95. Avoid Bad Habits in Small Business with Dr Tyson Franklin

7 Financial Resolutions To Kickstart 2018


Dentists are generally a hardworking bunch. On any given day, we’re found buried deep in clinical practice. We’re all over restorations, new patient numbers, and Mrs Smith’s new dentures. Our personal finances, however? Mmm. I’ve found dentists can sometimes be their own worst enemy. While we generate great cashflow, we don’t use the cash well. We make less than ideal …

94. Money Mastery Tips for Dentists with Jordan Goodman

1 Important Investment Every Dentist Should Make


As the new year rolls around, it’s typical to review our investment priorities. This may find you checking the rear view mirror for areas to improve. You might also find cause to high five yourself. Regardless of the view, mapping a way forward – and the investment you’ll make – in the ensuing year is a priority for most of …

93. Become a High Performance Dental Practice Owner with Dr Emily Letran

92. Simple Tips for Great Social Media for Dental Practices with Mark Warncken

5 Surprisingly Simple Tips That Make Social Media Easy


Social media has changed the game in dental business. It’s no longer enough for dentists to rely on patient loyalty and quality care as their sole marketing strategy. It just won’t cut it when it comes to generating new patients…and keeping them. Part of any dentist’s approach to marketing must now include a sharp social media plan. “That’s great”, I …

10 Savvy Dentist Lessons That Lead to Dental Business Mastery


Dental business is not always easy. In fact, some days it’s tough. On those days the human comes out in us all. We look for silver bullets and magic wands. Sadly, these don’t exist. Except in Clint Eastwood westerns and Harry Potter books. Dental business mastery is more a case of fundamentals over flair. And that’s a good thing. It …

91. 10 Biggest Business Insights of 2017 for Dental Practice Success

3 Interesting Questions Every Dentist Should Ask Before 2018


It’s nearly 2018 and if you’re a dentist, I suggest it’s time to look up from the treatment chair. While Christmas carols might try to convince us it’s the most wonderful year, when you’re hard at it in dental business, feeling jolly might just be a stretch. As 2018 rises up, you might wonder: “How do I start future casting? …