Practice on Fire
Entrepreneur dentists who have found incredible success by ignoring conventional wisdom and thinking differently.
Drs Gina Dorfman and Michael Ling talk about the power (and the traps!) of delegation. It is one of those tools that is either our best friend or our worst enemy, depending on how it is deployed. We talk about: What are some easy tasks to start experimenting with? How do you delegate when you surrounded by so-called “morons”? Why it’s so easy to delegate clinical work but docs seem to struggle with delegate tasks outside the operatory. How to communicate clearly. You can join Gina and Mike in Miami, May 17-18, 2019 at Practice on Fire Live - the annual event for dentists who think differently.
Drs. Nada Albatish and Tim Rauch join us to talk about how they’ve intentionally focused their practices on elective, high value, and high impact dentistry. What begins as a conversation about how to improve case acceptance for cosmetic and implant cases turns into a realization that case acceptance doesn’t matter nearly as much as you might think. We also talk about: When and how you should ignore the conventional wisdom about “removing barriers to case acceptance”. Why establishing your reputation as THE dentist to see for the services you provide is key, and where to start if you’ve currently got zero reputation. Making clinical photography fast and easy. You can find Dr. Tim on instagram at @timthedentist, and Dr. Nada at @dralbatish, or at her website www.dralbatish.com. You can also hear more from then at Practice on Fire Live, May 17-18, 2019 in Miami. Visit www.practiceonfirelive.com to register.
In this episode, Gina and Mike talk about: -the grownup way to deal with Facebook and personal internet use by staff -the Constant Gentle Pressure model of coaching -the one thing thing that can make correcting staff mistakes finally stick -why hiring doesn’t have to be as complicated as you think and more… Visit us at www.practiceonfirelive.com