Starting your own practice is always a slow, yet rewarding experience, especially when you’re at a point where you have a stable clientele and consistent work. After stability comes expansion and growth, and this period is where many find out the difference between being a great dentist and being a great business owner. Many things are holding dentists back from achieving their true potential, but I narrowed it down to just five key factors.
In today’s episode, I discuss the five things that hold a dentist back from reaching their full potential. I share how mindset can affect the way you run and grow your business. I explain the importance of knowing the people you hire and what shoes they can fill. I describe why dental insurance will always be a relevant subject in any practice as well as why it shouldn’t discourage you from offering extra services. I also discuss what dentists can do to boost not just their practice and finances, but also their online presence and personal brand.
“We have to self-assess where we’re at, who we are, and how things are going.”
This week on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry Podcast:
- What you have to do to identify the areas you need to improve on.
- What it means to get clear about what the next step is.
- How to properly scale your goals in a gradual manner.
- The number of goals most practitioners should limit their practices to.
- Knowing if the person you hired is the right fit.
- My thoughts on the governing presence of insurance in our business.
- What dentists can do to improve their personal brand.
Our Favorite Quotes:
- “Part of goal setting is also being realistic.”
- “The most important thing in ‘self’ becomes your mindset.”
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