THERE IS NOTHING HEROIC ABOUT TRYING TO AVOID
OR REMOVE PAIN POINTS ALONE
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The 7 Pain Points Of Practice Ownership

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During your life as a practice owner, you may experience up to 7 pain points. A pain point is defined as a particular struggle or obstacle that brings you discomfort. When ignored, pain points don’t naturally resolve themselves. The more pain points you have, the more of an uphill battle practice ownership can become.

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The 7 Pain Points Of Practice Ownership

  1. 1. THERE IS NOTHING HEROIC ABOUT TRYING TO AVOID OR REMOVE PAIN POINTS ALONE During your life as a practice owner, you may experience up to 7 pain points. A pain point is defined as a particular struggle or obstacle that brings you discomfort. When ignored, pain points don’t naturally resolve themselves. The more pain points you have, the more of an uphill battle practice ownership can become. 7 p a i n p o i n t sT h e 7 p a i n p o i n t s o f p r a c t i c e o w n e r s h i p 2. lack of balance symptoms: no time to yourself to spend on hobbies or with family, constantly working and never getting ahead of your task list 1. lack of new patients symptoms: Less than 20 new patients per month per full-time dentist 4.lack of systems symptoms: uncoordinated approach, ineffective proce- dures, unstructured working environment for team, poor follow up 3. lack of team trust symptoms: team members not motivated to work, hiring the wrong people for the team, unhealthy team dynamic, unequal work distribution among team, poor team performance, poor patient care 6. lack of productivity symptoms: no measurement of fee earner profitability 7. lack of growth symptoms: practice profit lower than last year, profits plateauing, profits not growing faster than inflation, practice not growing into a saleable asset for retirement 5. lack of profitability symptoms: expenses exceeding income, no steady influx of new patients, low uptake of elective treatment plans, working constantly but not seeing any of the money at the end of it contact 7connections on 01647 478145 or visit us at www.7connections.com FOR PAIN-FREE DENTAL BUSINESS OUR bottom line is YOUR bottom line - and your happiness 7connections can help, we can show you how, save you time, reduce your risk, make you more confident. Created by

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