Bulletproof Dental Practice Podcast Episode 34
Reposted from Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
- There seems to be a lot more opportunity with focusing a new practice in more rural areas.
- Having great chair-side manner is key to success in dentistry. Some of that manner is inherent, but it can be developed with real-world training.
- Solo dentists have great advantages in providing excellent customer experiences, quality, and value.
- Dental corporations bring competition, which in turn makes the entire industry healthier.
- Dental offices never stop needing new patients, nobody keeps their new patients for life.
- Society is changing, but dentistry has been the same cottage industry that it’s been since inception.
- Writing down your goals is a key step in making them happen in your life.
- Partnerships in dentistry are hard. Be very careful when choosing partners for your business.
- Org charts are important. Make sure roles are clear, especially with your partnerships.
- Focus your attention on working “on” your business, instead of working “in” your business. Don’t wait to plan your business until the end of the week, do it first.
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