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Why so many startups FAIL Podcast

Success vs. failure

 

Many people say that failure of a startup is less than 1 %

Today, hear why Jayme publicly states this number is dead wrong.


Failure for startups is much, much worse than that.

Listen now and learn WHY that is, and HOW to avoid it.

 

Its imperative that you learn this and share the correct failure rate with colleagues.

 

Listen now…

You’ll learn the RIGHT definition of failure for startup practices

…and how dentists can avoid becoming a statistic.

 

Startup Practices can have MASSIVE levels of success.
The ones who have massive success have the right plan in place.

 

Avoid believing the “1%” statistic and prevent your future from become MY definition of failure.


BONUS:

Registration is now open for the once a year Startup Practice Blue Print Course.

 

You’ll learn all the tips, tricks and techniques we use with our high-level consulting clients (who currently pay upwards of $70,000 for our consulting).

 

You’ll get ALL the training you need to open a successful new practice at this course.

 

This is the one time a year that we will pull back the curtain and allow people in to our methods that we share with our very high level clients across the country.

 

Check out the details here: www.idealpractices.com/course

Thanks,

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Founder, HowToOpenADentalOffice.com
Bestselling Author, Practice Location
Host, Ideal Practices Podcast
Chief Advocate for Practice Ownership

 

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