Unplugging From The World of Information Overload

Unplugging From The World of Information Overload

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Creating greater success and results with less stress by eliminating the unnecessary static in your life. As dentists, we are always learning. We are students of life, and it’s in our nature to strive to always learn the next new or updated procedure. And if a learning opportunity is there we should take advantage of it. But I wanted to share another way of thinking with you that will give you more results and more free time, with less stress. While learning is critical to our ever advancing lives, we are in the age of information overload. With technology encompassing our entire lives through computers, tablets, and smartphones. Any random question that pops in your head, you probably have something in arms reach at all times that you can instantly…
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Finding Thousands Of Your Ideal Patients

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Find out where your ideal patient is already hanging out. Walking the floor at a recent dental convention, I was sparked with some inspiration and wanted to share my insight with you.  So we grabbed my camera and set up (right there on the meeting floor!) and hit record.  Think of it as a ‘field trip’ day. While making my way around the floor at the Hinman Dental Convention in Atlanta, GA I noticed something. Among all of the standard shiny new dental equipment for sale there were several booths for ‘non-dental’ items, like: vacation packages, hand lotion, and of all things…. jewelry.  And to beat it all, these booths were more slammed than all the others. I heard a couple of people making comments about why these’non-dental’ people would…
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My Practice Is Different

My Practice Is Different

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If you're a specialist in the dental field, this article is just for you. If you’re a specialist or have a unique practice situation, I’m talking to you directly on this one. Being a general dentist myself, I often use terms associated with running a general practice. Which leads to specialists or dentists with unusual practice situations reaching out and asking if the marketing and practice growth strategies I share would apply to their specific situation. My objective, no matter what type of practice you have, is to help you to get more patients and fill your schedule. So I’m here to debunk the myth. It doesn’t matter if you’re an orthodontist, periodontist, boutique practice, or endodontist. I’m going to lay it out and be very forth coming with you…
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Utilizing The Prime Real Estate On Facebook

Utilizing The Prime Real Estate On Facebook

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Maximizing your Facebook real estate for little to no cost to grow your practice.   We’ve all heard and know of a little website called Facebook.  For many people (oh, roughly a couple billion) it has almost become a staple in their lives.  Something they look at every day to stay current in their friends’ lives, as their news source, and as a place for recommendations for products and services. While I understand Facebook for personal use isn’t for everyone, it should be for every business.  It can really be an effective tool for any business for so many reasons. So I just have to ask why, WHY isn’t every dentist utilizing this resource for their practice?  Especially when there are many ways to promote your practice for FREE.  I…
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Knowing Your Ideal Patients’ Fears

Knowing Your Ideal Patients’ Fears

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Increase your case conversion by really listening to your patients fears and making yourself the problem solve they need.     If I were to ask you what is the quickest way to connect with your prospects and existing patients to keep them coming back to your office, would you know the answer? Quality care, maybe? What about a modern office? That’s ok if you don’t because I’m going to tell you.  I’ve got some insight of proven techniques that will really connect you with your patients that will make you their dentist, no questions asked. Your patients are all human.  We all share that common trait right?  As humans we all have fears.  Everyone is afraid of something.  Maybe they simply don’t like the dentist, or they’re embarrassed, or…
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