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Course: G.O.L.D Program - Hinman.org

Speaker Information

Dr. Eric Blasingame
Redding, CA
Young Dentist Practice Management

Ms. Megan Brinsfield
Alexandria, VA
"Foolish" Investing

Mr. Charles Loretto
Plano, TX
Financial Services

Mr. John McGill
Charlotte, NC
Financial Planning

G.O.L.D Program

If you’ve been in dentistry for ten years or less, or if you are currently in dental school, this program is a
must. Our renowned speakers provide clarity on the state of dentistry as a profession and as a business, give
concrete advice on how to define your objectives and establish the right path for a deeply rewarding career. Free for dental students and residents! 


Mr. John McGill
8:30 – 9:30 a.m.
Formulas for Success
How can a recent graduate achieve financial
success with all that student loan debt?
Determine whether to use funds to accelerate
debt or build savings. Hear ways to establish
retirement saving strategies, obtain necessary
insurance coverage and identify winning investment opportunities.

Ms. Megan Brinsfield
9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Introduction to Foolish Investing
In this session, attendees will review the
time-tested rules for building wealth, as
well as reveal the surprising impact emotions
have on your finances. Topics include debt
management, saving and investing, and a
framework for deciding how to allocate limited dollars to various goals.

Mr. Charles Loretto
10:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Why You Must Own in Dentistry!
This is a must hear lecture on the benefits of
ownership. Attendees will see and hear the
critical steps needed to get it right as a new
dentist. They will see the math of owning
versus working as an employee and learn
when and how to deal with dental school debt. There are more career
considerations than ever before in dentistry. Compare the options
every new dentist needs to know.

Dr. Eric Blasingame
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Overcoming the Challenges of Running
a Dental Practice as a Young Dentist
Beginning practitioners face many challenges
of managing a dental practice. How do we
overcome being the “new” guy from the
patient’s perspective and how can we modify
that perception? What do we need to do to create an experienced
image? How do we create a seamless transition even within the dental
team? These and many other topics will be discussed from a recent
graduate’s perspective.

Course: Fr500
Date/Time: 3/23/2018   8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Type: Registered
Audience: Dentists, Students
Dentist Fee: $55.00
Other Fee: $55.00
Practice Management