Have you ever thought that by completing employee performance reviews you could become a better leader, and in return, foster a better company? A few months ago, during an employee performance review, a few questions came to me that I don’t usually ask. The answers shocked me!
The reason Americans are accepting of the widening gap between the rich and everyone else is national conceit and lottery mentality. As business owners, we need to trade these mentalities for ones that allow us to invest in a purpose and help ourselves as we help others.
Chickens live in flocks. All flocks of domestic chickens will establish a pecking order—a hierarchy establishing status and used to maintain control over the flock. For centuries, this top-down hierarchy has been observed and we’ve seen it implemented throughout human history from social status to military ranks and even within the workplace. Being the youngest of ten children, this environment of hierarchy is easily relatable to me. But does this top-down power flow breed the greatest environment for creativity and production within your company?
Knowing the factors that correlate with higher rankings in Google is pretty significant to say the least. Like James Parsons from AudienceBloom said, “If you understand how Google determines the rankings of its search results, you can influence the way your own content ranks, gaining a significant advantage over your competitors.”
There are tons of strategies out there to increase search engine optimization (SEO), but if you’re new to building SEO campaigns, you might have a hard time determining what is tried-and-true and worth your precious time. Allow us to help you close the gap between knowing SEO is important and doing something to build it for your company’s success. With a lot of research, SEO experience of our own, and a marketing team on our side, we’ve broken down the three pillars of SEO in 2016 to help you structure an SEO campaign that provides real results.
The thought of constraints and “impossible” things has the power to keep you bound to the status quo as a professional. There’s a more productive outlook that can potentially transform your enterprise. It starts with a little audacity.
It is a simple question about perspective. I have been on both ends. I remember the days of being a poor student struggling to keep a dime in the checking account. The anticipation for that paycheck from the part-time job that I fit into the evenings between ten hours of school and four more hours of studying before my face hit the pillow, was like water in the desert. I longed for it, I needed it, and I couldn’t wait to have it, because I HAD to have it to survive.
As the cold and flu seasons begin to take their toll, you’re probably in a panic trying to avoid such distress. The last thing you can afford is to get sick. Actually, the last thing you can afford is for your team to get sick. If you have a cold or catch a cold, we’ve got what you need to get you back in the saddle and prevent the cold virus from taking over your office.
The trick to increasing collections is reducing broken appointments and no-shows by shifting your patients’ priorities. The stratagem in shifting priorities is more about laying out the truth and importance of care more than anything, but there’s a bit more strategy involved to successfully achieve the goal.
What you eat plays a big role in determining your disease risks, but did you know that it also has a huge affect on your state of mind? As the leader of your team, your mood sets the precedent for the day; performance starts and ends with you. Luckily, an instant jolt of happiness is just a spoonful away. Keep these good mood foods on hand and boost the energy that drives production and customer relations within your business. It’s just that simple.