Posts Tagged ‘envisioning’

Don’t Be Surprised

Okay, this may come as a surprise. When you effectively come from a vision/goal/dream, and take action, from where you are, with what you have, you increase the probability, of your vision coming true. If you’ve been able to really hold the thought that your vision will/is happening, it will. So, why are you surprised,…

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More of This; Less of That

Turning the page of the calendar to a New Year can bring about a feeling of excited anticipation for what may come, or sometimes a feeling of dread, because we didn’t reach our expectations for what just passed. Our natural tendency is to want more.  More time, more money, more fun, and maybe more love.…

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NOW IS THE TIME

The end of the year is a busy time for you. Getting the procrastinating patients in, since they have met their deductible for the year, and they can’t put off the work any longer. You’ve got year end reports and information to get to your accountant. Family and friends are filling the last available time…

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Consistency and Getting What You Want Part 2 of 2

This is part 2 in a 2 part series, check out part 1 here.  We are  continuing, with the last installment of a 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…

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Living by Design or Circumstance?

So much in life can distract us from doing what we want. Life happens; you respond. Someone has an emergency; you accommodate. You have a choice. You could create space–in your schedule, in life. Do you know what the purpose of your work is, why are you doing it? What kind of life do you…

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Does Envisioning Really Work in Dentistry?

So none of us want to be made a fool. We don’t want to appear gullible. Sometimes, something comes along that sounds like a plausible idea, but we get scared of hoping something may work. What if it doesn’t? The thoughts I just mentioned are universal; they are not unique to dentists. As someone who…

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