Several years ago, I had just lost over $20,000 investing in a car wash with a partner. I had built several successful dental practices and was feeling pretty invincible. I was starting to believe that business was easy, and that I was great at it!
So what do you do when you discover you’re great at building and selling dental practices? Buy a carwash, naturally! Being in the carwash business was a very valuable and very expensive lesson. Babysitting minimum wage employees is not the most fun or rewarding experience. Internal theft was a crippling problem and in a struggling economy, a garden hose and a sponge is a much cheaper alternative to an $18 carwash.
So after losing big in the carwash game, I was chatting with my business coach about which new business I could invest in. Fast food? Carpet cleaning franchise? Airport shuttles? Real estate development? That’s when he gave me some of the best advise I have ever been given.
“Always pick the lowest hanging fruit first.”
What he was trying to tell me was that departing from my area of strength had gotten me into trouble and probably would again. So I changed my focus and started looking for businesses that complimented my existing skill set. That’s when I stumbled across the dental assisting school idea, and my life was changed forever.
Without any outside help and ZERO clue as to what I was doing, my dental assisting school profited over $100,000 in its first year. For over four years now, I’ve refined the curriculum and developed predictable and consistent systems for attracting new students and filling classes.
For dentists, owning a dental assisting school is a very low hanging fruit. You don’t need a new location. You don’t need new employees. You don’t need to invest $300,000-$1.5 million in a fast food franchise that will make all of its customers less healthy, and you an overworked stressed out mess!
This is an opportunity to have a legitimate, solid second business that could generate a six figure side income with very little investment in time or money.
Its time to get off the fence and contact me. I’ll answer any questions you may have about this business. Look forward to hearing from you!
All the Best,
P.S. My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Email me to set up a no obligation strategy call.
P.P.S. For information regarding curriculum financing please contact Jeremy Roush at (310) 636-1133, ext. 102, direct line (424) 625-8202 or email: Jeremy@sunsetfg.com