Hollie Bryant is a passionate speaker, coach, writer, and owner of Bryant Consultants, one of the country’s leading dental consulting groups. As a consultancy, they provide customized systems, guidance, and personalized team training and coaching. Hollie has over 15 years of experience in neuromuscular and cosmetic dentistry. She is also a member of the American Academy of Dental Office Managers and Academy of Dental Management Consultants among other organizations.
In today’s episode, Hollie and I discuss some of the issues my practice has encountered over the past year and some possible solutions. She explains what it means to replace yourself and not just what you do. She discusses some of the ways she can help me keep my personal life intact without sacrificing how I run my practice. Hollie also describes some of the ways we can improve efficiency without overhauling our system.
“Everybody has something to report.” – Hollie Bryant
This week on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry Podcast:
- My dental practice performance in 2019 and where I fell short on.
- Why I have a shorter bandwidth today than I did ten years ago.
- What it means to truly replace ourselves in everything we do.
- What Hollie noticed about the practice and what can be improved.
- Evaluating the financial aspect of my practice and how we can grow further.
- Why your personal life is not negotiable.
- Replacing me in the morning huddle around the office.
- The importance of learning how to do things manually.
- Thoughts on shift work and how we can make it fit our system.
Our Favorite Quotes:
- “Systems gets diluted if they’re not properly trained on.” Hollie Bryant
- “When you don’t reach where you want to reach, it’s not a trick that’s going to get you there but looking at some of the fundamentals in your practice.” – T-Bone
- “To me, the first step to moving forward is to reflect on the fundamentals.” – T-Bone
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