Are You Annoying Your Customers?

Posted by on Oct 1, 2017 in Success!Ezine For You

You work hard to provide goods or services to the public and enjoy interacting with your customers. But is your communication style or that of your staff annoying them? Your intentions may be good — you think you’re just being friendly, but your customers may view your approach as too personal. Evaluate the way you’re…

Fill The Empty Nest

Posted by on Sep 1, 2017 in Success!Ezine For You

As your kids go off to college, join the military, or make other moves to start on their way in life, you’ll feel “the empty nest”. Things just don’t feel the right without your youngsters underfoot, and you can’t quite figure out what to do with yourself. But these feelings of loss don’t have to…

The Personal View Of Professional You

How do your patients view you “as a person”? Is the personal image you project the one you want to portray? For many clinicians, your professional effectiveness may rely upon being a “blank screen.” But the reality is that you can’t completely avoid revealing some distinctive aspects of yourself and your personality, especially if you…

Manipulators Managing You?

Posted by on Aug 1, 2017 in Success!Ezine For You

There are lots of folks who want something from you because of your success. They come in all shapes and sizes, and can be skilled manipulators who’ll work hard to get what they’re after. High profilers must be mindful of this because of the number of people who want to be in your network, so…

Newcomer Networking

Just opening your practice in the local community? Welcome! Newcomer networking should be fun as well as informative, so enjoy yourself as you meet new colleagues and learn your way around town. Get Out Of Your Office There are plenty of digital ways to network these days, but “old school” methods still give you an…

Nix Non-Stop Talkers

Posted by on Jul 1, 2017 in Success!Ezine For You

Are you running for the exit because your gabby-mouth co-worker is headed your way? Non-stop talkers plague the people around them because they’re unrelenting and don’t pick up on behavioral cues that usually tell people you’ve grown weary of listening to them. Don’t be a captive audience for these folks. Get A Word In Edgewise…