more mental than physical. You are the one that creates it in your mind. And once you create it, yo…Read More

  3. How Successful People Manage their Scheduling System

    If you want more success in business or in your work life, you have to determine your goals, ideals and daily routines. These play an integral part in anyone’s success. Let’s look at some of the daily routines that you need to carry out if you want to enjoy success as an entrepreneur or productive employee. Routine in the Morning If you want to be a high achiever, you have to get up early in t…Read More

  4. Should You Use Internal Staff to Plan an Outside Meeting Event?

    Internal staff is important to the efficient operation and the subsequent business owner’s success as a company. However, it is important to have experienced staff when planning a meeting or event. There are certain skills required by the staff that is put in charge of special event planning and execution. The person, for one, has to display a high level of time management and communication skil…Read More

  5. More Tips for Effective Meetings

    Going to a meeting comes with some expectations. You are expected to show up on time with anything you needed to prepare with you. Getting to and through a meeting can be a challenge. There are many things you should do in a meeting but sometimes people do not know what you should never do in a meeting. Here are some things you should do and should never do in a meeting so you can avoid them and b…Read More

  6. Do You Know Why Your Patients Aren’t Keeping Their Appointment?

    Have you ever thought about why patients are missing their appointments? How do you handle a no-show patient or how do you start to understand the problem? Most medical practices are not even aware of the rate of the missed patient appointments. Some doctors do not even take the time to assess the data as it relates to their patient visits, identifying the trends that stem from the problem. The An…Read More

  7. Meeting the Request to Schedule an Important Meeting

    Has your supervisor or manager ever requested that you schedule an important meeting with several executives from various parts of the world? How did you handle it? Was your boss pleased with your competence? When you are put in charge of such an important task, how can you schedule a meeting for fifteen executives from three different companies with three different time zones? Organizing and Plan…Read More

  8. The Role that Automation Plays in Appointment Scheduling

    The Internet plays an integral role in almost every aspect of a business. It has so many amazing benefits. If you own a brick and mortar business and you are not also doing business online, you are missing out. This is true for those business owners in the healthcare industry, fitness industry, contractors, massage therapists, pet groomers and mental health professionals; just to name a few. As lo…Read More

  9. Moving Beyond Intuition

    One of the basic truths of the workplace is that your ideas do not matter if you are not able to communicate them, and work with others. The ability to work well with others, to bring them to your side, and to pull them into your vision is absolutely a necessity when looking to accomplish something worthwhile. But how do we develop the skills to bring people behind us and communicate effectively i…Read More

  10. Creating social incentives to increase productivity

    One of the ways that we can help ourselves and others be productive is to change our environment to create incentives that reward productivity. One of the most powerful motivators for behavioral changes are social incentives. As humans are innately social creatures, much of our behavior is a result of how we want others to view us, and how we want them to feel. We can take advantage of this, both …Read More