What’s driving the need to maximize personal wealth? Number one, people want to take care of the people they love. Number two, support the causes they care about and number three, they really want to make that difference in the world and support those causes, and be able to move the needle on things that matter for them. And so they see wealth as a tool for changing the world for the better. Tim McNeely is our guest today and is giving us great strategies that successful dentists are using to maximize their personal wealth.
Tim is CEO of The LifeStone Companies and he knows dentists. Tim is a recognized thought leader in the dental industry, a regular speaker for dental societies, and a contributing author for popular dental publications. He was asked to contribute the forward to a special edition of: “Becoming Seriously Wealthy: How to Harness the Strategies of The Super Rich and Ultra Wealth Business Owners.” Tim offers a creative approach to epic dentistry business practices in 2019.
Tim has extensive knowledge of the Super Rich – those with at least $500 Million. He makes those strategies available to everyone, no matter their level or net worth.
Today I’d like to talk to you about Open Space Leadership, or how to get everybody running your practice. Open Space Leadership is practiced by strategic leaders in participation age companies, and really by any good leader anywhere. It encourages distributed leadership because it allows and actually requires every one of us to lead in some way. Open Space Leadership is the act of throwing out an idea, concept, need, or data point and inviting everyone and anyone to jump in, participate in solving it, and to share and the rewards.
Today we are talking with Justin Krane on how to Automate Your Finances so that you feel like you have a plan to get ahead in your financial life. The reason why we want automate our finances is because a lot of times, we get emotional around money, and we need to get out of our own way and just come up with a plan. Automation removes emotion, and it forces you to be disciplined.
Justin Krane is a Certified Financial Planner ™ Professional and Fractional CFO for business owners, with an emphasis in the dental industry. His mission is to help practice owners understand and get clarity on the money side of their business. He teaches entrepreneurs how to be strategic with their business money so that they can grow their businesses – and build a plan to fund their personal goals.
Most dentists have a lot of debt in their practice. Most do not understand the burden of servicing debt has on their cash flow. They can have a profitable practice and pay a lot of money in taxes, but still don’t have a lot of money in their pockets. One dirty little secret is for a dentist to understand the balance sheet and how that burden of debt affects the cash flow. Tune in for more dirty little secrets!
Debra Robinson is a true cash flow expert. For more than 10 years, her company Centennial Revenue Management has been helping dental practices and their owners achieve financial health by building a discipline of forward-looking financials and ongoing cash flow management. She’s distilled her years of experience and expertise into an easy to use Total Cash Clarity system with the mission to help businesses and their owners achieve total financial success.
How do you leverage your practice safely to generate substantial income? Gary Wilson is with us today and has plenty of information to offer to our listeners.
Gary Wilson is an expert in the world of real estate investing. He isn’t about teaching risky real estate loopholes and tricks. And he isn’t about selling a dream that is mostly fluff. Gary is dedicated to serving dentists and other medical professionals who want to pull money out of their practices and paychecks and invest it in a way that brings them true wealth. He has been featured in over 100 media outlets including CBS, FOX News, NBC, ABC, and Business Week.
Gary is also the host of the Real Estate Investing for Professional Men and Women Podcast.
Today’s episode comes directly from Chuck’s closing keynote presentation at the 2019 Midwest Dental Assembly about Creating Lasting Change. Things change all the time, but how do we make it last?
Today’s episode comes directly from Chuck’s keynote presentation at the 2019 Midwest Dental Assembly.
What if you had 100% engagement by every team member, and you could depend on keeping people 10 times longer than the norm. That’s what this topic is about today. It’s about the participation age. The participation age is basically about two things; participation and sharing. In the emerging world of the participation age, people want to share and they want to participate in building a great practice, not for you, but with you. They want to share the results of having done that.
We have to market ourselves, and we have to book ourselves. If you didn’t hear Vanessa’s first podcast, go back and search for Vanessa Emerson, and find out how to get started. Today we’re going to talk with Vanessa about how to market yourself and get booked as a dental speaker.
Founder of Dental Speaker Institute and Dental Speakers Bureau, Vanessa Emerson is known as a thought leader by clients, prospects, meeting planners and peers. Her marketing services are in high demand, specializing in speaker materials, website design and e-mail marketing services. A member of Academy of Dental Management Consultantssince 2013, Vanessa is honored to serve as co-chair of the Academy’s Marketing Committee.
Honored by Dental Products Report as one of the Top 25 Women in Dentistry (2017), Vanessa is known as the ‘go to’ resource for inside-the-industry information that helps meeting planners create better meetings, speakers acquire more bookings and BOTH to meet their business goals. She is frequently booked by dental organizations who would like to encourage their members to explore and expand their roles as speakers and consultants in dentistry.
Today, we’re going to talk with Dr. MaryJane Hanlon about personal growth laws, the laws of life. She has 10 things to share today that she’s accumulated over her years of working as a dentist, and just living life.
Having more than a passing interest in dentistry as a young girl, Dr. MaryJane Hanlon began her career at 14 years old in an orthodontic office as an extra set of hands for the assistants. From there, she worked as a dental assistant, ran the front desk of an office, became a dental hygienist and worked in the profession for 15 years followed by dental school to finally fulfill her long-term goal of becoming a dentist.
Currently she is the Associate Dean of Clinic Affairs at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine where she manages the clinical operations across the school. In addition, she is actively involved in organized dentistry both at the state and national level. Nationally she serves on the Membership Committee of the American Dental Association and locally she serves as the current Vice President of the Massachusetts Dental Society.
Today we are talking with Mike Buckner and want to talk specifically about how to use text in regards to patient retention. We alluded to it in the last podcast with Mike about how how we build relationships, and that that email and phone are things that people are opting out of, but the text is still working. But, you need to make sure you’re using it in the most personalized way.
Mike Buckner has been working in the Dental Technology Field for 8 years. He is currently the Director of Business Development for Weave and continues to share with offices how to stay relevant in today’s overwhelming communication channels. He has twin boys at home that have enough energy to power a city, and a wife that knows just how to handle them.
Episodes featuring Chuck by himself (with no guest interviewed) will include the title along with, in the bottom of the episode image, the book that the content relates to:
MMIKYB (Making Money Is Killing Your Business)
WEAAABI (Why Employees Are ALWAYS A Bad Idea)