Dr. Ginger Bratzel talks about hitting the reset button on your patient focus.
This week’s video is something that I think every dentist, no matter his or her practice type, would benefit from watching. I’m talking about reframing your focus. This not only means your focus on running a business but also your focus for your patients.
I always talk about knowing your ‘who’. But if you have been in practice for a while, maybe it’s time to step back and reevaluate your ‘who’. I hear a lot about how everything seemed to change in 2008. There was a shift in the economy and the middle class is now smaller. If you are an average bread and butter dentist, your patient market has gotten much smaller. A result of that means your market has become more competitive. Even though that is what is happening, I want you to shape your practice to avoid that competition.
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By stepping back and refocusing on your ideal patient, finding out what they need from you to become their ideal dentist, you can create sustainable long-time growth.
Watch this video I made for you to see how to become your ideal patient’s hero.
- How to remove yourself from the competitive market
- The importance of refocusing your ‘who’
- The smaller middle class doesn’t mean less patients