Getting the Most Out of Plan B

The mathematician James Yorke once said, “The most successful people are those who are good at Plan B.”  How effective are you at shifting gears when things do not go as expected?… Continue On +

A Secure Practice Includes Passwords

If most of us are concerned about security, why do we make it so easy for hackers to crack our passwords?  This is an even bigger deal when you are entrusted to… Continue On +

Overcoming Real Adversity

Have you ever wondered how well you would stand up to real adversity?  I mean the real stuff. Imagine, for example, that you survived a plane crash, and you are now in… Continue On +

Placing Value on Pain Relief

Do you think a dental patient is happy when you relieve that person’s pain or alleviate some type of discomfort?  Of course your patient is happy.  Why then do so many dentists… Continue On +

Making the Most of CAD/CAM Technology

If Santa brought your dental practice a CEREC or an ED4, it’s important to keep several things in mind. Your front office team will most likely have questions about how to bill… Continue On +

Helpful Tips from the Highly Productive

Someone once said, “Nothing makes a person more productive than the last minute.”  But what if you want to avoid the stress of the last minute and consistently utilize better habits. This… Continue On +

Outsourcing Your Payroll: One of the Keys to Happiness

As a business owner, one of the keys to your happiness is to outsource whenever you can.  Outsourcing your payroll will save you money, headaches and time. Payroll limits and rules are… Continue On +

Resistance to Change Might Be a Good Thing

Sometimes resistance to change is a good thing.  Yes, a good thing.  The key is to keep an open mind as you learn what is behind the resistance. I once met with… Continue On +