Jay Geiereditorial@drbicuspid.comPractice SalesIs it time to sell your team on an updated vision?Where do you see your practice in one year? In two years? In 10 years? You might have a vision for where you want your practice to go, writes Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier, but when was the last time you refreshed this vision? He offers some ideas to help your practice thriveJanuary 30, 2018Dental PracticeThe intentional calendar2018 is right around the corner. How can you ensure that it will be a successful year? Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier uses a simple tool you probably have in your office already -- a calendar. A successful year, he writes, includes much more than just your practice's patient schedule.December 12, 2017Dental Practice4 steps to set your 2018 goalsGoals give you a defined destination, writes Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier. Sometimes it may seem challenging to determine your goals -- and to commit to them. He shares a few steps that will help ensure you are setting the right type of goals to get you on the road in 2018.November 28, 2017Dental Practice3 times to ask for a referralTo attract new patients to your practice, referrals are still the most cost-effective way to obtain these patients, according to Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier. He outlines a strategy that everyone in your office can follow to help your referral numbers grow.November 7, 2017Dental Practice6 ways to get your practice into a New York state of mindIf you could pick one word to describe New York City residents, what would you choose? Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier chooses the word "intentional," as in they move quickly and efficiently. He offers six tips to bring this energy and efficiency to your practice.October 10, 2017Dental PracticeWhat's the rush?We've all the heard the phrase "time flies when you're having fun." You find that your energy level is up, your mind is firing on all cylinders, and even your interactions are more positive. Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier offers five steps to keep that feeling going and to use it to help your practice grow.August 15, 2017Dental PracticeThe law of attractionHave you heard of the law of attraction? Basically, whatever you are moving toward is also moving toward you. But what does this mean for your practice and your patients? Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier asks, what and who are you attracting?August 1, 2017Dental PracticeThe importance of being all-in with new patientsAs was shown during the NBA Finals, for a team to succeed, it has to be all-in. But what does this mean for your practice and your patients. Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier asks, are you really doing everything you can for your practice? Are you all-in?June 20, 2017Dental PracticeHow to stand out among your competitionIf you bought a fancy new piece of equipment for your practice, how would you describe it to your patients? Would you call it by its technical name and leave it at that? Or would you emphasize all of its cool features and benefits to them? Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier votes for the latter and also recommends applying the same approach to market yourself and your practice.June 7, 2017Dental PracticeOne surprising thing effective leaders do wellWhat does being a leader mean to you? You may think it means always being at the front of the line. But in real life, every great leader begins as an excellent follower, writes Scheduling Institute President Jay Geier. Embracing the role of follower to someone who can challenge you to reach your full potential is the first step toward becoming a great leader.May 23, 2017Page 1 of 7Next PageTop StoriesLegal IssuesPatient data possibly stolen in cyberattack on Aspen DentalPatient personal data may have been taken in a ransomware attack on TAG - The Aspen Group’s dental service organization Aspen Dental.Legal IssuesWoman accused of reselling $270K in stolen dental itemsIndustry UpdatesDentist, Moto Guzzi master engineer Dr. John A. Wittner diesDental HygieneHow to create your own path in dental hygieneSponsor ContentWe care about what you think.