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Start Your Dental Practice

In every episode, we aim to demystify the “how to start a dental practice” problem by bringing on world-class influencers and consults in the dental industry to pick their brain about how to get past the barriers involved from no practice, to practice owner, to successful practice.
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Jul 21, 2016

Imagine for a moment that you’re standing in front of a future patient.

But you’re not the only one there. You are joined by two other dentists who want the business just as much as you do.

What will get that patient to choose you over your competition?

Although you may not physically find yourself in this situation, this is the reality when it comes to growing your business.

People get bombarded with ads every day.

How will you stand out?

What will set you apart is the word choice in your advertising, and your lead-conversion strategy.

Today’s guest will help you in those areas. He specializes in copywriting and sales funnels.

Jeremy Reeves is the CEO of Kaizen Marketing Inc. He is also host of the Sales Funnel Mastery podcast, where he shares what’s working and what’s not when it comes to creating automated sales funnels.

Jeremy’s insight and strategies has helped numerous business increase their bottom line revenue. Some of his past clients include Mark Hansen (co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul), Than Merrill (real estate investor and cast member on A&E’s hit show, Flip This House), and Loral Langemeire (author of The Millionaire Maker).

If you want to learn more about the impact that sales funnels can have on your business, you’ll enjoy the bonus following. It’s a free copy of Jeremy’s report, Constructing A Million Dollar Sales Funnel. Get that here.

Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode:

  • The two most common mistakes that dentists make with their direct mail marketing
  • A simple exercise to help you write sales copy that works
  • How to narrow down your target market so that you market to the people who are most likely to buy (and where to find them)
  • How to decide the delivery method for your marketing
  • The one question to find out if the person or company in charge of your marketing is doing a good job or not (if they can’t answer this, get rid of them immediately)
  • Why it’s a good idea to understand marketing even if you’re paying someone else to do it for you
  • What separates good copy from bad copy

 

Free Episode Bonus:

As you’ll learn in this episode, you have the ability to increase your ROI on your marketing dollars by making some adjustments to your current systems.

As a bonus for today, you can download Jeremy’s free report called Constructing A Million Dollar Sales Funnel. The information in this report applies to all types of businesses, but you can take these principles and integrate it into your own dental practice marketing strategy.

Click here to access that now.

Quotes:

“If you’re getting okay results, you can do so much better.” -Jeremy Reeves

 

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Support The Show:

Without you, Ambitious Dentists, this should wouldn’t exist.

If you enjoyed today’s episode, please go here to give the show an honest rating and review in iTunes.

This allows me to evolve the show as it goes on, and also helps spread the word to other podcast listeners since iTunes promotes shows with active engagement.

Jul 8, 2016

Owning a dental practice gives you the opportunity to make lots of money.

But just as dental school doesn’t teach you the business side of dentistry, it also leaves out the financial literacy aspect.

Building wealth will prove to be extremely difficult (even impossible) if you are financially illiterate.

On today’s show, we welcome back a very special guest, Dr. Tom Larkin.

Dr. Larkin, also known as The Renaissance Man in dentistry, joins us this time to share some instrumental information that can help shape your financial future.

Dr. Larkin is the clinical director for Ideal Practices. He is also the founder of OralWellnessCenter.org, which is doing some incredibly fascinating things as far as linking oral systemic health with dentistry. He is also an instructor at Louisville’s School of Dentistry.

If you learned a few things from today’s show, stick around to check out the bonus. It’s the Four Rock-Solid Financial Literacy Tips.
 

Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode:

  • The surprising history of marketing in dentistry
  • Four rock-solid financial literacy tips (follow these to set yourself up for long-term success)
  • A little-known fact about mutual funds (if you overlook this truth, you’ll be leaving LOTS money on the table)
  • A stock market rule to follow that could potentially multiply your money
  • What you need to know about human nature and greed that is a key part to financial literacy
  • How to increase your income simply by changing your mindset and habits
  • A few subjects you should educate yourself on to increase your financial literacy
  • A recommendation on how to work together with your significant other to build a solid financial foundation

Free Episode Bonus:

If you gained a lot of value out of today’s show, then you’re going to want to take advantage of the bonus I’ve prepared for you.

Owning a dental practice gives you the opportunity to make lots of money. But the principles you use to manage it is even more important than the amount that you make.

To help you take action right away, you can download Dr. Larkin’s Four Rock-Solid Financial Literacy Tips.

Go here to get that now.

Quotes:

“Financial illiteracy is the root of corporate dentistry.” -Dr. Larkin

Resources:

Support The Show:

Without you, Ambitious Dentists, this should wouldn’t exist.

If you enjoyed today’s episode, please go here to give the show an honest rating and review in iTunes.

This allows me to evolve the show as it goes on, and also helps spread the word to other podcast listeners since iTunes promotes shows with active engagement.

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