Having achieved immediate success immediately out of middle school, Walter quickly became a top 1% clinician. From his start up right out of school to 1.5 million within two years he grew the practice to $3.2 million and excelled in a variety of clinical procedures, to include implants. Even during the housing recession of 2008 his revenues were between $2 and $3 million as the sole clinician. Then life hits! A divorce, the negative financial consequences that oftentimes ensue and a bankruptcy left Walter emotionally drained and feeling helpless. After decades invested into dentistry he was in a place where none of us ever imagine that we would land. He had lost his silver bullet and, thusly, even perhaps his will to carry-on. Searching for hope he read a copy of Transition Time. He was able to negotiate “value-added practice with 100% seller financing. He tripled the revenues within three months and went down to great levels of success. He got his silver bullet back!