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The Forgotten Secret of Success

The Forgotten Secret of Success

From a young age, we are encouraged to learn from our mistakes. In school, in college, in Life, at work, and in our relationships. To make things worse, we naturally tend to focus on our mistakes, and we tend to forget our successes. So we rehash a 1 star review and...

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How to super-boost your efficiency

How to super-boost your efficiency

Why do some people produce a huge amount of work in the same amount of time most others struggle to get anything done? Cal Newport’s answer is simple: Deep Work – which gave the title to his best-selling book. What is Deep Work? It’s the opposite of shallow work. By...

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Increasing Profit with a Patient Reactivation Specialist

Increasing Profit with a Patient Reactivation Specialist

As the economy slows and veterinary practices report an average of a 10% decline in patient visits, now may be the best time to add a Patient Reactivation Specialist to your team. What is patient reactivation? It’s the process of reaching out to pet owners whose pets...

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Case study: A 3 Doctor practice in the Midwest

Case study: A 3 Doctor practice in the Midwest

Dr. B launched a start-up practice in the suburbs of a Midwest city. His vision was to provide a low-stress environment for his team members and a high level of customer service for his clients. After looking into different competing options, he decided that Chronos...

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Make every day count with the 1-2-3 system

Make every day count with the 1-2-3 system

I recently discovered a technique to ensure you do the most important things every single day. Invented by best-selling author Greg McKeown who wrote the book (“Essentialism”), it’s called the 1-2-3 system. Do 1 essential task Every morning, ask yourself: if I did...

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What kind of leader are you?

What kind of leader are you?

Do you know which type of leader you are? There are transactional leaders and transformational leaders. Rather than going through a long formal description of each, let’s go through an informal bulleted list of the main features of each. Suggestion: you may want to...

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Better than resolutions

Better than resolutions

For most people, the beginning of a New Year is a time to pick new goals, choose new habits, and commit to resolutions. And most fail miserably. A select few prefer a better strategy. They focus on a single word that symbolizes their main goal, and the entire upcoming...

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A tip worth half a million dollars

A tip worth half a million dollars

In 1918, Charles Schwab wrote Ivy Lee a check for half a million dollars (in today’s dollars). Why? To thank him for a simple piece of advice you can get today for free by reading below!Schwab, the founder of Bethlehem Steel, hired Lee, a publicity expert and the...

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How to keep employees happy

How to keep employees happy

There are 3 simple keys to keep employees happy. This is the conclusion of a Harvard Business Review article* based on years of research by several authors. Here are the 3 secrets. 1. A compelling vision When employees embrace the vision of the owners of the company,...

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Should you create a not-to-do list?

Should you create a not-to-do list?

There are things you should do, or need to do, and there are things you should stop doing.To help you create a not-to-do list, try to answer the 10 following questions: 1. What activities will you say no to?Think of initiatives and activities that you committed to,...

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