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Consultant Tip: Be a Good Listener
One secret of good human relations to to ask questions, but to also be a good listener. People can tell when you are listening and they can also tell when you are truly interested in them and what they are saying.Encourage the other person to talk about themselves and to share their interests and...  Read More
Consultant Tip: Relationships in Business
Teddy Roosevelt said, "the most important ingredient in the success formula is knowing how to get along with people," Research has consistently shown that technical training is important, butthere is another side to business.Most of the success in service businesses is due to skills in human...  Read More
Consultant Tip: Educating Patients
There are many direct ways to educate patients. Seeing is believing and what we see carries much more impact and is more convincing than what we hear. We remember only about 10% of what we hear and about 85% of what we see. Use visual aids to back up what you say. Intraoral cameras, photos, models,...  Read More
Consultant Tip: Patient Relations
One of the things patients appreciate more than anything else is being remembered and called by their name. If you want a positive and immediate response from someone, just use his name. Our friends know us by name, but strangers don't, so if you call a patient by his name, this is really acting...  Read More
The Right (and WRONG) Time To Hire A Dental Marketing Consultant
Is there a right and wrong time to hire a Dental marketing consultant? Absolutely… but not necessarily for the reasons you might think! In this article I’m going to show you 8 criteria that can help you avoid making a disastrous business decision. In addition to the 8 criteria listed,...  Read More
Need Your Feedback - Please Shower Me with Questions, Derisions, et. al.
To be honest, I've been a derelict blogger of late. This blog has not been kept up as much as I'd like it to be. Looking back, I've noticed several posts have received a surprising number of views but with little or no feedback. I doubt this is because my posts are profoundly overwhelming or...  Read More
The Practice "Sharing" Arrangement
Soooo...You've got a friend, classmate, or personal doctor reference that is seeking to "share" practice space but maintain two or more legally independent practices under a common roof?This may look flexible, inexpensive, and/or easy but you really need to invest the time to think through the back...  Read More
If a Patient Does Not Have Insurance, Do Not Mention It
When talking to patients about their needed dental treatment and financial arrangements, one of the first things we notice is whether or not they have dental insurance. It is very good if they do, of course, and this makes our job easier.However, if they do not have insurance you can make a patient...  Read More
If You Promise Some Patients the Moon, They Won't Believe You
One of the most difficult things in human relations is convincing the pessimist they need something (including good dentistry).Many patients have experienced failure with their past treatments and have privately given up hope that anything can be successful. This is the reason they do not follow...  Read More
For Explosive Facebook Engagement… Use Entertaining Infographics and Images
A Sizzling Six-Part Series for Souping-Up Your Facebook Strategies!Want to learn how to get MORE Engagement, MORE Likes, MORE Shares, MORE Comments and Generate MORE Referrals from Facebook? Follow these simple steps for using images to create more engaging, eye-popping presence on this amazing...  Read More
Standardized Sequence for Handling Requests to Break or Cancel an Appointment
Standardized Sequence for Handling Requests to Break or Cancel an AppointmentWhen you are speaking to a patient or someone who calls for a patient and they want to break an appointment, there are certain steps to follow. The first step is to get the person on the telephone that has the...  Read More

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