138. High Performance Business Tips with Jamie Fitzgerald

How to Manage Time, Beat Procrastination, and Get Stuff Done

  If you find that you generally create good results for yourself but you struggle to hit ‘great’ territory, it might be procrastination holding you back. Often the differentiator between people that can consistently hit great results is that they have the ability to do what needs to be done, whether they feel like it or not. If you feel …

137. Boost Your Productivity And Kick Procrastination To The Curb with Eric M Twiggs

5 Guidelines to Follow to Scale Excellence

  I often find myself talking about the dentist that holds onto his or her dental practice with a white-knuckle grip. Everything needs to go through the business owner and it creates a bottleneck. It also makes it impossible for the business owner to step away from the business for holidays or personal reasons. Often the reason this happens is …

136. Keys To Scaling Excellence with Grant Menzies

The 3 Differences Between a Cosmetic Dental Practice and General Dentistry (And The 3 Secrets to Success)

    If you are a dentist that owns your own practice, you wouldn’t be alone if you had considered adding some cosmetic dental services to your roster. Even if you are running a traditional, general practice, the idea of those high-value cosmetic patients is tempting. However, it is important to know that opening a cosmetic dental practice or expanding …

135. Expert Tips For High-End Cosmetic Dentistry Services With Dr Luke Cronin

The Three Rest Stops on the Road to a More Valuable Practice

  If you own a dental practice, you probably have a similar dream to me. You want your dental practice to be successful – to the point where it can function without your constant input so you can go on vacation, spend some time with the family, and maybe even retire early one day. However, often I find that the …

134. Improving Cash Flow In Your Practice with Justin Krane

Identify And Manage Risk In Your Dental Practice Now to Protect the Future

  Identifying and managing risk is something every business should do at least once every six months. Identifying risks is a moving goalpost that changes as the marketplace changes, patient health demographics change, new regulations pass, and new competition moves in down the street. Carving out some time twice a year to sit down and target the top five or …