A few years ago I came upon this great book, “Celebrating Failure” by author Ralph Heath. I believe this is one book that should be in every manager’s, supervisor’s or leader’s library. We often hear the saying, “there is no room for failure.” However, we learn so much by our failures. Teams are strengthened by … Continue reading
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The Ghost Of Christmas Past, A Management Lesson
For the past two weeks I have been teaching in our Virtual Practice Management membership group lessons we can learn from the story “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, that can make us better managers or business owners. This week we took a look at the chapter which Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the “Ghost … Continue reading
Don’t Lose It..
During difficult times it is easy to lose our sense of humor, but it is during these times that we really need it. Humor can lift our spirit and allow us to lift others. A good belly laugh allows us to take in oxygen which stimulates our heart, lungs and muscles. It also increases endorphins … Continue reading
What’s It Gonna Be?
Randy Pausch the author of the “Last Lecture” said “We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the game.” This quote has probably been one of the most inspirational and enlightening quotes for me. Possibly, because I am a two-time Breast Cancer Survivor and have had to choose how I was … Continue reading
That Moment Of Hesitation…
This quote from Mel Robbins is so true. I work a lot with small business owners, some are very successful, and some are not, at least in their eyes. When I have conversations with those whom are not as successful as they would like to be about their vision for their business and the plan … Continue reading
Prosperity & Something Greater
My good friend and partner in The Top Practices Virtual Practice Management Institute is Rem Jackson. Rem is the CEO of Top Practices which is a Marketing and Management Company that helps medical practices reach their full potential of growth and revenue, while teaching the physicians how to get their nights and weekends back. Recently, … Continue reading
Humor in the Workplace
Right now, our workplace is closed as I am sure many of yours are. I do miss seeing my coworkers and connecting with them, but I know that we will all be back together in the future. As I was thinking about when we reopen our office, I was wondering if some if not all … Continue reading
2020 Has Arrived!
May your New Year be filling with fun, happiness and many lessons to be learned! Blessings to you! Tina
Five Tips For A Better Attitude
Maintaining a positive attitude is a choice, but it is much easier to have a positive attitude when your work and your life are going well. As we all know there are bumps in the road of life every day. I not going to say that keeping a positive attitude is easy, but it is … Continue reading
Thankful, Grateful, Blessed
We hear a lot about having a grateful mindset. It is very true that your life can be better by adopting just one of the practices below and practicing it every day. It doesn’t have to take a lot of time, but the return will be bountiful! Start a gratitude journal. – List one thing … Continue reading