122. Motivate Your Staff, Build Better Patient Relationships and More with Jim Cathcart

121. Effective Content Marketing for Dental Practice Owners with Alexi Neocleous

What New Dentists Should Do Now to Retire Later

We are undergoing a lot of turbulence. There’s a lot of upheaval in the dental profession and healthcare overall. It’s being consolidated. There’s lots of big money that has found medicine and dentistry. They can source capital and just come on like gangbusters and consolidate practices, add marketing, expand hours, and then hire young dentists that are laden with debt …

6 Copywriting Secrets Dentists Can Use to Supercharge Their Content Marketing

Content marketing has been a big topic of conversation since social media really hit the scene. As dentists, we know that we should be creating content to reach new patients and establish our expertise, but it can often be confusing. How do we know when it’s working? Content marketing often cannot be measured in terms of Key Performance Indicator’s or …

120. Plan B For Dentists At All Stages In Their Career with Dr David Phelps

5 Keys to Making the Gear Change from Self-Employed to Business Owner

Something I hear brought up a lot in the dental world lately is the idea of creating a “true business”. I’m all for that. Let’s dive in… The Three Kinds of Dental Practices I really see three kinds of practices that come across my path. The first is a start-up practice still in its infancy. The dentist may be working …

119. 5 Keys to Transition to True Business Ownership

6 Financial Mistakes Dentists Make (And How to Fix Them)

We’re rounding up on the end of the financial year here in Australia, which means that businesses across the country are turning their attention to taxes. When we think about our dental practices as a vehicle for wealth creation, it’s important to ensure that you have all your ducks in a row. If you don’t have a comprehensive financial plan …

118. End Of Financial Year Tips For Dentists with Accountant Adrian Hill