September 25, 2017Start Your Dental Practice
The Alan Mead Experience
[This interview was published with permission from Dr. Alan Mead]
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Hey ambitious dentists,
I recently had a great time being on the other side of the mic with Dr. Alan Mead on the Alan Mead Dental Experience podcast. Alan Mead likely doesn’t need much of introduction, as he’s one of the most respected people in the dental industry and is a cohost of the very popular podcast DentalHacks with Dr. Jason Lipscomb as well.
As we near over 100 episodes published here on SYDP, it’s always fun to be in the hot seat for a chance. Dr. Alan and I cover a wide range of topics such as productivity, my life as a “dental accountant”, and how both Dr. Alan and I are both terrible at coming up with names for businesses. I really enjoyed being on the show, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode
- What I’ve learned from being a dental account, and the biggest problems I see dentists face.
- Why I started the Start Your Dental Practice Podcast
- The power of the “podcasting community” in the dental space and why it matters
- How podcasting has changed my life both personally and professionally
- My experience with voices of dentistry.
And much more…
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