“When we self-regulate well, we are better able to control the trajectory of our emotional lives and resulting actions based on our values and sense of purpose.” Dentistry is stressful. Art, Science, Business. Hard to decompress and leave
Dr. Justin Bhullar, International Speaker, Author, and Coach Dr. Justin Bhullar openly and transparently shares with you why he put in 1.5 years of blood, sweat, and tears into writing his book High-Performance Practice: Management, Marketing, and Leadership.
“What Gets Scheduled Gets Done” The slight edge is everything. Small daily improvements to get you from where you are to where you want to be. If you want to be the best you must learn from the
“Sometimes Your Best Investments Are The Ones You Don’t Make” “Buyer Beware”. In this episode, we focus on acquisitions…specifically some practical ways to reduce your financial risk and ultimately purchase a practice that will serve you. Additional Resources: If
“Knowledge and Preparation Is The Key To Reducing Risk” Over 75% of dentists lease their office space but may not completely understand the financial risk they have taken on. Many folks are not aware that there are very specific
“The bigger the dream the more important the team” Learn how Dr. Bhullar runs his practices from 2000 miles away, has zero teams turn over, high profit, and thousands of satisfied patients. Additional Resources: If you have not
“Practical experience trumps armchair knowledge all day long” “The best you can make is an investment in yourself” Dr. Tim and Just have a very transparent and open discussion about a variety of topics in business and dentistry.
“Be a leader, not a boss” “The Best Executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good people to do what he wants to be done, and self-restraint to keep from meddling with them while they
“Growth does not take place by luck, rather by intelligent design”“Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced everyday.”
“Small daily improvements lead to phenomenal results over time” Nothing more annoying than a fully booked schedule falling apart at the last minute. Why are some of our patients so flaky? Is it them…or is it us. Are Short