24 COMMON MISTAKES DOCTORS MAKE THAT DESTROY THEIR BUSINESSES AND RETIREMENT

Some mistakes in business offer an owner the chance for growth. Other, more critical mistakes can erase decades of careful planning and hard work. It’s these high-cost errors author and practice management expert, Jerry A. Jones, exposes in this book. There’s no question making mistakes in business is part of learning and growth, but by avoiding these specific business-crushing 24 mistakes, you’ll save yourself time, money and in the end, perhaps the nest egg you’ve built, too. Inside Jerry’s book, you’ll find 24 business-destroying mistakes – all of which he’s made and you’ll want to avoid. And, if you’ve already made a few of them, you’ll find out what to do next to fix them. Jerry’s easy-to-read and understand approach to finding and solving problems will make this book one of the most valuable you’ll read, especially if growing a large, profitable, problem-free business is your goal.

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Hi Jerry

Thanks for making the book available to me. I did read it and found it interesting and to the point. Many good ideas gleaned from your past experiences. It's nice you're sharing this with others. Many younger professionals would greatly benefit from the info. Fortunately for me, through my readings and quest for business knowledge, I've been able to avoid many of the pitfalls you bring up. However, I am invested in the stock market, and unfortunately have riden the wave up and down several times. Fortunately not all assets are in the market, but a significant amount was lost, and slowly coming back.

I'm interested in investing in more real estate, but have not taken the plunge. A past experince with a duplex and tenants has me somewhat hesitant. Next time a management company sounds like the way to go.

Sorry for getting off the subject, your book, but I just got going. I think the book will be helpful to many, especially the younger set. It might help them avoid some pf the pitfalls you bring up.

Thanks again,

- Dr. Paul Applefield

You have probably put together one of the best short courses on business success ever published! I think I'm pretty well read on the subject, but you made a couple of points I hadn't figured out yet.

Thanks! As someone who has made many of those same mistakes and a few others to boot, I can certainly say you've hit the nail right on the head. Why is it that when we feel things are going well we get the idea that we can ignore all the wisdom our grandparents tried to pass on to us? "24 Mistakes" is a must read for anyone recovering from a financial Armagedon, or for anyone smart enough to want to avoid it in the first place.

- Lon Peckham, DMD

I believe we all go through things in life good and bad to teach us things and make us grow. I am not bitter nor do I feel sorry for myself for being in the position I am in. The circumstances I find myself in have made me re-evaluate the things that are TRULY important. Relationship with God, family and friends. So to sum it all up, If I wrote a book, yours is very close to what I would write. I think we went through similar circumstances and have arrived at similar conclusions.

Thank you for writing it and I hope it helps a lot of people!

Thanks,

- Stephen Hahn DDS

My friend, a small business owner, lent me this book, and I am so glad she did. The author, Jerry Jones, writes from his personal experience creating and selling 14 businesses as well as information from over 20 sources, Jones provides simple strategies and principles that will stretch your productive capacity and carve out time to recharge with loved ones, go on vacation, and enjoy free time. Jones believes that his time management and peak productivity recommendations work best for those who have a good understanding of their own personal motivation to improve in these areas. Although the guide book is relatively short, the content is rich. There are kernels of wisdom in every chapter regarding topics such as communication skills, planning and prioritizing your day, the Pareto Principle, delegation, procrastination and much more. Jones even covers the importance of eating well, exercising, meditating, doing yoga, engaging in positive self-talk, and harnessing the power of the subconscious during sleep to problem-solve by setting a pre-sleep intention.n The greatest aspect of this guide is the author's candid and organized recommendations. The book is easy-to-read and cleverly planned. "The Business Anarchist's Guide to Peak Productivity and Time Management" is well-worth your time because it will allow you to be an even better time manager and producer!

- Rich Blaisdell

I LOVED your 24 Mistakes book. It's funny because I think maybe some our stuff is so extremely valuable that the average dentist doesn't get it or appreciate it. This book is solid gold. Payed for with a lot of tears and stomach lining (unfortunately). Thank you for your contribution.

- Tom Larkin, DDS

I'm impressed by how Jerry Jones managed to condense everything important about productivity and time management into a short and sweet manual you can read in a single sitting.

Time is the stuff of your life.

There is nothing more important than getting this right and you'll find no better guide than this one.

~ Ken McCarthy
TheSystemClub.com

The Business Anarchist's Guide to Peak Productivity and Time Management: Getting More Done In Less Time Than You Ever Thought Possible

This IS a TIME DICTATORSHIP

Less than a couple of decades ago, there were limited ways for us to communicate: landline phone, mail and fax. Today, we communicate in myriad ways. In addition to “the old ways,” we now have the distraction of social media – a giant time suck for most – like Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, and of course, cell phones, and text messages.

Call it “overwhelmed” or overloaded, regardless of how you choose to label that feeling affecting virtually every entrepreneur in business today – it’s a real issue. Unfortunately, most business owners give little practical thought to how better to control time to prevent overwhelm. And, instead of technology being a productivity solution, most entrepreneurs become hopelessly distracted, even entangled, in the never-ending parade of “newer and better answers.” These often needlessly steal your time instead of liberating it.

With these constant bombardments on our time, the successful entrepreneur must learn a new skill, and it’s not multi-tasking. We must aggressively choose what one thing to focus on, how best to strategically apply the limited number of hours each of us are afforded, and where and when to utilize said hours.

Inside this latest book by America’s Business Anarchist, you’ll find time-tested, proven and new solutions to age-old problems along with a frank discussion and clear steps on how to take back your time from the black hole technology has created.

This easy-to-read and understand approach to becoming the dictator of your time will make this one of the most valuable life management books you’ll ever read, especially if you must cure “overwhelm” and extract more productivity out of every minute in every day.

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Hi Jerry

Thanks for making the book available to me. I did read it and found it interesting and to the point. Many good ideas gleaned from your past experiences. It's nice you're sharing this with others. Many younger professionals would greatly benefit from the info. Fortunately for me, through my readings and quest for business knowledge, I've been able to avoid many of the pitfalls you bring up. However, I am invested in the stock market, and unfortunately have riden the wave up and down several times. Fortunately not all assets are in the market, but a significant amount was lost, and slowly coming back.

I'm interested in investing in more real estate, but have not taken the plunge. A past experince with a duplex and tenants has me somewhat hesitant. Next time a management company sounds like the way to go.

Sorry for getting off the subject, your book, but I just got going. I think the book will be helpful to many, especially the younger set. It might help them avoid some pf the pitfalls you bring up.

Thanks again,

- Dr. Paul Applefield

You have probably put together one of the best short courses on business success ever published! I think I'm pretty well read on the subject, but you made a couple of points I hadn't figured out yet.

Thanks! As someone who has made many of those same mistakes and a few others to boot, I can certainly say you've hit the nail right on the head. Why is it that when we feel things are going well we get the idea that we can ignore all the wisdom our grandparents tried to pass on to us? "24 Mistakes" is a must read for anyone recovering from a financial Armagedon, or for anyone smart enough to want to avoid it in the first place.

- Lon Peckham, DMD

I believe we all go through things in life good and bad to teach us things and make us grow. I am not bitter nor do I feel sorry for myself for being in the position I am in. The circumstances I find myself in have made me re-evaluate the things that are TRULY important. Relationship with God, family and friends. So to sum it all up, If I wrote a book, yours is very close to what I would write. I think we went through similar circumstances and have arrived at similar conclusions.

Thank you for writing it and I hope it helps a lot of people!

Thanks,

- Stephen Hahn DDS

My friend, a small business owner, lent me this book, and I am so glad she did. The author, Jerry Jones, writes from his personal experience creating and selling 14 businesses as well as information from over 20 sources, Jones provides simple strategies and principles that will stretch your productive capacity and carve out time to recharge with loved ones, go on vacation, and enjoy free time. Jones believes that his time management and peak productivity recommendations work best for those who have a good understanding of their own personal motivation to improve in these areas. Although the guide book is relatively short, the content is rich. There are kernels of wisdom in every chapter regarding topics such as communication skills, planning and prioritizing your day, the Pareto Principle, delegation, procrastination and much more. Jones even covers the importance of eating well, exercising, meditating, doing yoga, engaging in positive self-talk, and harnessing the power of the subconscious during sleep to problem-solve by setting a pre-sleep intention.n The greatest aspect of this guide is the author's candid and organized recommendations. The book is easy-to-read and cleverly planned. "The Business Anarchist's Guide to Peak Productivity and Time Management" is well-worth your time because it will allow you to be an even better time manager and producer!

- Rich Blaisdell

I LOVED your 24 Mistakes book. It's funny because I think maybe some our stuff is so extremely valuable that the average dentist doesn't get it or appreciate it. This book is solid gold. Payed for with a lot of tears and stomach lining (unfortunately). Thank you for your contribution.

- Tom Larkin, DDS

The Definitive Guide To Dental Practice Success: Time-Tested Secrets to Attract New Patients and Retain Your Existing Patients

Get ready for a completely different approach with strategies and action plans to attract new patients while keeping your existing patients.

Inside The Definitive Guide to Dental Practice Success, you’ll find new, different and contrarian (yet highly successful) approaches to creating the practice of your dreams. You’ll meet nine different experts who’ll share their unique talents and insights into marketing your practice. You’ll also learn about The State of Dentistry, and its evolution – plus, where and how you can exploit these changes to your unfairadvantage.

Frustrated by dental insurance companies? Co-author, Dr. John Busby will share his secrets for success. Struggling to keep your existing patients engaged in your practice? Dr. Darold Opp details his incredible program which has generated thousands of new patient families. Confused by the Internet? Mr. Matt Prados and Mr. Jon Keel show you their success secrets. Get started in Radio advertising with Mr. Fred Catona’s 33 Trooths. Get a handle on marketing tech with Mr. Loren Smith. Top Dentists, nationwide are published authors. Learn how you can be one, too, and, what it takes from Mrs. Nina Hershberger. Finally, Mr. Ron Sheetz will share with you the true value of patient testimonials and how to change the dynamic and differentiate your marketing using your existing patients.

Never before has a book like this, from distinguished authorities, been published specifically for Dentists.

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Dear Jerry, I have just completed a second reading of your book. You are SPOT ON in your observations and material. It is ironic, as what you are saying, was even true almost 20 years ago when I sold all of my dental offices. Just about the time you were born, I started here in Denver as a Dentist. Back then, as I acquired offices, they said I was “bastardizing dentistry.” Funny, how things seem to come around full circle…Keep up your great work in the profession, as you certainly are helping Dentists who are open minded enough to embrace your “gospel”, and take advantage of your services.

~ Lee Thomas, DMD, Centennial, CO

Dr. Lee Thomas is a former dentist and multiple business owner. He has successfully owned, managed and sold 15 businesses over the course of 40+ years. The businesses have been in ten different industries with annual revenues from under $50,000 to over $8,000,000.00

Want new patients? Get your hands on this book! Want real ideas you can use right away? You could fill pages of notes and ideas after reading this book. You won't find rehashed theories here...you get concepts from a guy who built a dental office up from nothing to 4 doctors during a time when other practices have struggled to grow. How? Jerry has massive marketing and business smarts. Any chapter in this book is worth many times your investment in the price (even just the checklist for successful ads in chapter 5 is worth the investment…wow).

This book is packed with practical, useable ideas that have worked. Here are a couple other takeaways I liked: thoughts on traceable ad revenue. Examples of whats working in direct mail right now. Successful newsletters. There are a bunch of other experts who co-author chapters with great advice too – any one of which you could build your entire practice modeling and creating success.

I love books that give you access to real ideas from authors who have proven success. This is one of those.

Great book. If you want real ideas for new patients get this, read it and use the concepts!

~ Jayme Amos, Eagleville, PA

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About The Author

The Business<br> Anarchist<br><br> – Jerry A. Jones
The Business
Anarchist

– Jerry A. Jones
The Business<br> Anarchist<br><br> – Jerry A. Jones

Known as “The Business Anarchist” for his unconventional, sometimes-radical approach to creating, starting, running and selling dental offices and other businesses, Jerry A. Jones, has spent the last 20+ years self-employed and making payroll for his employees in a variety of businesses (over 14 and counting). He knows what pressure, failure and success all look and feel like.

Jerry has started companies involved in real estate development, dental offices, equipment leasing, franchising, licensing, publishing, marketing, advertising, and sales companies, even private schools and seminar companies. He has served on the boards of a non-profit and a finance company. His experiences rival that of many successful entrepreneurs twenty years older. He spends the vast majority of his time working with his Private Clients and Members of his ClearPath Society® (ClearPathSociety.com), by providing real world, proven advice to increase their revenues and profits.He has also recently launched a new mini dental business seminar audio series. More information is available at DentistryConfidential.net

Even though not a dentist, in 2003, Jerry opened his first of three dental offices from scratch — Wellness Springs Dental® — to learn the intricacies of dental office management first-hand. Today, Wellness Springs Dental® of Salem is the leading dental office in Salem, Oregon, featuring 4 doctors, and multiple hygienists, all in a constant state of expansion. He is currently in the process of offering franchises based on his successful dental office management company, through his latest venture, Wellness Springs Dental®.

As an author of several books, including Practice Building Success Strategies, Vols I-III, 24 Mistakes Doctors Make, The Business Anarchist’s Guide to Peak Productivity & Time Management, and The Definitive Guide to Dental Practice Success. Jerry has also co-authored two books with his mentor and good friend, the legendary Dan Kennedy, and currently has two other books in the works.

Every month, Jerry publishes a number of original newsletters including, The Practice Profit Insider™ and Direct Marketing Profit Insider™,along with two nationally circulated magazines: Life, Liberty & Happiness® and American Dreamer®, which collectively, reach over 30,000 readers each month in just about every state in the Union. His current clients and members are in 4 countries and consist mainly of the nation’s top-producing Dentists and Financial Advisors.

Jerry and his family reside in Oregon’s beautiful Willamette Valley, which is known for its incredible Pinot Noir grapes and other agricultural spoils.

As a speaker on a wide variety of business and success-oriented topics, Jerry has shared the stage with Col. Oliver North, Many-Time Super Bowl Stand-outs Rocky Bleier & Hines Ward, Dan Kennedy, Ari Galper, Ron LeGrand®, Ted Thomas™, Bill Glazer, Lee Phillips, Matt Zagula, Nick Nanton, Comedian Josh Blue dozens of others.

To contact Jerry, email him: info@jerryjonesdirect.com, call: 503-339-6000, or fax: 503-218-0557.

To learn more about his various projects, read his extensive blog (searchable for amazing content). Or, if you are interested in becoming a Private Client or Member (all relationships start with those interested, becoming a Member of his ClearPath Society®), visit www.ClearPathSociety.com.

You can also find more about Jerry at:
www.JerryJonesDirect.com
www.DentistryConfidential.net
www.TheStateOfDentistry.com

You won’t find Jerry on Twitter, Facebook, or Linked-in. It’s his contention they are merely activity masking as accomplishment.

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