Posted on August 1, 2012
We recently climbed to a new height at Aribex. It involves the number 10K. More news about this mighty number will be released next week! … Since I’m sure we’re not the only one who likes to support races for a cause, I thought I’d share my personal “Prepare for Race-Day” List. This list focuses on the few days before the race happens, leaving the weeks of training to the experts:
Posted on July 30, 2012
Since Aribex purchased a grill, life at work has become a lot more exciting. Company togetherness just keeps getting better and better. As a continuation of management’s commitment to keep everyone interacting and familiar with each other, especially with all …
Posted on July 17, 2012
… the situation brought two things to my mind: As a patient, how nice it is to go to my own dentist and observe the staff having a good time and keeping a reduced-stress environment, seasoned with appropriate humor. It puts me at ease. How much does this affect the patient experience and what I like to call the “referability” of the office (whether or not others will want to refer you)? Second, as a business professional, what are some actual ways to be daring in your office – in ways that actually help grow the business?
Posted on June 26, 2012
You don’t have to have your name stamped on a line of products in order to have your own personal brand. Your brand is how you and your business interact with people…. Since you already have a brand, why not manage it and promote it properly? Here some ways to you can establish and control your brand:
Posted on June 18, 2012
Here’s a glimpse into the afternoon of past, triumphal, bottle-rocket feats with Aribex:
Posted on May 24, 2012
My mother was petrified of dentists, but she went anyway, mostly as an example to me. She didn’t want her son growing up with the same dentophobia she had, so every six months I was in that chair following a hearty, if insincere, lecture on how neat it was to have your teeth cleaned.
Posted on May 17, 2012
It’s not about you. …
Your customers don’t care about you. … They care about what you have to offer them. What they really care about is the total experience that you provide. It’s how they feel after their interaction with you. If it’s great, they’ll tell two people. If it’s horrible, they’ll tell 10.
Posted on May 8, 2012
If you are a dentist, hygienist, office manager, or dental assistant, you are a part of selling the products and services offered by your practice. Of course, it’s not appropriate to try and force a treatment plan on a patient like a used-car salesman, but you can’t shy away from recommending the best treatment plan for each patient, based on their individual needs, because you’re afraid of being too “pushy”.
Posted on May 7, 2012
By: Alicia McCleve Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, Tumblr, Twitter—Social media is slowly taking over the world. If you have yet to join one of the aforementioned social networks, people are going to wonder what is wrong with you. Want …
Posted on May 1, 2012
By: Kimberlee Winterton Appreciation means the world—especially, when it comes unsolicited from a third party. We love it when NOMAD users understand the benefits of our product, probably as much as a dentist loves it when a patient really “gets” …