300: Dr. Paul Etchison | Nelson Ridge Family Dental
The Dental Marketer
Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyGuest: Dr. Paul EtchisonPractice Name: Nelson Ridge Family DentalCheck out Paul's Media:Podcast & Website: www.dentalpracticeheroes.comMentorship Website: www.dentalbusinessmentor.comEmail: email@example.comHost: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental MarketerJoin the podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer Society JOIN MY EMAIL LIST HERE FOR GROUND MARKETING STRATEGIES AND TACTICS.My 3 Key Takeaways:How Paul leads his team and handles disagreements with team members?The biggest risks he took in his practice that paid off.What major, unpopular, inefficiencies did Paul see in his practice and how did he fix them?Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes!DON'T FORGET TO:Join The Newsletter here and be a part of The Dental Marketer FamilyClick here to see how you can attract new patients immediately and consistently!Click Here to join the Ground Marketing Facebook Group
Dr. Paul Etchison: Co-Founder of Dental Business Mentor
The Deals for Dentists Podcast
Dr. Paul Etchison practices outside of Chicago. He Is The Author Of "Dental Practice Hero: From Ordinary Practice To Extraordinary Experience". Dr. Etchison is the host of the Dental Practice Heros Podcast and co-founder of Dental Business Mentor. www.dentalbusinessmentor.com www.dentalpracticeheroes.com
Virtual VoD #4: The Dental Practice Heroes Podcast with Dr. Paul Etchison
The Very Dental Podcast
What does it take to have an extremely profitable practice as fast as possible? In this episode, we interview Dr. David Goldwyn Jequinto, he explains how he was able to shorten the curve in growing his office in San Antonio. ---------------------------------------- If you are ready to take your practice to the next level, Dental Business Training by Dr. Paul Etchison can be found at Dental Business Mentor. For more Dental Business Content Check out www.DentalPracticeHeroes.com Subscribe
Employee Attrition with Dr. Paul Etchison, Host of Dental Practice Heroes Podcast
Commercial Real Estate Secrets
Dr. Paul Etchison is the host of Dental Practice Heroes Podcast and owner of Nelson Ridge Family Dental.With a staff of 34 employees, Dr. Paul has never had anyone quit on him in nine years. He attributes this feat to communicating with his staff and empathizing with them. It may be cliche, but it's not easy. He shares his precise methods of communication and empathizing that work well for him in the episode, as well as new things he learned from the book "I Hear You." His book recommendations are: Making money is Killing Your Business by Chuck Blakeman, who was on our showClockwork by Michael MichaelwitzE-myth by Michael GerberDental Practice Heroes Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dental-practice-heroes-podcast/id1315253777If you need help finding the perfect location or your ready to invest in commercial real estate, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign up for a FREE real estate portfolio analysis View our library on apple podcasts or REUniversity.org.Connect on Facebook.
Dental Friends with Benefits is a fun show where Doctors George Hariri and Ashley Joves have REAL conversations about things going on in their lives. They get vulnerable and honest and they do not hold back--including their language (you've been warned)! They both have a lot going on outside of their successful practices. George is the CEO of Shared Practices, also a co-host on the Shared Practices Podcast. Ashley runs a podcast and Facebook Group called "The Make of a Dental Startup"
Episode 124: Dr. Justin Bhullar and Dr. Paul Etchison - The Strategy of a Grand Re-Opening (Part 1)
The Nifty Thrifty Dentists
Dr. Justin Bhullar and Dr. Paul Etchison Justin has practices in Alberta, Canada and Paul is outside of Chicago. What should doctors be thinking about right now? We are hoping there is some lead time to prepare, but there are a lot of questions as to what it will look like. Even if we open as usual, expect a drop in production due to patient hesitation and budget or benefit loss. Consult with your team on how they want to participate. For supplies, prepare for what you need, especially regarding PPE, but don’t go crazy. For scheduling, you may have more cancellations at first. Ramp up your production ability and possibly prioritize treatment according to need. A lot of the reopening will be based on feel. They may not realize the risks, so he’s expecting people to come back quickly. Play up your sanitation efforts. Now is also a great time to renegotiate your PPO fee schedule. Have you talked to your team and how did you approach it? He has done a Zoom meeting as well as an anonymous survey. SoGo survey is an option that is not free, but there may be some free ones out there such as Survey Monkey. The strength of the relationship is important. If you manage remotely, have the closest touchpoint person reach out in addition to what you are offering as the owner. Overcommunicate and stay visible. How has it gone with your associates? We talk and message often so that we can communicate. Make sure they know you have their back and tell them the plan. Set the expectations and work on the plan. Don’t put anyone in your office that doesn’t feel safe. Find out what they would need to be comfortable, otherwise, it’s not a good working environment. The biggest thing is to maintain communication with your team. What are your steps to get ready? In about 2 weeks they are hoping to bring everyone back to practice new safety protocols and review training. Then a meeting with your team leads to direct additional training to prepare to open. If it’s emergency only, it will not include hygiene, and hours would go to those with seniority first. Text patients to confirm their appointments. Start with building your schedule and confirming appointments. Texting is okay, but phone calls help build relationships. What are some things we should be thinking about once reopening? Make sure to take time for family and try to keep a good routine. Get back to your regular sleeping schedule as well. Their group Dental Business Mentor is designed for training docs and their team. It is an online platform that addresses the problems and how to correct them. The online platform is not only convenient, but it gives you a chance to pause, go back, and ingest the information. It also comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. What is your advice for navigating the current climate? We are going to be okay. We have the time to educate yourself and become better. Try some new routines and see what you can change for the better. Stop and visualize what you are thankful for. You can’t be both grateful and angry at the same time, so focus on that. Your effort will multiply, so put the time in and don’t be passive.
When I talk to dentists, a lot of the conversation is about how to get everyone rowing in the same direction. In this episode, my good friend Dr. Paul Etchison joins me to share his insight and years of expertise on leadership and implementing systems that create a unified and purposeful practice. You can find show notes and more information by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/2GSvMuB
5-02 How to Put Down the Hand Piece and Lead with Dr. Paul Etchison
Shared Practices | Your Dental Roadmap to Practice Ownership | Custom Made for the New Dentist
Successful practice owner (and legendary delegator) Dr. Paul Etchison joins us today. With a seemingly unending stream of valuable thoughts, he teaches us how he built a healthy culture, why he delegates almost everything, and why you should put down your hand piece and lead. ** Dr. Richard Low kicks off Season 5 of Shared Practices with a new format! We'll spend Season 5 exploring Leadership, Culture, and Change through the lens of both ownership and pre-ownership: Mondays Shared Practices Dr. Richard Low returns, hosting weekly deep dives on a single topic. This is the staple of Shared Practices, and listeners include current practice owners everywhere. Wednesdays The Pursuit of Ownership Hosted by rapidly-advancing, just-angsty-enough interns Tyler, Aaron, and Clay; this segment serves the modern-day, discerning pre-owner. Students and graduates working toward practice ownership are sure to enjoy. Fridays Practice Under Water Fearless exploration of real problems with real practices. Cohosts Dr. George Hariri and Dr. Matt Guarino use meaningful metrics and tailored coaching to help our anonymized guests stay afloat. 'Profitable, simple, and sustainable' is the name of the game.