I hope this issue
finds you well! The weeks go by so
quickly don’t they? I’ve had a bit of a clumsy week
for some reason. I know I shouldn’t be allowed
near super glue, I’ve never been very good with it.
I remember when I was a child, my mother stuck her
finger and thumb together and tried to separate them
with a knife. Perhaps this super glue trait has been
passed on. I started taking a graphics course at the
local college. I enjoy web design as a hobby and
wanted to learn more about graphics.
Anyway, somehow I
stuck my mid-term project to the
desk with super glue, and when I pulled it off it
left a big piece of purple construction paper stuck
to the desk. Not just stuck to the desk, but somehow
it had became part of the desk. I was really scared what the instructor
would say. The girl at the desk next to me just laughed and laughed. I
laughed too, because I do when I’m nervous….
Anyway, I slipped
out of class and ran to Staples
to find some glue dissolving potion, but they didn’t have any. Then I
drove to Home Depot where they sold me some “magic stuff”… Well anyway,
to cut a long story short, I applied the “magic stuff” which stunk to
high heaven, and the fumes got the attention of the instructor…who came
by to see “what was going on”. I had by this time scraped some of the
paper off the desk, but not all of it. Fortunately he just smiled and
said “don’t worry about it”. Thank goodness!
So, if you’re
anything like me, stay away from glue,
especially super glue.
share it with you today.
in the medical transcription world, people
are not quick to raise their rates. Everybody is scared that the doctor
will find another transcriptionist.
applies to you, the best thing to do is to
raise your smaller accounts first, one by one. If
you have a nice doctor and you have established a
good account relationship, raising your rates should
not be a problem.
should you raise your rates?
keep an eye on the big companies that have
loads of accounts. They generally charge more. I
tend to keep my rates in line with them. I usually
raise my rate every 2-3 years. At the moment I charge 13 cents a line.
Most of my friends are charging 12 cents per line. It depends what the
going rate is in your area of course.
decide to raise your rates, give a 30 day
notice that this is about to happen.
when you are looking for accounts
not to target just hospitals and physicians’
offices. Here are some more ideas:
this gives you some new ideas.
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flatten. Bake 10-12 minutes, or until golden. Remove from pan and
Well, that’s it for this week. Hope you have a
GREAT weekend and SAFE and HAPPY week!
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