Posts Tagged ‘dentists personal development’

Is Mindfulness Simply Not Multitasking?

There are words and terms being thrown around, that originally had different meanings and usage. Sometimes we do not have knowledge about words and phrases, and in order to not draw attention to our lack of knowledge, we go along with discussions, as if we know. For a period of time, I referred to mindfulness…

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Consistency and Getting What You Want Part 1 of 2

We are going to continue writing the next two blog post in a series format, so that we can give you more in depth information, yet keep the blog posts short and digestible. Also, my team will shut down for their own Holiday Celebrations, so we are being wise with our time, and still able…

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It’s Time

This time of year, our list of what we want to do, should do, and have to do; seems endless. There is another way of being and interacting with December. It takes some deliberate decisions to enjoy, yet I have faith in your ability to make it happen for yourself. As always, begin with the…

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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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(Don’t) Burn, Baby, Burn

Burnout. Read this experience from a fellow dentist: “In retrospect, I barely noticed that while I was ‘improving’ my practice, I had became distant from my family, pushed my staff harder and harder and had stopped going out. My wish was to do well and keep things moving forward, but it seemed everyone around me…

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Do This, Don’t Do This

Are you a member of the ADA? You should be. I can’t imagine being part of an industry, and not being a member of their Association. Membership has it’s benefits. http://www.ada.org/en/member-center/ Helping All Members Succeed (The mission statement for the ADA)    Core Values Commitment to Members Integrity Exellence Commitment to the Improvement of Oral Health…

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Sweating, Stumbling, & Success

It’s easy to get comfortable in our comfort zone. Colorado is dry and has no humidity, Missouri, not so much. I helped move my daughter to Missouri, she will be a graduate assistant, working on her Masters, and Assistant Golf Coach for the Mens’ and Women’s teams. Is no humidity better than humidity? NO, I’m…

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Survey SAYS . . .

If you have been practicing for at least five years, there are a few things you “know”. You have found certain things to be true for you. Well, I recently ran a survey, because I suspected, yet I wanted data to back up what I believed to “know”. Here are the results of my survey,…

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