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The Making of Smile & Co.

Posted by Smileandco on September 29, 2017

The Making of SMILE & CO. Episode TWELVE

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Welcome to the twelfth episode of The Making of SMILE & CO.! Listen to Dr. Ashley Joves’ story as she talks about how much better she feels now that her insurance system is in place. This week’s episode is life-changing, and perfect for anyone thinking about starting their own dental practice. Tune in and listen carefully, because you won’t want to miss this week’s episode!

 

 

Sponsor of the Show

Stream Dental Staffing Solutions is The Making of SMILE & CO.’s new sponsor! They provide human resource services that will help you create a strategy, and find the best employees for your practice. They also help write policy manuals and employee handbooks. Use special discount code TDM25 to get 25% off their store!

 

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

1:20 Last Saturday was the VIP party.

2:00 Delta Insurance finally gave the green light to be included in their network.

3:43 The new receptionist started on Tuesday and she’s amazing.

7:00 How did Ashley get email addresses for the VIP list?

10:40 Why Ashley hasn’t called anybody from her Intel company picnic list.

14:26 Studio 88 has made the website absolutely beautiful. Check it out at Smile and Co.

17:00 Why Ashley’s hubby is the most supportive person she’s ever met.

17:45 Why Studio 88 is so amazing.

19:25 Why she hates having to call businesses to make appointments and reservations.

20:01 Why she uses Local Med online scheduling platform.

25:28 What are the cons of online scheduling?

28:36 What’s going on with the construction on her building?

29:55 Scannable has been a life-saver for faxing.

30:16 What was her biggest concern this week?

31:05 What should she have dug more into?

31:50 Why consultants are not lying about how long it takes to be included in an insurance network.

33:00 Why Ashley is no good at writing procedural manuals.

34:52 Why she feels she needs to entertain the sales people that come to her business.

40:58 Why she forwards all reviews to her team members.

41:30 She suggests taking a moment to meditate and being grateful for the experience.

42:00 Ashley was a guest on Start Your Dental Practice podcast by Jonathan VanHorn.

42:09 What has been her biggest resource? Joshua Austin, who had an amazing presentation about reputation on social media.

43:14 How to get more Google reviews.

44:25 Why being a good public speaker makes you a better leader.

46:34 The grand opening is next Friday and Michael will be there podcasting for listeners of the show.

48:25 Closing.

 

 

3 Main Ideas

 

1. Have Integrators in Your Business

Ashley talks about her personality and how she’s always thinking about the next big thing with her business and marketing. But running daily operations and following protocols are a pain point for Ashley.

Most entrepreneurs are visionary people, and that makes it difficult to do day-to-day business and get things done. If you are a visionary person, aim to hire integrators who will be excellent at taking care of daily tasks.

 

 

2. Just Say No

Michael and Ashley discuss how hard it is to say no. This week, Ashley noticed that she had a hard time saying no to salespeople that wanted to take up her time. She later realized that by entertaining the salesperson and not telling him to come back later, she was taking time away from her family.

Permitting others to steal your time may mean disappointing the people you care about, or not being able to do what you want to do in life. It’s your day and no one else’s, so it’s up to you to take back your time by just saying no.

 

 

3. Ride the Waves

Ashley admits she was down and stressed out last week, but many people Facebooked her and told her to keep her head up.

She explains, “When I say ‘ride the waves’, there’s definitely going to be highs and lows, and you just have to keep your head up and look at the horizon. Because it does get better.”

She is better this week and has reminded herself that she’s providing an excellent service and that the practice has gotten great reviews on Google.

 

 

Find Out More

Thank you for listening to The Making of Smile & Co. podcast. If you enjoyed it, please share with anyone you think will gain value from the show by clicking on one of the sharing tabs above.

Also, please consider leaving an honest review on iTunes. It helps other listeners find the show, and I would be forever grateful.

Questions or comments? Feel free to contact me here.

Follow me on Instagram or Facebook and improve your dental practice every day!

Have you subscribed? Don’t miss a single episode!

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | More

Listen to podcasts and learn more about The Dental Marketer on the website.

Remember that Ashley’s revolutionary dental practice is being built in real time. Follow her incredible journey and message her through Facebook or Instagram to say hi or to ask questions about her experience. Email her at drashely@smileandcompany.com.

Posted by Smileandco on September 22, 2017

The Making of SMILE & CO. Episode ELEVEN

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Welcome to the eleventh episode of The Making of SMILE & CO.! Listen to Dr. Ashley Joves’ story as she breaks into tears about the pressure of starting a business in the public eye. The anxiety has her questioning whether it has all been worth it. This week’s episode is intense, drama-filled, and perfect for anyone thinking about starting their own dental practice. Tune in and listen carefully, because you won’t want to miss this week’s episode!

 

 

Sponsor of the Show

 

Stream Dental Staffing Solutions is The Making of SMILE & CO.’s new sponsor! They provide human resource services that will help you create a strategy, and find the best employees for your practice. They also help write policy manuals and employee handbooks. Use special discount code TDM25 to get 25% off their store!

 

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

 

0.00 Intro.

1:11 Ashley opened her doors Sept 2nd, and it’s been a crazy past two weeks.

2:00 She explains the drama of getting the city permit one hour before the first patient was scheduled.

5:12 Training her new employees was fun, but hectic.

7:00 The pressure she put on herself and the social anxiety of being watched publicly gave her a nervous breakdown.

12:05 Ashley feels like she can’t even enjoy the practice at this point because of all the things she still needs to do.

12:30 She explains how she’s still dealing with things like insurance and how she’s had to cancel appointments from patients who don’t want to pay up front.

15:04 She gives insurance advice for anyone who’s starting up.

15:40 Ashley talks more about the pressure of going viral and being public.

16:33 She reveals what her biggest mistake has been.

17:50 Ashley talks about her new employee that quit after two days.

19:20 Ashley discusses the importance of finding someone with insurance experience for the front office.

21:00 How she’s wearing all the hats and being pulled in all directions.

21:57 Why acquiring a practice instead of starting one from scratch now makes sense to Ashley.

22:24 The building construction still needs completion.

22:45 Why doing a startup is like parenting.

23:44 Did the dental conference give Ashley a chance to relax?

24:15 Ashley explains why she has to work long hours.

24:50 She talks about how many people knew her at the conference from the podcast.

26:40 Ashley discusses how important setting up insurance is, compared to getting people to follow your journey.

28:40 Ashley’s favorite resource: Front Office Rocks training. It’s an online training that is perfect for people who have never trained anyone.

29:08 She reveals what she’s discovered about herself.

30:00 She discusses what she wishes she would’ve done differently.

31:34 How not ever looking at money in business is now hurting her.

33:03 What she wishes she would have spent less time on.

33:44 She talks about her second television appearance.

34:16 Why insurance has been the biggest headache this week.

34:47 Ashley gives her best advice to anyone opening their doors.

36:00 Why all of her employees got overtime on their first paychecks.

37:48 Closing.

 

 

 

3 Main Ideas

 

1. The Double-Edged Sword of Going Public

 

The past week has left Ashley in tears because she has realized that going public with her initial Facebook Live video has brought a mountain of social pressure to perform. She commented that she felt like the world was watching, and says, “I never thought that it was ever going to be like that. I really thought that my first video was just going to be for me mostly, and then maybe some close family members, who paid attention on Facebook.”

She continues, “And it just skyrocketed. It went viral overnight. It was definitely a blessing I met you, and we’ve created this amazing platform for anyone who wants to do a start-up. But it’s also a double-edged sword because now it’s a very public proclamation of this is what I’m going to do and this is what I’m going to achieve, and hopefully, I don’t fail publicly.”

It’s interesting to listen to her discuss the social pressures of being a budding celebrity. It’s something many of us think about, but few of us ever experience. Will she rise above the social anxiety of having all eyes on her, or will she buckle under the fear of failing in public?

 

 

2. Hiring the Right People for the Role

 

Ashley learned her first major lesson in human resources. She said that the person she thought she knew well failed in the front desk position because the woman wasn’t experienced. She knew nothing about insurance and quit after the first two days!

It’s a tough call. Do you hire people with experience or do you hire people you know and like?

Having a great personality and attitude is helpful for taking good care of customers, but that’s not all there is to it. Ashley has now realized the importance of hiring people with experience.

Luckily, a well-experienced person has expressed interest in filling the role. Will she show up and meet all of Ashley’s expectations, or will Ashley need to keep looking for a suitable front desk manager?

 

 

3. Not Looking at Money in Business Can Hurt You

 

Ashley talks about how she never wanted to open the practice for the sake of money, but now realizes she should have looked at the practical aspects of running a business better.

Clients are nearly banging down Ashley’s door to get a seat in the brand-new, stylish facility. The problem is, she hasn’t finished setting up the insurance system and a way to collect money. Without these things, she won’t be able to meet her overhead.

She’s even questioning how much time she’s spent in marketing, and whether she should have looked at finances and systems instead.

Ashley warns anyone seeking to set up a dental practice to make sure they have systems like insurance set up months in advance of opening the doors. This week’s episode is intense as she describes what it feels like to be responsible for several people’s income, but with no way to collect money at the register.

Will Ashley be able to accept insurance-carrying patients soon, or will she be forced to use her bank loans to pay her employees?

 

 

Help-A-Dentist

 

Ashley wants to know about membership services and is asking all listeners to help. What do you use for in-house membership plans? There are many options, but she needs help deciding. Do you do it yourself? Do you auto-debit every month? Do you use Compassionate Finance? Ashley needs help. Message her through Facebook or Instagram or email her at drashely@smileandcompany.com if you have any tips.

 

 

Find Out More

 

Thank you for listening to The Making of Smile & Co. podcast. If you enjoyed it, please share with anyone you think will gain value from the show by clicking on one of the sharing tabs above.

Also, please consider leaving an honest review on iTunes. It helps other listeners find the show, and I would be forever grateful.

Questions or comments? Feel free to contact me here.

Follow me on Instagram or Facebook and improve your dental practice every day!

Have you subscribed? Don’t miss a single episode!

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | More

Listen to podcasts and learn more about The Dental Marketer on the website.

Remember that Ashley’s revolutionary dental practice is being built in real time. Follow her incredible journey and message her through Facebook or Instagram to say hi or to ask questions about her experience. Email her at drashely@smileandcompany.com.

 

Posted by Smileandco on September 17, 2017

The Making of SMILE & CO. Episode TEN

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Welcome to the tenth episode of The Making of SMILE & CO.! Listen to Dr. Ashley Joves’ husband this week as he discusses his perspective on her new venture. Brian Joves gives valuable insight about business, entrepreneurship, and being a supportive spouse. This episode is packed with interesting information and perfect for anyone thinking about starting their own dental practice. Tune in and listen carefully, because you won’t want to miss this week’s episode!

 

 

Sponsor of the Show

 

Stream Dental Staffing Solutions is The Making of SMILE & CO.’s new sponsor! They provide human resource services that will help you create a strategy, and find the best employees for your practice. They also help write policy manuals and employee handbooks. Use special discount code TDM25 to get 25% off their store!

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

0:00 Brian Joves, Ashley’s husband introduces himself and tells us his place in her dental practice.

2:17 Why does Brian believe in his wife and why did he decide to support her?

4:00 How Ashley decided to make the switch from paycheck earner to owning her own practice.

4:53 How they decided to take her dream of having a practice to the public with a Facebook Live video.

7:20 Michael discusses how we can all relate to the pain point of working for the wrong person.

8:10 Why taking a hands-off role and letting Ashley do her own thing has been difficult for Brian.

10:40 Understanding when to communicate is essential to getting your message heard.

11:20 How Ashley is amazing at putting together her vision, and why doing the day-to-day grind is difficult for her.

13:31 Brian announces that the office is officially open, and they’ve been seeing patients for the past week.

15:07 Final touch-ups were being done to the building during the first week they were open, so the last couple weeks were exciting and hectic.

16:27 Ashley had 53 patients scheduled and reached her goal of 1000 Facebook followers before the opening.

18:39 What Brian thinks about Ashley’s sleek and modern dental chairs and the overall décor of the office.

20:28 What Brian thought about the construction delay.

22:04 Why Brian loves to watch Ashley grow as a person.

23:48 What Brian recommends to anyone who wants to start a practice.

26:07 Brian tells us what the main lessons of starting a dental practice are.

27:10 Anissa Holmes and the amazing group she works with, have been the best resource for Ashley.

28:00 For Brian, Gary Vaynerchuk has been the best resource.

28:53 Ashley had to sacrifice a lot to put her dreams into fruition.

29:35 Brian discusses who was most concerned about finances.

31:27 How they decided to budget for hiring employees.

32:15 Why Amazon has been successful.

32:55 Brian talks about what’s next after this episode.

33:10 Closing.

 

 

3 Main Ideas

 

1. Letting the Spouse Run Their Own Business

 

Brian confesses that one of the hardest things for him to do is to back away and let Ashley do her own thing with her business. It’s not often that two entrepreneurs get together in a marriage, but when it happens, each partner may find it difficult to zip their mouth about their ideas.

Sometimes it’s better to let your partner make decisions for his or her business, and only state your view when it’s requested. Aim to limit voicing your opinions on the other’s business and try to limit discussing details that pop into your head, even though it’s tempting.

 

 

2. Why Both Details and Vision are Necessary for Entrepreneurs

 

There are two ways to describe a person’s work personality: They are either the visionary person that can come up with ideas, or they are the disciplined worker that gets tasks done.

Often, entrepreneurs are the visionary ones. However, they will likely stay dreamers, unless they put their ideas into action. So, the beginning stages of business usually require that the entrepreneur have both qualities.

If you have dreams and you execute them well, it’s only a matter of time before you can hire someone to carry out day-to-day tasks.

 

 

3. Have Passion in Business

 

Like Brian says, it’s important to have passion because when you’re tired of dealing with all the problems, you’ll need strength to keep going.

If you don’t have solid reasoning for why you’re doing your business and why you must pull through, you may throw in the towel when things get rough.

Brian suggests that it’s much easier to deal with all the small details and frustrations that are bound to happen if you have a firm understanding of why you’re doing everything you’re doing.

Know beforehand whether your business is what you want, and make sure you put your personality into your brand so that you can stay interested and focused for years to come.

 

 

Find Out More

 

Thank you for listening to The Making of Smile & Co. podcast. If you enjoyed it, please share with anyone you think will gain value from the show by clicking on one of the sharing tabs above.

Also, please consider leaving an honest review on iTunes. It helps other listeners find the show, and I would be forever grateful.

Questions or comments? Feel free to contact me here.

Follow me on Instagram or Facebook and improve your dental practice every day!

Have you subscribed? Don’t miss a single episode!

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | More

Listen to podcasts and learn more about The Dental Marketer on the website.

Remember that Ashley’s revolutionary dental practice is being built in real time. Follow her incredible journey and message her through Facebook or Instagram to say hi or to ask questions about her experience. Email her at drashely@smileandcompany.com.

Posted by Smileandco on August 25, 2017

The Making of SMILE & CO. Episode NINE

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Welcome to the ninth episode of The Making of SMILE & CO.! Listen to Dr. Ashley Joves’ story as she reveals two surprising things that happened this week. Samantha Leonard from Stream Dental Staffing Solutions is on the show as a special guest to make it extra fun, informative, and helpful. This episode is packed with interesting information and perfect for anyone thinking about starting their own dental practice. Tune in and listen carefully, because you won’t want to miss this week’s episode!

 

 

Sponsor of the Show

Stream Dental Staffing Solutions is The Making of SMILE & CO.’s new sponsor! They provide human resource services that will help you create a strategy, and find the best employees for your practice. They also help write policy manuals and employee handbooks. Use special discount code TDM25 to get 25% off their store!

 

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

0:00 Information about Stream Dental Staffing Solutions, the sponsor, is offering all listeners of the show a free dental HR checkup. It can completely change your dental business.

3:03 Ashley feels the pressure of having the grand opening coming up so fast.

4:03 What she thinks she could have spent less time on. Social media is consuming and takes time.

5:02 Why the Panda Planner is life-changing.

7:14 How meeting with the CPA whipped Ashley into shape this week.

9:50 Ashley shocks everyone by saying that she already has patients booked!

11:42 Why Ashley likes Clips App to create cool square videos and upload captions.

13:35 Ashley admits she hasn’t touched base with her new patients because she’s been so busy.

14:58 Why social media is best done in-house.

15:31 Ashley just hired 2.5 more people, contrary to what she had planned to do.

17:09 How did Samantha find great people for Ashley?

21:00 Samantha and Tatyana get a funny response from one candidate while they’re phone-interviewing Smile and Co.’s applicants.

22:00 Samantha gives away one secret to finding great people.

23:07 What are the personality types of the newest people she’d hired?

24:18 Ashley and her office will be on television for National Tooth Fairy Day!

31:45 Meeting with designer Tammy Teal has been a dream come true.

33:19 How much does an interior designer cost?

35:05 Ashley’s landscaping is complete, and she loves the hard-working crew.

36:41 Why Ashley’s health has been in trouble.

38:26 Ashley reveals what she learned this week: Have faith in the process.

40:25 Ashley needs to get worker’s comp insurance, through State Farm.

41:55 Why Heidi Mount, the dental coach, is amazing.

44:04 Main lesson this week: Stream Dental has been an incredible resource.

45:25 Help-a-Dentist. What are you using for your in-house membership plans and payroll services?

47:00 What would Ashley have done without Stream Dental? Go to Stream Dental and sign up for a free 30-min assessment with no obligations involved. You can also find them on Twitter, Facebook, and their educational, human resource blog.

48:56 Closing

 

 

3 Main Ideas

 

 

1. Finding Great People

Samantha conducts deep analysis to find the right people for Smile and Co. She finds out details like how she wants to grow her practice and where she intends to be in 10 years by having each client go through an in-depth Recruitment Consultation.

Finding great people to add to your practice is hard, but Samantha suggests developing your network and trying different avenues to get the right people hired.

“Ashley is really developing a different type of experience when someone goes into her dental office. So, I want to have somebody who has that same mindset [and] same philosophy–someone who’s going to go above and beyond for her patients and that’s going to help grow her practice.”

 

 

2. Trust the Process

Ashley and Samantha recommend trusting that everything will work out. Opening a new business can be daunting when you think about everything that can go wrong.

It’s hard to know the future and whether things will go well for you and your new practice. If you put the right people and systems in place, there’s no reason why you can’t step back and relax.

While you have no way of knowing if you have the ideal solution in place, you can only do so much. They recommend to think positive thoughts and to keep moving forward.

 

 

3. Use your Resources

Ashley says to know where your weaknesses are, and know that you can’t handle everything. She relies heavily on people like Samantha to figure things out for her. She could hire amazing people because of her and Tatyana, and she’s very grateful.

Delegating work to others is usually a good idea. Ashley is a dentist and new at having a business, so it makes sense that she wouldn’t necessarily be a superstar at human resources. Seek out the expert in unfamiliar fields.

It’s essential to hire people you’ll be comfortable with for the next twenty years. That’s why it’s a good idea to get professionals like Stream Dental Staffing Solutions to weed through the resumes and get you the perfect team!

 

 

Help-A-Dentist

Ashley wants to know about membership services and payroll, and is asking all listeners to help. What are you using for your in-house membership plans and payroll services? Are you using Boom Cloud, Privy, or one of the numerous others? Message her through Facebook or Instagram or email her at drashely@smileandcompany.com if you have any tips.

 

Resources of The Week

 

  • Stream Dental Staffing Solutions has been a tremendous help and have made Ashley’s life much easier. They are helping with hiring great candidates and providing all human resource documents. Use special discount code TDM25 to get 25% off their store!

 

 

Find Out More

Thank you for listening to The Making of Smile & Co. podcast. If you enjoyed it, please share with anyone you think will gain value from the show by clicking on one of the sharing tabs above.

Also, please consider leaving an honest review on iTunes. It helps other listeners find the show, and I would be forever grateful.

Questions or comments? Feel free to contact me here.

Follow me on Instagram or Facebook and improve your dental practice every day!

Have you subscribed? Don’t miss a single episode!

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | More

Listen to podcasts and learn more about The Dental Marketer on the website.

Remember that Ashley’s revolutionary dental practice is being built in real time. Follow her incredible journey and message her through Facebook or Instagram to say hi or to ask questions about her experience. Email her at drashely@smileandcompany.com.

Posted by Smileandco on August 13, 2017

The Making of SMILE & CO. Episode EIGHT

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Welcome to the eighth episode of The Making of SMILE & CO.! Listen to Dr. Ashley Joves’ story as she discusses the headaches of having so many things left on her plate with the grand opening approaching. This episode is packed with interesting information and perfect for anyone thinking about starting their own dental practice. Tune in and listen carefully, because you won’t want to miss this week’s episode!

 

Sponsor of the Show

 

Stream Dental Staffing Solutions is The Making of SMILE & CO.’s new sponsor! They provide human resource services that will help you create a strategy, and find the best employees for your practice. They also help write policy manuals and employee handbooks. Use special discount code TDM25 to get 25% off their store!

 

Time-Stamped Show Notes

0:00 Information about Stream Dental Staffing Solutions.

1:52 Ashley talks about how Samantha and Tatiana from Stream Dental Staffing Solutions are helping her sort resumes, choose suitable candidates, and come up with valuable human resource documents.

2:54 Intro

4:15 Ashley talks about all the things that she has left to do with internet phones, Open Dental, Yapi, and Local Med online appointment booking.

5:15 Why use Open Dental as practice management software?

12:03 Why Ashley believes Yapi will work well for the onboarding process.

16:31 Ashley talks about hiring her first and second employees, and how they’re a great fit.

19:25 Ashley doesn’t want an office manager because she intends to learn the ropes first.

23:30 Why she doesn’t regret buying anything, even though she’s way over budget.

25:45 Hiring is a huge part of opening a dental practice.

26:47 There’s a whole module based on recruitment in Delivering Wow with Dr. Anissa Holmes.

28:35 What kind of team players do you need in a practice?

25:15 How to screen applicants.

36:15 How her new employees balance her personality and why she doesn’t want a dominant figure in her office.

38:38 Ashley will open the phone lines next week to begin pre-booking appointments.

39:12 She suggests Michael move to Folsom to help her with ground marketing.

40:08 How the interior design costs are too expensive.

42:25 She discusses all the construction and landscaping that still needs to be done.

49:08 Why she’s terrible at hurting people’s feelings.

52:53 The biggest headache has been how many things she has left on her plate while being sick.

56:14 Main lesson: “No matter how prepared you think you are, you’re never going to be as prepared.” –Ashley Joves

57:16 How delegating things to her husband has worked well in her efforts to avoid being overwhelmed.

58:44 Connect with Ashley on Facebook or Instagram, especially if you’re doing a startup so you can mastermind together and help each other out.

 

3 Main Ideas

 

1. Does Online Appointment Booking Work?

 

Everyone loves online booking, but does it hurt business? Both Ashley and Michael discuss the drawbacks of not having personal contact with clients. She also brings up that an easy-to-get appointment could also mean that it is easy to cancel.

It’s a standard issue now that we’re in the age of the internet. Taking away human interaction could mean loss of sales, so it’s a delicate balance that all businesses need to master.

What are your experiences with online appointment booking? Does it work?

 

2. Hiring is a Huge Step in Opening a Dental Practice

 

Ashley says that a resume doesn’t tell you much about a person, and she’s right. When you’re hiring someone, you should remember that you could be working side by side with this person for many years to come.

Personality is important when choosing a candidate because you want someone you get along with, and you want the right personality type for the role they’re going to fill.

You should look at having a well-balanced team. Like Ashley says, “You don’t want all dominant players because now they’re all very direct, they all are ‘lions’ in the practice, so they need things done their way or the high way.”

 

3. Stop Sugar-Coating Messages

 

Ashley noticed that she still has a problem with being too nice and trying to avoid hurting people’s feelings. She said that when a candidate believed she had gotten the position and texted her, she didn’t know how to respond.

It was her interior designer, Tammy Teal, that told her to answer directly and say the position’s been filled. She says that messages don’t need to be sugar-coated in business.

It’s true. When we try to be too nice, people sometimes misunderstand what we mean and can’t move on. Taking a more direct approach to the way you speak will make you a better communicator and will help to eliminate confusion.

 

Resources of The Week

 

  • Stream Dental Staffing Solutions has been a tremendous help and have made Ashley’s life much easier. They are helping with hiring great candidates and providing all human resource documents. Use special discount code TDM25 to get 25% off their store!

 

Find Out More

 

Thank you for listening to The Making of Smile & Co. podcast. If you enjoyed it, please share with anyone you think will gain value from the show by clicking on one of the sharing tabs above.

Also, please consider leaving an honest review on iTunes. It helps other listeners find the show, and I would be forever grateful.

Questions or comments? Feel free to contact me here.

Follow me on Instagram or Facebook and improve your dental practice every day!

Have you subscribed? Don’t miss a single episode!

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS | More

Listen to podcasts and learn more about The Dental Marketer on the website.

Remember that Ashley’s revolutionary dental practice is being built in real time. Follow her incredible journey and message her through Facebook or Instagram to say hi or to ask questions about her experience. Email her at drashely@smileandcompany.com.