Things To Think About When Buying Computer Equipment For Your Medical Practice

Things To Consider When Buying Computers For Your Medical Practice

Money can be tight when you're starting up your medical practice or small business, and it can be very tempting to save money by buying cheap computers -  but this decision can end up costing you more in the long run in terms of lost productivity and early equipment replacement. TLDR; Buy the most powerful … Continue reading Things To Consider When Buying Computers For Your Medical Practice

Know Your Limitations

What’s Your Reputation Worth? Why It’s Okay To Say “I Can’t Do That”…

When I started freelancing and consulting, back when I was young, good-looking, idealistic and proudly rode my Brontosaurus to work, I made the same mistakes as many budding freelancers and consultants -  I accepted work that I really shouldn't have because I wanted to ensure that next paycheck. Hey, don't judge me! Do you have any … Continue reading What’s Your Reputation Worth? Why It’s Okay To Say “I Can’t Do That”…

How Not To Apply To Guest Post (And 5 Tips To Avoid The Circular Filing Cabinet)

I received the above application to guest post on my blog this morning, which set my teeth on edge. Everything about this generic, impersonal, templated application is an insult to the owner of any blog that receives it, and it would have ended up in the virtual circular filing cabinet if I'd had my morning coffee and wasn't feeling … Continue reading How Not To Apply To Guest Post (And 5 Tips To Avoid The Circular Filing Cabinet)

Evernote

Developer Productivity Tip – Evernote As A Searchable, Portable Code Snippet Repository

One of the coolest things about developing especially when working with an open source product like WordPress, is that if you have a problem the chances are that someone else has already developed a solution for it. Need a piece of code to prevent YouTube videos from overriding your theme and messing up your content? … Continue reading Developer Productivity Tip – Evernote As A Searchable, Portable Code Snippet Repository

20 Tips for creating fresh ideas

We all need fresh ideas. From our personal lives to our blogs, from business to entertainment, rehashing old ideas gets, well old, and very quickly. It’s good to have variety, it’s great to have spice and it’s even better when we come up with an idea that nobody else has, or is implementing. Those kind … Continue reading 20 Tips for creating fresh ideas

Guest Post: Aaron Wall – Tips on using video in SEO

I have a special treat for you guys today. Aaron Wall of SEO Book has done a special guest post for O'Flaherty with tips about using video in your SEO. Enjoy! I think video is a huge boon in many markets. It does an especially strong job of conveying trust to get people to want … Continue reading Guest Post: Aaron Wall – Tips on using video in SEO

Email makes communicating easier! Right?

Email is supposed to make communication more efficient. Yeah right! Most people don't know how to use email effectively and the result is multiple time consuming emails being sent to clarify what would have been communicated in 15 seconds on the phone. IT Security has posted "Hacking Email: 99 Email Security and Productivity Tips". The … Continue reading Email makes communicating easier! Right?