You don’t need a dental CPA who runs a podcast to tell you that the world of dentistry is changing. And changing fast.
New ways to market, constantly changing best practices, and an increasingly competitive landscape. And for the millennials who are just getting out of school, things can get a little overwhelming.
While corporate dentistry is thriving, if you want to start and grow your practice today you better be prepared to join the Wild Wild West..
But the truth is, with the right game plan, there’s never been a better time to start your own practice -- yes, even if you’re a millennial.
Today I’m excited to share my conversation with Dr. Sullivan, a self proclaimed millennial himself at age 28, Dr. Sully recently launched his very own podcast The Millennial Dentist and runs a successful practice himself.
We talk about how to build a thriving practice in the year 2017, and explore some of the most common issues millennial practice owners face. Even if you’re not a millennial, there’s plenty of insights to go around.
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Here are a few things you'll discover in today's episode
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A special thanks to Dr. Sully for sharing his perspective on how millennials can succeed in starting and growing their dental practice.
For a bonus today, I’ll be sharing for the last time my 5 Ways To Get The Most Out of Your Next Dental Conference. After today, I’ll be pulling the bonus down and working on some even greater guides and content.
Many listeners have already told me how they've used some of the tips and strategies at conferences and have had some incredible results.
“We need to be forward thinking.. And make the most out of all our opportunities.” - Dr. Sullivan
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