How to Stay Ahead of the Curve in Dentistry

Discovering what’s ahead for dentistry and your practice isn’t nearly as uncertain as many professionals imagine.

Daniel Burrus has been accurately forecasting the future for more than three decades for clients including Procter & Gamble, Verizon, Dell, Chase, Yahoo!, Disney, and 3M.

Earlier this month, Burrus published The Anticipatory Organization: Turn Disruption and Change Into Opportunity and Advantage. The book, his seventh, is already one of Amazon’s “Hot New Releases.”

Daniel categorizes all businesses into two categories – the disruptor and the disrupted. Disruptors are able recognize the hard and soft trends that await us, and adequately prepare to seize the opportunities the future presents, while avoiding the pitfalls.

How is the dental profession likely to evolve in the years ahead and will you be prepared to ride the wave, or will you be washed away by it?

Daniel Burrus joins the Good News Dentistry™ podcast to discuss his new book and the 25 proven strategies if offers.

Good News Dentistry™ is produced by The Dental Good Life, a proud sponsor of DOCS Education.

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