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Hello everyone and welcome to another episode identifying or podcast. I'm your host dr mark costas. I got a good buddy at a repeat guest rest on the line with me today and the good news is i am heavily caffeinated because i just had a nitro cold brew so if i'm talking too fast put me on half of speed guys because i'm ready to tear it up with my good friend dr paul etchison how you doing today paul doing good. Thanks for having me back on man. I just excited to be here and and <hes> you're you're podcasts was the very first one i was ever on so it's like i'm coming full circle and go through all the cycle. I guess nice. That's very cool cool. Now you have your own podcast so dr paul is the author of a book called dental practice hero which i recommend to anybody that hasn't read it yet really incredible book that is very tactical and very kind of <hes> oh cookbook like almost a lot of different sections and he also has a podcast. It's called dental practice hero <hes> so he is the kind of guy that is really really generous with his information. He's been able to build held a very successful multimillion dollar practice. What how many how many days working per month now paul so i mean i work every the day you know how it is but i'm seeing patients six days a month so two days a week and i'm taking one week off every month which has been nice dude so yes. I feel your pain. Though because i was off i put down the hand piece for almost an entire year i think goes wow ten and a half months and i really got to the focus kind of on running my practices and you know traveling to further the business traveling to dental schools traveling to conferences. It's a speaking doing keynotes and working on the podcast and working on <hes> diaz is the coaching and consulting company <hes> so i was in this really nice rhythm of non-clinical and lost two associates at one time and so i'm back at the chair two to two and a half days a week and i will be probably for the next six months until i can get my new associate trained up so i know what you're talking about and i actually like the two day a week thing. I think it's just the right amount of time <hes> <hes> to kind of get your hands wet right and and still be in the dental world. I think one day a week is maybe not enough and no days a week because definitely not enough yes. It's true and it's like you know. I was three days a week for a really long time and we have a we have five practice and we want to eleven ops back in october her and we are just seeing so much growth that on three days a week i was just couldn't get enough things that i wanted to get to with our growing team and training new team members and then one day. I just went ahead. <hes> you know maybe like six weeks ahead and said you know what this was my last wednesday. I'm not seeing patients on wednesday anymore and it's been good you know it. It's important to keep working on your business as you know. I think that's the easiest way to grow your business is to go down on clinical days and i think that's sort of for some people it's counterintuitive but but i mean just like you and my socio just had a baby and i did two months of her maternity leave and it was four days a week and it was fun to be back in the clinic that that much but there are came back. There's so many things at the practice that are just neglected that i just wanna i wanna do and scheduling things in just system things i wanna get going and polished up and training things in i just she's back in the practice now. She's she was offered two months and i'm excited to get back at it but it's hard to run the business when when you're when you're working at it all the time so true so i'm going through this interview process right now looking first c._o._o.'s.