February 26, 2016Podcast
Ep. 29 – The Ambitious Dentist Mastermind
Every day I talk to consultants and dentists who are very good at what they do.
And every day I realize more and more that there are many out there, like yourself, who can get tremendous value out of these ideas.
I share many of these great ideas on this podcast, but I know that some of you are wanting more.
And that’s why we are creating the Ambitious Dentist Mastermind.
Masterminds aren’t new. In fact, they’ve been around for centuries.
Benjamin Franklin was a part of a mastermind that met every Friday night to debate politics, morals, philosophy, business goals, and anything you can think of that would help them take their life (and their business) to the next level.
So if someone like Franklin valued the opportunity to be in a mastermind, then that goes to show the impact it can have.
In the Ambitious Dentist Mastermind, we’ll be applying some of the same principals that have proven to help people achieve powerful results.
If you want to be a part of the a powerful community of dentists that are driven for results, don’t miss out on this opportunity to be a part of the Ambitious Dentist Mastermind. Apply here.
Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode:
- The definition of a mastermind
- The two questions asked in Benjamin Franklin’s mastermind (that helped him become one of the most intelligent and accomplished person in history)
- The singular focus of the Ambitious Dentist Mastermind
- The two major problems with seeking feedback online
- The problem with having a great idea but no one to share it with
- The four goals of the Ambitious Dentist Mastermind
- Answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions about the Ambitious Dentist Mastermind
Ambitious Dentist Mastermind:
If you’ve gotten a ton of value from this podcast and our guests, then I KNOW you’re going to get a lot out of this mastermind.
We only have six spots open, so don’t wait and risk losing out.
- “Masterminds are a way for people to learn from other people sitting in similar positions as themselves.” – John VanHorn
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