Entries by The Madow Brothers

Why Are Concerts Better Than Sporting Events?

What’s better – a concert or a sporting event? Tough question. Here in Baltimore (home of The Madow Center For Dental Practice Success World Headquarters) we are lucky to have a plethora of both. There is a great music scene here with a huge variety of venues that attracts everyone from the largest acts in the […]

Marketing and Management Ideas for August

Today we are going to hear from Lead Coach Betty Hayden! Betty specializes in working with both doctor and team to grow production, lower overhead, increase collections, foster accountability, and generate referrals. She also knows dentistry should be fun – and today she will offer up some ways to put smiles on everyone’s faces while growing […]

Kind Of A Stupid Dental Phrase

We’ve heard it recommended by many dental “practice management experts” and have witnessed it being uttered in offices across the country – but that doesn’t make it right! It’s a phrase said by the scheduling coordinator and involves “block scheduling” – for example, having a scheduling strategy that places the most productive procedures in the […]

June Marketing and Management Tips from Betty!

We often hear that things slow down in June. Here are some tips to keep your patients engaged during the summer months. Marketing Tips & Ideas: Theme: “Cruise On In For Better Dental Health.” With summer vacations on everyone’s minds, let’s join right in! Service/Product Feature: Sealants, Mouthguards, Oral Cancer Screenings, Cleanings, and Exams. Gift Basket […]

Feels Like The First Time

Have you ever seen a great speaker, teacher, or stand-up comedian? One of their important skills is to make it seem like whatever they are saying is somewhat spontaneous and they are saying it for the first time. A top-notch comedian makes a quip or a subtle facial expression and it seems like it’s just […]

Coaches Corner – R U their? Your needed. Too times.

Dear Friend and Subscriber, With e-mail, texting and instant messaging being the preferred form of communication for the young generation (actually for every generation!), a new crop of abbreviations have popped up, and getting things grammatically correct seems to have taken a back seat to speed. Unfortunately, we have seen some very sloppy office-to-patient communications, […]