“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.” — Albert Einstein
Money is necessary to put up and run a practice — we can’t argue with that. But, it is not the be-all and end-all. The money supports our basic needs, goals, and security, but it cannot create a purpose in and of itself — and that’s what I want to talk about today.
In this episode, I will share with you things that are not necessarily money-centered but can provide a significant impact on your business and even drive profits. These key indicators that aren’t focused on a dollar figure but are profit-magnets will keep you, and your staff performs at their best.
Tune in and find solutions to common practice issues at Prescriptions for Your Practice.
- “If we treat money as a math game, we lose track of what really drives profits.”
- “If a business is human-centered, you can have all of the profits that you want. But if a business is profit-centered, then you’ll end up invariably taking advantage of people.”
- “Trust, enthusiasm, and value are all emotional events. And employees’ morale and motivation drive productivity. Your energy and focus and stack of skills drive business growth.”
- “A bad day for you can turn into a rut, and a rut can turn into a pit.”
- “You can’t expect your team to be enthusiastic about their job if you’re checked out. The tone is set at the top.”
- “You should be mindful about what you’re putting into your eyes and your ears.”
- “The key components of a strong culture are safety, hope, optimism, resiliency, and efficacy.”
- “What keeps you enthusiastic will keep you productive.”
- “Referrals are the most viable thing in your business.”
- “Case acceptance starts at the moment somebody hears about you.”
- “A strong referral system can double or triple your marketing return on investment.”
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