Category: Business

I’m minded to return once more to the subject of dentists selling their practices to corporates in a never-ending stream of social media announcements of “another addition to our family”. Since my August newsletter article, questioning the economics of goodwill valuations and earn outs (which was kindly reprinted by Private Dentistry magazine last month, including
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An 04:15 alarm call this morning before 4 days of travel that will take me to most of the compass points in England. Yesterday was, as predicted, a whirlwind of activity that included a fantastic live webinar for The Extreme Business Academy, interviewing Dr. Neil Harris on the hygiene “pop-in” system and his success in
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As I indicated in my lead article in November’s Extreme Business newsletter, with less than 60 days to go until the end of 2019, now is the time to be making important decisions about your 2020 personal and professional life. I’m going to help you to kick start that process with a FREE WEBINAR on Tuesday 26th
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Attached to this post is a free download of The Campbell Academy Education Programme 2020 (see below). A few weeks ago, Colin kindly promoted my workshop programme in his blog. Here, I reciprocate and suggest that The Campbell Academy has become one of the “go to” places, not just for those who want to develop
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Sabrina Griffith is a dental hygienist and also Practice Manager at Central England Specialist Referral Centre, founded in Solihull, West Midlands just over 3 years ago by Dr. Neil Wilson. Neil, Sabrina and the senior management team are clients in the 2019 Extreme Business Workshop Programme. Here she spends just 60 seconds talking about how,
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Sometimes, it can be a good idea to remind ourselves of the obvious and then ask “how does the obvious happen?” There are three obvious things to aim for in your business: Clinical care; Customer service; Profits. What perhaps isn’t so obvious is how the best dental practices actually get there. I’ve noticed a significant
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When my kids were little (a.k.a. the 90’s) we would frequently take the last 2 weeks of August as a family holiday, so that the first Monday in September would be the “back to work” day. I well remember how often that Sunday night’s sleep would be broken by a mind active with anticipation and
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