Ep: 84: How To Pull Yourself Out of Stress And Burnout With Steve Adams

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Steve Adams had built a highly successful business, but it nearly cost him his health and his family. His high level of stress was slowly killing him and he needed to act quickly to save his marriage and his life. After walking away from his business he went on a quest to learn the science behind stress and burnout. While …

Ep: 83: The 4 Steps To Improve Diagnosis Percentage

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One of the key numbers to improve your case acceptance is to improve your diagnosis percentage. In today’s episode, we dive into what diagnosis percentage is and why it’s not level all the time.  One of the key numbers to improving case acceptance is diagnosis percentage. In today’s episode, we dive into what diagnosis percentage is and why it’s not …

Ep: 82: The Untapped Goldmine Behind Your Dental Data With Curtis Marshall

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In today’s podcast, Curtis Marshall joins us from Dental Intel, a software that helps dental practices easily track and understand data in their practice. During this episode, they look at the meaning behind the data of  a current practice and identify opportunities that will create the greatest impact with the least amount of effort. They look at the data in …

Ep 80: Using Your Talents To Help Others With Cotopaxi CEO Davis Smith (Part 2)

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In part 2 of this podcast, Davis Smith shares how his passion to help others lead him to develop a company based on values that were important to him, such as giving back.  He shares an incredible story about the impact we can have when we go out of our way to help others in need. Listen to part 1 …

Ep 79: 5 Lessons Surviving In The Wild Has Taught Me About Business With Cotopaxi CEO Davis Smith (Part 1)

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Special guest Davis Smith, founder of the outdoor company Cotopaxi and an avid survivalist shares with with us his experiences of how surviving in the wild and running a business is not all that different. You’ll learn the 5 lessons he’s learned in survival situations that prepared him to lead his team and business through various crises and challenges. You’ll …

Ep 78: The 3 Things That Hold Practices Back

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Dr. John and Wendy collect data from thousands of practices every year and are able to identify the really successful practices and what they are doing differently. In this episode, Dr. John and Wendy dig into some common mistakes and blockages that can actually prevent practices from growing. Listen to this episode and learn how to step around these landmines …

EP 77 – Make Money While Finding And Hiring Great Dental Assistants With David Roux

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David Roux, CEO of Accelerated Dental Assisting Academy, talks with Dr. John about his struggle to find and hire needed team members that were a good fit for his culture, and how that led him to start ADAA. They go over how practice owners who are struggling with staffing issues can use ADAA to easily find their next talented team member. …

EP 76: Turning $600 to $6000 With Hygiene With Bert Triche

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Bert Triche, a hygiene coach, discusses with Dr. John & Wendy a common mistake that practice owners make that leaves them missing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in the long run for a little short-term gain. She shares a common scenario that happens when doctors think about performance-based incentives for hygienists. You’ll Learn How To Turn $600 to …

Ep 75: Top Financial Mistakes Practice Owners Make with Chris Sands

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In this episode, Dr. John and Wendy sit down with Chris Sands, owner of Pro-Fi 20/20 CPAs, an accounting, tax, and financial consulting firm for dental practices. They go over the common mistakes and challenges practice owners have when it comes to managing their dental practice finances. They go into detail how dentist owners can be financially savvy, what numbers …

Ep 74: Growing Your Dental Practice Amidst Chaos with Dr Charles & Sylvia Betts

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In this episode, Dr. John sits down with dentist Dr. Charles and his wife Sylvia Betts, owners of a dental practice in Decatur, AL. Like most dental practices, they were shut down for several weeks due to COVID-19, but are now busier than ever and are still getting new patients, even though they are a fee for service practice (a …