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Wolfe Admin Podcast
Advocating for Optometry with Dr. Bob Layman

Wolfe Admin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 34:56


Today on the show it is an honor to have the President of the American Optometric Association on, Dr. Bob Layman. We talk about advocating for the role of optometrists, how the AOA is helping advocate for the profession, and how we can each individually break down barriers in the profession as optometrists.  About Our Guest:  Robert C. Layman, O.D., was elected to the American Optometric Association Board of Trustees at the 116th Annual AOA Congress & 43rd Annual AOSA Conference: Optometry's Meeting® in June 2013 and serves as President of the Board of Trustees. In addition to his position as President, Dr. Layman serves as chair of the Executive Committee and the Personnel Committee and is the Speaker of the House of Delegates. Additionally, Dr. Layman is a member of the Center for Independent Practice Committee. He is the liaison trustee to the Council on Research Committee and the National Board of Examiners in Optometry group.  He also serves as the liaison trustee of affiliate associations in Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Montana, New Mexico, and Utah. Prior to his election to the AOA Board of Trustees, Dr. Layman's 30-plus years of consecutive AOA volunteer service include the following chairmanships: Diabetes Project Team, Optometric Executive's Project Team, Information and Member Services Group Executive Committee Chair, Non-Dues Income Committee, Assistance to Graduates Project Team and 401(K) Committee Chair. Dr. Layman was honored with the AOA Optometrist of the Year award in 2006. He has also received the Ohio Optometrist of the Year, Ohio Young Optometrist of the Year, Ohio Key Optometrist of the Year and Outstanding Senior Student Awards. Dr. Layman is a past president of the Ohio Optometric Association (OOA). He served as the OOA Electronic Health Records Task Force liaison to the Northwest Ohio Regional Extension Center/Health Information Partnership from 2010-2014. Dr. Layman chaired the EastWest Eye Conference from 2009-2011. He has presented the RealEyes Classroom Initiative curriculum in his community since the program's inception in 2001. Dr. Layman is a graduate of The Ohio State University (OSU) College of Optometry, where he was named one of OSU College of Optometry's Top 100 Notable Alumni during the 100th anniversary of the college. He has served as a vision consultant to the University of Toledo Athletic Department for more than 25 years. He has been an adult leader in Boy Scout Troop 87, a volunteer with the Mildred Bayer Homeless Clinic of Toledo, and a member of the YMCA Board of Managers. Dr. Layman is an owner of Pinnacle Eye Group in Lambertville, Michigan and Great Lakes Vision Care in Monroe, Michigan, and lives with his wife, Barb, in Toledo, Ohio. They have four grown children. He is energized to continue advancing the profession by working closely with affiliates, increasing membership, and securing the proper place for optometry in health care reform. Total Patient Care Workshops: The Total Patient Care On-Demand Workshop The Mastermind 6 Month Total Patient Care Program (enrolling now for spring 2023)  ---------------------------------------------------------- For our listeners, use the code 'EYECODEMEDIA22' for 10% off at check out for our Premiere Billing & Coding bundle or our EyeCode Billing & Coding course. Sharpen your billing and coding skills today and leave no money on the table!  Show Sponsors: CooperVision MacuHealth EssilorLuxottica  

The Myopia Podcast
#51 The Myopia Podcast: Dr. Erin Tomiyama: Atropine: Are your patients getting what they paid for?

The Myopia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 14:41


About Dr. Erin Tomiyama:Dr. Erin Tomiyama is an Assistant Professor of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University.She is a Southern California native and completed her undergraduate degree at UCLA. She then. received her OD degree from the Southern California College of Optometry at Marshall B. Ketchum University. Dr. Tomiyama moved to Houston, TX to complete a Cornea and Contact Lens Residency at the University of Houston College of Optometry. During residency, she was introduced to clinical research and decided to pursue a MS, then PhD in Physiological Optics. In her current role, Dr. Tomiyama teaches in the Contact Lens curriculum and serves as a clinicalattending in the Stein Family Cornea & Contact Lens Center. She has developed a passion for myopia management and recently established the Myopia Management Service at the. university. Her research areas of interest are myopia, optics, contact lenses, and astigmatic. corrections. Dr. Tomiyama is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a two-time Ezell Fellowship recipient.

The Optometry Money Podcast
Why and How to Launch a Specialty Lens Practice with Dr. Aaron Neufeld

The Optometry Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 28:55


Dr. Aaron Neufeld joins Evon to talk about launching a specialty lens practice in addition to - and separate from - his primary optometry practice. Dr. Neufeld is the owner of Los Altos Optometric Group, co-founder of the ODs on Finance Facebook group, and recently launched The Contact Lens Institute. He talks about the steps he took to plan and launch the specialty practice, the lessons he learned, and more. Have questions on anything discussed or want to have topics or questions featured on the show? Send Evon an email at evon@optometrywealth.com.Check out www.optometrywealth.com to get to know more about Evon, his financial planning firm Optometry Wealth Advisors, and how he helps optometrists nationwide. From there, you can schedule a short Intro call to share what's on your mind and learn how Evon helps ODs master their cash flow, build their net worth, and plan purposefully around their money and their practices. Resources mentioned on this episode:Los Altos Optometric GroupThe Contact Lens InstituteEmail: aneufeldod@gmail.comThe Infinite Game - Simon SinekODs on FinanceThe Optometry Money Podcast is dedicated to helping optometrists make better decisions around their money, careers, and practices. The show is hosted by Evon Mendrin, CFP®, CSLP®, owner of Optometry Wealth Advisors, a financial planning firm just for optometrists nationwide.

Practice Advantage
Operational Opportunities with Kathy Long

Practice Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 25:11


On this episode of the Practice Advantage podcast, I sit down with Kathy Long, PECAA's Business Operations Advisor to discuss the importance of taking time to review your standard practice operations and find ways to make them more efficient and more effective. Key TakeawaysLeverage your office manager. If your practice doesn't have one, consider team leads to drive change.It's important to get started. Take some time away from patient care, pick one specific process to evaluate, determine your metrics, ask the right questions, involve the team, and most importantly, get started.Consider the most important processes like recall, optical capture, doctor hand-off, and marketing – ones that have significant revenue impact for the practice.Focus on the customer journey and map that journey. The mapping exercise helps lay out the process operations that you can focus on and improve.What Kathy is reading:Stop Overthinking by Nick Trenton

Wolfe Admin Podcast
Is it Medical or is it Routine with Dr. Kyle Klute

Wolfe Admin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 37:15


Back again for a second conversation, welcome Dr. Kyle Klute. We talked about how to integrate a process that helps execute different disease states in your practice for both medical and routine care.  Total Patient Care Workshops: Take up $500 off these workshops if you enroll before February 1st!  The Total Patient Care On-Demand Workshop The Mastermind 6 Month Total Patient Care Program (enrolling now for spring 2023)  About our guest today:  Dr. Klute received his optometry degree from Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago and then completed additional training at a Veteran's Medical Center in Battle Creek, Michigan. He then worked at an ocular disease referral center exclusively managing sight-threatening conditions of the eye. Now, he brings that wealth of knowledge and experience to primary care striving to identify these sight-threatening conditions earlier before they manifest into life-altering situations. Originally from the small town, Hampton, in south-central Nebraska, Dr. Klute strives to bring that small town, personable experience to health care.  Connect with Dr. Klute here on LinkedIN! ---------------------------------------------------------- For our listeners, use the code 'EYECODEMEDIA22' for 10% off at check out for our Premiere Billing & Coding bundle or our EyeCode Billing & Coding course. Sharpen your billing and coding skills today and leave no money on the table!  Show Sponsors: CooperVision MacuHealth EssilorLuxottica  

The Optometry Money Podcast
Navigating Internal Practice Transitions with Dr. Mick Kling and Craig Moritz

The Optometry Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 54:46


Dr. Mick Kling and Craig Moritz join Evon to talk all about navigating internal optometry practice transitions. They talk about when it makes sense to transition ownership, the steps of the process, due diligence, when lending comes into play, and more. Dr. Kling is the owner of a 2 location practice and is a Practice Management and Transition Advisor for Vision Source. Craig is with Vision Source as well, as the Director of Strategic Partnerships. Both bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in optometry practice transitions working with both buyers and sellers. Have questions on anything discussed or want to have topics or questions featured on the show? Send Evon an email at evon@optometrywealth.com.Check out www.optometrywealth.com to get to know more about Evon, his financial planning firm Optometry Wealth Advisors, and how he helps optometrists nationwide. From there, you can schedule a short Intro call to share what's on your mind and learn how Evon helps ODs master their cash flow, build their net worth, and plan purposefully around their money and their practices. Resources mentioned on this episode:Vision Source Transitions ProgramVision Source NextCraig Moritz LinkedInEmail: mkling@visionsource.comEmail: cmoritz@visionsource.comThe Optometry Money Podcast Ep 14: Navigating Financing for Optometry Cold Starts and Practice Acquisitions with David TessierThe Optometry Money Podcast is dedicated to helping optometrists make better decisions around their money, careers, and practices. The show is hosted by Evon Mendrin, CFP®, CSLP®, owner of Optometry Wealth Advisors, a financial planning firm just for optometrists nationwide.

Open Your Eyes with Dr. Kerry Gelb
Ep 93 Part 2 - "Understanding Glaucoma" Dr. Richard Madonna

Open Your Eyes with Dr. Kerry Gelb

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 77:11


Dr. Richard J. Madonna is a Professor in the Department of Biological and Vision Sciences and Director of the Office of Continuing Professional Education at the SUNY College of Optometry. He is the former Chair of the Department of Clinical Education and Chief of the Ocular Disease and Special Testing Service at the College. Clinically, his practice at the University Eye Center is limited to glaucoma. He lectures nationally and internationally on glaucoma and ophthalmic imaging. He has held many volunteer positions in his career, currently as a Board Member of the Optometric Glaucoma Society and as one of ASCO's representatives to the COPE Governing Committee. He has received numerous clinical education awards, most recently the American Academy of Optometry's Vincent Ellerbrock Clinician-Educator Award and the New York State Optometric Association's Educator of the Year Award. He was recently inducted into SUNY College of Optometry's inaugural PRISM Society, given to those who influenced and supported the advancement of SUNY College of Optometry's mission through innovation, dedication, and service. Dr. Madonna was formerly Director of the Optometric Residency Program at the VA Hudson Valley Health Care System, Chief of the Optometry Section at the VA Medical Center in Castle Point, New York, and Chief of the Ocular Disease and Special Testing Service at the University Eye Center.

Wolfe Admin Podcast
Not ”Just an Optometrist” with Dr. Kyle Klute

Wolfe Admin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 36:27


Today on the show, welcome back to Dr. Kyle Klute. A long time friend, colleague, mentor, and another Omaha based optometrist. We had a really great conversation about our identity, both as people and as eye doctors. We talked about how this identity shapes what we believe about what we can do in the profession and how this identity will help us think of ourselves as not "just" optometrists. Understanding who we are is the basis of every choice we make both in life and in business.  Total Patient Care Workshops: Take up $500 off these workshops if you enroll before February 1st!  The Total Patient Care On-Demand Workshop The Mastermind 6 Month Total Patient Care Program (enrolling now for spring 2023)  About our guest today:  Dr. Klute received his optometry degree from Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago and then completed additional training at a Veteran's Medical Center in Battle Creek, Michigan. He then worked at an ocular disease referral center exclusively managing sight-threatening conditions of the eye. Now, he brings that wealth of knowledge and experience to primary care striving to identify these sight-threatening conditions earlier before they manifest into life-altering situations. Originally from the small town, Hampton, in south-central Nebraska, Dr. Klute strives to bring that small town, personable experience to health care.  Connect with Dr. Klute here on LinkedIN! ---------------------------------------------------------- For our listeners, use the code 'EYECODEMEDIA22' for 10% off at check out for our Premiere Billing & Coding bundle or our EyeCode Billing & Coding course. Sharpen your billing and coding skills today and leave no money on the table!  Show Sponsors: CooperVision MacuHealth EssilorLuxottica  

Healthcare and Higher
64. Maria Sampalis - Founder of the Corporate Optometry Network

Healthcare and Higher

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 57:22


Dr. Maria Sampalis is the Founder of Corporate Optometry Network, a nationwide group dedicated to empowering corporate optometrists. She works to promote leadership skills, business acumen and professional networking for over 65,000 eye care providers through her blogs, events and consulting services. Dr. Sampalis started the Corporate Optometry Network in 2015 which now includes Corporate Optometry Careers, Corporate OD Insider magazine and Corporate OD Alliance. She also serves on the editorial advisory board for both Optometry Times and Opthalmology360.com. In addition, she continues to see patients at several independently owned practices. Dr. Sampalis graduated with her Doctorate degree from the New England College of Optometry as well as a Bachelor's degree from Northeastern University. Learn more about Maria at https://atchainternational.com/healthcare-and-higher-podcast-ep64-maria-sampalis/ For a complete list of guests and links to past episodes, visit https://atchainternational.com/healthcare-and-higher-podcast/ Connect with Iqbal on: - Linked at https://www.linkedin.com/in/iqbalatcha/ - Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/iqbalatcha1 - Twitter at https://twitter.com/IqbalAtcha1 Join us next week for another exciting episode of the "Healthcare and Higher" podcast! #HealthcareAndHigher #IqbalsInterviews Song Credits: "Life Is A Dream" by Michael Ramir C. "Stay With Me" by Michael Ramir C. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iqbal-atcha/support

The 20/20 Podcast
Episode 92 - The Future of Canadian Optometry - Dr. Richard Maharaj, The Independent Specialist

The 20/20 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 60:48


We're back with another installment of the Future of Canadian Optometry. Joining us today is Dr. Richard Maharaj, who expressed that the original six conversations did not fully represent the perspectives of optometrists across Canada. In this episode, Dr. Maharaj dives into the perspectives that many non-business-owning doctors have about our profession's current and future status. He also shares a perspective of a growing area of the industry that he calls the Independent Specialist. You don't want to miss out on the incredible exchange of insights and ideas by tuning in to this episode with host Harbir Sian.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! http://www.aboutmyeyes.com/podcast/

Power Hour Optometry's Only Live Radio Show
Creating a Great Practice Culture

Power Hour Optometry's Only Live Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 27:48


Building the right culture takes time and thought, and frankly, it's not a one-size-fits-all deal! Today Dr. Jennifer shares how important culture is in her practice and how she succeeds.

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Finding Your Best-fit Sending Agency (The top 10 Questions to Ask)

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023


In this session, you'll learn the most important questions to ask when considering a potential mission sending organization. Find your best fit by attending this seminar!

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The Optometry Money Podcast
The Optometrist's Guide to The SECURE Act 2.0

The Optometry Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 28:44


What do optometrists need to know about the recently passed SECURE Act 2.0? Evon breaks down the biggest points of the law that both employed optometrists and practice owners need to keep an eye on, specifically around 529 accounts, SIMPLE IRAs, and 401ks.Have questions on anything discussed or want to have topics or questions featured on the show? Send Evon an email at evon@optometrywealth.com.Check out www.optometrywealth.com to get to know more about Evon, his financial planning firm Optometry Wealth Advisors, and how he helps optometrists nationwide. From there, you can schedule a short Intro call to share what's on your mind and learn how Evon helps ODs master their cash flow, build their net worth, and plan purposefully around their money and their practices. Resources mentioned on this episode:ODs on Facebook Newsletter: The SECURE Act 2.0Eyes On The Money Weekly Newsletter: The Optometrist's Guide to SECURE Act 2.0SECURE Act 2.0 Timeline of Key RulesThe Optometry Money Podcast is dedicated to helping optometrists make better decisions around their money, careers, and practices. The show is hosted by Evon Mendrin, CFP®, CSLP®, owner of Optometry Wealth Advisors, a financial planning firm just for optometrists nationwide.

WO Voices
Dr. Karla Zadnik: Leader, Educator, Children's Vision Advocate and Quilter

WO Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 23:52


Karla Zadnik, OD, PhD, is dean of The Ohio State University College of Optometry. In this WO Voices podcast, she talks about the career choices she's made, balancing marriage, motherhood and an impressive legacy of research, writing and inspiring students -- as well as her love for quilting, her creative outlet. Hear her describe her influences and the moments where doors opened and her path forward became suddenly crystal clear. 

Practice Advantage
Out-Market Your Competition with Randy Bunka and Saul Alvarez

Practice Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 24:52


On this episode, we sit down with the masterminds behind midbrain, Randy Bunka and Saul Alvarez, to discuss the tools that big box stores and e-commerce platforms and how independent eye care professionals can take advantage of them to drive new patients into their practice. Key TakeawaysThe average practice loses at least 10% of their patients each year. Marketing to new patients in new markets is critical just to stay flat as a business, much less grow.The big players are leveraging big data and AI, based around who the patient is, what they're looking at, when they're looking at it, to market to new potential patients successfully.Re-marketing is incredibly effective. We don't always know when the consumer is in the awareness phase of the customer journey. Re-marketing keeps your product and service front and center so they know where to turn when they're ready to purchase. The most effective marketing is targeted - towards multiple categories of patients, but individuals who are most likely to access your services. PECAA Ads allows independent practices to leverage the big data and AI to drive re-marketing display ads to new patients in your community. Learn more today!What Saul is reading:Drive by Daniel Pink

Open Your Eyes with Dr. Kerry Gelb
Ep 93 Part 1 - "Understanding Glaucoma" Dr. Richard Madonna

Open Your Eyes with Dr. Kerry Gelb

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 68:05


Dr. Richard J. Madonna is a Professor in the Department of Biological and Vision Sciences and Director of the Office of Continuing Professional Education at the SUNY College of Optometry. He is the former Chair of the Department of Clinical Education and Chief of the Ocular Disease and Special Testing Service at the College. Clinically, his practice at the University Eye Center is limited to glaucoma. He lectures nationally and internationally on glaucoma and ophthalmic imaging. He has held many volunteer positions in his career, currently as a Board Member of the Optometric Glaucoma Society and as one of ASCO's representatives to the COPE Governing Committee. He has received numerous clinical education awards, most recently the American Academy of Optometry's Vincent Ellerbrock Clinician-Educator Award and the New York State Optometric Association's Educator of the Year Award. He was recently inducted into SUNY College of Optometry's inaugural PRISM Society, given to those who influenced and supported the advancement of SUNY College of Optometry's mission through innovation, dedication, and service. Dr. Madonna was formerly Director of the Optometric Residency Program at the VA Hudson Valley Health Care System, Chief of the Optometry Section at the VA Medical Center in Castle Point, New York, and Chief of the Ocular Disease and Special Testing Service at the University Eye Center.

Today's Top Tune
Optometry: ‘Chameleon'

Today's Top Tune

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 3:19


Optometry is a brand spanking new LA-based duo composed of electro genius John Tejada and stunning singer March Adstrum. Adstrum's hypnotic voice and guitar spark Tejada's machinations on their debut track “Chameleon,” with a full-length album coming in March. 

Living Beyond 120
A Validated Technique to Use Your Eyes to Reprogram Your Brain

Living Beyond 120

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 69:31


Join Dr. Jeffrey Gladden and Dr. Stelios Nikolakakis in this episode of Gladden Longevity. Dr. Nik graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry with a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Doctor of Optometry Degree in 1996. Dr. Nik currently owns a full-scope Neuro-Visual Optometry practice in Etobicoke. He specializes in treating those with learning disabilities, mild traumatic brain injury, amblyopia, strabismus, and Sports-Vision training for high-level athletes. In this episode, the chat is about letting go of negative emotions and limiting beliefs to move into a compelling future that includes longevity and how to utilize emotions in a supportive construct. Listen to learn more about how to discover a life with purpose and, in turn, improve longevity.    Listen to this episode to learn about making a hundred, the new thirty, and living beyond 120!      Dr. Gladden goes over who Dr. Nik is and what he does. (00:40)  Dr. Gladden narrates how he met Dr. Nik and welcomes Dr. Nik. (1:40)  Dr. Nik explains how he and his wife found out they had a challenge with unexplained infertility for three years while trying to have kids. (3:56)  Dr. Nik recalls coming across a doctor who only sees patients if they do a nutritional and emotional evaluation. (5:00)  Dr. Nik describes a not-so-perfect situation that he and his wife found themselves in sometime back. (7:25)  Dr. Nik recollects how he advised his wife not to give in to the negative reports they were receiving while dealing with the health issue of their son. (9:18)  Dr. Gladden questions Dr. Nik about vision therapy. (11:29)  Dr. Gladden comments on how the brain actually fabricates reality based on very partial information. (14:21)  Dr. Gladden asks Dr. Nik to discuss the action one should take. (16:15)  Dr. Gladden emphasizes the importance of the energetic lens we are looking through. (20:47)  Dr. Nik refers to how vision therapy can help people change their paradigms. (23:24)  Dr. Nik states statistics that say that twenty-five percent of every classroom has visionary-related learning disabilities. (26:45)  Dr. Gladden refers to the fact that if you close down a camera's aperture, you will have a narrower field of view. (30:00)  Dr. Gladden reiterates that we tend to think of the emotional state as the emotional state. (33:21)  Dr. Gladden clarifies that safety is associated with each cycle Dr. Nik mentioned. (35:31)  Dr. Nik highlights why we consider emotions a good thing. (38:33)  Dr. Nik details how a new reality is created. (41:54)  Dr. Nik describes a convergence insufficiency. (45:30)  Dr. Nik shares insight he received from patients during Covid. (47:38)  Dr. Nik recounts how he thought they were focusing on the problem and not the potential. (49:37)  Dr. Nik advises that it is important for us to be responsible and real. (51:19)  Dr. Nik communicates that if we know what is going on neuro-visually, we can have a deeper conversation in understanding the potential of each patient. (54:30)  Dr. Nik reveals that he has done every therapy there is to do for his son and continues to do vision therapy with him. (57:45)  Dr. Gladden commends Dr. Nik and shares how everything he is doing is really fascinating. (1:00:17)  Dr. Nik points out how the emotional state of the parents has a great neurological impact on the child. (1:02:09)  Dr. Gladden specifies that nervous parents create nervous kids. (1:04:46)  Dr. Nik notes that you can't pick up a concussion with MRI. (1:06:02)  Dr. Gladden thanks Dr. Nik for coming on the show. (1:08:10)           Visit our website, www.gladdenlongevitypodcast.com, for more information on this episode and other episodes as well. Click on the link to let us know what you'd like us to talk about on the podcast too!            Follow us on social media!           Instagram: @gladdenlongevity           Twitter: @gladdenlongevit           Facebook: @GladdenLongevity    LinkedIn: @GladdenLongevity        For more information on our practice or how to become a client, visit:    www.gladdenlongevity.com     Call us: 972-310-8916    Or email us: info@gladdenlongevity.com     To learn more about Dr. Nik, check out the following:   Website (optometry): www.mindseyeoptometry.com  Email: drnik@drnik.ca  Family website and charity page: www.handfullhearts.com  Vision therapy for kids with learning disabilities (charity to support awareness of vision therapy): www.visiondiscover.ca.  Coaching website: www.empoweredpracticeculture.com. 

The Optometry Money Podcast
Building a Personal Brand As An Optometrist with Dr. Joseph Allen

The Optometry Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 55:05


This episode features Dr. Joseph Allen, optometrist at PineCone Vision Center and founder of the Doctor Eye Health, a YouTube channel with over 750,000 subscribers. Dr. Allen, joined the podcast to talk about his journey building a personal brand through content creation in addition to his work as a practitioner. He talks about why and how he started creating videos, how he built a business around content creation, and the power of building a personal brand and side business as an optometrist. Have questions on anything discussed or want to have topics or questions featured on the show? Send Evon an email at evon@optometrywealth.com.Check out www.optometrywealth.com to get to know more about Evon, his financial planning firm Optometry Wealth Advisors, and how he helps optometrists nationwide. From there, you can schedule a short Intro call to share what's on your mind and learn how Evon helps ODs master their cash flow, build their net worth, and plan purposefully around their money and their practices. Resources mentioned on this episode:Doctor Eye Health YouTube ChannelDoctor Eye Health WebsiteEmail: hello@doctoreyehealth.comInstagram: Joseph Allen, OD, FAAOYoungOD ConnectThe Optometry Money Podcast is dedicated to helping optometrists make better decisions around their money, careers, and practices. The show is hosted by Evon Mendrin, CFP®, CSLP®, owner of Optometry Wealth Advisors, a financial planning firm just for optometrists nationwide.

Power Hour Optometry's Only Live Radio Show

Your inner voice can be either a powerful stepping stone or a major obstacle to reaching your goals. Our first episode for 2023 with Kim Boudreau Smith, Leadership and Speaking Coach, talks about how you can conquer your inner critic, strengthen your real self, and fuel your success.

OldPreMeds Podcast
318: From Optometry to Opthalmology

OldPreMeds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 13:45


This non-trad is already in their 3rd year of optometry school. Is it too late to switch to medical school?

The Optometry Money Podcast
Holiday Replay: Getting a Grip On Your Practice Bookkeeping with Wade Weisz

The Optometry Money Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 62:12


Enjoy a holiday replay of a 2022 favorite (Ep 29). Wade Weisz, owner of For Eyes Bookkeeping, joins Evon to talk about the ins and outs of bookkeeping for an optometry practice.They dive into the basics of bookkeeping, the three financial statements in the business, how often to review your financials, and ways to catch whether your books are accurate. It's hard to overstate how important clean, accurate books are to being a better business owner and getting the best advice from your advisors.As a holiday gift, Evon opened up the app/dashboard he uses with clients (Elements) to track financial data and assess financial health. Click here to download the app, set up the initial information, and look through the "vital signs". You don't even have to interact with Evon if you don't want to, but he's happy to answer any questions. Have questions on anything discussed or want to have topics or questions featured on the show? Send Evon an email at evon@optometrywealth.com.Check out www.optometrywealth.com to get to know more about Evon, his financial planning firm Optometry Wealth Advisors, and how he helps optometrists nationwide. From there, you can schedule a short Intro call to share what's on your mind and learn how Evon helps ODs master their cash flow, build their net worth, and plan purposefully around their money and their practices. Resources mentioned on this episode:For Eyes BookkeepingFacebook - Wade WeiszAccess Financial Health Dashboard (Elements)!The Optometry Money Podcast is dedicated to helping optometrists make better decisions around their money, careers, and practices. The show is hosted by Evon Mendrin, CFP®, CSLP®, owner of Optometry Wealth Advisors, a financial planning firm just for optometrists nationwide.

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Creating a Financial Plan for 2023

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 28:53


How much do you want to earn in 2023? Bethany talks about how to use your financial statement to make sure you get there.