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We Are The Sum Of Our Actions

We Are The Sum Of Our Actions

“We must remember we are not the sum of our intentions but of our actions.” ― Brendon Burchard As you encounter others today whether it be a work, or otherwise, remember that you are what your actions speak. Far too often we forget that as humans we hear with our eyes. It is what we … Continue reading

Training Can Not Be A Drag

Training Can Not Be A Drag

In talking with managers many times I find that they think training is a drag or pain. It takes too much time and they often have complaints about their employees whether they are new or old in the “lack of how they catch on.” First, I know that training does take time and many times … Continue reading

The Benefits Of Sharing At Work

The Benefits Of Sharing At Work

“The impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned is not only shameful, it is destructive. Anything you do not give freely and abundantly becomes lost to you. You open your safe and find ashes.” ~ Annie Dillard In my years of working with other managers I have found that some are not willing … Continue reading

Make Great Stories For Others To Tell

Make Great Stories For Others To Tell

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak at a virtual seminar on Customer Care Opportunities, or in my case Patient Care Opportunities. My point was to let the attendees know that they have care opportunities all day long with the people with whom they serve, their patients. These are the same opportunities anyone has when … Continue reading

Peak Performance Management

Peak Performance Management

If you have been in a management position at anytime in your employment life, I am sure you will agree that it is a position not for the “faint of heart.” I have managed a medical practice for over 23-years now and the challenges along with the victories have been many. It took me years … Continue reading

The Ghost Of Christmas Past, A Management Lesson

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

Coaching Your Team

Coaching Your Team

If you’re called to lead, coach, manage or supervise, these simple rules will help you be the kind of leader your staff will respect and respond to: Great coaches rally the whole team together. Coaches don’t rally only a few members of the team; they rally them all. Great coaches believe all team members are equal, … Continue reading

Life Doesn’t Get Easier

Life Doesn’t Get Easier

2020 what a year this has been globally. The other day I told my husband, “I feel like I am waiting for something, but don’t know what it is.” It seems at times that life has been put on hold. I know this is not true, it is just our everyday life is different than … Continue reading

Let’s Review Some Basic Life Lessons

Let’s Review Some Basic Life Lessons

In light of the difficultly our country (USA) has been going through with Covid-19 and a major election that has caused unrest and anger amongst, “we the people” I thought I would be a good time to share some truths we have “ALL” learned when we were growing up in hopes that they will be … Continue reading

What Will You Choose?

What Will You Choose?

Wouldn’t it be great if we never had face difficult times in our life? Sometimes, when things have been going good for awhile I will wonder, “when is the stink bomb” (as my friend Rem Jackson calls them) going to hit? And what is it going to be? Maybe, it’s because I am getting older … Continue reading