In all my years of being either an employee, leader or consultant, the one thing I believed to be consistent was that eventually I’d be able to work with almost anyone. No one gets there 100% of the time unless they’re the ultimate leader; even then they might get lip service and be ignored once the person leaves.


30-year friends!

In the early years I didn’t think it took all that much skill, but over time I realized the way I worked was more of an anomaly than I’d ever dreamed of. I think it all comes down to 3 relatively easy steps; at least they’re easy for me.
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Some years ago I wrote a post asking if you as a leader or an entrepreneur feel that others treat you as a professional. It was an article that gave readers a chance to complain about how they’re treated, which doesn’t happen often, in discussing the behavior of others towards them, justified or not.

professional entrepreneur
professional me

Even though that’s a major issue for some of us, we have to ask ourselves if we act like professionals. Do we offer respect to our clients… whether they deserve it or not?

I believe everyone should have to earn respect. I also believe that more leaders and consultants need to earn the right to be seen as a professional. I’ve met a lot of people over the years who feel that because they have a title or a business certificate that they’re professionals and should be seen that way. Unfortunately, it goes further than that. To keep it short, let’s look at 5 points.
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I believe all of us have it within ourselves to be extremely successful. Some people get there while others don’t. I can’t say that I’m successful yet, though I’ve had some very good times, enough to keep me a relatively happy guy.

successful people
Flash Alexander from Pixabay

What holds many of us back from being successful? Usually it’s one of three things.
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Every Monday is another beginning, another change to say it’s time to look at all the “clutter” that’s patient accounting and clean some of it up. These are the types of thing that should probably occur throughout the year, but most people either don’t have the time or the reason for making some steps towards changing for positive results.

medical business office
David Mark from Pixabay

The beginning of a new year is a great time to consider making some changes, but any time, especially the beginning of a new week, is a good time to take a good look at your processes, in order to be more effective and efficient as time goes on. Below are ten things to look at to begin examining your patient accounting office processes, whether you’re in a hospital, physician’s office, or whatever:
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Many years ago, when I was watching a lot of television, there was a very funny commercial that was popular. It was a Miller Lite commercial, where a guy and his girlfriend were sitting in a bar. He had an arm around her and his other hand was wrapped around his beer.


John R Perry via Pixabay

She asks him if she and his dog were about to go over a cliff, who would he save; he says her. She asks the same about his mother and he gives the same answer. She then asks about his beer; he pauses, then asks how high the cliff is. Thinking about it still makes me laugh; I have a weird sense of humor sometimes. 🙂
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