Posts Tagged ‘Dental Personal Development’

Communication for a Win – Win

  We all know that communication is important. Let us look at few scenarios that may help to improve your Dental practice, your production, and maybe your overall satisfaction with life. Let’s begin with communicating with Millennials, most likely you have a few working for you, and you have them as patients. There is some…

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How is Your Oxygen Mask Fitting?

How is Your Oxygen Mask Fitting?   Most of us have had an opportunity to fly in an airplane and hear the safety announcement prior to takeoff. “In case of an emergency, place the oxygen mask on yourself, THEN, assist those around you.” How are you doing, taking care of yourself?   Here at Dentistry…

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Miscellaneous BONUS

You may have thought we were all finished with these miscellaneous posts, yet, here is another one! I know, the title is not super creative, yet I’m filled with hope that you’ve found value in the previous information. We talk about GRATITUDE  quite a bit here at Dentistry It’s Personal (DIP). It’s because that is…

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An Unusual Visit

  Please read this post in its entirety, to get the full meaning. I’m aware, it’s a bit strange. Recently I toured a historic museum, with the hope there might be some space available for the nonprofit I run, to utilize as office space. I went to the State Hospital (now known as the Colorado…

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Stress Release Plan

You have plans for your team meeting, how you want it to run. You have plans for your weekend, which activities are a must, and which are a “hope to have time for”. You have plans for how you want a procedure to go, and backup plans for “just in case”. Typically we plan most…

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Continuing Education

If you are similar to most professionals, once you finished your last exam, last board, you didn’t want to see another book or technical material for a long time. Yet, you knew that once you began practicing, you were/are required to participate  in regular continuing education. “People should think things out fresh and not just…

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Happiness Takes Action

Who doesn’t want to be happy? There may be many who aren’t happy, yet if we search and seek, you will find, that most people want to be happy. Do you know of ways to achieve happiness? Let’s look at suggested ways to achieve the state of happiness. “Action might not always bring happiness, there…

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Why Working More ≠ More Success

How much are you working? I was meeting with my financial planner, the same one my husband, the dentist, works with. We were going over numbers and figures for days (not really this is a saying my teenager uses, when something takes a long time). The financial planner indicated that most dentists that he knows…

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Observation to Conclusion

I attended a few social outings this past week. One was my husband-the-dentist’s Study Club, and the other was a College football game. I observed different individuals and came to the same conclusion. Social Media engagement – MATTERS Your patients are watching you. If you aren’t current with technology that relates to social media, how…

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I’m Blinded, I Can’t See

I was hiking a beautiful late summer morning, and the sun was on my left side, as I headed South on the trail. Every time the trail curved to my left, I was temporarily blinded by the bright early morning sun. The trail was still there, I just couldn’t see it. What is right in…

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