It is now spring and you’ve been thinking about renewal and new starts – of your life, that is!
You’ve been a practicing dentist for over 25 years and have many times thought that it was time to start thetransition out of your dental practice and try your hand at something new – whether it be a new career, travelling, playing more golf, painting, or any other interests you may have.
Transitioning out of your dental practice is not the end, it’s a beginning. It’s the beginning of that next phase that you have worked so hard to accomplish by practicing dentistry. So many dentists wait too long to take that next step and then say “I wish I would have…..”. There are, unfortunately, times when we don’t have the choice to decide when to make the move, so if you are lucky enough to be in control of that, now is the time to start planning. And it will take some planning, the transition of a dental practice does not happen overnight.
So, take the next step.
Gather your team of professionals – your financial expert, your attorney and your practice broker – start planning that transition and enjoy the new start.
What are you waiting for?