Thursday, 23 February 2012

How to generate £4,000 in two weeks by spending pence

“I used your system and generated an extra £4,000 in two weeks from only four patients and it cost me a few pence to implement.”

This is the feedback that one of my clients has given me recently. The system they are taking about is strategy number 33 from next month’s tele-seminar “Quick and simple steps to dramatically improve your cash flow.”

On Wednesday 7th March I will be sharing 38 really simple, quick and inexpensive ways that you can dramatically increase your cash flow, all of them can be implemented immediately, most of them have zero cost to action and all of them will transform your practice finances.

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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

38 ways to dramatically increase your cash flow

Would you like 38 different ways to dramatically increase you cash flow, all of which can be implemented immediately and most at zero cost?

I thought you would so I have created next months tele-seminar to show you how to do it.

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Lent and the successful dental practice

Today it is Ash Wednesday, the first day of lent, a period of 40 days when traditionally Christians would spend time in extra prayer, penitence,  and serving others or in self-denial; that is either starting or doing more of one thing or stopping or doing less of another. For many people lent has become a time when having overindulged with the pankcakes on shrove Tuesday they commit to give something up for lent, this could be chocolate, meat, swearing or something else.

There is an expression that you can only eat an elephant one mouthful at a time. And this is true of any achievement you can only succeed by taking one step at a time towards your goal. When someone wants to lose weight, this is achieved one meal at a time and fitness is improved incrementally one trip to the gym at a time. The same holds true for your practice, you will achieve your goals and targets one step at a time.

What could you commitment to either starting or stopping for the next forty days that would make a significant improvement in your practice?

When I asked this question of some business owners this morning I was shocked to discover that over 50% of the group did not generate invoices immediately after they had completed the work, which was leading to severe a cash flow crisis in their businesses. After some discussion they agreed that for lent they would allocate time each day to raise invoices that were due. Other people in the group recognised that they wasted time on facebook, kidding themselves that they were being strategic in its use, another realised they waste a couple of hours each day watching brain dead TV, for lent they will be giving up inappropriate use of facebook and not watching TV at all for lent.

I invite you to consider what you and your team can start and stop until Easter and notice what significant and cumulative improvement it has in your business.

For me I am committing to start tiding my desk and putting everything away at the end of the day and to stop drinking any alcohol for the next 40 days.

I will start …                                                                                   I will stop …

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Monday, 20 February 2012

Thought for today

"It is not what happens to us, it is what we choose to do about what happens that makes the difference in how our lives turn out"

Jim Rohn

Friday, 17 February 2012

Thought for today

  "If we wait for the moment when everything, absolutely everything is ready, we shall never begin"
Ivan Turgenev

What in your life would improve if you just got on with implementing a simple change now?

It may not be perfect and yet it will start to make a significant difference in its imperfect form?

For some of the many things I have found clients putting of doing include;
  • Taking charge of their finances
  • Having regualr scheduled staff meetings
  • Implementing a dental menu
  • Staff appraisals
  • Writing a newsletter
  • Designing and implementing systems
  • Organising their time
  • Spending time with friends and family rather than working
  • Starting a diet or exercise campaign
  • Recruiting me as their coach to help them make their good practice great.

Whatever you want to improve the best time to start making the changes is now.

To find out more about how i can help you and your practice call me on 07989 757 884 or e mail