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SCARED TO DEATH IS EXPLICIT IN EVERY WAY. PLEASE TAKE CARE WHILE LISTENING. Dan has his usual two tales this week, one short and one longer. The longer story is about a strange inheritance. A man is gifted something very unusual with some strange instructions attached. The second story is about an island down in the Caribbean. The supposedly haunted former site of a leper colony - Chacachacare Island. Then Lynze will tell you one big tale entitled, Ghosts In The Graveyard! New Merch: Our very first Scared to Death designs is back! Re-introducing the original Dybbuk design, a classic children's book style illustration of Dan and Lynze, fighting off the evil spirit that somehow escaped from a sealed Dybbuk box. The new collection includes a standard tee, premium Comfort Colors tee, baseball tee, and insulated tumbler! Head on over to badmagicmerch.com and check it out.Bad Magic Productions Monthly Patreon Donation: On both Scared To Death and Timesuck, we talk about a lot of death in a variety of ways. And while we as a people have a fascination with murder mystery, at the end of the day, the deceased was someone's son, wife, grandmother, uncle and so on. When a family looses a loved one in a cold case, the affects of it are painful in ways we can't understand. The DNA Doe Project is a non profit with a simple humanitarian mission: to identify John and Jane Does using investigative genetic genealogy. We want help give some healing to those who has suffered such significant loss. Our donation amount is TBD right now as we are recording this in the early weeks of April. To learn more, please visit dnadoeproject.orgStandup: If you want to see a very different side of Dan than you see here and possibly see Lynze in the crowd... well you will have to wait until this fall! But get your tickets now and give yourself something to look forward to! He will be all over the US so be sure go to dancummins.tv for ticket links to shows.Thank you for continuing to send in your stories, Creeps and Peepers!**Please keep doing so. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.orgSend everything else to email@example.comWant to be a Patron? Get episodes AD-FREE, listen and watch before they are released to anyone else, bonus episodes, a 20% merch discount, additional content, and more! Learn more by visiting: https://www.patreon.com/scaredtodeathpodcastPlease rate, review, and subscribe anywhere you listen. Thank you for listening!Follow the show on social media: @scaredtodeathpodcast on Facebook and IGWatch this episode: https://youtu.be/Hl8V5OuciK0Website: https://scaredtodeathpodcast.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scaredtodeathpodcast/](https://www.facebook.com/scaredtodeathpodcast/)Instagram: https://bit.ly/2miPLf5Mailing Address:Scared to Deathc/o Timesuck PodcastPO Box 3891Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816Video/Audio by Bad Magic ProductionsAdditional music production by Jeffrey MontoyaAdditional music production by Zach CohenVarious free audio provided byhttp://freesound.orgOpening Sumerian protection spell (adapted):"Whether thou art a ghost that hath come from the earth, or a phantom of night that hath no home… or one that lieth dead in the desert… or a ghost unburied… or a demon or a ghoul… Whatever thou be until thou art removed… thou shalt find here no water to drink… Thou shalt not stretch forth thy hand to our own… Into our house enter thou not. Through our fence, breakthrough thou not… we are protected though we may be frightened. Our life you may not steal, though we may feel SCARED TO DEATH."
Haley is back with more updates on her journey to finding her job post-graduation as an associate at a general dentistry office! She shares open and honest feelings as she works her way through the opportunities as they come up. She also answers your questions submitted on Instagram! Engage with the podcast on Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/groups/703580220572972/ Join Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/703580220572972/ Haley's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/haleyschultzdental/
The Dental Practice Heroes Podcast
Dr. Derek Williams at the age of 35 has decided to sell his practice and take his family on a yearlong RV adventure. Today, he discusses the difficulty in making that decision, and what he leaned into to know that it was the right one.
Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast
Stories in this episode: - Two Men Posed as Cable Providers, by Lyrical_Lotus (0:52) - Stalked and Almost Robbed, by Neo (4:49) - He Broke into My House, by Lara F (19:17) - Jeepers Creepers Truck, by Savannah (23:00) - Creep at the Dentist, by Anonymous (26:33) - Sweatsuit Santa, by Deedee Lamour (32:31) - Almost Grabbed at the Beach, by Emma (41:54) Extended Patreon Content: - A Strange Babysitting Experience, by Amityville Amigos - Did He Follow Me to Florida?, by Shawn - Followed, by Sophie - A Casual Encounter That Was Anything But, by Briana - The Men by the Bridge, by Nyx - The Red Volkswagen, by Raelyn Due to periodic changes in ad placement, time-stamps are are estimates. All of the stories you've heard this week were narrated and produced with the permission of their respective authors. Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast is not associated with Reddit or any other message boards online. To submit your story to the show, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Get access to extended, ad-free episodes of Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast with bonus stories every week at a higher bitrate along with a bunch of other great exclusive material and merch at patreon.com/letsnotmeetpodcast. This podcast would not be possible to continue at this rate without the help of the support of the legendary LNM Patrons. Come join the family! Check out the other Cryptic County podcasts like Odd Trails, Welcome to Paradise (It Sucks), and the Old Time Radiocast at CrypticCountyPodcasts.com or wherever you get your podcasts! Join me at twitch.tv/crypticcounty if you dare! Check out the Vessi Cloudburst and other styles at vessi.com/MEET. Use code MEET for 15% off your order. Free shipping for CA, US, AU, JP, TW, KR, SGP. PDS DEBT is offering free debt analysis to our listeners just for completing the quick and easy debt assessment at www.PDSDebt.com/meet. - Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/433173970399259/ - Website - https://letsnotmeetpodcast.com - Patreon - https://patreon.com/letsnotmeetpodcast - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/letsnotmeetcast/ - Twitch - https://twitch.tv/crypticcounty
In this captivating replay episode of "Men Talking Mindfulness," Jon Macaskill, a retired Navy SEAL turned mindfulness teacher, and his cohost, renowned NYC Yoga and mindfulness guru Will Schneider, invite acclaimed author James Nestor to delve into the transformative power of breath, inspired by his groundbreaking book, "Breath." As the conversation unfolds, listeners are taken on a profound journey, exploring the hidden potential of our breath and its impact on our physical and mental well-being. Nestor's extensive research and personal experiences unveil surprising revelations about how we breathe and how it can influence our overall health. Discover the ancient wisdom behind various breathing techniques, their role in optimizing athletic performance, and their ability to reduce stress and anxiety. Nestor's expert insights into the connection between breath and our modern lifestyle shed light on the importance of reclaiming our innate ability to breathe efficiently. Tune in to this thought-provoking episode as Jon Macaskill and Will Schneider, expertly guide the conversation, blending their practical mindfulness expertise with Nestor's invaluable knowledge. Gain valuable tips and strategies for incorporating mindful breathing practices into your daily routine, and witness the profound impact it can have on your life. Join the Men Talking Mindfulness community and embark on a journey of self-discovery, as Jon Macaskill and Will Schneider unveil the untapped potential of our breath, empowering listeners to harness its transformative power and cultivate a greater sense of well-being. http://www.mrjamesnestor.com/breath - Shortlisted for the Royal Society Instagram: instagram.com/mrjamesnestor Facebook: facebook.com/mrjamesnestor Twitter: twitter.com/mrjamesnestor Please leave us a review here: https://lovethepodcast.com/0dH9Eo Time Stamps (2:00) Announcements (3:30) Jon introduces James Nestor (5:30) Will leads opening Grounding Practice (8:30) How did you get started with this research? (11:30) Twenty days of experimentation with Anders Olsson (14:00) Being your own guinea pig (16:30) James gets into a fist fight. Or was it plastic surgery? (18:00) Why Jon and Will are taping their mouths shut (21:00) The most modern technology for better sleep (23:00) The benefits of keeping your mouth shut (26:30) Why 9 out of 10 Dentists are against mouth breathing (30:00) Never look at Pinocchio the same way . . . (erectile tissue in your nostrils!?) (33:45) Soft food changed your face (38:00) What George Catlin witnessed in Native American tribes (40:00) Carbon Dioxide is your friend! (44:45) Most of us are breathing too much?! (47:30) The absolute quickest way to calm yourself (50:15) This book was a decade in the making (52:30) James doesn't see himself as an advocate, just a filter for the the research (58:00) Jon leads closing Grounding Practice Opening and closing Music: Malecon by Soyb & Amine Maxwell https://soundcloud.com/soybmusic https://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwell Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-malecon Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/xbWzYbtMgIE Insomnia sleep breath better sleep better mouth breathing sleep tape mouth tape stop snoring Wim Hof Keywords: mindfulness, breath, James Nestor, book, "Breath," Navy SEAL, mindfulness teacher, Yoga, well-being, breathing techniques, athletic performance, stress reduction, anxiety, self-discovery, transformative power, Jon Macaskill, Will Schneider.
Doc2Doc Lending Co-Founder Dr. Kenton Allen joins me to talk about how their company is disrupting the lending world. Created by Health Professionals for Health Professionals, Doc2Doc believe that traditional lenders overestimate the risk of lending money to Dentists, focusing too much on the challenges of their financial past, and giving them insufficient credit for the promise of their financial future. That is why they created this platform - to give Physicians and Dentists a fair platform to get the funding they need. . Tune in to learn more about the company and the types of loans they have available for all of us. Click the link below to sign up for the Nifty Deal: https://join.doc2doclending.com/landi... . EXCLUSIVE DEAL FOR NIFTY THRIFTY MEMBERS RECEIVE$100 CASH BACK ON YOUR FUNDED LOAN. GET THE NIFTY DEAL! . To learn more about Doc2Doc Lending, Inc click here: https://www.doc2doclending.com/ . To get FREE Dental Resources and Deals, click here: https://niftythriftydentists.com/ . To join our community of over 45k Dental Professionals, click here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nifty...
The Dentist Money™ Show | Financial Planning & Wealth Management
Dentists have diverse legal needs whether it's incorporating; real estate—purchasing, selling, or leasing a building; associate agreements; and don't forget the issues that come when selling a practice. A lot can go wrong. On this episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan welcomes dental-speciific attorney David Cohen to talk about legal concerns that come with ownership. Need answers to your financial questions but not ready for a full-service wealth manager? Check out our new Dentist Money Membership program. Are you ready to fully outsource your financial planning and investment management to a financial advisor who specializes in working with dentists? Check out our Private Wealth Management service.
In this episode, I discuss the transformational lessons I learned from living in Italy for two years. So if you want to generate 2x as many word-of-mouth referrals… If you want to truly surprise and delight the patients on your schedule… If you want to coach your team create deeper connections so you can differentiate and win big in this economy… Tune in now! Join The Leading Dentist Collective – the free collaborative community for single-location dental practice owners who want to unleash their people, profits, and purpose. You can find show notes and more information by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/Dolce-Vita-Dentist Relentless Dentist is a dental podcast by Dr. Dave Maloley.
Dental A Team w/ Kiera Dent and Dr. Mark Costes
It's time for another DAT Book Club episode! This was a surprise addition, recommended by dentists: Unreasonable Hospitality: The Remarkable Power of Giving People More Than They Expect by Will Guidara. Kiera talks about how this book inspires readers to make their patient experiences special while also being profitable as a business. Check out the full list of DAT's 2023 book club here. Episode resources: Reach out to Kiera Subscribe to The Dental A-Team podcast Become Dental A-Team Platinum! Review the podcast
In this episode, multiple dentists share their experiences and knowledge gained from attending the prestigious 3D Growth Summit 2023. Listen in as they provide valuable insights on how to skyrocket your dental business and enjoy your practice to the fullest! You'll be inspired by the success stories of dentists who brought their entire team of 25 members to the event, demonstrating how they see the summit as a smart investment in their ability to learn new things and grow their business. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from the best - join us and the 3D Dentist Team to take your dental practice to the next level!0:21 Dr. Tim Anderson - Discover the Key to Unlocking Your Dental Practice's Potential at the 3D Growth Summit5:02 Dr. Elijah Brown - Learn Why the 3D Growth Summit is a Must-Attend Event for Your Entire Team6:06 Dr. Erin Elliott - Unveiling Innovative Strategies for Treating Sleep Apnea at the 3D Summit11:36 Dr. Christy Moore - Sparking a Fire Within Your Team Members to Drive Practice Growth15:13 The Ultimate Piece of Advice from T-Bone and Sully to Revolutionize Your Dental PracticeMake sure you check out 3D Dentist Website:https://3d-dentists.com/
Anne & Lau answer a question many have about the voice over industry: "how long will it take?" The truth is, becoming a successful voiceover artist takes time, discipline, and dedication. There is no set timeline for success, and it is important to have realistic expectations. Investing in coaching and training is essential, but it is equally important to be selective about where and how to invest. Building a recognizable brand identity and having a viable business is important. Respecting the voiceover industry as a business is crucial. Hard work, commitment, and effort increase the chances of success, but there are no shortcuts. Success is not only measured financially but also in time and commitment to your voice over business. Transcript It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast and the BOSS Superpower series. I'm your host, Anne Ganguzza, and I'm here today with the lovely and most wonderful BOSS, co-host, Lau Lapides. Hey BOSS. Lau: Hey BOSS. How are you? Anne: I'm doing great. How about yourself? Lau: I'm doing good. Feeling BOSSy today. Anne: Today I think we should answer a very common question that is asked, I think, both of myself and you, I can imagine. And that is for people just starting out in this industry, how long will it take for me to become a voiceover artist? Or how long will I have to spend coaching or training so that I can do voiceover? Lau: Hmm. Gotta get my calculator out for that one. So I can just do different variables, different scenarios, right? Anne: Yeah. Lau: Variations on the theme. That's a biggie. Anne: Is it gonna take me, okay, in three months I wanna be able to make $10,000 a month, and I want to be able to secure 20 new clients, right? So it's very hard for people when they're first starting out. Again, we had another podcast all about this, like, you don't know what you don't know yet. So how long will it take? Well, let's see. Where's my crystal ball? Lau: (laughs) Where do you start? Where do you start? Anne: Where's my crystal ball? How do even I start? Lau: Where do you start? Anne: Boy, it depends on so many things, Lau. Lau: Mm. There's tons of variables involved with that. That's not even possible to answer that question. One could Google and look up, okay, voiceover talent, 2023, North America, what's the average? But it's really not going to tell you what is going on in individual scenarios and situations that can cause a tremendous amount of loss and a tremendous amount of gain. Anne: Yeah. Well, maybe let's start with how long will it take if somebody's just starting out in the industry, right? Lau: Wait, can I do my theater moment? Can I do my like, wait, give me six months. I gotta do jazz hands. I will give you a VO career. Anne: Woohoo! Lau: Did you like that? Did that sound credible to anyone? Anne: Wait, I'm sorry. I couldn't hear you. I was running fast and far away from that. Lau: (laughs) Anne: From that claim. Lau: You know, I had a colleague one time, he told the greatest stories, and he said, listen, would you go to a dentist who did a weekend workshop? Or who even did a one-year certificate program to become a dentist? Would you do that? And everyone laughs at that. Anne: Would you get your tooth drilled from that dentist? Mm. Lau: Probably not. Probably not. Anne: Yeah. Lau: Because not just about the physical pain of it, but the idea that, how could they become a dentist in six months or one year? There's a lot to learn. There's a lot to delve into, right? Anne: Oh my gosh, yes. Absolutely. Such a great point. And I think that's like one of the first things that I'm always saying. My gosh, we go to school for years to learn a craft. Like doctors go for eight years minimum, I think, right? Dentists as well. And maybe not even doctors and dentists. I mean, just back in the day, okay, now I'm starting to sound my age, but I had a four-year program in college that I went to for a bachelor's or a two-year program for an associate, whatever it is, right? We go to elementary school for so many years to learn all of these things. So why is voiceover any different? Like, I'm not saying we need to spend 12 years, but in reality, we probably are continually honing our craft and spending our entire lives being a student. But why would you think it would only take two months or three months even, or even a couple of sessions before you're ready to make that demo? You have to just sit back and does that make logical sense? Lau: I think it could only make logical sense if I am really invested in the media blitz of our society and having very quick images and sounds about being in entertainment, being in the entertainment industry, which looks to us on the outside as very fast and very polished and very rich and very quick. When we know on the inside, on the other side of it, it takes years and years oftentimes to get to that place of what you're seeing in that media image. Anne: Sure. Lau: So I mean, that's kind of like the collateral damage of being in this whole entertainment industry under that umbrella is that you have whole generations now that think and feel like, if I jump on TikTok or if I jump on this social media channel, I'm instantly this, I'm instantly that. It's like stir and mix, you know? Pull it off the shelf, stir and mix, and you're instantly a star. Anne: Yeah, yeah. Lau: We have to combat that because we know for longevity in careers, it's just never that. It's always a, an investment, a creating, a recreating, a re-envisioning throughout your life. This is a craft. Anne: Yeah. And it doesn't happen overnight, for sure. Does not happen. If it looks easy, well, yeah, it probably took us, what if that overnight success was 40 years in the making? Lau: Yes. We were a 40-year overnight success. You like it? (laughs) Anne: And everybody is different. Now, of course, you might have a different story. Maybe you've been an actor all your life, and you've turned to voiceover, and you got hired because maybe you're a little bit of a celebrity, right? And people know you and they know your brand, and so you were able to lock in a big video game right away, or a national campaign. And so that is where I think people, they look at it and go, oh my gosh, I should be be able to do this. You know, if I set my goals, I should be able to do this in three months or six months. But honestly, BOSSes out there, I mean, to really be a BOSS, I think that there has to be some longevity. There has to be some due diligence. There has to be some hard work, some sweat, blood, tears, mistakes. We just had a whole podcast on mistakes -- that really make that career a possibility. And it does not typically happen in two to three months. So with that being said, the other question is, how much is this going to cost? Well, it's going to cost, right, whatever you're going to invest in your coaching and training. And I don't mean to be impatient, but it's so many times I get people who come to me thinking that it'll cost them much less to get that demo so that they can get working and be successful as a voiceover actor. And somehow they're thinking, well, just a few hundred dollars, maybe a thousand, and I'll be good to go, and I'll be able to make some money. Lau? Lau: I almost don't know what to say to that though. We always have to have something to say to that. Anne: Right? We do. We do. Lau: One of the first things I always say is, what you put into it, what you invest is exactly what you're going to get out of it. So be careful how you invest. And how much you invest and what you invest. You have to really sit down with a master plan and think, okay, maybe I don't know much. I'm in my first year. Now I'm in my third year. I know a lot more. And you have to invest and reinvest in, what are my goals per quarter? What do I want to achieve? What is achievable? What is realistic? I always joke with my clients and say, I may want to be a 22-year-old Scandinavian supermodel, but that ain't happening. Anne: (laughs) Lau: Can I just say? And I'm glad it's not happening, ‘cause that leaves me room to be what I can be, what I want to be, and what is possible for me. Anne: Love it. Sure. Lau: So I don't look at that as a limitation. I look at that as opening the door to spending the energy and time and everything that I should be investing in. Anne: Yes. Lau: Just because I have money and I can invest doesn't mean I should invest in that. I have to be very specific. I have to be very goal-oriented, and I have to be reasonable. I have to be realistic and pragmatic in my goal. There's a difference between a dream and a goal, right? Who is the famous person who said this? I have to look this up. A goal is just a dream with a deadline. But it's more than that. It's something that is realistic for my talent, for my skillset, for my time, for my money. It's like a whole portfolio. You sat down with a financial advisor, they're not just gonna say, hey, how much money do you have? No. They're gonna look at you and build a portfolio on who you are, what your background is, what you're capable of, what you want, and really come up with scenarios and variables that are reasonable in terms of it not being a gamble, but being an investment, a calculated risk. Anne: Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. I feel like we say this so much, but I feel like we, we need to say it. There is an investment here. There is an investment here. It's not going to come — can you learn voiceover on YouTube? Can you learn voiceover from reading books? Can you learn voiceover from Googling? There's a lot that you can take from that. But then there's also so much more that you can garner by investing some money into a good coach. This is all about you and your voice and your acting. And so it really helps to work with someone who specializes in taking your voice and teaching you techniques and principles of acting so that you can showcase the very best for your potential clients. And so that's going to cost money. And I always think, if you are invested enough to want to create a business selling your voice, well, you have to also understand that as a business, you respect other businesses, right? Other businesses, coaches are out there. They have to charge for their services. It's not like I can exist just on my good heart, which I do have a wonderful heart, and Lau, you too. Lau: You do. You do. Anne: I can't just spend my hours every day giving away voice lessons. And so there has to be some semblance of a business there. And I always have to say to myself that I need to present a good example of a voiceover business. I've got policies. If they can't make their lesson, if they don't notify me in a certain amount of time, I can't fill that spot again. So that costs me money. So there are things that need to be enforced in business, which I think as a student, right, or as somebody entering into this industry, wanting to be a business, that you also have to learn about and also respect and understand. Lau: You said a total mouthful too, when you said, you know, respecting the businesses that are in your business. I mean, we wanna respect everyone in the world, but when we're talking about our industry, like be respectful of others' businesses that are working alongside you, with you, and for you to help you create and grow a business. Their time is valuable. Their time is money, in essence, right? We don't like to think of it that way, but we never wanna apologize for having value monetarily. You have to have value. Sure, you can do pro bono work. Sure, you can do projects without getting paid. Sure, you can do all of that. But it has to live alongside a paradigm of career and really building something that is viable, meaning I'm getting my return, and I'm also investing, and I'm also having some luxury of profit. And that is called building a business. And so when we come out to people, we say, oh, well, how much is this gonna be? Well, that's expensive. Well, I can't afford that. You're automatically unintentionally disrespecting that person's not just time and effort, but their education. You're paying for their history, their value -- Anne: Their experience. Lau: -- their schooling, all the connections they have and know, their studio. I mean, on and on it goes. You are paying for that. It's not just about a product; it's about a a process. And so really just making sure people understand that. If you feel like someone is charging you too much money, that's fine. Then walk away from it and don't spend it. But just know they're basing their value off what they think their value is based in all those areas. It isn't just, oh, I'm slapping on a price tag of this. It's like I'm bringing this to the table and guess what? I'm not 20 or 30, I'm 50, I'm 60. So I'm bringing you all those years of knowledge and wisdom. Anne: Experience. Absolutely. Absolutely. And yeah, respect the business. Respect the people that are in the business that are helping you get into the business. And also expecting things to be easy or cheap, I would say educate yourself enough about the industry to know that with anything, right, you're going to have to make an investment. I wish that there weren't people out there selling the dream, but I think you're gonna have that for just about anything, not just voiceover, right? There's gonna be, I'm gonna sell you the dream. Gosh, there were so many and there probably still are infomercials on, come to my seminar. You too can flip a house and make thousands of dollars, and you can make thousands of dollars in, in a short amount of time. So that whole selling the dream, if it seems too good to be true, typically it is. Lau: (laughs) Anne: And so that's something to be aware of. So how long will it take me? This is the other question, how long will it take me to get a return on my investment? Lau: That's a really tough question to answer. It really is. And I, I just have to say to your point for people to remember --I had a colleague that gave me this really adorable sign one time from my birthday. It was like a mechanic with this old fashioned truck, and he was fixing the truck, and it said on it, good work ain't cheap and cheap work ain't good. Anne: Yeah. Lau: And I never forgot. Anne: Yep. I love that love. Lau: I don't know if I have the signs still, but I never forgot that. I thought it was funny and kitchy, but it's so true. Like you get what you pay for oftentimes. You really, really do. Not always, but much of the time, that principle is really true. And to be perfectly honest with everyone and all your peeps, I'm gonna be honest with, I don't feel I can give you an answer to that question of what am I gonna make and how much time I'm gonna make it in, and when am I gonna be successful? That really is an individual's journey and choice as to how much time, effort, investment, heart, soul, blood, tears, whatever you're gonna put into this. The harder you run at it, the more you put into it, the more you focus and intensify, the more opportunities tend to come because there's that work breeds work kind of energy that you're putting into the world. Like, I'm working, I know you're this way, Anne. If someone says, are you busy? Are you bored? Say there's no such thing. Bored is not in your vocabulary. Anne: Never, never. Lau: Because you're always working, you're working. Whether you're being paid or not, you're always working. And that energy, that mystical energy goes into the world, and people are attracted to that. There's an attraction to that. It's not just being busy, it's being engaged, it's being excited. It's being enthralled by things. People want to magnetically latch onto that. So I would say in order to get that success, whatever that is that you're looking for, get busy. Get busy on being busy and get engaged. And the more you're engaged, the more potential outcomes that are pleasing you are gonna happen. Anne: Well, I think return on your investment, okay. So investment, usually when people say that to you, or they're asking you that question, when will I get a return on my investment? They're talking about their money. And in reality, what you've just wrapped all into, besides the money, is your effort. Right? And your time and what you put into it. So in reality, when you're asking me, when will I get a return on my investment? Well, I will come right back to you and say, well, how committed are you to investing your time, your energy into making this a success? And a lot of it does depend on you. Now, if you're gonna sink a few thousand dollars into some coaching and a demo, then you expect to get a job how long after? A lot of times two people will say, all right, now that I got my demo, how long will it take for me to get my first voiceover job? And again, that really shows up into your effort in terms of how are you going to go out and get that job? Because you can have the best voice in the world, you have the best demo in the world, but if nobody knows about it, they can't hire you, and they can't pay you for it. Lau: And aren't you and I constantly breaking down the map biology of, okay, I will answer that question with a question, which no one likes, but okay, let's break down your day. Can we break down your week? Can we look at actually what you're investing day to day and week to week? And then all of a sudden, the door opens of knowledge, and sometimes it's like what you don't wanna see of Pandora's box coming out. Like, oh, I'm only doing this. I don't have time to do this. Or this is harder for me. Anne: Or I don't have time to do the homework. I give my students homework. And I'll be like, okay, so I saw that you were able to record a couple of pieces of copy , and I'll just say it like that. Okay. So they'll be like, well, okay, so am I ready for my demo? And I'll say, well, I noticed that you only recorded two out of your 20 pieces of copy. And so if I'm giving you too much homework, you just let me know. But I will say that you need to invest the time in doing this, and I give you homework not to make you cry or not to overwhelm you. It's to kind of get you in a discipline where you can be working. This is what it's going to be like to be working every day. This is what it's going to take for you to record this, edit it, prep it as if you were doing an audition, and just store it in that Dropbox and name it appropriately. Right? So all of these things that I'm giving for homework are really lessons in, here's what a voiceover artist does in their day. I'm submitting an audition, I'm naming it correctly, I'm uploading it on time. And so, most of the time I'll come back and say, I really need you to put in this time. Or they'll reschedule lesson after lesson after lesson, and then it will be like six months before I see them again. And I'm like, we've lost the momentum. Lau: That's right. And it's like, can you see the forest through the trees? Anne: Yeah. Lau: Like is there logic to your line of, is there reasoning even to your line of thinking? Anne: Yeah. Lau: Like one of my coaches recently, an anecdote, one of my coaches said to me, I'm frustrated because this person wants to get on the demo track and wants to do the demo and is quickly, doesn't have money, da, da, da, but is not doing the homework and is coming to the table and just using a lot of excuses as to why they could not prepare for the session. Anne: Yeah, exactly. Lau: And he said, said simply, he was frustrated, but he said, do they realize they're going into voiceover? Do they even know what that profession is? And I said, no, they haven't made that connection yet. It's for us to do the teaching moments and making the connection that what you're going into is extremely demanding, and very fast, and crazy hours and blah, blah, blah, all this stuff. But a lot of our clients, Anne, I think you could say the same thing, right? They're not seeing the forest through the trees where they're seeing this overview of what they think the industry is, but the weeds, getting really into the weeds of what it is the coaching is simulating, trying to simulate what a work experience might be like. So if it's hard for you to do your homework, then it'll be near impossible for you to do the auditions and jobs. Anne: Yeah. Oh, I teach a lot of long format narration, right? So when I give homework, they are the full spots. They'll be two to four minutes, sometimes even longer if it's e-learning. And they'll say, okay, but that was a really long spot. And I'm like, well, that's the reality of it, right? And so I need to make sure that you as an actor are completely committed to that script three quarters of the way through. Three minutes in, are you still as committed as you were in the beginning? And I want you to edit that entire thing as if it were an audition. So they're like, well, do I have to edit? And I'm like, I'm kind of giving it to you all at once so that you can understand what it takes, right, to put out a job that is a four-minute job. How long will it take you to edit that? And I want you to get better at it. I want you to get faster at it. Lau: It's a simulated journey of -- Anne: Exactly. Lau: It's a journey that you pay for to invest so that you can go with very little to no stakes. Right? To go into a high stake situation. Anne: Yeah. And if you're working with me, right? And you wanna know how long it will take before you can do voiceover -- I mean, if you're just gonna meet with me once a week, then that's an hour out of your week that you've spent doing voiceover. You're gonna progress an hour at a time. And if you're gonna ask me 10 weeks later, I'm like, well, you've spent exactly 10 hours with me. And in a given workday, we might work eight hours a day or 10 hours a day, or we work a 40-hour work week. You've only worked with me for 10 hours total of your lifetime, and you wanna know if you're ready for a demo. Now, does that make sense? Does that make sense? Lau: There's no sense to it. But then again, there's no understanding of the logic of what actually goes into it. Right? Like they literally may not get just yet what goes into building a career and building voiceover. And if someone is coming to me, which I get a lot; a client saying, I'm frustrated Lau because I'm already doing an hour or two a week of this. I can't put any more time into it, this is where I have to be kind and say, um, I get that. And you're busy and you work full-time, you have — I get that. But just continually regroup. And is your vision clear, understandable, and realistic about what you're going into? Anne: Sure. Absolutely. Lau: Because what you're going into is going to demand that you give as much as you can to it. Anne: Yeah. Yeah. It is the hardest thing. And I will be the first to admit, because when I worked part-time and voiceover when I was working a full-time job, a family, a full-time job, and voiceover is tough. There's so much focus that has to go into voiceover. Because remember, people, this is our business. It is. We are entrepreneurs. And unless your full-time job is your other full-time business, and it's yours, you are typically also navigating an unfamiliar world of, oh, I have my own business. I have to generate my own business. I have to market myself. I have to put on a trillion different hats. And so there's more than just getting in the studio and recording and editing. Now there is all the marketing, there's all the --I've gotta have a website. I've gotta be able to do auditions so that I can present myself with opportunities so that I can get work. So there's a lot, in addition to just doing voiceover in your booth. Lau: We're like one man bands. One woman bands. We really are. It's like putting on hats, hats, hats, hats. You have to own a lot of hats to be in this profession, because you're always gonna be shifting your hat. Any kind of business owner, if you're a solopreneur and you work alone, you're always shifting the hats. I think also too, Anne, we're fighting against the new mantra of teaching business leaders or teaching people who wanna be BOSSes that you can work for two or three hours a week and then sit on a beach for the rest of that time. That's like this new mantra that's out there in marketing. Like make six figures, make even seven figures. Lay on that beach with your children and just work a couple hours a week. Anne: Couple hours a day. Yeah. If that, yeah. Lau: I'm not gonna say it's a lie. I'm not gonna say that, but I am going to say there's a slight fabrication, maybe even an embellishment in that, because I know for a fact that even the tech billionaires are working all the time. And why are they working all the time? Because people who own stuff, run stuff, and lead stuff are innovators. They're inquisitive, they're interested. Whether you like what they do or agree with it is another thing. I'm just saying, they're invested in it. Their whole life is that. Even after they sell it sometimes. Anne: Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs, that is the definition. Lau: Entrepreneurs. Anne: Of an entrepreneur, Lau. Lau: Yeah. We have a very, very well-known furniture company in New England that has been around for ages like 40 years. And they were run by two brothers, and they were constantly on TV together, constantly. The face -- Anne: Oh, who? Do I remember them? Lau: Jordan's Furniture. Anne: Oh yeah. Okay. Lau: One of the brothers sold his piece years ago. Well, guess what? We never see the brother that owns it. We only see that brother on tv. And he's constantly there. And I believe, correct me if I'm wrong, I believe he's the one who still has the shares. I mean, they sold the whole company now. They've been in business for a long time. But the point is, I still see him. He's on all the time because he's the face of the company. He's the feel of the company. He's much older now. He still does all the commercial campaigns. He could say, hey, I'll be on the beach. Good luck. Good luck. He made his money, he made millions. Anne: That's true. Lau: Doesn't matter. His heart and his feel as a human being is to wanna stay connected to the company, to wanna stay connected to where it's going. So my point is, is like, are we ever laying back doing nothing to build a company? No. That's false. Anne: Yes. Yeah. My return on investment, I mean, honestly, right? Investment is so much more than money. So I want you guys to really think in terms outside of money -- blood, sweat, tears, effort, practice, and of course money when you're investing money too. But that investment falls not just in your wallet, but in your time and in your commitment. And how long will it take? I think that that really is entirely up to you, (laughs). How long will it take to get a return on investment? And will you get a return on your investment? I wish I could guarantee people things. And I always say, honestly, if you put the work in and you're committed, and as long as I can understand what you're saying, right? There's so much out there. Do I have the voice for voiceover? We all do. We all have our own unique voice, and it's beautiful, and it's beautiful to people in different ways. And so yeah, sure. It's not about the voice, to be honest with you. It's not really about the voice. Lau: And sometimes there's just no real rhyme or reason. You could call it fate, you could call it mystical, you could call it whatever you want, as to what jobs are coming to you. In the same day, I mean, when I do my agent work, I'll get a $400 job in perpetuity with nothing residual or whatever, and okay. And then in the same day, I'll get a $15,000 job, which doesn't take a whole lot more time to record or a whole lot more effort. It's just the nature of it is very, very different. And the usage is very different, and the client is very different. And how they came to me and us, sometimes it's just fate. And other times it's the hard work of your branding, your marketing, your staying with it year after year that your name just floats into the universe and they get it. Anne: Sure. And it just becomes a known brand. Yeah. So how much will I make (laughs)? Will I get a return on my investment and how long? BOSSes, it's up to you. It's up to you. So, and we have all the faith that you can absolutely do it. So, ah, good conversation. Good conversation. Lau: I love that. I love that. So empowering. Anne: So BOSSes, here's a chance, not only to be a BOSS at your own business, but here's a chance for you to use your voice to make an immediate difference in our world and give back to the communities that give to you. Visit 100voiceswhocare.org to commit. And a big shout-out to our favorite ipDTL sponsor. You too can connect and network like BOSSes. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys have an amazing week, and we'll see you next week. Lau: See you next week, bye. Anne: Bye. Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voBOSS.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.
Haley's guest today is Andrew, a fellow podcaster and also dental hygienist! They discuss the benefits of having a collaborative care environment utilizing the full potential of dental hygienists within the dental practice. He currently practices out of Washington state and sheds some light on the different types of auxiliary roles that hygienists can perform depending on their state regulations. Engage with the podcast on Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/groups/703580220572972/ Join Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/703580220572972/ Haley's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/haleyschultzdental/
Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Education & Background Prior to his career in dentistry, Dr. Cary Goldstein completed a Bachelor's degree in Psychology at the University of Georgia in 1980. He went on to later receive his DMD from the Medical College of Georgia, followed by post-graduate studies in prosthodontics at the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. Homecoming to Atlanta Following his professional training, Dr. Goldstein returned “home” to Atlanta and was part of a multi-disciplinary private practice with five other clinicians. In 1996, Dr. Goldstein established his own practice in a new office on East Andrews Drive. He's currently a clinical instructor in Oral Rehabilitation at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry and a past special lecturer in Esthetic Dentistry at Emory University. Dr. Goldstein teaches other dentists, passing his expertise and experience to others in the field. Professional Achievements Among his extensive training and continuing education accomplishments, Dr. Goldstein is recognized by the following professional organizations for his services: A past president and current board member of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, which only accepts 100 Fellows across the globe, so it is a Who's Who of dentists Member of the Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity Member of the American Dental Association Former Member of the American College of Prosthodontists Former Executive Board Member of the Ben Massell Dental Clinic, originally founded by his grandfather Why Patients Choose Dr. Goldstein A Passion for Dentistry Dr. Goldstein lives and breathes his craft for dentistry. He's a highly respected, talented dentist, as well as a teacher and speaker. Dr. Golstein is the senior author of Imaging in Esthetic Dentistry, a textbook on the use of computerized imaging in esthetic dentistry. He lectures frequently on this subject and also teaches the functional and esthetic aspects of cosmetic dentistry to other dentists. His speaking invitations have not only taken him throughout the United States, but also to Europe, Mexico, South America, and Asia. A Third-Generation Dentist Following a long tradition of excellence in patient care, Dr. Goldstein is a third-generation dentist behind his father, grandfather, cousins, and now his brother and sister, too. Based on his family history, you can understand why Dr. Goldstein says, “Dentistry is in my genes.” A Certified Lumineers Provider Dr. Goldstein is a certified Lumineers provider and one of two doctors in the United States that is sponsored by DenMat. Through this reputable sponsorship, Dr. Goldstein has been actively involved in teaching and giving hands-on courses on how to do Lumineers around the US. Exceptional Care at Goldstein Dental Center Your comfort is our utmost priority. Dr. Goldstein uses his experience and artistic eye to make sure you look and feel like the best, most confident version of yourself by using the latest dental tools and state-of-the-art technology. Dr. Goldstein is well aware that people often have anxiety about dentistry, which is why he wants to provide a welcoming and relaxing environment for his patients to look forward to their appointments. He provides television viewings during your visit and may offer you Martini Dentistry(nitrous oxide/laughing gas) for your appointment.
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There's nothing wrong with being ignorant. All it means is that you don't know everything. But being arrogant means you don't want to listen to anyone else. Join me, Dr. Bruce B. Baird, today for a conversation about the cost of arrogance, and the exponential benefits of seeking out help to grow your dental practice.
Dr. Laurene Duke has been happily practicing dentistry for over 30 years. She was first introduced to dentistry as a 5-year-old patient in Dr. Beckman's practice, with a full garden in the backyard visible from every operatory. While attending Long Beach State University, Dr. Beckman introduced her to his daughter who was attending UCLA dental school. This was the first time Dr. Duke learned that women can really be doctors! During her dental school interviews Dr. Duke was told by the USC interviewer that she shouldn't attend dental school, that she would be taking the place of a man and she'd practice for a couple years before having babies and staying home. This was 1979; USC was the first acceptance letter she received and the first one she, very nervously, declined. After graduating UCLA dental school in 1984 she practiced in different clinics and practices, learning the type o dentistry she didn't want to perform and honing her skills to practice dentistry how she wanted. All through school and the beginning of her career she kept in close contact with Dr. Beckman and started working as his associate in the years after graduating. While in school she married an engineer, Scott, and they became parents in 1985 followed by a second in 1987. In 1989, while very pregnant with her third child, Dr. Beckman casually asked her if she wanted to buy his practice. It was probably the easiest practice sale in history. Dr. Beckman stayed on for a few years, as her associate, seeing patients so Dr. Duke could be a mom to three small children and see patients 1-2 days a week. One of the best things Dr. Beckman told her was to “work hard and enjoy what you do, but it is important to make time for family and life.” She has taken that through her entire career, always sure to make time to be a mom and LIVE. She has always taken time off for school and sport events with her children and family vacations, now averaging about 6-12 weeks a year out of the office. In 1994 the opportunity came for Dr. Duke to purchase the building, which she did and admits it was one of the best professional decisions she's ever made. In 1999 she navigated her way through a terrible embezzlement and learned more about being a business owner. Dental school introduces students how to be clinicians, but nothing about how to actually practice and own a business. In 2017 Dr. Duke was diagnosed with breast cancer. There was very little knowledge and resources to find out how to practice post-surgeries and during treatment. There was no timeline for coming back following a bilateral mastectomy. Dr. Duke and her small team figured out how best to do it for her practice and for her sanity. She learned more about how to help herself heal and how best to keep herself healthier, reading every journal and article she could find. She used HBOT and THOR laser religiously following her mastectomy which helped her heal quickly and well. Learning to re-use muscles, following both the mastectomy and then again after her final reconstruction surgery, was difficult and sometimes surprising when the simple act of using an instrument for a routine filling became more difficult. It was a journey that helped her become a healthier person and more understanding, educated doctor. In her free time Dr. Duke enjoys gardening, hiking, camping, and spending time with her family- especially now that there are grandchildren.
A familiar face joins the show today! With plenty of experience in building, growing, and selling businesses, Mark Costes is a thought leader and influencer in the marketplace. In this episode, we talk about the program he created for dental assisting and how he views and uses mistakes to shape his many successes in life and business. Check out the show notes for more information! P.S. Whenever you're ready, here are some other ways I can help fast track you to your Freedom goal (you're closer than you think) : 1. Schedule a Call with My Team: If you'd like to replace your active practice income with passive investment income within 2-3 years, and you have at least 1M in available capital (can include residential/practice equity or practice sale), then schedule a call with my team. If it looks like there is a mutual fit, you'll have the opportunity to attend one of our upcoming member events as a guest. 2. Become a Full-Cycle Investor There are many self-proclaimed genius investors today who think everything they touch turns to gold. But they're about to learn the hard way what others have gained through “expensive” experience. I'm offering a free report on how to become a full-cycle investor, who knows how to preserve and grow capital in Up and Down markets. Will you be prepared when the inevitable recession hits? Get your free report here. 3. Get Your Free Retirement Scorecard: Benchmark your retirement and wealth-building against hundreds of other practice professionals, and get personalized feedback on your biggest opportunities and leverage points. Click here to take the 3 minute assessment and get your scorecard.
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In this episode, Gary and Naren discuss six habits for dentists and their teams to thrive, including complimenting team members and setting goals. This episode offers practical advice for personal and professional development. Tune in now!
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What advice would Ryan and Matt give to a startup about how to use their early funding—especially if they find themselves with access to extra cash? And, what traps might await a dentist who is in practice accumulation mode? On this listener Q&R (Question and Response!) episode of the Dentist Money™ Show, Ryan and Matt answer financial questions from our loyal listeners. Need answers to your financial questions but not ready for a full-service wealth manager? Check out our new Dentist Money Membership program. Are you ready to fully outsource your financial planning and investment management to a financial advisor who specializes in working with dentists? Check out our Private Wealth Management service.
Today I am sitting down with Mark Burhenne, DDS aka Ask the Dentist and author of "The 8 Hour Sleep Paradox." Mark joins me to discuss oral health, how it affects our entire body and how to approach oral hygiene naturally and preventatively. Topics Discussed: Oral Microbiome #1 cause of cavities Mouth breathing How stress affects our oral microbiome Yeast infections Braces / Invisalign Is it a myth that coffee, tea, and lemon water deteriorate your teeth? Honey How to remineralize When to first take your child to the dentist How jar, mouth, and facial development need to be addressed at birth for the rest of your life What most dentists aren't doing How to find a functional dentist in your area Check Out Mark: Mark's Book Marks Website Mark's Instagram: @askthedentist Find a Functional Dentist: https://askthedentist.com/directory/ Sponsored By: Bite Toothpaste Get 20% off your first order with code DIGEST Trybite.com/digest Ned CBD Get 15% off helloned.com/DIGEST or use code “DIGEST” at checkout Check Out Bethany: Bethany's Instagram: @lilsipper Bethany's Website My Digestive Support Protein Powder Gut Reset Book Subscribe to my weekly newsletter (Friday Finds) www.lilsipper.com/subscribe As always, if you have any questions for the show please email us at email@example.com. And if you like this show, please share it, rate it, review it and subscribe to it on your favorite podcast app. Further Listening: Food Lies | Brian Sanders
The 'E' word. Embezzlement. A larger number of practices are victim to this than you might think. Casey and Jarrod walk through what you should do if you suspect a staff member of stealing.
In this episode, I discuss why telling is out and asking is in. So if you want to enhance employee buy-in and productivity... If you want to stop being the bottleneck to dental practice growth ... If you want your team to have an owner mentality because you recognize that collaborative and decisive teams win in the next decade... Tune in now! Join The Leading Dentist Collective – the free collaborative community for single-location dental practice owners who want to unleash their people, profits, and purpose. You can find show notes and more information by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/dentists-should-be-asking Relentless Dentist is a dental podcast by Dr. Dave Maloley.
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4Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dr. Peter Milgrom is Professor of Oral Health Sciences and Pediatric Dentistry in the School of Dentistry and adjunct Professor of Health Services in the School of Public Health at the University of Washington. He directs the Northwest Center to Reduce Oral Health Disparities. He holds academic appointments at Case Western University, University of Rochester, and University of California, San Francisco. He maintains a dental practice limited to the care of fearful patients and served as Director of the UW Dental Fears Research Clinic. Dr. Milgrom's work includes research on xylitol, the effectiveness of fluoride varnish and iodine in preschoolers, clinical efficacy and safety of diammine silver fluoride, motivational strategies to increase perinatal and well child dental visits in rural communities, and studies of cognitive interventions in pediatric and adult dental fear. The NIH, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation support his work. Dr. Milgrom is author of 5 books and over 300 scientific articles. His latest book, Treating Fearful Dental Patients, was published in 2009. Dr. Milgrom was Distinguished Dental Behavioral Scientist of the International Association for Dental Research for 1999. In 1999, and again in 2000, his work was recognized by the Giddon Award for research in the behavioral sciences in Dentistry. He received the Barrows Milk Award from IADR in 2000, recognizing his work for public health including the development of the Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (ABCD) program in Washington State. In 2003, Dr. Milgrom received a Special Commendation Award from the National Legal Aid and Defenders Association and the University of Washington Medical Center Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award. In 2010, he received the Aubrey Sheiham Research Award for his work on xylitol. He serves on scientific review committees for the NIDCR, NIMHHD, NINDS, Center for Scientific Review at NIH and as a consultant to the FDA. In 2005, Dr. Milgrom was appointed the SAAD Visiting Professor of Pain and Anxiety Control at the King's College Dental Institute, University of London, UK for a six-year term. In 2008 he was awarded the degree of Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of Bergen, Norway in recognition of his work in social and behavioral dentistry. In 2012, he received the University of California, San Francisco Dental Alumni Gold Medal for his contributions to Dentistry. In 2012 he was also awarded the Norton Ross Award for Excellence in Clinical Research by the American Dental Association. In 2013, he was appointed to the Council of Scientific Affairs of the American Dental Association. In 2014, he received the Irwin M. Mandel Distinguished Mentor Award from the IADR. In 2015, he served as HMDP Expert in Dental Public Health for the Singapore Ministry of Health. Dr. Milgrom received his DDS from the University of California, San Francisco in 1972 and had a previous position at the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. In the last few years, Dr. Milgrom has spoken to dental associations in Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Philippines, and USA and at major universities in USA and abroad.
45-year-old Colorado dentist, James Craig, was charged with first-degree murder after the painful, drawn out death of his wife, Angela, by poisoning. Sadly, this wasn't even James' first time trying to poison his wife, but this time he was successful. The Angela Pray Craig Children's Fund Donate to NCMEC through my campaign! https://give.missingkids.org/campaign/kendall-rae/c438796 This episode is sponsored by: Stitch Fix Check out Kendall's other podcasts: The Sesh & Mile Higher Follow Kendall! YouTube Twitter Instagram Facebook Mile Higher Zoo REQUESTS: General case suggestion form: https://bit.ly/32kwPly Form for people directly related/ close to the victim: https://bit.ly/3KqMZLj Discord: https://discord.com/invite/an4stY9BCN CONTACT: For Business Inquiries - kendall@INFAgency.com
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It doesn't really matter how old you are – 20, 30, 60, 70 – it can happen anytime in your career. You can start feeling old. This is it, you've reached the pinnacle of your career. But this is what I know about dentists who stay on top: they keep pushing forward, learning new techniques. They don't let the old man in. So today, I want to talk about how you can stay focused on what matters in life so you can live the fulfilling life I believe you deserve.
The My Practice My Business Dental Podcast
Running a dental practice with critical business thinking vs. “how does this make me feel” strategies is something that Tracy and I deal with constantly. It's where dentists and front office team members, and sometimes every team member, fail the business test. It's what separates the average practice from the great practices. Here we go…Support the show
The one and only Dr. Randy Houska sat down with Zach and Kevin to discuss a myth that EVERY DENTIST hears. Do you confront the misinformation? Do you let the lie slide? Do you allow mom to blame their innocent infant for wrecking their teeth? Randy's Protip: Some links from the show: Dentists, Implants and Worms Classic Dental Hacks "Scallion" article about babies stealing calcium If you want to interact with us, head over to the Very Clinical Facebook Group! Join the Very Dental Facebook group using the password "Timmerman," Hornbrook," McWethy" or "Lipscomb." The Very Dental Podcast network is and will remain free to download. If you'd like to support the shows you love at Very Dental then show a little love to the people that support us! -- Crazy Dental has everything you need from cotton rolls to equipment and everything in between and the best prices you'll find anywhere! If you head over to verydentalpodcast.com/crazy and use coupon code “verydental10” you'll get another 10% off your order! Go save yourself some money and support the show all at the same time! -- The Wonderist Agency is basically a one stop shop for marketing your practice and your brand. From logo redesign to a full service marketing plan, the folks at Wonderist have you covered! Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/wonderist! -- Enova Illumination makes the very best in loupes and headlights, including their new ergonomic angled prism loupes! They also distribute loupe mounted cameras and even the amazing line of Zumax microscopes! If you want to help out the podcast while upping your magnification and headlight game, you need to head over to verydentalpodcast.com/enova to see their whole line of products! -- CAD-Ray offers the best service on a wide variety of digital scanners, printers, mills and even their very own browser based design software, Clinux! CAD-Ray has been a huge supporter of the Very Dental Podcast Network and I can tell you that you'll get no better service on everything digital dentistry than the folks from CAD-Ray. Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/CADRay!
Prepper Charles Limperfun (Brednan Kane) joins the podcast to talk about what exactly being a prepper means, his dawg days, and the body of a friend he found in one of his tunnels. Also, his ex Melissa joins to talk about her specific bunker practices. Brought to you By: The Sonar Network https://thesonarnetwork.com/
Nothing But The Tooth Dentistry Podcast
Welcome to this episode of the Dental Practice Launch Podcast, where we'll be discussing an important but often overlooked topic in the dental profession - mental health. In particular, we'll be talking with Dr. Maggie Augustyn on how she, as a practicing dentist, manages anxiety and depression. Dentistry can be a high-stress and demanding profession, and the pressure to provide quality care to patients can take a toll on a dentist's mental health. Studies have shown that dentists are at a higher risk of experiencing anxiety, depression, and burnout than other healthcare professionals. However, there are ways to manage these issues and prioritize your mental wellbeing. Our guest will share their insights on effective coping mechanisms such as mindfulness, therapy, and self-care practices, which can help dentists reduce stress and maintain a positive outlook. We'll also discuss the importance of seeking help and support when needed, and how to identify warning signs of mental health issues in yourself or your colleagues.
Dr. Britany Baker grew up in a small town with dreams of being a dentist, and now she made those dreams a reality. She has an active social media following, has some great tips for communicating with dental patients, and her boyfriend also happens to be in dentistry too! A fun episode you will not want to miss. Ladies & Gentlemen, you are listening to Confessions From A Dental Lab, and we're happy you're here. Learn more at nuartdental.com Connect with Dr. Baker on instagram: @clt.toothdoc and email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Frank & NuArt on Instagram: @frankatnuartdental & @lifeatnuartdental Subscribe today and tell a friend :)
Many small business owners get into their business with an idea, rather than a full plan. You want to make t-shirts or print signs. You know it's profitable and you've already got some referral business. It's not that hard to make some money and get overwhelmed with business. What IS hard is growing your business to achieve your dreams and goals. One of the first steps to understanding how to create a great marketing plan (that will lead to success) is understanding the 4 Ps of marketing. In so many words, it's understanding your businesses goals, so you can make truly educated marketing decisions. So, what are the next steps for your marketing?Should you start a TikTok?Should you do local paid advertising?Would doing google ads be a good idea?Is renting a booth at a farmers market going to be profitable?Is hiring a marketing firm/person the right move?Anyone who tells you they have the answer to these questions is wrong. None of these can be answered correctly without knowing your 4 Ps. So let's get to them!All Marketing revolves around the 4 Ps:Product:The number of products categories, product lines and variations your company sells.For example:Product Categories: Workwear, SignageProduct Lines:WorkwearMen's WorkwearWomen's WorkwearSignagePrinted Graphic DecorativeIndoor SignsProduct Variations:WorkwearWomen's Short Sleeve t-shirtWomen's Long Sleeve t-shirtWomen's PoloHats (One)SignageRoom Names / BrailleRestroomsDirectoriesMapsInstructions (wash hands)How a product is presented or packaged and servedHow will your customer place their order?ecom, call in, email, in-person.How will your customer get their product?Personal delivery, by mail, customer pick up.Do you install or instruct?Price:What is the fair market rate of each item sold?How do customers pay? Can they pay online? Deposits? Pay in full?Promotion:What channels are you currently utilizing?New business: Nothing because your business hasn't started.Existing business: Google My business? Social Media? Word of Mouth? YouTube? Paid Advertising?What channels are you capable of utilizing?Can build a website? Can you hire someone to build one?Can you afford a paid advertising budget?Are there live events you can attend?Do you have a personality for social media/YouTube?Place:Are your products sold online? In store? 3rd party?Do customers need to be local?Are your products only sold with your physical presence? (e.g., signs)Is there anywhere you won't / can't sell?BONUSOnce you have 4Ps then you need to look at your demographicsWhat is the face of your customer or their profile / avatar?e.g., local small business owners - Dentists, Drs, Pharmacy, Interior Designers, Real Estate, Golf CourseNow that you have the 4Ps and your Demographics. You can start answering questions: Should you start a TikTok?Should you do local paid advertising?Would doing google ads be a good idea?Is renting a booth at a farmers market going to be profitable?
Viva Learning Podcasts | DentalTalk™
Dental podcast: Welcome to DentalTalk. I'm Dr. Phil Klein. Today we'll be discussing the use of digital and traditional impression taking techniques and how to make things easier for the dental lab, which ultimately results in less stress and a better restoration for the patient. Our guest is Dr. Richard Lipscomb Jr., a General Dentist and International Speaker, who lectures on Restorative and Dental Implant procedures. He is on the editorial advisory board for Dental Products Report and a Catapult member, who speaks and evaluates new products.
Bulletproof Dental Practice Podcast Episode 298 Host: Dr. Peter Boulden & Dr. Craig Spodak Guests: Dr. Trey Tippit & Dr. Dwight Peccora Key Takeaways: Introduction Most effective marketing for your practice Branding vs Educational vs. Storytelling Using Google Alerts for competition + reputational awareness AI advancements to demonstrate Macro: "Crypto is dead" Tweet on SS running out in 2033 - NO ONE WILL SAVE YOU References: Bulletproof Mastermind Bulletproof Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Dental Practice Bulletproof ERC Tweetables: People would watch a video if they're actually fun to watch. -Dr. Trey Tippit Different platforms speak different languages. -Dr. Dwight Pecorra If you're thinking of working somewhere, work in a financially stable institution. -Dr. Craig Spodak
In this episode, we are joined by Mike White, a CPA with extensive experience in dental M&A deals. Mike shares his insights on the dental side of M&A, including the metrics used by dental support organizations (DSOs) to value a practice. Tune in as we highlight how the dental and health care markets evolved over time and how DSOs and management services organizations (MSOs) have contributed to this change. Whether you're a dentist looking to sell your practice, an investor exploring opportunities in the health care market, or just curious about how these deals work, you will not want to miss this episode!Visit our website www.byrdadatto.com to learn more and to subscribe to the ByrdAdatto newsletter. Follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on the ByrdAdatto family. Finally, subscribe to our YouTube channel for short videos on breaking developments and interesting business and health care compliance topics. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ByrdAdatto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ByrdAdatto Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/byrdadattolaw/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/byrdadatto YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6VSOw0W5lrrj4iIl1HxTbg
In this week's episode of Dental Wealth, Eric and Matthew sit down to discuss professional freedom and how we utilize our assets to impact the world around us in amazing ways. Tune in to be inspired to dig deeper into your purpose and share with a friend. www.towerleadership.com Instagram: @towerleadership Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetowerleadership/
Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs
In today's episode, we will discuss the 10 Must Read Books for Dentists. If you're a dentist looking to create a relationship-driven practice, be effective in what you do, turn a good situation great, develop leadership and behavioral skills, or learn about management skills, then this episode is for you! Gary will be sharing insights on how these books can help dentists have a rewarding career in dentistry while leading a fulfilling life.
In this episode, I discuss why chasing money will undermine your practice. So if you want to create an unfair dental practice advantage… If you want to discover the keys to sustained high motivation and high productivity… If you want to understand why curiosity leads to profitability so that you can get control of your career and life… Tune in now! Join The Leading Dentist Collective – the free collaborative community for single-location dental practice owners who want to unleash their people, profits, and purpose. You can find show notes and more information by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/Motivated-Dentists Relentless Dentist is a dental podcast by Dr. Dave Maloley.
Dental All-Stars | Dental Practice Training & Systems
Dr. Todd Snyder and Alex Nottingham JD MBA discuss the challenges of working with dental insurance companies. Dr. Snyder described his experience of having his hands tied due to the limited reimbursements the insurance companies offered for his services. He decided to open a practice that did not take insurance, allowing him to provide a higher quality of service without being restricted by reimbursement rates. Alex then shared his experience from his father's dental office and how he eventually capitulated to taking insurance in order to make ends meet. They both agreed that there are dentists out there who have chosen to forgo insurance and make a living without compromising the quality of their work. HIGHLIGHTS[01:19] Winning the War on Dental Insurance[01:45] Insurance Reimbursement and Cosmetic Dentistry[03:53] Dentistry Insurance Plans[06:17] Choosing Patients and Marketing Strategies[07:32] Out-of-Network Insurance Benefits[09:21] Breaking Free from the Status Quo[10:31] Overcoming Fear and Taking Action[11:53] Exposure Therapy and Dropping Insurance for Dentists[14:03] Investing, Insurance, and Patient EducationRESOURCES[WEBINAR] Free Yourself from Dental Insurance Dependence: Learn more about All-Star Dental Academy Subscribe to Dental All-Stars Podcast Write a Review on iTunes Visit Dental-All-Stars Podcast Website ~ [WEBINAR] Free Yourself from Dental Insurance Dependence: https://1.allstardentalacademy.com/webinar-freedom ~ Learn more about the All-Star Practice Growth Summit on May 19-20, 2023 in Fort Lauderdale ~ 2-day event for dentists and team Case presentation, influence, phone skills, scheduling, and lots of fun!
Justin, Scott and Spiegel Show Highlights
Josh's news goes slightly off the rails when we find out producer Joe hasn't been to a dentist in almost 6 years. Then the texts started pouring in.. Needless to say, 6 years is far from the worst we heard!
Dental Marketing Theory - A Podcast by Gary Bird
Midline Dental Partners founder Vincent Crump joins Gary to talk about how dentists can optimize their revenue cycle management, how your PMS fits into that process, and — if you're starting a new practice — which PMS you should choose. Website: https://www.midlinedentalpartners.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/midline-dental-partners/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MidlineConsultants Say hello to Vincent! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vincent-crump-b6438b58 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vincent.crump.165 Visit our events page to discover all our upcoming events that you and your team don't want to miss! https://smcnational.com/events/
Dr. Peter Milgrom is Professor of Oral Health Sciences and Pediatric Dentistry in the School of Dentistry and adjunct Professor of Health Services in the School of Public Health at the University of Washington. He directs the Northwest Center to Reduce Oral Health Disparities. He holds academic appointments at Case Western University, University of Rochester, and University of California, San Francisco. He maintains a dental practice limited to the care of fearful patients and served as Director of the UW Dental Fears Research Clinic. Dr. Milgrom's work includes research on xylitol, the effectiveness of fluoride varnish and iodine in preschoolers, clinical efficacy and safety of diammine silver fluoride, motivational strategies to increase perinatal and well child dental visits in rural communities, and studies of cognitive interventions in pediatric and adult dental fear. The NIH, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation support his work. Dr. Milgrom is author of 5 books and over 300 scientific articles. His latest book, Treating Fearful Dental Patients, was published in 2009. Dr. Milgrom was Distinguished Dental Behavioral Scientist of the International Association for Dental Research for 1999. In 1999, and again in 2000, his work was recognized by the Giddon Award for research in the behavioral sciences in Dentistry. He received the Barrows Milk Award from IADR in 2000, recognizing his work for public health including the development of the Access to Baby and Child Dentistry (ABCD) program in Washington State. In 2003, Dr. Milgrom received a Special Commendation Award from the National Legal Aid and Defenders Association and the University of Washington Medical Center Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award. In 2010, he received the Aubrey Sheiham Research Award for his work on xylitol. He serves on scientific review committees for the NIDCR, NIMHHD, NINDS, Center for Scientific Review at NIH and as a consultant to the FDA. In 2005, Dr. Milgrom was appointed the SAAD Visiting Professor of Pain and Anxiety Control at the King's College Dental Institute, University of London, UK for a six-year term. In 2008 he was awarded the degree of Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of Bergen, Norway in recognition of his work in social and behavioral dentistry. In 2012, he received the University of California, San Francisco Dental Alumni Gold Medal for his contributions to Dentistry. In 2012 he was also awarded the Norton Ross Award for Excellence in Clinical Research by the American Dental Association. In 2013, he was appointed to the Council of Scientific Affairs of the American Dental Association. In 2014, he received the Irwin M. Mandel Distinguished Mentor Award from the IADR. In 2015, he served as HMDP Expert in Dental Public Health for the Singapore Ministry of Health. Dr. Milgrom received his DDS from the University of California, San Francisco in 1972 and had a previous position at the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. In the last few years, Dr. Milgrom has spoken to dental associations in Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Philippines, and USA and at major universities in USA and abroad.
The Productive Dentist Podcast
Hey doctor, do you want a great team who handles everything exactly how they're supposed to? Does that sound like magic? It's actually simpler than you might think. Over the years I developed a process in my dental practice called “trust, but verify.” Join me to learn what this can look like in your practice.
The 2023 Spear Summit is happening right this very moment and unfortunately, Al wasn't there this time. Some amazing podcast conten has been created over the years at this meeting. So in celebration of our friends at Spear Education having their summit, we're throwing back to the very first "face to face" podcast interview I ever did with Dr. Frank Spear at the 2019 Spear Summit. IT's a little bit of time travel because this discussion happened before the pandemic, before masking and before Zoom meetings became a way of life. I think you'll find it pretty interesting. "Jason and Alan had the privilege of sitting down with the one and only Dr. Frank Spear. We had an hour during the Spear Summit to pick up where we left off from episode 235 and it was very interesting. Frank opened the meeting with a talk that discussed the stories that dentists tell each other about where the profession is going and then presented some data that suggests a lot of these stories aren't exactly true. Some of the things we discussed: Why do insurance companies cover things so differently from state to state? The beauty of practicing in groups. But not necessarily a DSO. Could someone become Frank Spear in the way that Frank did considering student debt as it is now? How did beautiful temporaries make a difference in Frank's career? Why does Frank feel responsible to help the narrative that dentists tell each other? What's the data the Frank would really like to see? Why is it so impossible to compare dental businesses and income across the country? How can you compare apples to apples? Take home message: things are better than dentists are telling themselves! What is dental school like when your dad is Frank Spear? How could dental school teach things with more context? Are there useful parallels between dental and medical education? How will Frank's teaching schedule be changing in the future? How is the curriculum at Spear Education changing? What kind of "big numbers" has Frank been impressed with lately? (spoiler: it has to do with Spear Practice Solutions)" Join the Very Dental Facebook group using the password "Timmerman," Hornbrook" or "McWethy," or "Lipscomb!" The Very Dental Podcast network is and will remain free to download. If you'd like to support the shows you love at Very Dental then show a little love to the people that support us! -- Crazy Dental has everything you need from cotton rolls to equipment and everything in between and the best prices you'll find anywhere! If you head over to verydentalpodcast.com/crazy and use coupon code “VERYDENTAL10” you'll get another 10% off your order! Go save yourself some money and support the show all at the same time! -- The Wonderist Agency is basically a one stop shop for marketing your practice and your brand. From logo redesign to a full service marketing plan, the folks at Wonderist have you covered! Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/wonderist! -- Enova Illumination makes the very best in loupes and headlights, including their new ergonomic angled prism loupes! They also distribute loupe mounted cameras and even the amazing line of Zumax microscopes! If you want to help out the podcast while upping your magnification and headlight game, you need to head over to verydentalpodcast.com/enova to see their whole line of products! -- CAD-Ray offers the best service on a wide variety of digital scanners, printers, mills and even their very own browser based design software, Clinux! CAD-Ray has been a huge supporter of the Very Dental Podcast Network and I can tell you that you'll get no better service on everything digital dentistry than the folks from CAD-Ray. Go check them out at verydentalpodcast.com/CADRay!
BIG FACTS with BIG BANK & DJ SCREAM
BIG FACTS returns with a special double episode. It kicks off withT-Magic the magician who talks about his come up and how he got into magic.The Memphis Dentist also joins BIG FACTS to discuss the dental game, famous clients, working with BIG BANK and more. | Visit: www.bigfactspod.com | Follow: @BigFactsPod See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.