True Dental Success Institute

The Entrepreneurial Satellite Practice

From 1994 to 1997 I was rejected 20 times by various dental schools before finally getting accepted on the 21st attempt.

Following dental school, in the first seven years of my dental career, I was able to build six very successful dental practices.

How was this possible?

Did I posses some knowledge or intelligence that other dentists don’t have? Definitely not.

Did I have a wealthy family who bank-rolled the operation? A resounding NO to that one too… in fact, the while in under grad, I worked a full time forty-hour week and paid for 100 percent of my tuition and expenses. The crushing schedule took a toll on my GPA and left me with an average dental school application.

Fortunately, one dental school admissions committee recognized my persistence and decided to take a chance on me. It was blessing, a stroke of luck, that changed the trajectory of my life forever.

So back to the question…

How was a 20 time reject to dental school who didn’t come from a wealthy background able to build a multi practice empire?

The simple answer is this: I made more mistakes than anyone else.

I failed faster, corrected course, got myself up, and tried again and again and again…

I attended events, found coaches and mentors and surrounded myself with people much smarter than me.

This June marks the thirteenth year of my dental career and in that time I’ve been sidelined twice with major spine surgeries. But never during my months of physical rehab did I experience a drop in my level of income.

Because of what I’ve learned about building entrepreneurial satellite practices and creating passive streams of income, I’ve been able to design a business independent of my own two hands.  I know now that even if I never pick up a handpiece again for the rest of my life, my family will be taken care of.

For me, that knowledge has created a level of peace that is indescribable, and I want that for you.

Whether you want to create multiple streams of income, build multiple practices, or just make your practice and career the very best that it can be, I’ve got an opportunity for you.

On March 20-21st, at The Dental Success Summit 2015, I’ll be uncovering the formula that can help any dentist to rapidly increase the order and profitability of any dental practice. I’ll also be sharing how to predictably open multiple dental practices and transition them for a huge profit and perpetual residual income.

And as a special “Thank You,” for being a member of this community, we have a special early bird discount price…But this special pricing will expire soon.

Click Here to check out the lineup of speakers

The event has sold out for the last two years, so make sure you register today, this discount expires soon!

It’s time to surround yourself with the people and resources that can take your business and life to the next level. None of us can do this alone.

Look forward to meeting you in March!

Committed to your success,

Mark Costes, DDS
Founder, Dental Success Institute
Founder, Horizon Schools of Dental Assisting
Author, Pillars of Dental Success

PACE Program Provider

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2 Responses to “ The Entrepreneurial Satellite Practice ”

  1. Douglas C Stoker says:

    We look forward to your seminar. Coming from a very poor family and 2 young children I was ecstatic when the school I got accepted to was Georgetown. My wife worked as a legal secretary and this was back in the days where they let dental students work while attending school so I worked for the N C I on their cancer information service for about 20 hers per week. It was all worth .ive now turned the practice over to my son and I’ve had to take disability so I’m the cont ed guy on the going to glidewell in a few weeks to come back to the office and train the staff on sleep apnea. My son has taken a implant course and placed several implants,no I couldn’t talk him into taking Brady Franks course.look forward to your your and your group of Drs info.

  2. Frank S. DDS says:

    Dr. Costes dental school history resembles mine… I have not been as successful. I will be signing up with my staff for the Dental Success Summit 😀