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Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Provide an Update on Loor.tv

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 4 hrs ago

Marcus Pittman and Jason Farely Provide an Update on Loor.tv

"Is lord TV now? TV. Where do you stand right now? So we actually had a beta in April. And we funded two, we funded one season of two different shows. Teach all nations and dark collar. And we actually had to close down the beta because they funded in all episodes funded in 5 weeks. We got up to 3000 users, basically by invite only, and then we were like, oh, we have to do a capital raise. So we so successful you had to shut it down. Shut it down because we're good. Yeah, it's great. We were like, oh no, please stop. We only planned for a thousand users and you know three months. And you funded everything. We're done in 5 weeks. So with great problem to have and really sets us up, we've signed 30 movies and TV show contracts at a value of a $137 million. And why? Yeah, and we've spent no money on those content acquisitions because our model unlike Netflix who's spending a billion was a billion a month. A $1 billion content. Our model says, look, the filmmaker can present to the artist and the artist if gets funded, then we get the exclusive and get them the money for the exclusive. But if they don't, they walk away, they own the content. They own the idea. They're pitching to the user. So what kind of stuff can you tease some of this stuff? And first of all, when is lure TV going to go up so that people can check it out. The website's up now. You can check out some of the projects we have coming up and you can sign up for our mailing list. To be alerted. And so we've got projects like American recon, where there's a film crew embedded with the Arizona militia that's guarding the border right now. And that the story that nobody knows is going on. So when everybody pulled back from the border, Arizona, citizens said, will somebody's got to do something. And so a militia was formed. So there's a film crew embedded there with that militia. Stopping sex trafficking drugs. It's incredible.

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Is the Success of 'Top Gun' Cause for Optimism? Paul Kengor Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:33 min | 12 hrs ago

Is the Success of 'Top Gun' Cause for Optimism? Paul Kengor Weighs In

"Talking about Hollywood, I don't know if you've seen it, but I like to ask everybody in the last month or so about it. Given the fact that Top Gun has now, as of this weekend, become the 7th highest grossing movie in history, it just outstripped Titanic and it made a $1 billion in the first 6 weeks. Do you think that's a sign of something because there's nothing politically correct. It's just a celebration of America. Do you feel optimistic that perhaps the left grip on popular culture is waning to a certain degree? No, I'm not optimistic. I still think we're going to hell in a handbasket. And so, you know, to be totally Frank with you. But that is a positive sign. And that's something that ought to speak to people and how to speak to Hollywood. But you know, Seth, I mean, it's been like that for decades. Michael Medvedev was, I think, right? Who in the 80s or 90s did a book, title was in Hollywood versus America, something like that about how movies that are patriotic that are conservative always outperform. These woke movies and these left wing movies. And you would think Hollywood would learn more of a lesson from it, but they don't. In fact, I can tell you that the movie that Reagan the movie, which is based on my book on Ronald Reagan, the crusader, which is coming out in 2023, stars stars Dennis Quaid as Ronald Reagan. I mean, here in his 2023, the movie rights for that book were purchased back in around 2006. So it took that long to get a movie made.

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Did the NCAA Legalize Cheating? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Did the NCAA Legalize Cheating? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

"NCAA did such a terrible job. I mean, they followed it all the way to the Supreme Court and everybody telling them you're probably gonna lose this. This is just, you know, they kept on college presidents, though, an athlete record. We're encouraging it. They lost, but they had no plan B and now you got Bryce young at Alabama is making over a $1 million a year in NLR and IO partnerships. You've got kids. I mean, how can not say this is, I mean, it's just, it's one, it's not Pro Bowl. I mean, it is not pro ball. It is pro ball now. Number two, this plays into, you know, used to when you were coaching like if I was one of your big alumni. You know, it was a wink wink not. I couldn't suppose to have any dealing with the player. Now, I can have my all set up, and I can offer them before they ever get to say, if you know if you come here, I got a $1 million sitting here. Waiting. I mean, did we legalize the NCAA really just legalized cheating? Yes, that's all it was. They legalized it. And they did it in the name of doing what's right by the players. And I get that and to a certain degree, but I've been wanting to know is all along that said, okay, you want to pay the players, let's put $20,000, $25,000 every year they're there. And when they walk out, they get every one of them, not the quarterback, not the left half, hold not the linebacker, all of them, when they graduate, if they've been there 5 years, they get 5 times whatever it was. And they got a 100,000, a $120,000 when they walk out the door. But everybody wants it now. Everybody wants it now. We're analysis society. And I deserve it and give it to me now. And there's no white on anything. So it is pro ball, it's just, you know, a different way to do it.

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Sinema took Wall Street money while killing tax on investors

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Sinema took Wall Street money while killing tax on investors

"Democratic senator Kirsten sinema took nearly a $1 million in Wall Street money while killing attacks meant for the very same donors Sinema of Arizona has received nearly a $1 million in campaign contributions over the past year from private equity professionals hedge fund managers and venture capitalists whose interests she has staunchly defended in Congress That's according to an Associated Press review of campaign finance disclosures the revelation comes after cinema single handedly thwarted her party's long-standing goal of raising taxes on such investors Sinema says the contributions did not influence her thinking on the matter but many of cinema's fellow Democrats see her defense of the favorable tax treatment received by such investors as indefensible I'm Julie Walker

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House Passes Inflation Reduction Lie

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 4 d ago

House Passes Inflation Reduction Lie

"The bill just passed. A an ode to orwellian newspeak. Called the inflation reduction act, we spent three quarters of a $1 trillion, and it will reduce inflation. What percentage of Americans know that that is a complete lie? Is complete law, by the way, redundant are there partial lies? I guess there are. It's like when they say on the airplane, this plane is completely full. And I always thought what is the completely due? That full doesn't do. But that's the way I think and I don't think of that I am in the majority in that particular regard. One of the things of this horrific corrupt bill of hundreds of billions of dollars to enrich people who work on electric cars which are the more I know the more I am opposed to electric cars. The damage done by the lithium battery alone by mining for lithium is reason for moral people to oppose electric cars. I never did before. Never did.

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last week

Steven Moore Discusses the So-Called 'Inflation Reduction Act'

"Now is Steve Moore from the committee to unleash prosperity. Steve, this bill that the Senate passed over the weekend. It's hard to even know where to start with this. I'll just kind of give you the floor is yours. What are the big points that people need to know about this increases taxes, the green energy aspect of it increased the IRS. Let's start with the climate change part of it. Where on earth is all that money going to go to quote unquote fight climate change? Well, great to be with you, Charlie. You're right. You and I could probably talk for two hours about this is truly a dreadful Bill. 800 pages long. And I can't think of one good thing in this bill. Truly. I mean, I've read through, not the whole thing, but I've read through most of it. And it is basically just a massive increase in the size and scope of government and the invasiveness of government. And that's essentially the John Doe. I want to make one point right from the start, Charlie. If you count the $1.9 trillion Biden spent in his first months in office, remember that was the blue state bailout bill. And then that fraudulent $1.1 trillion so called infrastructure Bill, which was really the green energy bill. And then remember two or three weeks ago, they passed a massive corporate welfare Bill. That was roughly $200 billion. This one has a price tag of somewhere near. We don't know exactly somewhere 607 100 billion. That's $4 trillion. I mean, can you believe this? They're talking now, the left is talking about, oh my gosh, Joe Biden's like the next FDR. Well, if running up record amounts of debt, records amounts of red ink and deficits and record amounts of inflation, then he has been a quote productive president, but I've never seen anything like this in my 35 years. This will bankrupt our country. And let's just pray that we can stop this now. I'm not confident, but maybe there are maybe four or 5 or 6 fiscally conscientious Democrats left that might finally stay, hey, three and a half $1 trillion enough. We don't need another 700 billion.

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The Left and Their World of Lies

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | Last week

The Left and Their World of Lies

"Yeah, it's really amazing. That the denial. That monkey pox is overwhelmingly. I mean, 96 to 98% of those who get it engaged in male male. Sexual activity. We live in the world of lies, and it is the left that is the world of lies. I know for a fact that if you're committed to truth, you won't be on the left. It is a fact. The just the name of this three quarters of a $1 trillion spending half of which, hundreds of billions of dollars, go to green energy, not to nuclear power, not to desalination plants. Now, through green power, so that we could further support China. The vilest government in the world in terms of danger to humanity, with lithium batteries. Yeah? That's one of the major things that they produce.

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The Price Controls We're Not Talking About

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | Last week

The Price Controls We're Not Talking About

"From The Wall Street Journal, the so called inflation reduction act will be one of the greatest misallocations of federal resources in American history. The bill has many moving parts, but here's a simple way to sum up its macroeconomic impact. It would transfer about a quarter of a $1 trillion. Are you with me, my Friends? A quarter of a $1 trillion. Was that there was a time not long ago when a $1 billion was a lot. It takes a thousand $1 billion to make a trillion. The left is ruining the United States of America. The Democratic Party, the party of the left, the media, the media of the left. The universities, colleges, high schools, and elementary schools, the educational arm of the left. It would transfer about a quarter of a $1 trillion from America's pharmaceutical industry, which saves an extends lives and by the way a no fan of them either. The corruption involved in the vaccine alone. And the dishonesty there was enough, but it doesn't matter. He's right.

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Why Does the Inflation Reduction Act Include IRS Hyper-Funding?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:20 min | Last week

Why Does the Inflation Reduction Act Include IRS Hyper-Funding?

"This bill, as we mentioned last week and tried to warn, adds $80 billion to the IRS's budget and 87,000 new staff members to the Internal Revenue Service. 80 7 thousand new IRS agents. That makes the IRS larger than the FBI, border patrol and the State Department combined. That's what happened over this last weekend. And remarkably Democrats in tough Senate races like Mark Kelly and Raphael Warnock, they don't care. They voted for it because they know that they're still going to get over a $100 million in Democrat cash as the Democrats are now representing the white wealthy party, Republicans are getting outspent almost every race across the country. Because the values of wokeism are most consistent with miserable, wealthy white people that live in Malibu and Manhattan, and they want to spread their misery and imperialist upon the rest of us. The IRS adds 87 $1 billion. To their budget.

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US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

US pledges $1 billion more rockets, other arms for Ukraine

"The U.S. is pledging a massive new arm shipment to Ukraine as analysts warned Russia's gearing up to stop a Ukrainian counter offensive in the south It's a $1 billion worth of rockets ammunition and other arms under what's called presidential drawdown authority coming straight from Pentagon arms stalks This is the largest single drawdown of U.S. arms and equipment utilizing this authority to date Pentagon policy chief Colin hall says the new shipment will give you craniums more of what they've been using so effectively and trying to stop Russian forces from seizing more ground The latest aid brings the U.S. total to roughly $9 billion since the invasion began more than 6 months ago Sagar Meghani Washington

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Kyrsten Sinema Is BIG Beneficiary of Private Equity Lobbying Machine

The Trish Regan Show

01:44 min | Last week

Kyrsten Sinema Is BIG Beneficiary of Private Equity Lobbying Machine

"Let's dig in to what kyrsten sinema just actually did. Or maybe I should back up for a second and tell you how much money she gets from the private equity industry. Oh, turns out, individuals within the private equity industry. Accounted for more than $500,000 worth of donations made up 10% of her individual donors club. In the last cycle, and now it looks like this whole drama over her not signing anything, not going along with it. Oh, it was just over how much money they're allowed to really get paid and how much the IRS is going to go after them. So we get the IRS saying they're going to put $80 billion towards the hiring of tens and tens of thousands of new IRS agents to go after everyday Americans. Kyrsten sinema ensured that the private equity industry would continue to be able to pay less as a percentage basis of taxes for their income tax than school teachers, firefighters, or any of the administrative personnel that happens to work for them. I mean, yeah. That's what's happening in Washington, D.C.. You should be disgusted. I'm disgusted. Let me tell you a little more about Kirsten cinema and how much money she's getting individual donations, as I said, totaling more than $500,000 for a half a $1 million in campaign donations all from private equity individuals, including $54,900 from executives at KKR, 35,000 from Carlisle, 27,300 from Apollo 24,500 from crow holdings 23,300 from riverside.

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The IRS Is Going After the Little Guy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last week

The IRS Is Going After the Little Guy

"So what is the IRS do then? You know, they might, they might audit a couple of millionaires and billionaires. And the millionaire is in billionaires will hold the line via the best law firms best accounting firms, drag it on maybe pay a small fine and that's it. But the IRS, they instead will go after targets where they know they can win. You see, data shows, according to the GAO, the government accountability office, who actually gets audited. Well, in the year 2019, out of the 600,000 audits that were conducted, 198,000 of them were people earning $1 to $25,000 a year. A 165,000 of them were people earning 25,000 to $200,000 a year. And then on down about 20,000 of them were people earning 200,000 and a half a million a year, about 10,000 were half a million to 5 million, and then less than a couple thousand were 5 million or more. Now, the argument the IRS will make at a surface is a good one. Well, there's just more people earning $1 to $25,000 and so therefore it might be cumulative more, but the percentage actually works out. Now this is rubbish for a very simple reason, which is when you earn when you are between one to 25,000, there should be an intentional campaign not to audit you. Now, I'm not a big one to talk about equity or about fairness or all that. Especially when it comes to racial stuff, which is garbage. But I will say this, it is deeply morally unfair. In fact, it is an abuse of government power. To have the federal government go after someone earning $36,000 a year who can not defend themselves against the IRS.

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Andy Ogles: We Outworked Our Opponents

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:43 sec | Last week

Andy Ogles: We Outworked Our Opponents

"Race. It was bitterly contested. You had national super PACS out of Massachusetts spending a $1 million to attack you and yet you ended up winning and I think it was about a 9 or ten person primary by 12 points getting about 38% of the vote. How did that happen? Well, you know, it was a decisive victory. We just outwards our opponents, a lot of great candidates in the field and I'm grateful for everyone who ran. But at the end of the day, the attack ads were just noise and a distraction. I think what people were wanting was people who had real ideas who had a track record of getting things done and substance rule today.

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The Lies of the Environmentalist Movement

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | Last week

The Lies of the Environmentalist Movement

"So we have this lies we're printing almost the 1 trillion 3 quarters of a $1 trillion. To fund the fraud known as the environmentalist movement. David Horowitz correctly said to me, I think in the 1990s. That the environmentalist movement is a watermelon, green on the outside and red on the inside. He was entirely right. He grew up a communist, so he knows he knows communism very well. And for me to say that about someone's a big compliment because I know communism very well.

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Why Steve Kirsch Went Up Against the COVID Vaccine Peddlers

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | Last week

Why Steve Kirsch Went Up Against the COVID Vaccine Peddlers

"I'm curious about you as we, before we dive into some of the data. Why are you doing this? I mean, you've made a bunch of money. You've built several successful companies. You have a beautiful home. You have a nice life. Why pick a fight against it's just a multi $1 trillion machine. What drives you to do this? That's simple, generally. Because it's the right thing to do. When you have a situation, and I did the estimates of the number of Americans that have been killed by these vaccines. And the numbers at the time came out to be over a 100,000. And now it's over 500,000 Americans that have been killed by the vaccine. And so when you have a situation like this, and you know about it, and you turn your back on it and say, hey, I'm going to live a normal life. And I'm going to keep my Friends, and I'm not going to say anything. I'm not the kind of person who could live with myself doing that. And there came a time when I had to decide between being the CEO of a company that I started. And making potentially millions of dollars doing that, versus doing the right thing to use the money that I've earned and use that in an effort to expose the truth. And I didn't have to think very long in making that decision. And so I quit my job and basically left everything on the table to go and do this because it's the right thing to do.

Early Voting Is Key to Success in Arizona Race

The Officer Tatum Show

02:04 min | Last week

Early Voting Is Key to Success in Arizona Race

"I'm going to be honest with you guys. I have no idea how Karen is even anywhere near carry. One reason is because I heard she put $20 million into a. Race that, you know, she had no business being there if you asked me. I mean, somebody, I guess, had to challenge the Trump Republican Kerry Lake. But Karen, in a primary, put an end to any $1 million is out of control. I never seen her anywhere on the campaign trail. She has no social media, and I say anywhere on the campaign trail, she's not in the circles that I'm in. Her people have never reached out to me for anything. Even before I supported Kerry, her team is never reached out to do anything with me or anybody else I know. I guess if you got enough money, you can be competitive. You don't even have to really have a good platform. You can jump in and raise late. You put 20 million in, you can be competitive and get 200,000 people to vote for you. But I was at Carrie Lake's party last night and the initial count care was down by like ten points. And I know a lot of people initially gave up on it. Which is weird to me, but they initially gave up on it. Some people thought the care is going to lose. But what people are not considering in this election in the primary and it's probably going to happen in the general. You're going to have people that do what we call early voting in the state of Arizona. A lot of people do early voting. Our participating early voting. And then the Trump lichens, I called him Trump against the Trump Republicans, believe that you should not vote early, meaning that you shouldn't send you vote through the mail. If you vote early, you take the early ballot, you fill it out, then you turn it in in person on election day, and that's what a lot of Republicans believe in, at least the trumps, because there's been so many issues with ballots being lost in the mail and all of the above, people literally physically need to go in, drop their ballot off.

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A Look at the Inauguration Speech of President John F. Kennedy

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

A Look at the Inauguration Speech of President John F. Kennedy

"Is what I think I would love to say is candidacy's promise here. He said, look, we may not accomplish everything we're setting out to do here. In the time frame that many of you are going to impose a hundred days, thousands of it. He said, but if we at least begin, we can begin the process of moving forward. He then reminds them going back if you remember our first statement where he says not from the generosity of the state, he reminds the people that they have a part to play in this as well. He says, in your hands, my fellow citizens more than even mine are more than the state he's implying will rest the final success or failure of our course. Since this country was founded each generation has been someone to give testimony to its national loyalty. Wow. Again, Democrat, John Kennedy, talking about nationalism, talking about national pride, national loyalty that we step up because this is the country that has given us the hope and the birth of freedom and liberty that we have. And he famously used by saying the graves of young Americans who answered the call to service surround the globe. Reminding us that America is the bright shining light of the future that Ronald Reagan talked about The Shining city on the hill that was mentioned. He understood this Kim to understand that we have played a great part in keeping the world free, pushing back against fascism and nazism and totalitarianism and communism. We were still in the first stages of some of this, but he said, we've done this already and we have to continue to do it. He discusses that this is going to be a struggle. And in this struggle, it is something that to not move away from. He says, now the trumpet summons us again not as a call to bear arms, though arms we need, not as a call to battle, going battle, we are, but a call to bear the burden of a long twilight struggle year in and year out. Rejoicing in hope, patient and tribulation, a struggle against the common enemies of man. Tyranny, poverty, disease, and war, it self.

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JFK Understood the Power of Negotiation

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:11 min | Last week

JFK Understood the Power of Negotiation

"Kennedy's statement here, if there was anything that I would love for this podcast to be able to get across, is that there is ways that we can negotiate through the problems in our country. And do it in a civil manner that we're not enemies. I think what was interesting here is Kennedy putting this in perspective of world powers, the American bloc British the American bloc and the Russian bloc and Soviet Union in that time was at ads with each other, but he was actually saying we can never put aside the fact that we need to negotiate. And we're going to have proof in this negotiation, but we've got to negotiate. And I think with people today, when we look at the condition of our country, when we look at the condition of the economy, there's many challenges that we face across the world. We have got to be willing to find ways of negotiation and not give up who we are inherently or from a moral background, but we've also got to be willing to enter into negotiation with those who don't think like we do, agree like we do or talk like we do or understand what we do if we're ever to solve the problems that will be the things that lead to our confrontations here in the future in the United States.

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"$1" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"$1" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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"$1" Discussed on Activate Your Wealth Show

Activate Your Wealth Show

06:30 min | 10 months ago

"$1" Discussed on Activate Your Wealth Show

"Was one hundred percent for us. We knew that not only would we be supported but there was no other plan. There was no other. It was like the most obvious decision to make so it went from again like wishing hoping one percent possibility to oh this is one hundred percent the decision and i knew one hundred percent like my husband does much but this was my purpose right like locked in. I'm like oh yeah. This is all gonna work out and of course it was not only supported and easy like the actual move right but as soon as we landed here because the quantum field the energetic currency of what's here resonates with who i am as a soul. There was this hop right. There was this pop in the profit in my business in the expansion in the business rate so and in the impact you know all of a sudden it was like wow like here. I'm seen in her now. So of course. This is a continuum. As what i'm getting at. There is a continuum of shifting shifting shifting shifting and these micro decisions that you make at important moments important moments of choice point so take a look at you know the cash money that you would like to be creating in your business right now. You're like okay. I know that this is my wealth. Quotient right like when i say that quotient when a mean is like the potentialities within you right so you know if you know what that is and if you don't then you wanna drop into your car and ask you know what is my wealth quotient. What is whenever asked these questions on live. Classes masterclasses summits trainings than i do. The numbers are always huge. Because of course since your potential you are magnificent. You you're infinite. You are well now. It's a matter of shifting. You're being too knowing you will create that not into believing it's possible but into the knowing that's the key every time you choose your soul you choose your potential. You take actions that reflect that alignment you get closer and closer to the absolute truth of it being one hundred percent for you until one day you wake up and you go. Oh yeah. Like of course i was going to right that there's no. There's no room for doubt at all like that just doesn't even exist doesn't even exist so you know now. I know the ease of creating million dollar years. And when i'm working towards now is the ease of creating a million dollars every month and that's the next stretch right so i it can continue if that's within your potential right and that's within the the decision making that you make to keep evolving as a soul to really play in this playground. That's here real. We're hearing this playground of earth to experience putting our potential possibility into manifestation. That's what we wanted to do right. Coming here is to experience that in the physical and of course with that ray because each person every time you choose your possibility manifest it then. You're being a light a stand for others to do the same and to fully be expressed as a soul on this earth plane right and then it's like we're radiating are shiny lights to each other. We're going hey. I'm radiant to. I'm in my wealth to. I mean my possibility to look who i happen. So in summary. Ride the most important thing that i hope you take from this training today is that you will. You will never create a million dollars until you become it. And that's a that's a inner project of shifting shifting shifting shifting into the wealth quotient that you are right so no that is. if you don't know it ask find out what that is right and then choose the next shift. Okay so great. Like i know i'm i'm a billion dollar potion in probably even more like that's been downloaded into those codes. I've got those and you know the first step was to a million and now rise to one million a month right so i always tune into. Okay so where am i. Now where am i now right and then you work towards the from okay. i see. that's a possibility. Oh yeah getting a kid feel that we have that resonates to of course this absolute knowing when you're in the knowing that it's simply as expression goes it's simply a matter of time and that's for another training you know how to collapse the time line for it because there's a way to accelerate the time line so it can happen. You know like right now the next day next friday. That's all a possibility. So you guys well let me know how the supported you add loved to know and again if you missed our evolutionary leadership summit day then just stay replay in the comments and we'll make sure you get signed up for that if you're signed up it's ingrained box so just remind you that and you guys thank you. Thank you for tuning in. And i hope this deeply supported you guys right you guys. I'll see you on the next episode. Hey thank you again for spending your valuable time with me today. The next best step for you to take after listening to this episode is to get around other like minded individuals in a close knit community by joining. I five day challenge activate your wealth. You'll find it by heading over to my facebook group. Just go onto facebook and search for the new code under group once you join the group. Say hello and search inside the group for the activate. Your wealth stipe day challenge. I'll see you on the next episode of the activate your wealth show..

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"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Up there on that on Well you know just seems to be a big push to probably mask up and A big push for vaccines. And i promise down. Though fully seventy four percent of nearly five hundred people recently diagnosed with kobe had been fully vaccinated. Now it's an anomaly. But it's scary one. I had back in december. And i have no interest to get it. Because there's been so much mixed information coming from the cdc and now like you said there's there's people vaccinated getting it and what's the push to get it if we don't have a good solution yet Everybody's losing trust in the cdc and the government. and i think it's gonna get worse for them You know. Can i just put something on top of what you're suggests said there because i don't know if you know how profound what you said is i keep telling this audience because i love my audience you give me this microphone every day. Do not ever think that the government is going to fulfil their phony promises to you. I don't i just don't i don't put my trust that means with your healthcare. Your savings your retirement you. You've got to understand that. The to the extent that you were able to accumulate more money so that you can bypass whatever system. They're offering that may not that absolutely will be inferior. The better you're going to be and money is freedom in that sense. And i just say don't don't expect these promises to always be fulfilled because they're not gonna agree hundred percent. The same people telling the panic selling the panic or so mature scaring scary times mike. God bless you man. Shane in colorado. It's up sharing back when the cdc in. Dr sal she told everyone that there's no Need for face masks foul. She said that h masks might catch a viral particle. But they're not called it one droplet in march of twenty twenty on sixty minutes. Yeah yep and so when they did come out with the recommendation For wearing face masks. I went ahead and did a little bit of research. I went to a couple of websites of companies who do porosity tests on textiles To see what the what the air gap between fibers were in. Somebody's masks that everybody Started wearing back then. And i was shocked to find that these are dust masks. They're wearing their not biological masks. They're not vital The the type of it we're wearing on these porosity.

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"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"I've never sat on a school board or a church board that they think they can negotiate through the press and tell us what to do over here. i think we've got him on the run. I think we're jamming them and i'm glad that they're just scrambled over there right now. All right do you really see any chance that one point two trillion gets passed because that's not reconciliation and nor is this really and i and it's such such a sucker's bet for some republicans. I know that that they want to be bipartisan. But the problem is you're not dealing with honest brokers on the other side and and the negotiation. Okay we'll give you. This full agree to that. But then it's going to be put on the back end which they use the reconciliation process and bypass any republican support. So it's to me. It's you know it's it's all smoke and mirrors and it's a washington game and it's why we call it the swamp on the sewer sean. They're certainly to were dimensional chess games going on at the same time or one of the house and one on the senate side as well. They're gonna do reconciliation bill no matter what and my guess is my political. Calculus says if this bipartisan bills fails the final ticket price for america will be even more. So i think we are taking this looking at infrastructure. That's five partisan infrastructure bill and see if we can make it better There's some good things about it but there's certainly some things we can't go along with yet. But i i think that if we do nothing. It'll empower Socialist do get even more done in cinema and manson lose all their power. So you might consider that for a second all right. So let's talk about that. If you do you ever have time to speak to people like senator manchin or senator cinema absolutely do we've got great relationships Great respect for both of joe mansion Very godly man. We've been a person of his word. truly wanted the a leader up here in many many ways i've seen senators Cinema sat there and talk to five. Senator simultaneously. talked to me about healthcare A really deep dive and repeat it back to me word for word. She's actually impressed me if she wants to. Be a maverick. And i think she's making a name for herself here. All right so. I'm looking at what they want. Now i know words is supposed to mean something senator but to me. They're not really meaning anything That i recognize. And then i begin to have a problem with it. You know for example instead of saying raising taxes. We're going to. We're going to have investments in this in that everything's an investment infrastructure. Now used to be defined at least from my recollection. Doing this thirty three years. Senator might sound like a long time. But that's how long i've been doing it But it but it used to be that they would talk about roads. Bridges and tunnels and that would be considered infrastructure now. Childcare is infrastructure now government healthcare is infrastructure student loan forgiveness is infrastructure guaranteed basic wages infrastructure guaranteed government. Healthy food is infrastructure. I don't know where i grew up. None of those things are infrastructure. No no you're right so human infrastructure is just another word for socialism so whenever they talk about human infrastructure immediately thinking you're in your ahead of more handouts from the government making people more dependent so you go back to president obama. He hired the best wordsmiths in the world..

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"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Spreader. Martha's vineyard birthday party. I wonder if flip flop ouchi will deliver the toast celebrating the birthday of barack obama anyway. Two hundred staff on his on hand. Where is this. martha's vineyard. How great we are getting a lot of new information about the cover up of all cover ups which is That is the wuhan lab report. Representative michael mccall of texas has been on the show. Many times has said that. It's the greatest cover up in human history. Then he went on to give out how the chinese government they knew about this in september. I think they were involved in in a cover up. It's the greatest cover up in human history I think the chinese communist party of very concerned about this report coming out telling the truth and it's already it's already been Interpreted into mandarin as well. There are just so many of the points. key points of come into the process You know since that time and of course By december full blown in january The fact of matter is they were playing with fire. They were genetically manipulating at the lab. This gain of function. That was taking place this doctor. She the bat lady. Working with peter dazs mic to get lab samples from the ks thousand miles away bat samples and then genetically modified them into a super sars like virus highly daily highly contagious and unfortunately highly effective. We believe jekyll. Kevin nineteen wise. So the wuhan lab report raises first of all. It was a normal conclusion. Why we knew the wuhan. Virology lab studied corona viruses. We knew that they were involved in gain of function research. Now we know from dr vouches emails. He was told that what we can tell with. The the sequence of the virus one particular genome seems to have been lab manipulated. It was in there then then panicked exchanges with other people about what well we that wasn't our money was it from the nih which they did funnel american tax dollars through the h. Through a third party that they knew was going to the wuhan virology lab on a whole separate report. I mean and nobody's holding china accountable. Now i gotta tell you now with these breakthrough cases. So what one of my best friends as a breakthrough case this weekend and i'm like are you kidding me. I mike he goes. Yeah i just did the home test said well get your ass over to the testing center and find out called me an hour later. Yeah it was right. I'm positive as pcr comes back the next day positive. So you know now you know thank goodness. We have friends of the program medical doctors that believe in proactive. Medicine not reacted. Medicine has had regina ron and is taken ivermectin and an eight see q remember. We weren't allowed to talk about these things up now. We have the hill reporting that more. Americans in a gallup survey just released today say corona virus is in the. Us is getting worse rather than better forty five to forty percent. Comparison eighty nine percent in june. Said they felt. The situation was getting better and biden. Now trying to control the media. Message on these breakout cases. I'm giving you the real numbers. I'm telling you that. The percentage is small with breakthrough numbers. But in the course of what one two three days..

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"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"I mean he might take the cake for the hypocrisy award of of all hypocrisy. You know as larry elder point out louise's ignoring science that he's being hypocritical remember. His kids were in private schools and having in person learning while the rest of the state was shut down. Nobody could go into restaurants but he was in restaurants not socially distant and no masks on. I mean we got that hypocrisy all over the place. What was it. I think was it the mayor of dc. We got a lot of reports to get to this. We got a super spreader event on the border obama's going to host a super spreader birthday party for himself in my office. Office vineyards Optimism about america recovering from colbert is now on a free fall. Biden's teacher's union backers say no to a vaccine mandate that they donate enough money that they get to write the policy. That's what is d. C mayor browser abouzar. Who broke her own. Brand new covert masked mandate as i guess. She was at a wedding over the weekend. Or or some event and vacc- mandates are gonna backfire. The washington post wrote that piece. I couldn't believe it. Because i believe it what's happening in france. Has police clashing with antivirus Passport protesters berlin protesters. They're out. They're decrying the draconian measures germany and most recovered covert nineteen patients. You know it was one medical study that shows yeah they rampaul was right and looks like gleaned clinic was right also anyway eight hundred nine. Four one sean. Our number. but we're going to talk about later with our medical team about therapeutics. More than say we've talked a lot about the vaccines. But what happens if you still. What have you got a breakthrough case. What if you never got vaccinated one of the best therapeutics on the market. Just information for you for you to make up your own mind. Hey if you got a health concern and it's not responding to whatever you're taking maybe a strong pharmaceutical. Can i suggest you look into. Cb day out. Maybe you don't sleep. Well you're struggling to cope with life's ups and downs or nothing seems to help the discomfort after strong physical activity seriously. You want to look into and try. Cbd and the only source i trust is cb distillery dot com. I've told you about linda taking her happy pills every day. She swears by them. I love the relaxed..

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"If you'd like to find more about coaching You can go to thriving. Dennis dot com forward slash coaching. If you'd like to schedule a coaching strategy meeting with me you can do that. By going to thriving dennis dot com forward slash c. s. stands for coaching strategy meeting during that meeting I'll share well first of all learn more about your practice And then i'll share with you What coaching looks like to see. If it's a good fit. I like your pricing model. So well and i followed it myself Just to share that with our listeners. we use a all inclusive monthly service fees. Fifteen hundred dollars a month. There is no on boarding fee No upfront costs. No travel costs It's fifteen hundred dollars a month so if you want to develop that one million dollar net practice i would love to be your biggest champion and your guide to help you do just that on that note. I wanna take a minute and say thanks. We appreciate all of our listeners. Here of the thrive initial coming up on episode five hundred We've gotta surprises up our sleeve for episode five hundred. You're not gonna wanna miss that to make sure you don't miss it. Be sure to hit subscribe you. I tunes google play Spotify apple music amazon music. Wherever you get your podcast be sure to hit subscribe and you won't miss the five hundredth episode on that note. Thank you all for the privilege of your time. Hope you learn some things on this episode and narrated. I look for to connect with you on the next priming. Dennis show.

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"As well now. I've also seen it done very comfortably. In three thousand square feet and eight opera tories with typically some overflow in fact that gives you some room to kinda take it from. There may be the next thing that you do. Is you bring in Part time specialists. Maybe we bring in an oral surgeon that works day a week in your practice or ended on us that works two or three days a month in your practice. So if you had three thousand square feet and eight opera tores you could be looking towards the future and not feel hamden By a smaller facility. Thank you Can this be done as a ppo. Practice the answer is yes it can be done. But beware of what you ask for. Beware of what you ask for. Because members three three million dollar collection practice you have to collect three million dollars and let me kind of explain how this might look if you do it as a ppo practice if you do this is a ppo practice. You're gonna un average. This is just very ballpark. Kind of anap kin pencil napkin. You're gonna have to produce one point five times what you collect one point five at least and that would assume about seventy five percent peo- involvement in your practice with maybe a forty two percent adjustment to insurance and the numbers could be a lot higher but that means in order to collect three million you're gonna have to produce four point five and then when i say beware of because and by the way the one point five is not a collections problem. It's an adjustment problem off. One point five force to write off one by a. Why in the world would you want to do it that way. Why would you wanna have to produce four point five point six four point seven to collect challenges you that would be higher because you expensive will be based on you. Having two point seven of eight million infect out model meinie not netflix..

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Nine point one to be exact sixteen. Let's say sixty nine days. Now if i divide that by four point three because a typical month has four point three three weeks three weeks. That's at any like fourteen point. Six days about fifteen days. I didn't know week. Yeah i mean if you wanted to over provide it. It would be four hygienic working four days a week. It'd be that would be used for okay. Maybe you've got three. Hi jessica work. Four days a week and one that works three days a week is a week. So there's the model there it is. And just like when roger bannister broke the four minute mile. This has been done. What we just described has been done and not only been done in a one off. But it's been done many times many many many times And it's the million dollar net practice. Dr pretexts pretexts gotta texas. But it's the million dollar net practice. How's that for a model. How's that for getting very specific about a model near. And i love it. Get a matt equation. Now you just need to work on different metrics. How do you get one-third hygiene. How do you go that to eighty three thousand dollars a month. How do you find the right associated who loves to dentistry are looking for. Who believes in your vision. And that's i think what you do with your coaching clients. Help them through these steps so they go to the next step and the next step and the next step and remember that if those numbers seem a little bit daunting on a daily basis we assume that on the three day week it gets much more realistic view if you do it in a four day week but hey given the choice stock would you rather take four days to produce three days to produce. Wait i know that answer. How about three. You're taking six off. You're working three days. That's why i think the numbers. A little daunting yeah. Yeah but but it's also kind of non-negotiable. I want you to have time off. I want you to have time for see you once you have once you have it all once. You have time for your families and remember what this podcasts. All about is helping you develop a practice. Brides personal professional and financial satisfaction so personal satisfaction is your truly have a relationship driven practice where you're connecting with the people..

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"They have to do sixty nine point one to be exact sixteen. Let's say sixty nine days. Now if i divide that by four point three because a typical month has four point three three weeks three weeks. That's at any like fourteen point. Six days about fifteen days seen i ended in a week. Yeah i mean if you wanted to over provide it. It would be four hygienic working four days a week. It'd be that would be used for okay. Maybe you've got three. Hi jessica work. Four days a week and one that works three days a week three days a week. So there's the model there it is. And just like when roger bannister broke the four minute mile. This has been done. What we just described has been done and not only been done in a one off. But it's been done many times many many many times And it's the million dollar net practice. Dr pretexts pretexts gotta texas. But it's the million dollar net practice. How's that for a model. How's that for getting very specific about a model nina. I love it. Get a quiz equation. Now you just need to work on different metrics. How do you get one-third hygiene. How do you go that to eighty three thousand dollars a month. How do you find the right associated who loves to dentistry are looking for. Who believes in your vision. And that's i think what you do with your coaching clients. You help them through these steps so they go to the next step and the next step and the next step and remember that if those numbers seem a little bit daunting on a daily basis we assume that on the three day week it gets much more realistic view if you do it in a four day week but hey given the choice stock would you rather take four days to produce three days to produce wait. I know that answer. How about three. You're taking six off. You're working three days. That's why i think the numbers. A little daunting yeah. Yeah but but it's also kind of non-negotiable. I want you to have time off. I want you to have time for see you once you have once you have it.

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Where we're one doctor. Maybe works monday through thursday Another doctor works tuesday through friday. You know perhaps there's even a middle ground there where it's done on a three and a half day week. Heart doctor works Monday tuesday wednesday full days and a half day on thursday another doctor. You know the second doctor might work. tuesday wednesday thursday full days and a half day on friday. But i would really encourage you to put your goal to do that on a three day week because if you can do it a three day dr week You're going to have enough time with your family. Now you're gonna time to pursue your hobbies interests And you're going to be able to take a massive amount of sea and not take the at the expense of your family. So i really want to do this. And when you break it down to daily production it really. Isn't that ominous when you break down to daily production Perhaps the hardest part of that model when look at the three different production departments owner dr associated doctor and hygiene. Perhaps the hardest one is hygiene in terms of hitting that target and over again. It's been done before So it must be possible and again if you wanna break down the numbers for just a minute. I'm assuming that we're paying owner dentist. You have to check my math near. And i'm gonna actually ask you to grab a piece of paper and write this down. I want you to grab a piece of paper. Write this down so the owner dentist is going to get paid two ways. He or she is going to get paid as a dentist. And what's typical owner. Dentist compensation when you're paying the doctor. The owner dentist is thirty five percent of his or her production thirty-five that comes to four hundred and twenty thousand dollars. Annualized annualized yes. Four hundred and twenty thousand dollars now..

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Where we're one doctor. Maybe works monday through thursday Another doctor works tuesday through friday. You know perhaps there's even a middle ground there where it's done on a three and a half day week. Heart doctor works Monday tuesday wednesday full days and a half day on thursday another doctor. You know the second doctor might work. tuesday wednesday thursday full days and a half day on friday. But i would really encourage you to put your goal to do that on a three day week because if you can do it a three day dr week You're going to have enough time with your family. Now you're gonna time to pursue your hobbies and interests and you're going to be able to take a massive amount of sea and not take the at the expense of your family. So i really want to do this. And when you break it down to daily production it really. Isn't that ominous when you break down to daily production Perhaps the hardest part of that model when look at the three different production departments owner dr associated doctor and hygiene. Perhaps the hardest one is hygiene in terms of hitting that target and over again. It's been done before So it must be possible again if you wanna break down the numbers for just a minute. I'm assuming that we're paying owner. Dentist you have to check my math. Near and i'm gonna actually ask you to grab a piece of paper and write this down. I want you to grab a piece of paper. Write this down so the owner dentist is going to get paid two ways. He or she is going to get paid as a dentist. And what's typical owner. Dentist compensation when you're paying the doctor. The owner dentist is thirty five percent of his or her production thirty-five that comes to four hundred and twenty thousand dollars. Annualized annualized yes. Four hundred and twenty thousand dollars..

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"And he said what's he answered me with a question. What's possible what's possible This is the second time that's ever been brought back really cool memory. So let's talk about this. It's a practice that collex three million dollars a year. Now let's break it down into its components. Let's break this down. This would be two doctor practice and the model that i'm thinking is an owner dentist and an associate doctor so owner dinners an associate doctor. Strong hygiene department strong hygiene department. So there's some overriding guidance. On this and let me break it down into what would need to be done because when you break it down. It's kind of like that old joke. How do you eat an elephant. One time on by the time we talk about three million dollar practice. You're thinking oh my gosh. That's that seems overwhelming depending on where your you know what reference point is but when you break down when a break down. It's actually very realistic. It's very real realistic This would be an owner doctor. Don't know break it. Down to monthly numbers stood. Let stay on the numbers for just a minute. By the way wasn't that tip from art great Kind of a preview for this podcast episode. Art love the way art looks at numbers and has such vast experience with dennis that He's able to navigate that in a way that makes sense for dentists and he did a great job on our podcast tip today. Absolutely he's he's a he has helped thousands and thousands of practices especially dentists and owners achieve their life goals. And so i guess he knows how to and you know the thing about matt does well. Let's break down so looking at monthly owner dennis the goal to produce one hundred thousand dollars a month hundred again. Nothing easy about this and again. That's just dr production that's not including hygiene the associate doctor The goal would be sixty seven thousand dollars a month..

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Welcome back to the thriving. Dentist coaching action segment. This is narrowing your co host. Today's topic is the one million dollar net practice. The one million dollars net practice you know as we create our careers and as we build our life and chase our legacies. sometimes it's useful to follow a model that's proven a model that creates the financial satisfaction. The professional satisfaction and personal. Tell us that. Gary talks about today. And it's going to be sharing such a model knowing what he knows from. Forty one years of experience and also the current realities that's out there in the marketplace. The competition how the world is changing the insurance landscape mortar that he feels is the ideal model to be thriving practice today and retitled it. The one million dollar net practice so garret. Let's jump in near. Let's start by kind of explaining that title for just a minute. you know. it's interesting when dennis get together and they talk about their practices if they talk about numbers. They're more likely to talk about what they're producing in other words. What their top line. Numbers are rather than the bottom line number of what they're keeping. Does that make sense. yes yes. Dennis are more likely to maybe. That's true across all business owners. They they talk about the top line. What their businesses doing in fact. I think that's even kind of permeates the business landscape whether you're a restaurant owner whether you're a dennis with the owner radio station. Whatever your businesses you talk about the top line number if you talk about numbers but what's more important is what you actually keep. Actually keep so we're going to. I'm going to share with you in this episode. How to create a practice model that creates one million dollars a year in net income pretax in net income from your dental practice. Now kind of crazy. Yes except if it's been done before it must be possible before. Yes so and i have even more encouraging news to report. Not only. has this been done before therein..

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"The actually do and it's called a marginal profit so what we're going to talk about today is how every additional procedure for every additional amount of revenue. What we call incremental marginal revenue has a much lower overhead than your total practice so in the average general dental practice. Your net profit is somewhere between if you do it right. Thirty to forty percents off your million dollars. Your net profit is going to be about three hundred to four hundred thousand dollars. Well if we take a look at this from the standpoint of one additional crown Week in your dental office for every additional procedure that you do. You don't have to hire a new staff member a new team member if you will. You don't have to have additional wrench. Read doesn't change your telephone. Bill doesn't really change. You don't have a lot of additional repairs to dental equipment etcetera so basically for every additional crown. Let's take a crown for example folks for every additional crown that you do. Let's say the crown fish fifteen hundred dollars first of all if you do one additional crown. A week and that could be facilitated through additional marketing proper or more efficient scheduling or. Maybe the doctor Changing the way he or she diagnosis dentistry. All those things right. So let's say we did one additional crown a week. That's fifteen hundred dollars a week. We work fifty weeks a year. That seventy five thousand dollars a year in my dental office that i'm going to earn by doing that now. What's the incremental overhead on that crime for the incremental overhead. All you have really is your lab. Bill and your dental supply cost now in a dental practice than the lab. And let's take out of the equation if you have a a cad cam machine Most doctors don't many do but let's say you don't and you or lab bill for that. Fifteen hundred dollar crowd is going to be somewhere between six to nine percent of the cost of that of of the price of that procedure and your dental supply expense. That's gonna be your gloves and your And ninety five mask and a burs all these end us supplies usually somewhere in the neighborhood of about six percent. So let's just call our total cost and we're gonna have to set up an additional chart for the patient if your chart wasn't an issue but there are small other costs you have to deal with. Let's just say that. Your total incremental costs are twenty percent. So i do a crown for fifteen hundred dollars. My incremental cost is twenty percent so my profit is what eighty percent. That's what i said i started. You're gonna make eighty percent on that particular procedure so your net profit.

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"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"To another episode of the thriving. Dennis show i'm gary tax your podcast co host very excited to bring you. What i think will be a very inspiring episode. If you haven't seen the title already here it is the one million dollar net practice. Yes i said that right. The one million dollar net practice. Think you'll enjoy this one before i get to that episode couple of quick announcements to make Very excited to share with you. The coming up on november. Sixth were doing a live an nba workshop. You know for the last year and a half. We've been doing those Nba workshops by livestream And they've been very successful as a livestream format however we thought it was time to bring back An option for you to attend one live and so we're doing that on saturday november sixth in phoenix arizona. Back in in my neighborhood. And i encourage you to come join us. It's from eight thirty in the morning to five thirty in the afternoon you'll earn eight hours of c. credits and during that nba workshop. I go through the ten elements of a thriving practice. Twenty four systems that that practices need to become a driving practice and six goals. Now encourage every dennis to embrace very affordable. A a mentioned you get eight hours of ce and if you've been looking for a course to attend live. This is the one that..

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"$1" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"$1" Discussed on Z104

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