Category: Extreme Business programme

The blog is back – thank you for your patience as we have switched hosting for the web site in the last week. Having said that, I think the person who has missed the blog the most is me, as it has interrupted my normal morning ritual and I’ve really missed it. My weekend was
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After yesterday’s newsletter and social media posts, I want to thank the two practices who signed up for the Bridge2Aid Unity Partnership Christmas Challenge – yesterday we began the journey of delivering emergency pain relief to 20,000 new patients in Tanzania (and they both qualified for three months free business coaching in 2019). Just in
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It’s rare that I single out individual practices for praise in this blog but I feel compelled so to do after my visit to Chichester yesterday. I posted on Facebook last night but decided to repeat here this morning – so that you don’t miss an excellent web site and an innovative process for patient
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There is something very therapeutic about having a good clear-out. Over the weekend, we vacated the ground floor (lounge and dining room with connecting french windows) in preparation for Phil The Decorator, who will be arriving at 08:00 this morning. It’s effectively going to be a lick of paint, as you might say. There will
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For once, that was a Bank Holiday weekend mostly devoted to rest and play. That’s unusual for any freelancer; my normal default is to spend at least half of the Monday in catch up mode. Admittedly I did spend my usual Sunday morning working on personal finances and just had to scratch an itch and
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Today I’m just alongside Dublin Airport, working with 8 ortho practices on their 2019 marketing plans. I’ll be focusing on internal marketing via word of mouth and digital recommendation. I’ll be showcasing real-life examples from my client base and sharing success stories. One case study is worth a thousand words of theory. Just like one
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Today I’ll be in splendid isolation in The Barrow Bunker. No client calls, no meetings, no interruptions. My mission by the end of the day is to have completed the allocation of time for my 2019 calendar. In order of importance they are: 172 Free Days – 12 weeks of vacation, plus weekends and Bank
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My weekly Bunker Day was switched to Tuesday this week, to accommodate Monday’s London workshop. Here’s a record of just one day’s conversations: with a Millennial married dental couple who want to buy a parent’s long-established practice; with a Practice Manager who wants to set up her own freelance compliance and consultancy business; with a
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