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The Delivering WOW Dental Podcast

This Podcast is for you, the Dentist, Entrepreneur, or Small Business Owner. Voted one of the "Top 25 Women in Dentistry" by Dental Products Report, Dr. Anissa Holmes has effectively mastered the skill of the use of Social Media, with a Facebook following of over 48,000 fans. Dr. Holmes has discovered that the most effective way to get massive results is to first have a vision and to focus on what matters most. Dr. Holmes teaches you actionable steps to develop your dental practice's culture, systems, and brand. Dr. Holmes is going to reveal what works in Social Media, how to build an amazing dental team, and well as strategies to increase your productivity and profitability. Dr. Holmes has figured out what works to create a dental practice full of "Raving Fans". Dr. Holmes interviews Dental Experts and Non-Dental Entrepreneurs such as Mike Michalowicz, John Lee Dumas and Dr. Mark Costes to bring you BIG, powerful strategies to help you scale up your business so that you can achieve more while working less.
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Now displaying: October, 2019
Oct 31, 2019

This week I’m reflecting on my time at in Boise at a Mastermind with MY inner circle.

There were some of the most incredible entrepreneurs at the event and I wanted to share my takeaways with you from those last few days.

Just being surrounded by all these inspirational people who share your goals, have beliefs of what is possible and have overcome obstacles was truly inspiring. Their stories really hold us accountable and ensure we are also going after our own goals.

One of the mastermind group, Thomas Shipley, Co-Founder and CEO of Atlantic Coast Brands, said something that was so true. Surrounding yourself with knowledgeable, successful people who are willing to share their success stories and their fails, enables you to “collapse time frames” and “collapse the learning gap.”

It’s all about growing together rather than learning on your own. Don’t go at business alone. Find an easier path to success by reaching out to those people who have the knowledge and experience that can help you. Find out more on episode 154 of the podcast.

 

In this episode, I discuss:

  • How surrounding yourself with knowledgeable, successful people can help you grow as an individual and elevate your business
  • How I have used the power of masterminds for my own success
  • How our members have undergone inspiring transformations by doing our Marketing Practice Growth CHALLENGE 
  • Drawing on the strength of others to level up on your knowledge and grow your business
  • How to take your practice to the next level and take care of your team
  • How you can find an easier path to success by reaching out to those people who have the knowledge

 

Are you fed up of going it alone and want a shortcut to success? 

Find out more about the Delivering WOW Platinum Mastermind and Marketing and Practice Growth CHALLENGE  

Oct 24, 2019

 

I recently went to a local jewelry store with my daughter to pick out a birthday present for her friend. I thought it would be a great opportunity to find out what she would like for her own birthday. As she was looking, I told the sales-person to put whatever she liked aside. Then I would come back and pay for it.

However, when I went back to pick up the items and the sales-person who was helping me checked the reserve section they couldn’t find the jewelry my daughter had picked out.

After searching the entire store, the sales-person said that sometimes people don’t come back so they put the items back. My surprise was ruined. The owner then steps in saying “The next time we have an item to be reserved, what I want you to do is just give it to me and I’ll put it into the safe myself.”

This is something that I see happening in our dental practices. As the owner of a business it can be easy to just step in and “do it yourself.” But, if we want to level up in our leadership, we need to stop saying things like “I’ll put it in the safe myself.”

You can’t grow and scale your business by doing everything yourself. So, don’t be like that jewelry owner. Become the business owner that empowers your team and put processes in place that will help you build your business. Find out how on this episode of the podcast.

 

In this podcast episode, I discuss: 

  • Why a 'do it yourself' attitude is taking focus away from your business
  • The importance of empowering your team to be problem solvers
  • Why it is important to your business' success to make your team members effective leaders
  • Why you need to elevate and delegate to get you to the point where you no longer need to do it yourself
  • That to elevate your business, you need that skill-set and knowledge of how to delegate

 

For more information and to explore other episodes click here.

Oct 17, 2019

It’s with great pleasure that I get to introduce my latest special guest on the podcast, Ryan Vet. With his can-do attitude and his positive vibes, he’s the perfect person to discuss creating experiences worth sharing with you all.

Ryan Vet is an international speaker, author, entrepreneur and investor. You may know Ryan from his writings in Forbes or Dental Economics or at speaking at a dental meeting near you.

He has devoted his life towards inspiring others towards a positive change. A fun fact many people don’t know about Ryan is that he’s a trained sommelier.

 

On the podcast we discussed: 

  • Ryan’s professional background and how he became an entrepreneur
  • How to create experiences worth sharing
  • Taking ordinary opportunities and transforming them into extraordinary experiences
  • Why you should walk in the shoes of your patients
  • How to create your own business identity
  • The importance of cultivating culture

 

If you just can’t get enough of Ryan, then he’s got a book coming out in November 2019 called Cracking the Millennial Code where he shares how to motivate and manage millennials. 

You can also find him on Twitter , Instagram and LinkedIn.

 

For more information and to explore other episodes click here. 

Oct 10, 2019

Once you have an Office Manager that really steps into their role, amazing things happen.

This week I dive into how to empower your Office Manager, and place them in the role of a Chief Operations Officer (COO). And, it doesn’t take much to make this change. In fact, it only takes the leap to be open and trusting enough to reveal your financial comings and goings.

Your COO, to truly take a decision-making role, needs to understand the difference between revenue (collection, production, hygiene-per-visit) and profit. Remember, profit is not your salary. It is what’s left after you’ve taken your salary.

If you have a COO that knows the full picture of your business finances, they will spontaneously generate solutions to cashflow problems that crop up. Believe me, it feels so good to have someone in your corner, helping you think about the bigger picture. But, that is only possible if you share everything needed to evaluate the health of your business.

 

On the podcast we cover:

  • Why you should treat your Office Manager as your Chief Operations Officer.
  • How to define the Office Manager role with specific accountability.
  • The story of my first business - a lemonade stand - and how my mom taught me what profit means.
  • Why it’s crucial to separate your salary from your business’s profit.
  • Getting your scheduling coordinator excited about their calls with patients by imparting the right skills and systems.
  • The importance of your Office Manager understanding profit and your practice’s financial health.
  • A story of the last time my Office Manager made a very helpful and proactive evaluation to help solve a cashflow problem.

 

For more information and to explore other episodes click here. 

Oct 3, 2019

I recently had somebody reach out to me for advice on training new team members. This doctor was feeling frustrated because they had just hired a new team member and they found themselves having to repeatedly tell the new hire what to do.

I understand that hiring someone new and training them over and over again can be super frustrating and time-consuming, which is why I wanted to talk about the steps you can take to get through this process much quicker.

In this episode of the podcast, I reveal why so many dentists struggle to train new team members and what you can do to document your practice’s processes so that you don’t have to keep repeating yourself every time you welcome new team members into your practice.

 

In this podcast episode, I discuss:

  • A lesson we learned at my practice when it comes to developing new processes for the future
  • Why it’s so easy to get frustrated with new team members
  • How to document your practice’s processes and save time training new team members
  • Why you should create training videos and use them for onboarding new staff
  • The importance of providing clear guidance and direction to your team

 

If you want to listen to the full podcast episode, click here. 

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