CHOOSING Not To Use Excuses!

In October of 2020, amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the then undefeated Tennessee Titans played against the Buffalo Bills, who at the time were also undefeated. The Titans were supposedly at a huge disadvantage; not only were they locked out of live practices, physical activity, and facilities as a team, an outbreak of the coronavirus attacked them, leaving a multitude of players to quarantine for 2 weeks. The only form of practice the team had: ZoomContinue reading “CHOOSING Not To Use Excuses!”

Imitators versus Initiators

Dr. Robert Cialdini, a professor of Psychology and Marketing at Arizona State University, as well as the author of Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion, learned while conducting research for the book, that about 95% of the population are what we could call “imitators”, and the remaining 5% are what we could call “initiators”. Imitators are generally those that are easily influenced by people or things around them. These people will rarely act on their ownContinue reading “Imitators versus Initiators”

Never Assume Anything!

When it comes to the care of your patients, it’s always better to ask questions on their thoughts about a procedure, rather than to assume that you can just blindly suggest a direction to go in. Professional speaker, author, and pastor, John C. Maxwell once wrote about the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889; a day in which congress had granted settlers the opportunity to lay claim on up to 160 acres of land, in exchangeContinue reading “Never Assume Anything!”

How Will the PPP Affect Your Practice in 2021?

Recently, due to yet another round of government aid during this pandemic, many economists have begun to debate how effective the benefits of the Paycheck Protection Program have been in relation to the cost. In one report from the economists employed by the U.S. Treasury in December 2020, the P.P.P. could have potentially saved up to 19 million jobs! However, several academic economists who have thoroughly studied the program, have concluded that a mere 1.2Continue reading “How Will the PPP Affect Your Practice in 2021?”

How to “G.R.O.W.” Your Practice in 2021!

Since the coronavirus pandemic started a little over a year ago, more than 100,000 businesses have had to close their doors due to the havoc it has wreaked on our economy. Furthermore, when the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) repayment forgiveness period comes due, how many more practices will be forced to close their doors for good? After all of the hard work and sacrifice required to start a business, no owner, or their team, wantsContinue reading “How to “G.R.O.W.” Your Practice in 2021!”