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Plant One Seed a Day to Grow Your Practice

Depending on your location, your garden may already be planted for the summer, or maybe it has just made it into the ground. Now the summer of TLC lies before you… and hopefully some cooperation from Mother Nature.

Today’s tip is a great way to grow a client garden that won’t rely on Mother Nature to yield huge dividends. I’m going to encourage you to develop a simple habit that will take you no more than a few minutes a day, and will help you build your clientele for your advocacy practice.

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Home Schooling for Advocates and Care Managers

Whether or not you are home with school aged youngsters during this pandemic self-isolation time, it’s a great time to play school!

In this case, I mean… schooling yourself. During this quiet spell, it’s a great idea to prep yourself for the craziness to come as patients begin to realize what they need post-pandemic – you.

Ask yourself: 

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An Important – and Immediate – Pandemic-Related Marketing “Must-Do” for Advocates and Care Managers

Short and to the point today, as we continue to deal with coronavirus, both for our clients, and for keeping our practices afloat…

Of course, it may give a whole new meaning to VIRAL MARKETING! (so to speak!)

Be that as it may…  run, don’t walk, to your AdvoConnection profile, or website, or even your social media profiles, and…

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Use Your Calendar to Make You More Efficient, Effective, Creative, and Successful

People ask me frequently how it is I can be so organized, or how is it I get so much done. The answer is simple:  my calendar.

Granted, my calendar – see above – looks like a mess! I use an Outlook calendar and can see one day at a time, or one week, or one month.

But it’s really not a mess at all. In fact, my calendar is OH SO useful. Because everything is recorded on it – and I do mean everything. From appointments, to reminders, to much of my to-do list. Everything.

I don’t leave anything to my memory that can be recorded on my calendar. Virtually nothing! Anything I need to do repeatedly, or on a certain date, or at a certain time, or even that just needs a memory jog – is on my calendar. That leaves room in my brain for important things as needed.

Today I invite you to begin doing the same. Here are some examples:

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