In our last episode, Dr. Jarett Hulse joined us and went above and beyond to share his experience and road to becoming an owner of a dental practice.
In part two of our interview together, he took it even further and went in-depth to share what it’s been like for him as a dental practice owner.
This is where you’re going to gain a high-level perspective of best practices, do’s and don’t’s, and tips from someone who’s “been there” and “done that”.
I said it a few times, but I truly wish every interview on Start Your Dental Practice.
If you are, or know someone who we should feature on the show, send me a personal note to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can find out if it’s a fit.
Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode:
- The mistakes Dr. Hulse made early on his practice (and what he would’ve done differently)
- The problems that signing up for multiple insurance companies caused later in Dr. Hulse’s practice
- Why there’s nothing new under the sun, and why that’s important to your advertising and marketing campaigns
- How Dr. Hulse handled the marketing of his practice
- The dirty little secret, called being “retractable”, that large corporate dental practices do that you need to be aware of
- Corporate Dentistry – is it a road you should go down before owning your own practice?
Want to take action on today’s episode and start making better descisions as a practice owner?
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- “That’s the thing about dentistry–most of us aren’t very good at business and manage to make a very good living.” – Jarett Hulse
- “By leveraging someone else’s experience, you greatly reduce your chance of error.” – Jonathan VanHorn
- “You’re never going to be ‘done’, you’re never going to be ‘perfect’.” – Jarett Hulse
- “That’s a demon at lot of dentists have – they try to be perfect.” – Jarett Hulse
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