Archive for the ‘ Self-motivation ’ Category
Wait Before You Judge The Moment
“Do not judge the moment because once you judge it good or bad you limit it from being something else.” ~ Jay Shetty The other day I was watching Jay Shetty in an interview (see link below if you do not know who he is) and he was talking about how often we limit the […]
Prosperity and 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, […]
Do You Work In A Medical Practice? How is it going?
As many of you know, I work in a medical practice. Things are quite different now as we are reopening and trying to keep everyone safe practicing physical distancing and extra sanitization of the office as each patient leaves the practice. There is a lot of new practices and protocols we are having to figure […]
In the midst of COVID-19 and so many people being laid off last year, I have found several employers that are “Essential” who had to furlough employees. Now they are ready to open their business to some extent and are finding that their employees do not want to come back to work. Some are due […]
Accept The Challenge?
+ Add New Category I was listening to Ryan Holiday’s Daily Stoic video the other day and he happened to mention this quote above by Viktor Frankl and it really spoke to my heart. We cannot change many of the situations we have been encountering during the pandemic, so what can we do? We must […]
Finding Positive Thoughts During Difficult Times
Starting each day with a positive outlook is wonderful, but it is not always easy to do, especially right now during our global concerns and sicknesses. In fact, when things are not going well in our life, our family, community, and world we can have a very difficult time being positive. But if we take […]
Humor in the Workplace
Our work lives can be so stressful on a daily basis and we know that stress is very harmful to our physical and mental wellbeing. My workplace is no different. One thing that I try to remember throughout the day is to have fun. Now, maybe what I am doing is not fun, but I […]
How to Release Anxiety and Stay Present
Happy Wednesday to you all! I have been blogging for 11 years now and it has been such a great adventure as I have met many of you. Now I haven’t personally met you but many of us have become blogging friends and even connected through other social media platforms where we have shared pictures […]
How Is Your Medical Practice Working?
As many of you know I have been a Practice Management Consultant for many years. I also work with my partners Rem Jackson and Dr. Peter Wishnie at Top Practices. One of the biggest struggles we come across when working with our doctors is them having the time to come up with solutions to many […]
What I Know About The Unknown
I was talking with the owner of a small business the other day and they expressed that they had been struggling with the question of trying to expand and grow their business or to keep things as they are. When I asked what were their weighing factors to making the decision, they were very honest […]