An early-stage group usually shows little alignment. There are constant fires that need putting out, a staff that lacks a unified vision, poor communication, and no cohesive executive team.
What do you need to succeed?
From early-stage group practice...
...to a mature, scalable business.
A mature group has more locations, an established executive team, an expressed vision, management alignment, good communication, and an established “we.”
How can The DEO help you get there?
A network of dentists who have been there.
Nothing can take the place of experience. There are other dentists who have been where you are right now — and they’ve figured out how to build an amazing company. Learning from the experiences of others is the best tool you can use on your road to success and fulfillment.
As a DEO member, you will consistently hear from other dentist entrepreneurs who have “been there” — helping you move closer to understand your unique path to success.
DEO Members have exclusive access to a wide variety of tools and resources specifically designed to support you on your journey, including:
- Mastermind calls
- Private Facebook group
- Access to one-on-one coaching
You’ll have the opportunity to connect with a network of peers with a wide variety of shared experience. This diverse group of dentist-entrepreneurs is there to support you through the different challenges that every group practice goes through.
Consistent Motivation and Inspiration
Something powerful happens when you are exposed to people who are accomplishing big things. You see what’s possible, and come away from meetings and interactions with a renewed feeling of drive and fire.
When you surround yourself with dentists who are excited, passionate, and energetic about the challenges they face, you can’t help but feel the same way — the energy and passion is definitely contagious.
Learn to work on your business — not in your business.
Working on your group practice means planning your business’s future, rather than putting out fires in your day to day operations. It gives you the opportunity to make crucial decisions that affect your direction, culture, and shape of your business. The right preparation will give you the opportunity to craft your future exactly the way you want it.
You’re ultimately responsible for shaping your own future. You report to no one but yourself. But being part of a group that supports you makes that job much easier. A group of like-minded peers creates accountability to get things done. Your peers will hold your feet to the fire and provide a mirror for you to see your strengths, weaknesses, genius, and blind spots.