In 1997, the internet was understood by few, and utilized for it’s marketing potential by even less.
Seeing the opportunity at hand, today’s guest went all-in on his online marketing efforts and went on to create a multi-million dollar a year dental empire.
Dr. Williams is in private practice working two days a week in the group practice he founded, Suwanee Dental Care.
He is highly productive (averaging over $15,000 per day in the office) and teaches other dentists to be more capable of doing the same.
His coaching and consulting firm, Solstice Dental Advisors, helps dentists discover how to double their practices by implementing proven marketing, management, efficiency and leadership skills.
His new book, Marketing the Million Dollar Practice, debuted in 2014 and went to the top of Amazon.com as the #1 Best Seller in Dentistry and #15 among all books on marketing.
He runs the Solstice 5M Masters Academy and the 5M Dental Mastermind. He is a partner in the Dental Implant Marketing Formula, a system for generating high end, big case dentistry patients. His expertise is in dental systems and dental marketing.
Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode:
Free Episode Bonus:
Dr. Williams was gracious enough to offer a FREE section of his bestselling book Marketing The Million Dollar Practice as well as information about his exclusive mastermind.
“You stack a bunch of different tools on top of each other and eventually there’s nothing you can’t do.” – Dr. Williams
“I believe you should good at one thing, then get good at another thing.” – Dr. Williams
“You’ll double the speed at which you grow if you become a pillar in the community.” – Dr. Williams
“One of the secrets to success is not saying no all the time.” – Dr. Williams
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