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Hey, Doctor, Are You Working Too Hard?

5 Common Mistakes Dentists Make when Building Their Practice

5 Common Mistakes Dentists Make That Mean They Work Harder Work smarter, not harder—we as a society have this saying for a reason. Stretching ourselves too thin—even while working in a profession we truly love and were made to do—can only result in one thing: burnout. Building a dental practice from scratch is no easy…

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Being on Purpose with Your Dental Leadership

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Being “on purpose” is the motivational factor that drives you and/or your team to provide the services—both professionally and personally—that are the core of your business. Your purpose goes deeper than and will outlast the technical aspects of your business. The purpose is the “why” behind all that you do. Your Purpose is your inspiration.…

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Influence and Leadership: Are they connected?

“Leadership is influence.” John Maxwell Most definitions of leadership include the word, “influence”. Leaders have the opportunity and the responsibility of influencing those whom they lead—hopefully, in a positive and constructive manner. The dictionary defines influence in the following manner “a power indirectly or intangibly affecting a person or course of events,”; “to cause a change in…

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Considering Multiple Locations? Think CONTINUITY.

As we have more and more conversations with high performing dentists and teams throughout the U.S., there is more interest than ever before in the entrepreneurial approach to owning multiple locations. The “group practice” model is often not fully developed in the beginning of its growth, which can lead to headaches for the practice owner(s)…

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