Do you count down the seconds on the clock until you can go home? Are you feeling burned out with all the work you’re putting into your dental practice? Do you feel like you have no time for anything else?
If you’re like most dental practice owners, you probably answered yes.
Look… everyone has a different reason for starting a dental practice, and while it is incredibly rewarding at times, it’s also a never-ending grind.
Make no mistake, running a successful practice is hard work, but it DOESN’T have to consume you every waking hour.
You CAN have successful practice while still having time for your relationships, watching sports, hanging out with your kids, or anything else you like to spend time doing.
My guest today, Justin Short is living proof.
Justin owns a very successful practice in the STL area and is also the founder of TheLifestylePractice.com where he shares his tips on how to maximize productivity and break free from the never ending grind.
For the last several years he’s been obsessed with how to grow his practice while still having work-life balance. I think you’ll find his approach to work refreshing, and I know there are a few things you’ll be able to apply to your own practice.
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Here are a few things you'll discover in today's episode:
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A special thanks to Justin for joining us today. We can all use a little more time in our life to focus on things other than business, and Justin has devoted his life to helping dentists reclaim their work life balance.
As a bonus for today, Justin has generously shared his free report, 5 Things You Don’t Need To Have For A Successful Practice.
You’ll definitely find a few of his suggestions counterintuitive, but his results speak for themselves.
I highly recommend you give it a read.
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“Staying engaged with every patient every day.. are huge factors in growing your dental practice.” - Justin Short
“Patients want to know… can you help me? Can you fix my problems?” - Justin Short
“If you’re getting turned down over and over ... it’s not the patient's fault…. You need to get better.” - Justin Short
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