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077: Dr. Mark Costes – The Age of Incredible Free Content

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Welcome to another episode of The Dentalpreneur Podcast. In this week’s episode, I answer some of the most frequently asked questions from listeners of the show.

When I was slogging it out in dental school, waiting to get released into the real world, there were almost no free resources available to dental students and new doctors about practice management and running a successful dental business.

Fast forward fifteen years and there are countless incredible resources designed to help new and experienced dentists alike- some of the content is available for free and some of it is available at a price.

You may not know this, but there are now over 30 different podcasts dedicated to the profession of dentistry- and the topics being discussed on these shows is as diverse as the CE events available to all of dental professionals in the world.

My podcast, the Dentalpreneur, which has listenership of thousands of dental professionals in over 120 countries, has featured some of our profession’s brightest stars. And these influencers have graciously shared their wisdom to dentists all over the world… all for free.

All of that and more on today’s episode of The Dentalpreneur.

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • Whether or not it’s still worth it to own a dental practice given the debt load that new dentists are saddled with
  • The biggest mistakes that I have made in my career, particularly in practice ownership
  • The most underrated skill of ultra-successful dental practice owners
  • How to avoid clinical burnout

If you’d like to rub elbows with me and some of your favorite dental podcasters, check out and clear your schedule for the most unique and informative event ever planned…


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2 Responses to “ 077: Dr. Mark Costes – The Age of Incredible Free Content ”

  1. Dr.Sheri says:

    I like the information you give about being burnt out. This type of thing happens to everyone and there are ways to try to avoid it but not everyone knows. Having a balance in everything is a great way to avoid burn out.

  2. Dr. Maria S. says:

    Thank you for this great info, especially about the free content.