19 Burst results for "Batra"

"batra" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

04:44 min | 7 months ago

"batra" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"Sensitivities hormone imbalances detaching from toxic chemicals such as heavy metals mold and most importantly mental emotional and spiritual health. Sounds like we have a lot in common peter. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. It's such an honor those jump right into it. Tell us a little bit more personally about yourself in how he ended up doing what you doing yet. It was pretty interesting story. I scott into functional medicine just kind of by random luck most physicians in our field. Get in because they got sick and they couldn't get better with the traditional route so they found functional medicine for me like i said i just got lucky when i was a family medicine intern when i started residency. If you would've told me i'd be like an alternative care practitioner. I i would have laughed in your face. I would have said no way. I was greenlee traditional metoo. I still can't believe it. But i couldn't be happier to be where i am. My parents are both doctors. So i was raised. Kinda like with medicine in my mind and day came from a traditional standpoint. Everything i learned in school in residency was traditional standpoint and so during the winter near family practice we do different rotations one month. You're doing cardiology than you're doing. Ob gyn than outpatient inpatient and you have different attending doctors that teach you when we would be on inpatient service. So we're working. With is hospitalized patients. We would have a different attending work with us every week. And had this attending named dr batra that every time he came on the service he had a start a multi vitamin vitamin d on all our hospitalized patients and we all thought it was a joke and ridiculous and we. We laughed at him and because he was different. Nobody else was doing that. I mean nobody else worked with said anything about something like that and we thought it was a waste of time. One day like sunday like two. Am i was on call with him and kinda just asked him. I was like dr batra. Why are you weird. You know why. Why do you do this. He's like i'm studying. Something called functional medicine and allies. Like what is that any took me to the ifm website and his just like kind of showed me a little bit and he told me it's about getting the underlying cause of disease..

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"With. Practices is the actual leader, the owner of the practice and I think it really is important to start there. So I would highly recommend if you're struggling or you can't keep a team or you have high turnover or you're just not going in the direction that you feel like you should be take some time to self-rule self reflect take some time to do some personal growth on you know take classes are going to leadership conferences, readable leadership books, John, Maxwell? Is a great one that I have no doubt dove into and really kind of know where you are and what your thoughts on where you need to be before you can bring your team to success. If you got a bed up out of bed every morning in your frontal and you're laying over the side of your bed thinking man I can't for the data to over that has no way to bring an attitude to the research team. So it released yourself. I love that I love that you're absolutely right. So awesome thank you so much for being with us was a pleasure but before we say goodbye, can you tell our listeners where they can find you? So for. Those of you who are interested I do run a pediatric down marketing on facebook page and it's just a brief way to exchange ideas so. Find me there. You can email me. Our misses me directly from facebook I'm always on there or email me at NATO Bhadra DDS at Jamile DOT COM on. So yeah. Any which way. Awesome Guy. So that's all going to be in the show notes below in case anybody's interested and wants to pick more has brain or has any questions or concerns definitely on the show notes to find out more reach out to her and thank you so much for being with us. It was a pleasure and we'll hear from you soon. Thanks Michael have a great day. Hey, guys. Thank you so much for tuning into that episode. Thank you so much Dr Batra for being available guys. If you want reach out to Dr Batra Juliet what's up, say hello ask her any questions or concerns she loves it when you guys asked her questions and concerns let her know you here on the podcast that would mean a lot. So yeah, thank you so much for tuning into that episode and I wanted to ask you a question. Have you ever heard of something called Zombie? Zoabi Z. O. B. that's irks organizational box of efficiency. Now this thing is completely free. If you've ever ever wanted to try out any of Zirk products order the that's over thirty of zirk. Products for free. I. Actually think it's all of products for free like literally you get over thirty things inside of this box and I'm GonNa, put a video in the show notes below of me actually boxing ob I got my Zombie box abou the beginning of this week and has everything has like the trays at has a holders. It also has the MR thirsty here. I, have some samples literally in front of me. Has the instant damn in their the sample. It also comes with the airway armor it comes with the lingua fix it comes with some of utensils like the thin grip sample crystal hd Like I. said, it comes with the Mr. Thirsty the pink pedal sample it has a lot of samples but at the same time, it also comes with the trays. It comes with the holders comes with the mats. It comes with the cassette holders, the guards, the blocks I mean, the the slide trade divided the tubs. Comes with all of this is this is all for free. F. R. E. E.. It's mainly a thing to say like, Hey, guys. Go, go give this a shot try out try everything out if you like any of it. Awesome. Let's order some of it. If you don't, you don't have to don't worry about it and it's off for free everybody gets Zobeir box for free. So guys go ahead cones, Jones pillow I'm going to put a link. They're not going to ask for your credit card information and all that stuff like hey. Where do we send it to and you get yours ob box for free? So awesome. So shown, it's below check out the video for see you can see everything that came in Mizo box and then at the same time Get Yours let me know send some snapshots. Some pictures of your Zombie Bucks tag me in it. You can tag me on dental marketer whether it's on instagram or on facebook Yeah. Just look me up there, but I would be really really excited to see yours opie box. So awesome guys. GonNa Shannon's below check it out get yours box now and thank you so much for tuning in and talk to you guys in the next episode..

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"By imagine if we did quit. Oh my gosh. Like looking back on all this to- Today. What has been some of your biggest struggles refills, your pitfalls. Before this practice or all dentistry all until today like right now to right now, all the way till the very beginning. You know something I learned a lot later in my. My professional life is that. A lot of times it's the leadership that's the biggest problem and us as dentists or pediatric. Dennis we. Don't really think about that and I think the biggest struggle for my husband and I were just understanding how to lead team like we really had to self correct ourselves. It really wasn't our team was how we were on guiding them how we were training them what we were doing to make them feel like they did a good job things like that. You can't take. That for granted and I really compare it to raising children. I mean, a lot of times you go. You tell your kids how well they did it a sport or how well leave it in school and they need constant encouragement. You can't just tell them once a year old. He did a good job at their review. This is something that you have to you know. At a box and get in get in the trenches with your team and really understand them and you know it. It takes a lot because some of us are. Good. Egos very we're like we're like. Each withdrawal, the schooling we know what we're doing. Now we got this but I think a lot of times. We don't realize that some of the biggest problems.

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"To go somewhere else? No. No, I'm going to be here so. that. That's kind of how we've dealt with Irene and agreed office manager that is trained. On how to handle a situation like that the word to use because whatever you say, you don't WanNa make the situation even more intense. They WanNa, tell you something. Let them talk you let them talk it out and then coming back and saying, no, how can you make this better for you know what can we change it for you and let the parents make. You know give you some choices on what they would do to make the situation better entourage. Okay. That's really good advice. Really interesting. Okay. So then I WanNa, know really quick if you can tell us how has marketing change throughout your whole process whether you know how you shifted your marketing from your first failing practice or the acquisition that really didn't work out to this one this one. But the one that you had before this one then to the one you have now and then how did this even change? After Kobe. So in our original practice, our general dental practice. We had no organization we had. We were just haphazard league. Doing Marketing. So we get a call and say, Hey, you wanNA murkier practice arms, Bieber magazine Michael Sure and so it was very haphazardly. I. Didn't know where the demographics of word this marketing was occurring I didn't actually follow honey marketing meeting. We didn't know how much how many of our patients were coming. We didn't recording that stuff. We just did it. So there was no plan no intention no anything, and now I see why it failed because we it was not that's not how it's supposed to be and so this time around. Really, understanding first of all your startup. You need to know who your surrounding zip codes are like, who are they and you know if you go with. Let's say you do direct mail piece like we did. We use a combination Utah they don't know zip code like I do. So I may be able to have a conversation with them in give him a little bitch. So No, we are marketing come up with a plan a budget Organiz. It could a calendar on the wall, do a month by month and really on it's it's much different now because I know. The money on spending I know where it's going and you better believe that every single time my admin team is talking June patient font need do not hang up until we find out how learned about us. So I can really really interesting tract where our new patients are coming from an spend more money on those are. When we first started we did. Because we had no patience. We, social media facebook really was instagram was even thing. So facebook was something we did and then we did. Advertising in our local newspapers that went into local communities advertise at our. Local children's. Gyms things like that, and then we did. One of the biggest things was asked was the direct mail and. Getting new patients from that was really hinge. We actually it was better than.

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"You kind of like spurred question here? How has this ever happened to you? Have you ever had an irate parent and if so what were they? So annoyed and mad about in how did you handle it? So these are the things that you learn overtime. So yes, we've had irate patients and what we do, what I do our my job was, what was the situation? Why did appear in get man? Was it finances? Did we not present something correctly? Do they not understand I mean a large majority of anything in a dental office whether it be pediatric and down takes Ordre General, it has to do with. Finances rate, and if we're not clear on presenting finances or the parents don't understand it, they can be eaten coming. Well, I thought you'd form insurance limitation for in there not. So I've definitely had those conversations but for every time I've had an IEP happened in the first couple years I'm not saying that we were perfect we had to this is what our audience needs to learn is that take goes. Of Irate parents and figure out what was the problem? And a Lotta Times, it's something you need to change in your own verbiage that will help them understand. So that scenario doesn't present itself again. So for example, in the beginning, we would say we've had team members, they be root canals, and that became a really kind of like high were. It was like a root canal root canal on my kid, what do you mean? And so over time we you know we let's just not see that word anymore. Let's call it nerve treatment because it is different from adult root canal, which is what the parents are familiar with, and so just changing your verbiage and understanding why that Karen Gutter Irate don't just. Blow them off and say, well, they're just the dump parents. They don't want to know the understand. There's something. In communication that is not working out and you need to dig a little deeper to figure out what it is an insult self-correct and then take it to the entire team. We will no longer use these words anymore. We will say this instead and you'll see less and less over time we have less and less Irene patience because they already explained everything before they can come in. So and yes are we dentist for a current patient out there? No, it's. Never GonNA happen or you're gonNA have someone that's GonNa. Come in and tell you how to do your job every day. Yes and you know hopefully you'll get to a point where you can see no I'm not comfortable with how you want me to treat your child. You know I think you might be better off with a different provider I'll be happy to recommended you names for you. And funny funniest thing about that conversation is that almost always a compact. And they're like, no. What do you.

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Would say that these two really kind of opened my eyes to customer service and the things that you need to do as a dentist as A. Provider and and your team, and so you know when the kids and the parents come to the office, they don't know. What the filling looks like. They don't even look in their kids mouths. They don't want anything. All they want to know is like when they walked in regretted, they felt like they were Disney they fell everything was happy and fun and it was exciting for the kids. So creating that really positive environment. So one of the things I tell her team members when we hire them I, see to them I say when you're hired in here a New Year Dental Assistant Rhino your hygienists. But here you're Broadway Hurson you're you're you're the actor actress in Win Eight Am and curtains go up you're GONNA act and. If you go to a Broadway show, you'll never see someone acting in some performance and because they had a bad day or they're not feeling well, performance is not going to change. So and if they're having a bad day or they cannot perform, they have a backup performer ray. So I that's one of the things that I really coach our team on on a daily basis on a monthly basis on nearly constantly were talking about that. You know what can we do and it's not always all my ideas I do ask what do you guys think we could do to make things better a lot of things.

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Part of the life you know what I'm saying like where you I understand how you felt when you're like Oh. Gosh we're waking up in his like miserable because distinct draining everything you know what I mean how? 'cause I feel like a lot of our listeners right now are sometimes in that mode. It's like were waking up and it's like it's not getting any better. I guess, what would you recommend right now for people who are in this phase not so much what should they be doing in their personal life to make sure this stays out of their personal life you know what I mean. Look. If they've already gotten themselves into a situation where they are feeling that where they can, we don't know what to do. Every day is kind of a dreaded day. I. Mean to say this was in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, twenty, thirteen years a lot of things have changed. There's so much more available to someone today than there was on to me. Ago I didn't have as much as much stuff to reach out to especially on facebook or colleagues, and we will get that what if someone's struggling? First thing. I would do is reach out to some colleagues that are you know not your competition or you know different states say you know what are you doing differently or going onto one of these feasts with pages? Saying. This is my dilemma. What are your thoughts on because every situation is different on where it is. Sometimes you're struggling because you don't know what the answer is and you just need some choices to pick from. and. Or maybe you're in a situation where it's just not gonna get any better and someone needs to bring tell you that and you just need to remove yourself from that situation in sometimes. Yeah. It'll be a loss and it sucks. Depressing. But it only makes you stronger in the next time. you go out there and do it again you'll have so much more knowledge of what not to do and you know with every personnel there that successful I'm sure they've come across many failures before they reached success now. Because, if it was I mean, I put myself in your shoes in. It's like I'm waking up and then like I finally let it go feels like a fresh a breath of fresh air when I, let it go but at the same time. Don't leave a bad taste. You know what I mean.

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Ended up having to build out our open bay, which was an additional three chairs. and. After that. We had one more room left. That was our lunchroom basically, and at that point we on, it was built on offertory. And we are okay. Well, we have a five year lease in five years if we can grow the space. Great. If now we had a basement and we were going to build out the basement and bring some of our things downstairs like lunchroom and things like that. Well, within a year's time in our four out of five year lease, we had to build out pets So we had three rooms in with three shares in we were competent away and. We did a lot of marketing. I investigated into direct mail. We did radio. Learned about how to do internal marketing external marketing kind of hobby were together and really kind of snowballed after we put these things into place and soon enough after a couple of years we were averaging anywhere from eighty to one hundred new patients. We don't accept Medicaid and on it was it was it was really good and in within five years, we were busting at the seams and we really had no place. We want leave higher more team members and we had no idea where to cut them. So we built out a renew building. I've thousand square feet about in two thousand eighteen, and we had been in that location two years as of September. And all I can say is thank God that we had moved because when we moved, we went from six. To eleven and so we were working ads know probably about two deer sixty percent capacity and Year three, we brought in an associate as well, and so he came over with us the new building and my husband works full-time does oh war. Ivy. Hedjaz fulltime in I do a lot of being management I in the earlier years was the office manager sort of an I was practicing as general dental associate in a different office. So you can see I was juggling a lot of things. I'd come home from working and I would. Be The kids get them in bed out be two hours on the computer making sure all the things that need to be done for Adleman were getting done. So unlike eleven by ten PM, tonight was my time to work on the practice. and. So. Now, I do some light general dentistry because obviously the kids are getting older in the practice in. So now instead of just the very young ones there we have some teenagers. And Whatnot. So luckily, we were at about sixty or seventy percent of capacity to our space, which were really well for us when the pandemic hit this year because we still were able to function hundred per cent of our sixty percent because we won't spread out into eleven opera Tories. Our new space has to open bays. One is a three share open bay. A to share Open Bay, and then we have six quiet rooms. And for are pretty much Dr ops and the other two do are quiet room for hygiene and they can be doctor offices while but every room has been. outfitted in a way that hygiene or doctors can work out of them. So you if we are limited in space at one time, we can move to brew. So that's kind of where the story started. This is where the story is and it's been really fun. I. became really good at something I never knew I knew how to do or actually didn't know how to learn how to do but I'm really I love doing marketing I. Love Helping others with their marketing I have. Up until now, colleagues classmates, resident friends reach out. You know what you guys did this. What did you do seven doing a lot of that and now my next leap here is to potentially. Do some kind of coaching or. I'm thinking of doing learning pods where I can get like a group of team members doctors to. Help them. And so I thought that far yet but that's kind of the Knicks. Fade. So right now, what you let's rewind a little bit. Okay. Let's joined a lot of it. So the very first. Where you said the failing practice right? The practice that you guys wasn't an acquisition you set transition, it was a turnkey. So it was basically an a doctor who left the location and she went somewhere else and left took the entire practice charts everything she took with her it was just the belt Jas So you Kinda just bought like. That was issued but without any new patients, the patients that she took everything. She took those patients was nearby or no. She actually moved closer to where she lived and she was commuting about about forty five minutes. So she wanted to pick a location. So she took some of those patients which honestly I don't know how many of them you know went with her Ma we did have some comeback to the location because it was convenient for them. So up coming back in staying at at the location Josh Okay so then you said you. You basically..

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Do you know that place? And is it? Yeah. I have a house there that I left an renting out right now and when we were there, it was kinda miserable. So I'm surprised that you said McCall Michigan. And he had done some research for us and said that it was Kinda. New and upcoming. Area for young families and children. And so we explored a little bit more. We thought okay that's interesting and it just happened in the two years you're gone it kind of turned into. A place where new families were moving into were like health says that were young families and it was all turning around in turning to show some grow. So we took a leap of faith and we came back to Michigan on, we actually built out a twenty two hundred square foot space within a building that was occupied by north. we knew the orthodontist. So we kind of decided okay we're GONNA do this. At least we're in a building that has an Ortho practice in practice had been open for a few years. So we figured that would be a good combination and so came back. We both back to doing associate ships because obviously you know we didn't have a lot of savings and. Came back did our build out and put our marketing to the test and one of the big things that people go well, your general dentist, why are you doing pediatric dental marketing and I said well, first of all I learned a lot about marketing in general second of all, I was going to embark in opening a pedo practice with my husband. One important piece of information that kind of plays. Plays out our life is my husband is actually hearing impaired and he he had hearing when he was born and at the age of five or six, he got really ill. Started to lose his hearing and. Now He is profoundly deaf and hear some sound, but most of his communication is. Liberating. So for those listeners out there, if you think you're having a hard day in office, think about lip reading every single person you see throughout the day whether it's your team member your assistant or another doctor your practice or you know the mom or dad that's ringing the kid in. So that pose a Lotta challenge for someone like that to be able to start up your own practice. So that is where my journey pediatric dental dentistry kind of started and. In, residency I learned a lot from him as he was doing it I was learning with him in studying with him and things like that. So I kind of learned a lot about it and when we started the practice I knew that. Someone, had to be here to make sure that things were getting done. I had to the ears of the practice NECAS. When you're inviting people to come work for you and you have this growing team, you have to make sure that you know things are going the way you expected to. In. So we had that practice that we opened in. Two Thousand and thirteen. And we started with. Two ops there were a closed room. Oxford quiet rooms. And we had left the other spaces open to then build out. And within six months of being in the location, we ended up having to build out our open bay, which was an additional three chairs. and. After that. We had one more room.

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Right now, we're probably going to just hit around in the seventies between the season Seventies. If we get lucky my hidden eighty day here there but pretty much with the next couple of weeks for a taper down and then go right below sixty year. Sums this one's kind of Nice were you as you're still in the hundreds? California. So it's kind of like. A little bit weird. But anyways. So let's jump into this episode. I. Know You're stores a little bit a unique. So if you can tell us a little bit about your past, your present, how'd you tour? You are today? Okay Yeah So I'll try to condense the story here So my husband and I on graduated from the University Michigan Dental School in two thousand two, we were classmates and. From there we went and did different associates ships. So we both graduates, general dentists and the reason I remind husband into this is because he plays a big part in how my story kind of unraveled here and so. After we graduated, we worked as associate, Aman about in two thousand seven or so we decided to do startup and it was a turnkey operation where we just kind of walked into a build out with some older equipment and we thought we'd revamp the way we liked it and go ahead open doors and see what happens. As you can tell, we were knew we were young and this assumed that hey, if I'm you put a sign on the door, people will come to you. So you know dental school they don't really teach anything about marketing or business just teach you how to drill and fill and so we without yeah, we got this is GonNa be cake and. So we went into this practice and both associated while we were trying to grow this practice and what we didn't know as we basically embarked into the journey, the same year that the car industry tanked in Michigan and there were filing for bankruptcy left and right and so all these patients that will not I've trainings all these patients, the few patients that we had you know. For the most part worked for the car industry here in some way or another, and so you know a lot of people are losing an insurance and. It was a really really tough time in machine economy and so for us to grow practice at that point was It was very difficult. We didn't really look at the location. We didn't think about demographics. We didn't think any of those things and so we went in, we dumped a ton of money into this practicing in for two years we tried to grow and grow. We tried to think of anything week hood to kind of get this ball rolling. And it was really really hard because we both were associating different locations and. We had kids that were very young. So it was a challenge and one day my husband came home and said, you know I don't think I wanna be a dentist anymore and I said one is it? What would you talk about? Like, no, really I. Don't think I can do this. This is terrible and. That China went into a whole, took our life into a whole new direction and convene working on. An associate position with another doctor who was a a pediatric Dennis and Kinda was influenced by him and he decided to go back to school to do pediatric dentistry. So we basically sold the practice kind of walked away really and When she upstate New York where he went back to school and it was a tough time, those two years for us new we really struggled who were newly married. We had young kids and every day just felt horrible. Like getting out of bed is to try to think about what to do next with this practice. It basically sucked the life out of us and. What I now looking back so many years later I really think it was a very expensive way to get our MBA learner bit learn what we did. Wrong. So everything you could do wrong when starting a practice, we did it, and so we moved upstate New York on in my husband went back to school I was raising children. Now is you know working a few part time jobs didn't nuggets an income and our goal was to when he graduated to open another practice. But at that point, we weren't sure we were GONNA. Do Pedo. Combined with GP or was just GonNa be Peter or how we were going to do it. We didn't really know because we were so burnt from our first experience in so as he got closer to graduation. This. Started thinking about where we were going to go in our thoughts were not to come back to Michigan because we see we didn't think you're going to be any opportunity for us to have any success here. But when we were in New, York for two years in it, my kiss elaborate. So they could find books to read I would go and literally sit in the marketing section in pull books off the Shah none of them were dental related. They were you know marketing for starbucks on. any basically any major successful company out there that had any kind of marketing book on the shelf. I would just pull it off the shaw and try to read and learn as much as I could because I said obviously they are doing something right and if I just learn how to adapt that to Donald Office I feel like maybe we could do something So, high took a lot of time into the lottery eating attacked a lot of people in really observe. How customer service works in how marketing works literally by watching TV sometimes just to. Feel it out. So when we did move back to when we decided to where we were going to go, we actually use. A demographic person he kinda helps us locate where we would go and I call them up in We're looking to possibly open a pediatric dental office somewhere between Michigan and New Jersey and the reason we. Paid New Jersey is the locations because that's where my in-laws are. That's my husband's from, and so we thought it were somewhere between the two that would be ideal for our family. And so on he gave us a list of like maybe I think back by maybe seven or eight cities located between the two states that he thought would be a good place to start a practice in one of the city's on. There was McColl. Michigan. So I called him up and I go Moco Michigan are you sure and he goes yeah. Why do you know that place? And is it? Yeah. I have a house there that I left an renting out right now and when we were there, it was kinda miserable..

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"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"batra" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Your host Michael. And in this episode, we're interviewing doctrinaire hub Batra and historian experiences are very interesting because she is the spouse of a practice owner, but she is also a general dentists herself who owns a practice or cones. So Dr Batra is married to a pediatric dentists and also Co owns a pediatric practice with their husband. And we discuss how her first acquisition at least the one her husband was a part of completely tanked. They dumped tons of money into it for the first two years only for it to fail. What were they doing wrong we discussed that in this episode and then her husband at the time felt so terrible. That he didn't want to be a dentist anymore. Have you ever felt like that. Maybe right now you're feeling like that you're going through something so hard. So terrible in your business where you're like, I'm not even breaking evenly this is. A, I can't do this. I can't do this. Well. Her husband felt the same way. and. Eventually, they sold the failing practice thankfully, from for many many reasons and they discuss it in this episode she discusses it in this episode and get this at the same time they were newly married and they had young kids so. It's like whirlwind of like everything needs your attention. Right when something's failing, it's going to need your attention times too right. So I mean the failing practice then you just got newly married you want to spend time with your spouse the young kids you got to spend time with so all these things. Eventually Dr Batra started picking up and reading tons and tons of marketing books. And, she discusses which one of these books a couple other books pivoted her trajectory in her business and this made it better. Now, another hurdle that they kind of had to overcome was her husband is hearing impaired. So he has to read lip. So this was another thing to have made it. I guess like, yeah, difficult. But it was like a yet to find your way around it right and opportunity around it and they did. And they started changing up. Of the way they do their marketing and their business and they run an office, right? They learned a lot from failures but at the same time, they learned a ton from what they were reading experimenting and so forth and talking with specific thought leaders in the community and stuff like that, and eventually they built out a brand new building in two, thousand eighteen, and now they're doing amazing. Amazing. The kind like did a whole one eighty turn on their marketing and she talks about this in this in the episode. So very, very interesting story. We also talk about how when she when she coaches or talks to her employees she says, when you clock in, you are performing just like on Broadway this is your job and now I kind of Astra that time like wool. Wouldn't that be kind of fake like could people know that you're faking it? And I like her response she says I'm not asking you to be fake I'm asking you to put them I experience and that's so true. Sometimes, we might be having a bad day we go in. And we're just kinda like concerned with their own thoughts and our emotions and that's being selfish. You're being selfish you're not putting. I mean, it's your job to to turn it on and be like, Hey, and same thing with ground marketing I always tell the ground marketers. For, those four to five hours at drought during the lunch and learns the events or whatever you gotta turn it onto the Max. I don't care what's going on. You have to be like, hey, how's it right like perform, and so the same thing perform in your in your job we also discussed ten questions parents mainly ask the dentist right there pediatric dentists and how she's kind kinda catered perfect responses to these ten questions that can you know. Trans. She talk about it in her marketing messages you can talk about it in her pitch when she's a tree and coordinates, you can talk about it in many many ways but she got these ten questions covered. So we discussed in this episode and we all stuck about how do you handle an irate parents I? Mean some parents are just going to be super. Super Mad about something that you've done how can you handle that? We discussed that and so much more. So I'm so excited to bring you Dr Batra to this episode and guys stick around to the end of this episode because we do have a message from one of our sponsors. So awesome. Thank you so much for tuning in and here is Dr Nato Baltra. Has It gone..

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"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's Thursday night. And you're grabbing drinks with some friends started off with a pitcher for the table, which quickly becomes two. There's pool. And there's the photo booth. Squeeze in say cheese. Followed naturally by an order of wings and another. Can we get some extra ranch sauce? Then there's the ceremonial nightcap. So what are we doing this weekend? And lastly, it's back to the car, which if you're buzzed. Could be the most expensive night of your life. Getting pulled over for buzzed driving could cost you around ten thousand dollars, fines, legal fees, and increased insurance rates. Nothing kills a buzz like getting pulled over for buzzed driving because buzzed driving is drunk driving. Brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council. My name is Mira Batra. I have been in this country thirty two years, and this is how I live United America has always been the land of promise and in my community. Many families have come for a better life coming from another culture myself. I know the desire to become part of a community to feel at home and to gain the tools for our children and families to succeed. So I advocate for these families with United way United way empowers them to look beyond the histories and to see what opportunities are available. We helped him get involved with their kids schools network within the. Community. And when we do reunite them we make the community. What I do is something I wish someone had done for me. And I'm so grateful. I'm able to my name is mayor Batra, I help families the opportunities and succeed. I don't just wear the shut I live it. Give advocate volunteer. Live United goodly. United dot org. Brought to you by United way and Ad Council. Sweetie. Wants them through you have to use the right tool for the job. A power drill is the wrong toll to slice fruit. Just like an antibiotic.

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"batra" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"batra" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Let's talk about let's talk about something that is, unfortunately, something that a lot of people that get into podcasting world suffer from and that's this thing called pod fade, which is where I don't know that. Okay. So it sounds like you've heard the term before. So to those that are listening that don't know what it is yet. You come out of the gate, really sharp, and you're interested in doing it and about five or ten episodes in it's kind of like a rock at that has lost all of its fuel before it gets into orbit. So how have you avoided this thing called pod faith? Well for me. It's because I do daily in order not. To have pod fate. I do a lot of batching. And that helps me just personally to get it all done at shorter periods of time. Otherwise, I would be really overwhelmed with it. So that has helped me and then having when I had a guest podcast. I just have a busy life. And so it was so much fun to be able to talk to people that I really love. 'cause all these people were people, I personally vetted. I knew them, and I thought well, hey, this is cool. I get to talk to this person that we don't get to talk very often in this'll be my chance. So it was like a a want to instead of a half to and that helped keep it really, you know, fresh, plus top of mind was my mission of my my website is around the concept of restoring. And so keeping that top of mind having your vision in front of you going. I just want to tell these great turnaround stories, and that also gave me the, you know, the the I don't know the endurance and the joy to keep going. Yes. So find something you're interested in work with people that you are interested in working with and and keep it interesting and created so that it's it's done on a consistent basis. But you can do it in bulk. I I love that idea because I know that we're about seven hundred and fifty episodes in our run to the night on the nice guys on business podcast. And what was what has been the biggest challenge for us is is is that is that sometimes you spread out the production in two long periods. Like if you do five or six things at the same time. So we'll oftentimes we will Batra record introductions or will Batra court. Our intro. The the the interviews or whatever we need to do. We just put it together. It makes it a little bit easier for us. So oh, sorry. Go ahead. It just means that you know, with a lot of the research out there stopping and starting and stopping and starting means a lot more time on the task. But if you can batch and do one start in one stop with five things in the middle. You're going to utilize your time a lot better. Yeah. I agree. I agree. When you first got started. What were some of the things that you said, you know, I just I I need to hand this over to someone someone else. I mean, obviously, the expertise in your subject matter is one thing that you want to deal with but all of the other stuff. How did you know what the hand off? Well, you know, I think a lot of us who are entrepreneurs have that mindset of I can do it all and a lot of us are are good at a lot of things..

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"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"batra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"batra" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"batra" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Catch only the real sewed seasons. Fast food. It's it's just a catch up place. Yes. It's like the is like Patrick Mahomes would love to live inside a water the new deconstructed. She restaurants that are just like grilled cheese melt. Yeah, it's just grilled cheese shop, it's just chop you. Go get a scored a catch up. And then you keep going welcome to chop. We're going to be cocky with tomato pace whom done. All right before we get the hot cool thrown Hank. We have Batra talk. Oh. By the way, we have to legally. We are obligated to mention that the AFC championship game. This sunday. It looks like it's going to be cold. We forgot to do that. So as a sports is going to get to it, all you were sorry to there are many people who have to just continually say how cold is gonna get to. All right. Hank? Batra talk for guys that don't. The bachelor crazy episode Demi touched the group date rose before it's given out. What you don't do that hell way what at such Demi move. The group date rose would is that they go on a group date, and they have one rose to a contestant. She gets the group date rose. That's pretty self before. It was given out Demi tells what about the role in the end it's like the Stanley Cup. No this roses each. Yeah. But if you get a role as you're good for the code year. Right. So in the so they give it out during the episodes like one girl gets a group date rose. She's she's good. And then at the touched it, she touched it before. Day unlucky to touch the group date rose before you're invited to touch. It got it. That's wild sounds like it is a crazy episode. Demi is clear villain. She's set herself. The as we know at the cocktail party Demi put on a robe took hold up stairs and gave him a massage where you said tickle them. Upstairs took Kim upstate massage. But in in the show, so I heard I I wasn't watching, but she was wearing a robe, and then took them upstairs and all the other girls were freaking out because I thought, you know, they're gonna take his virginity. Well, yeah. So some high high drama hand virginity, they're very, but they were very upset for her for putting on the robe. And you know, it was a cocktail party, and she put on a robe, and she she took it to another level. Sounds like she's a bad ass bitch. But she's the villain all the other girls. Eight Demi, and then Heather told Colton who is a virgin, what's real quick. What's the advantage to like teaming up to having a squad girls? Enter your friends on the bachelor. I don't think that's how it works. I think every bachelor season just works at there's one. Girl, who has like all the sex appeal, and they all hate they hate it is that the girl that did the fake Australian accent. No, that's my girl that got a lot of airtime. But she she's nice. Heather have you been watching? No. Hearing that was off script Heather who's another beautiful girl. Blonde girl from California told Colton who's a virgin that. She's never kissing one before that's a lie on the ladies. She's she's okay. The lips. He's trying to appeal to Colton. Yeah. Great lie to I I think they're setting them up to take each other's virginity. It's going to be the big. What it is. It's one of these Jack Spratt could eat no fat his wife could eat no lean situations. So like she can fuck him, and he can kiss her. But she'll never fuck. Right. Also Nick off nose in. It was pretty funny. Oh, that's cool. What does he what he they did like open Mike thing and the girls all when you got also Nick Offerman like no fence, Nick Offerman because he's very funny guy..

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US gasoline prices decline as Iran sanctions lurk

Investor's Edge

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

US gasoline prices decline as Iran sanctions lurk

"Prices expected now to continue to decline at least over the next few days as the price of oil is at the lowest. It's been several months. Here's John Clemens with details. Batra Jehan of gas, buddy dot com. Tell us gasoline prices have declined by seven cents a gallon over the past week national average is two dollars and seventy four cents now about eighteen cents lower than where prices were a month ago when the average. Two dollars and ninety two cents per gallon. You would have to go back to April to find a similar national average of two seventy four gallon.

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Tension grows as hundreds of children are separated from parents at the border

Morning Edition

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Tension grows as hundreds of children are separated from parents at the border

"News i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep let's disentangle some confusing news about immigration here are several intersecting overlapping new stories president trump's administration vowed to separate migrant parents from their children if they crossed the border illegally us officials testified recently that they have lost track of almost fifteen hundred migrant children in their care photos have been circulating on the internet of detention facilities for children but some of those photos it turns out date back to president obama's administration and president trump blamed democrats for the whole thing what's going on here well cecilia munoz was president obama's domestic policy director and his point person on immigration she's in our studios thanks for coming by thanks for having me let's try to all this stuff is coming at us at once but let's try to work back and put it put it into a narrative put it in order i their photos on the internet of detention centers for children they're pretty disturbing it looks like kids in cages or on batra says sleeping on mattresses but these were from two thousand fourteen what was happening in two thousand fourteen in two thousand fourteen resign enormous spike compared to what usually happens every year in the number of kids crossing alone into the united states unaccompanied minors kids they either wrote on top of the train which crosses mexico or they were brought by smugglers and we didn't have enough shelter facilities because we had a huge increase and so kids ended up kind of piling up in border patrol lockups which are no places for children and president obama's determination as i recall was to adjudicate their cases very quickly and in many cases send them back deport him well in fact what the obama administration did which is what the law requires is to find a shelter facilities for those kids which were put together by the department of health and human services so the goal was to get kids out of the border patrol into proper care by hhs and then hhs is supposed to release them to the least restrictive setting and more than eighty percent of the cases that was their parents who are already in the united states well that leads us to the next step hhs sets the department of health and human services recently they did a survey of children like asking what happened to.

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