Category Archives: Must Read Books!

“Successful Conversations Successful Practices” – Book Review

Last week, I spent the day in the hospital with my daughter (getting transfusions and chemo).  I received Sherran Bard’s new book a few months ago, but I had not found the time to read it.  I brought it with … Continue reading

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The Website Owner’s Manual – 2nd Edition!

It’s DONE!  Finally!  Really! The 2nd Edition of my book, “The Complete Website Owner’s Manual for Dentists,” is ready to go!  I decided to make it a downloadable product this time around.  The original paper version was expensive to print, … Continue reading

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What The Dental Warrior Is Reading

I tend to read in fits and starts.  Recently, I decided to get back on the treadmill at home to get some exercise.  I get bored very quickly on the treadmill, so I need something to distract me.  And, it … Continue reading

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Do You Have an Evil Plan?

If everyone is zigging, should you be zagging? I just finished reading a book, “Evil Plans: Having Fun on the Road to World Domination,” by Hugh Macleod.  It reminded me of a thought that occasionally percolates in my brain.  What … Continue reading

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Today’s Quote – And Must Read List

A friend of mine, Dr. Mike Maroon (founder of Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics), wrote a nice endorsement of my blog on Facebook today. But, along with fans, come the odd “anti-fans.” When you’re an idea-man or simply vocal, you’re bound … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unlimited New Patients – Volume 3

Let’s face a simple fact:  Dentists are largely clueless about marketing!  My friends at New Patients Inc recently published “Unlimited New Patients – Volume 3.” I bought the first two editions many years ago.   At the time, they were tremendously valuable.  … Continue reading

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