Dr. Mick Kling and I had our "Dive Into Profit First" webinar last night. It was a great, interactive call with some excellent questions from the doctors who attended.
We are so glad you requested the replay information and encourage you to take some time to listen in. One thing that will be very obvious from the webinar is that both Dr. Kling and myself love helping doctors and practices reach their full financial potential, and hope you are able to walk away with a few ideas on how you can do just that.
You can watch the recording HERE, and feel free to share it with any friends or colleagues you feel it would be valuable for. The recording will be available until 12/1/19, so don't wait too long.
In the call, we promise some bonus materials courtesy of Dr. Kling, which you can access here:
2- FAQs (and more importantly answers) about the Profit First system: FAQs 3- A list of Profit First-friendly banks that allow multiple bank accounts without unnecessary fees: Banks 4- The breakout of recommended account %s: % If you want to learn more about Profit First for optometry, visit Dr. Kling's website at for additional resources and a list of 2020 conferences where you can put Profit First into action on the spot!
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