Posts Tagged ‘dentist personal development’

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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The Benefits of Letting Go of Your Fear

Fear can take on the look of reason. “It is unrealistic to think that by working less you can make more money.” “If you don’t train adequately, you’ll injure yourself, and never be able to finish a marathon.” Looking up the definition, fear as a noun is; an unpleasant belief that . . . as…

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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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Why Would I Want to Attend That?

I asked my husband the dentist, if he would attend a “Spiritual Retreat” in Montana. His response was, “Why would I want to attend that?” I replied, “Because I do.” Now, this is not a blog post about marriage. It’s about thought provoking. (I know that’s not really a complete sentence.) I wanted to attend…

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10 Habits of Wealthy Successful People

As a dentist you know how to fill a cavity and perform a root canal. Do you have the following skills that wealthy and successful people have?   Listen to audiobooks during your commute. 63% of Millionaires do this. Wake up before the sun comes up. 44% of multimillionaires wake at least 3 hours before…

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Ultimate Dentists

There is an option besides going it alone? You’re a solo practitioner. Maybe you work with others or for someone. Most times, it feels like you are in your practice alone. You sure don’t want to appear weak, or unknowing. I get that. It’s the same for me. That’s why I have mentors, and enjoy…

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Summer Success

Have you ever noticed the excuses people use? It’s the Holidays, our schedule is busy, I’ll get the work done after the first of the year. May is a busy month. Summer time, the kids have a lot of activities, we have relatives visiting, I’m not sure when our vacation is. We can make excuses…

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Are You Listening to Your Inner Voice?

We all have an Inner voice. You may call it by different names. Intuition Holy Spirit Gut Feeling Inner knowing Whatever you call it, are you listening? Like when you are interviewing a potential new hire. Or When you look at a film/picture/xray? And you have a feeling . . . You develop this by listening,…

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The Surprising #1 Key to Success

Your definition of success is no doubt different than mine. It’s most likely different than those of your classmates from Dental School. It may even be different than your spouse or partner. If I were to tell you what has been found to be the most significant factor in success, would you be willing to…

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