Category: Two Reds Podcast

Richard Jones is an Orthodontist, industry leader and ex director of Total Orthodontics, one of the leading groups of Orthodontic Practices in the UK.

Besides organising the last three British Orthodontic Shows in the UK, he has also delivered some business courses with Ashley Latter

On this excellent podcast, you will discover

-The steps Total Orthodontics put into place to become one of the leading group of Practices in the UK
-The importance of team and how to get your team on board with your ideas
-How to grow a business, even in the banking crisis
-The importance of looking at your costs and discover one tactic on how to negotiate a good deal with your suppliers.
-The importance of sales & marketing
-AND MUCH MORE

This month we interview Dr. Chris Bowman from Charlotte, North Carolina. Grab a pen and paper and hang on Chris’s every word as you listen to a masterclass in patient communication. We asked Chris to explain his “Problem Presentation System” – how he enrols his patients in a conversation process that transitions them from presenting…
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We are back! Welcome to Two Reds are Better than One – the Chris Barrow and Ashley Latter Podcast. After a technology induced delay, Ash and I are back with a review of 2017, looking forward to 2018, dealing with scarcity mentality and learning how to say “no”. You can listen to the podcast episodes…
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  Welcome to Two Reds are Better than One – the Chris Barrow and Ashley Latter Podcast. In this episode we interview Ushma Vaidya, Marketing Manager for Tri-Dental, an 8-location micro-corporate in the UK. You can listen to the podcast episodes using your favorite player or where we publish them on Libsyn. You can also catch the…
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Welcome to this episode of Two Reds are Better than One. Chris Barrow and Ashley Latter interview Deepa Vakil, Principal Dentist at Dental at Media City UK. You can listen to the podcast episodes using your favorite player or where we publish them on Libsyn. You can also catch the latest episode here on my blog and over on Ashley Latter’s…
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“Sorry” is, at least, a start and makes a refreshing change from individuals, corporations and other super-rich/powerful organisations who seem incapable of accepting responsibility for their blatantly obvious wrongdoings. So (leading on from yesterday’s post), Google sent a very nice person along to say “sorry”, although they didn’t offer a solution to the original problem,…
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