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Yann ilunga sits down with some of the world’s top entrepreneurs, online marketing experts and best-selling authors to talk about their success and struggles, the “tools of the trade” and to give actionable tips to business-builder, small business owners and those who are in the process of building an online business. Every episode of the 360 Entrepreneur Podcast features A-listers like Michael Port, Pat Flynn,, Jay Baer, Kim Garst, John Lee Dumas, Jeff Goins, Bryan Kramer, Nick Unsworth and ...
 
Business Success Tips is a humorous and insightful look into the world of running your own business. In between fits of laughter, show hosts Paul Sanneman, Sean Daily, Lee Strong, Steve Chipman, and JC Sanneman and their guests discuss what it takes to have a start up and run a successful business, and leave your day job behind forever. BST helps listeners make more money in less time and have more fun doing it. The show hosts are a group of entrepreneurs and business consultants who have go ...
 
A bootcamp in small business ownership and practice management for dentists, giving the new graduate a roadmap to successful practice ownership. We interview the best dentists, experts, consultants and more on our weekly show. Here's the topics we will be covering in our 8 Seasons: 1. First Years as a Dentist 2. Think Like a Business Owner 3. Money and Numbers 4. Startups, Acquisitions, and Partnerships 5. Internal Systems 6. Marketing & Growth 7. Leadership, Vision and Culture 8. Beyond Den ...
 
Zen Co-Works, located in Delhi, has been providing premier working space to business professionals who wish to take their business forwards in a fully serviced world class environment. The Zen team has a global work experience of over 75 years which makes them pro at what they do. They have a clear idea of what support services work well for Start-ups+, Consultants, Freelancers, Finance and IT, and small to medium businesses. Get the various benefits of getting a premier location in South De ...
 
Former homeless, single mom shares her journey as single mom and full-time employee to her transition to a 2nd marriage and becoming a full-time entrepreneur. My first business was a product based business I began in 2010. I made over $12,000 the first 6 months working only on the weekends (20 days total!) I spent a lot of money purchasing items, paying booth rent, building the business, paying consultant commissions and making a TON of mistakes. By the end of 2012 I wanted out of that busin ...
 
How to Build a Consulting Firm is a podcast channel with inspiration, support and practical strategies to help management consultants, especially boutique firm's consultants, build their small firms, find clients, deliver stunning insights and grow profitably. Each episode addresses a unique challenge you will face: finding clients, delivering the work, finding and training people, all while developing intellectual property to set your firm apart and more. We will discuss toolkits, methodolo ...
 
If you want to be the number one influencer in your industry, you’ve got to get bigger media visibility. Publicity is one of the most powerful and cost-effective tools to attract and retain customers and clients. PR can help your business make its mark in the marketplace and multiply profits. Done right, it can increase your business’ credibility, broaden recognition in the public’s eye, and boost your clients, your business and your profits like never before. If you don’t know the precise s ...
 
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Patrick's startup isn't even a year old and he's been killing it. With over a thousand active patients and 130--yes 130--new patients per month, why exactly is this practice "underwater"? Because we don't know exactly where his success is coming from. Suzanne needs Patrick to convince his team to track where every new patient is coming from. This g…
 
Payton catches up with Alex' practice situation over in Arkansas. Also, they clarify each offering of Shared Practices and who they are (and aren't) a good fit for. But first, Alex talks about attracting talent during this insane time of low-staffing, endless government "benefits", and shallow hiring pools nationwide.…
 
Co-Founder and CTO of CallForce Conner Ludlow is with us today. With services like CallForce (no; we're not affiliated), growth doesn't have to be difficult to keep up with. Richard and Conner talk details about CallForce's suite of front desk services, and why wearing a smile on your face while on the phones really does go a long way. www.GetCallF…
 
Suzanne helps Brandon launch a new attack plan. Top of this list are: setting clear expectations with a hygienist and aggressively marketing now. Plus: in the intro, Alex gives solutions to the staff shortages so many of us are facing right now.Richard Low, DMD
 
We're joined by Paul Edwards, CEO of CEDR HR SOLUTIONS. We learn to solve our employee problems within the bounds of legal--even if flawed--frameworks. Plus, gym memberships? Lyft? We learn what increasingly common types of benefits are actually useful to employees, and actually give you more ROI on your people.…
 
Richard interviews former Guided Practice Solutions DSO partner Dr. Hunter Smith. Richard had ownership in his and Dr. Little's practices. After parting ways amicably, these two now speak freely about their experience around leadership, ownership, and why Richard had to call it quits.Richard Low, DMD
 
Brandon's only hygienist quit right before acquiring the practice. Sidetracked by doing his own hygiene, hiring and training a new-grad hygienist, and discovering the seller's provider-dependent model, Brandon's challenge is right in front of him: keep the longterm vision while sifting through repeated banal challenges.…
 
Payton personally knows our anonymous guest "Eric". Eric has listened to the podcast since the very first episode. He knows the philosophy, he has an acquisition in mind, and he's already met with Suzanne for due diligence. With the practice's extensive use of--wait for it--the Yellow Pages, and a staff that may retire soon, can Payton help him get…
 
We're joined by two former US Army dentists: Dr. Dustin Dodd and Dr. Emily Dodd. After doing a complete digital overhaul (there was literally a typewriter at the front desk) early in practice ownership, they're now advancing in their SEO. Competing in America's second-largest suburb is not easy. Richard helps document their ownership journey.…
 
With a giant patient pool and a giant career tipping point ahead, Phoebe's trying to decide whether drop insurance and shrink the practice, or commit to growth and everything that comes with it. Even with recent growth from $1.3MM in collections to $1.7MM, Phoebe has a tough call ahead. support@sharedpractices.com…
 
After officially meeting our new cohost Steven, he and Payton get to ask George pointed questions about not only his management style; but actual experiences with his staff. Training, empowering, and correcting--plus, his ironclad boundaries regarding office contact...listen in!Richard Low, DMD
 
Establishing a business of your own can be a daunting task. It requires months of research and preparation on your end. Your workplace is the first thing that you need to finalise as it would be the base for all your communications and would serve as the daily reminder for the purpose of your endeavours. While you might be working day and night to …
 
Now that we have most of our jobs condensed into a laptop or smartphone with an internet connection, traditional offices are slowly becoming obsolete. Technology has evolved so much that one can run entire businesses sitting on their couch. In the meantime, the urban population is growing rapidly and the commercial office spaces for rent are gettin…
 
Live from the Dentists, Implants and Worms set, Justin Moody joins us today. After catching up, Richard and Justin have a candid conversation about growth, how often we unnecessarily refer out, and developing skills you thought were difficult. Plus a little riffing about taxation near the end for our listeners.…
 
Phoebe's lease was slowly running out. But there was no commercial real estate available in her area. Her solution? Buy another practice--with the real estate included. After merging these two practices, our real-doc-fake-name Phoebe is taking the time she needs to assess her vision, leadership--and growing pains. support@sharedpractices.com…
 
Payton follows up with our real-guest-fake-name Virgil, who is disavowing his alias and honoring us with his real identity: Dr. Dushyant Patel. Last we checked, Dr. Patel was a was an associate with an abundance mindset--and a fear-based, overly-conservative employer. He's had since August to do it; did Virgil break out on his own?…
 
We continue covering many aspects of marketing and growing your practice in different areas. Today we welcome back VP of Content Strategy at Spear Education, Adam McWethy. We talk about barometers of success such as new patient flow and team communication. Plus, Adam tells how a good website, lots of reviews, and a digital presence is NOT an ultima…
 
Brittany and her sister bought a 6-op periodontal office 2 months ago. Today in Part II, Suzanne helps Brittany through her scarcity mindset. We want her to push through $100k/mo in revenue, and sleep peacefully at night. Is she going to pull it off?Richard Low, DMD
 
New co-host Steven Beard joins Payton today. They join forces to defeat the associate troubles of our real-guest-fake-name Darth Vader. After taking a pay cut as an associate, he's taking his search for practice ownership more seriously. While developing clinical skills as fast as possible, Payton helps him narrow the criterion for a practice to bu…
 
An expert matchmaking service for practice owners, practice buyers, and associates? In a time when matchmaking services were becoming the norm, founder Thad Miller brought together a team of business valuation experts, real estate brokers, and more to found DDS Match. Singles can connect with singles; hotel buyers can connect with hotel sellers...w…
 
Real-doc-fake-name Brittany and her sister are overwhelmed with their new practice. This periodontal practice was doing $1.2MM, and they're now converting into a General/Periodontal hybrid. Trying to implement new systems, and coasting on whatever organic marketing the seller had going, the vision is not panning out. Emotionally underwater, how is …
 
Payton brings our own Dr. Richard Low on the show. Richard's recently gone through a enormous transition. Despite his US Army involvement and being in residency for so long, he's had plenty of transitions to speak to. PPO, fee-for-service, startups, acquisitions...Richard helps us explore all these possibilities, and why it has to make sense to *yo…
 
Host of The Wellness Hour and masterful media coach to hundreds of providers, Randy Alvarez joins us today. He shares about The Wellness Hours' own origins, the insane ROI of his platform, and the power of long format video in general.Richard Low, DMD
 
Suzanne's longtime friend and colleague Clint Johnson joins us. CEO and owner of Profitable PPO's, we consider Clint to be *the* "insurance guru". Having helped providers save millions of dollars, Clint talks the most profitable way to get into network, what sellers don't know about their own credentials, plus a special for Shared Practices listene…
 
Tyler and Payton bust open the ol' Shared Practices mail bag. Long overdue for a Q&A, these two explore Tyler's dental school journey: the hardest parts of dental school, why and when Tyler joined Shared Practices, and how failure and angst fuels is our fuel.Richard Low, DMD
 
Richard takes an important tangent from our season on Growth as he and David Cohen talk about buying and selling practices. David is the managing partner at Cohen Law Firm with physical offices in Dallas and Seattle. He has experience representing dentists small and large; those doing startups and acquisitions. Contract negotiation, construction, a…
 
After buying the ancient monolith practice with two docs, two hygiene, two assistants, and three at the front desk, our man Dr. T has his work cut out for him. With the tasks ahead of updating a LOT of old equipment and getting new patients in the door, he and Suzanne also strategize on growing hygiene. Dr. T's journey toward collecting $2.5MM a ye…
 
Before coming on the show, our guest Hannah Glazunov copied Tyler's mailer and sent it out to over 600 dentists outside Portland. Having already put in her letter of intent one of the practices, she recruits Tyler and Payton to help poke and prod at her new practice. What concerns do they find? After going full send into this practice, we hope it c…
 
Pako Major has some rich experiences. After being $1MM in debt, starting a practice, buying another, selling both, working in corporate...he's now settled into his own venture: Major Dental Partners. With so many excellent staff now, how does Pako train another doctor effectively? We talk about empowering staff for better case acceptance, leadershi…
 
"Dr. T" purchased a 40-year-old practice in September 2020. With four out of the eight operatories just sitting there--yes eight operatories--this practice has huge potential. But it won't go anywhere without Dr. T assuming the proper leadership role. Will he keep a mere manger mindset, or will he conquer these very common mindset hurdles? puw@shar…
 
After two years associating, our guest "Justin" is ready to move on. He wants to acquire and grow into a group practice. With an opportunity in his sights, will this seven-operatory be worth his time? Justin's excited about it. Tyler wants to give him the green light, but you'll want to listen through the outro for the whole truth here.…
 
Lindsay Cash did a startup through Covid. Every growth decision she's made in the last year has been crucial to her recent success. It starts at the very beginning; she could not have grown the way she wanted to if she went the acquisition route. Why her vision didn't allow for an acquisition, the team that gave her the freedom to shop suppliers, a…
 
A lot of our clients start out asking the same questions. Today we're addressing the most common. Our very own Caitlin Shoemaker joins Suzanne. Her practice management experience is a perfect fit for her role at Shared Practices. To help our clients absorb the most value from coaching, she and Suzanne address these FAQs once and for all in the firs…
 
Picking up right after Part I, we're discussing systems with Parth Patel. His goal was never to work clinically, but rather build businesses that work for him. Focusing more on what TO do rather than last weeks' what to avoid, the real meat of today's episode is in the vision he has for the industry as a whole, and the systems he's built that bring…
 
We don't know who needs to hear this but: You don't have to be ranking organically to benefit from google ads. You have one focus when paying for ads on Google: Cost per Call. A few things you MUST track when paying for ads: Call tracking, negative keywords, and to drive the point home: Cost-per-Call. Grab a pen and paper as Michael shares more gro…
 
Leah's acquisition is now on track to collect $800k/yr. The next step? Systems, systems, systems. Listen as we help Leah implement bulletproof systems now to get this dusty old acquisition even further off the ground. puw@sharedpractices.comRichard Low, DMD
 
New owner--and Wharton graduate--Parth Patel has had his share of failures. Also familiar with success (he made a video sharing app in high school and a non-profit in college) he knew he had to start his ownership journey early. Now he shares what NEVER to buy, and how ALWAYS to do it.Richard Low, DMD
 
We welcome back CMO of Productive Dentist Academy: Regan Robertson. Armed with an undying curiosity about marketing, Regan's now sharing the the core competency behind all sales, touching on the Job-to-be-Done, and most importantly: the colossal ROI of staying true to the mission.Richard Low, DMD
 
How to Manage Financial Anxiety During the Covid19 Pandemic The Coronavirus pandemic has sent the markets reeling, which, in turn, has had a profound effect on our financial stability. While the Covid19 situation has us locked inside our house, our economic instability due to Covid19 has left us anxious for the future. Many of us are going through …
 
Coworking Spaces and the Stereotypes Around Them: Why is Coworking Better The coworking environment has become an integral part of how the business process takes place, especially in times like these when a pandemic is at large and organizations are having to take extreme safety measures. More people are joining coworking spaces every day in order …
 
Longtime listener, gritty realist, and new practice owner Leah joins Suzanne. She bought a practice doing $300k/year in revenue, and treated it like her own pseudo-startup--immediately implementing massive changes. But since she bought, we still find a doctor-dependent practice that needs more changes than she thought. Can Leah transform this dusty…
 
With seven locations, Loren shares how to recreate culture from one practice to another. But it comes with a balance; he shares what to keep (and what to throw out) when buying goodwill. Plus, the dangers of ignoring the negatives when considering a practice purchase.Richard Low, DMD
 
Broken Door Media CEO Cassidy Torrey joins us. The power of visual storytelling is not going away. Listen as he shares his mission and vision of bringing dental marketing to new. nigh-cinematic, emotional levels. Consumers are starting to expect this of dentists. Are you expecting it of your marketing?…
 
George and Alex continue digesting Suzanne's conversation with our real-guest-fake-name Tim. Suzanne breaks through Tim's less-than-perfect mindset and tell shim he needs to increase his capacity by getting his hygiene days to 10, minimum. Plus, she explains why he shouldn't market aggressively until after he learns to best serve the abundance of p…
 
Loren Israelsen, the oft-requested multi-practice owner, joins Tyler and Payton. With seven locations, Loren stresses that picking the right partner is key (read Rocket Fuel for more on that). Plus: the difference between Visionary and Integrator.Richard Low, DMD
 
While Richard shares about his practice ownership journey, George drops a bomb of an announcement on us. Meanwhile we hear exactly what it took to have Richard leave his equity behind in his other practices.Richard Low, DMD
 
Brand-spankin'-new owner "Tim" has the type of practices coaches DREAM of. Tim's has 15 google reviews, 2500 active patients, and 40 new patients a month with a marketing budget of precisely ZERO. But...he doesn't know where to spend the money to avoid plateau. Let's hear Suzanne coach him through this and more.…
 
Mark Johnson, founder of Student Loans RX and wealth advisor for RBF, joins Payton. Some of us are in $3-, $4-, or $500,000 in debt or more. Don't misunderstand us: debt is a great tool! But as our income and lifestyle increase after graduation, where's the absolute best place to spend our money? Take notes as we focus on the fastest way to build w…
 
The man behind so much of Richard's branding inspiration, Joshua Scott joins us today. "Sometimes I say 'Dental marketing sucks'", says Josh. Josh helps us draw from the existing innovation, inspiration, and beauty we find in the profession itself--and draw that into our marketing. We notice his artistic nuance for content as we discuss. www.Joshua…
 
A pod leader with Shared Practices' Mastermind, Matt Ford has long been a rural multi-practice owner in South Dakota. A 2015 graduate--and Richard's classmate--he and George talk about the escalating stair steps that owners should take: from solo practice, to group practice, to multiple practiceRichard Low, DMD
 
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