On this episode of Dentist Money™ Reese and Ryan reveal what it takes to get on, and then stay on, your optimal path for wealth creation. There’s one critical word that both Steve Jobs and Warren Buffett said will give you powerful decision-making confidence. In today’s competitive climate, you need to know how to make pivotal career and investment decisions with clarity.
To learn how successful entrepreneurs eliminate wealth-building distractions:
The “Controversial Opinion Alert” sign is up and flashing for Reese and Ryan’s discussion on this episode of Dentist Money™. Everyone knows there’s a place for life insurance in estate planning - but is there really a “secret sauce” that makes life insurance a more powerful choice to borrow against than other equity building assets? Clever marketing messages from the life insurance industry say there are. Tune in to hear what Reese and Ryan have to say.
To find out which one of your assets is the best to borrow against:
On this episode of Dentist Money™, Reese interviews Davis Smith, CEO, and Founder of Cotopaxi, one of the world’s fastest-growing outdoor gear brands. Davis shares his experiences and advice on what it takes to build a fulfilling and profitable business - and how to improve your hiring process. Plus, you’ll hear how to set clear core business values, which can unite your team and cultivate a more productive office culture. To find greater practice success, view your business through the eyes of an acclaimed entrepreneur.
Find out what it takes to create a value-oriented and unified team.
Learn how to take your decision making beyond pros and cons. You hear it at the beginning of every show: "We help dentists make smart financial decisions." In this episode of Dentist Money, Reese and Ryan (with a shout out to Benjamin Franklin), dive into the decision-making process. You'll learn how a combination of information, well-defined processes, and personal accountability lead to more confidence and better outcomes. Plus, you'll hear them discuss if and when it makes sense to trust your personal instincts.