Sarah E. Miller is a freelance writer, dabbler, and collaborator. She spends her days writing for various blogs, helping creative people expand their visions, and putting big ideas into action.
Being open to patient feedback while providing the best care possible is important for growth, and with eight locations specializing in all aspects of gastroenterology, GI Georgia is a continuously evolving practice. Kim Sellers, Front Office Schedule Manager, understands the value of truly listening to patients and is grateful to have Luma Health to help capture that value along the way.
Time management is probably the most important tool in any clinic. What kind of time issues were you faci...
There are few things as wonderful as throwing a surprise party for your guest of honor. The payoff is great (especially the look on their faces in mid-surprise!) and there is nothing but love in the room. The party may look effortless, however, throwing a surprise party is anything but. Unlike regular events, a surprise party requires a lot of planning, quick thinking, and good friends who will corroborate your story as to not blow the cover. Here are some important things to consider while t...
A comprehensive list of the bad and the ugly of living a creative life.
Take a look around: Working remotely is almost as commonplace as the traditional 9-to-5. Coffee shops are filled, co-working spaces are being rented out, and having a home office is a must.
Employers are quickly realizing that the drive-to-work grind isn’t for everyone. Offering flex or remote opportunities works with many lifestyles. However, though there are pros to working at home, the thought of working remotely may cause pause. Blending your home and work life together can easily be a di...
There’s no question about it: you’ve worked tremendously hard to be where you are right now. The long hours, the sacrifices you’ve had to make with family and friends – these have all added up in a big way. There were no shortcuts or quick fixes on your road to success, and now it’s time to take your company to the next level.
One of the most pivotal steps in expanding your business is hiring your first employee.
It’s not just about finding impressive qualifications either. Since it’s your fi...
Failing monumentally at something does not feel good. It’ll likely keep you up at night for weeks. And when it’s a business idea, you’ve invested time, money, and huge amounts of effort. Not to rain on your parade, but 90% of startups fail for a variety of reasons. Some are obvious rookie mistakes, while others can only be learned from hindsight.
This statistic alone should discourage most of us from pursuing our goals, but it, in fact, makes u...
*Voice Recorded by a Voice Actor for Mediums Membership Program
In Late February, the whispers of spring are in Seattle. The low light filters into the basement window and hits my eyeball as I rise into consciousness. I creak my aching 30-something, out-of-shape body out of bed and peek outside. Little sprouts of dewy grass shake off their blades in the gray dawn. A single bird chirps in the distance. This is my home. This is the Pacific Northwest. The same aquatic city that I had lived in for the past ten years.
Having a sleep disorder is no joke. Problems with sleep affect us on a deep level, throwing our natural rhythms out of whack. California Sleep Solutions checks all the boxes for a well-run practice. To keep the patients comfortable, they have cozy hotel room-like sleep labs, a well-informed staff, and constant communication to ensure success.
In charge of marketing and patient services is Krystyna Castle. Part of Krystyna’s job is doing patient follow up to make sure all is going smoothly. Ch...
2.5 million FB followers, 526K twitter followers
Let’s get this out of the way first: Ghosting is crappy etiquette. There’s no real, concrete excuse for it, except perhaps pure, unadulterated laziness with a touch of cruelty.
We take for granted how much technology has changed the way we interact with people. We are humans first, but it seems we may be conflict-avoiding robots second. Efficiency and avoidance reign supreme in this futuristic dating world of 2017, and because of how easy it is to disregard anything and everything, common courtesy has now become painfully underutilized.
Three separate interviews and write-ups for Journeys Magazine for Innovation Park located in Penn State University. One is within the tech space with Lindsey Fairman (creator of an app), Ed Gannon (Structural Engineer for Urban Engineers), Jeremy Turnpin (Electromagnetics)
This is the number of people that have clicked on my essay.
Did I think I would be a statistic? Yes and no. Consciously no, I thought that I would become rich and famous like everyone who grew up within an hour of Hollywood did. Subconsciously, with my humanities degree, affinity towards the creative arts, general confusion about what it takes to really make it in this world, lack of trade skills (but an abundance of interpersonal ones, please hire me), it happened. I moved back in with my mother at...