A business in its early stages gets off to a good start by keeping it simple until a flow is started.
For many years dentists thought it was unprofessional to advertise their dental clinics to the public.
Dental clinics were not viewed as business entities that could place coupons and deals in printed media, radio, television and the internet.
Long gone are these archaic views of the professional community.
You compete in the minds of the public with automobiles that identify with your personality, dream vacations and many other must haves that bombard the mind minute by minute.
Keeping it simple does not mean sitting on your hands doing nothing. What it does mean is using basic fundamental actions to get your show on the road and well known.
Simplicity has its place in all forms of business.
The most complex parts of your operation boiled down to basic and fundamental parts are easier to understand and handle.
Even in the process of rebuilding a business that has gone downhill for years, you can get back on your feet with simple actions that are easily understood by everyone involved in the rebuilding campaign.
Take responsibility for your current condition to improve upon it.
Look at your current situation then look again to find the solutions to bring about an increase.
The second look will reveal things not seen going about your daily routine.
Review the simple things done and evaluate them as though you are discovering them for the first time.
Too often the position is taken all is known about a problem without in depth study of the problem at hand.
To review something as though it’s the first time inspecting it uncovers new data that resolves your problem.
Simple things show the essence of a thing’s true nature.
The beauty of a young mind is the revelation what is not obvious is unknown.
The detriment of a mature mind is pre-conceived notions there is no more to be known about something you have been in evolved in for years.
New talent coming into your operation is a very good thing in the discovery of solutions.
Keeping it simple will reveal what must be done to improve the conditions of your business.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.biz