Posts Tagged ‘joy for the dentist’

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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How to Be a Better Listener

What do the Pope, the Dalai Lama, and Paul Sacco, PhD. all have in common? They are all great listeners. We all have it in us to be good listeners. I happen to think that most dentists are good listeners, when they are focused on their patients. I believe it carries over in other areas…

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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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I Always Laugh When . . .

Laughter is so important to our sense of wellbeing. Here at Dentistry It’s Personal we consistently encourage you to find ways to laugh. There is the Tonight Show that I can count on to make me laugh. I’m intentional about creating opportunities to laugh, and you should too. What makes you laugh? My husband (the…

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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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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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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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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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You are Far Greater Than Your Thoughts

We talk about how and what you think a lot, here at Dentistry It’s Personal. There is new research constantly coming out about how your mind works and how your thinking relates to your life. Here is some information, in just a little different way, that might actually have a greater impact.   There are…

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Follow the Swedish Example

For today, I want you to look at the following article, and see how you might apply this research, and lifestyle to yourself. We must find a way to minimize the stress we experience, or we will follow in the footsteps of others, that didn’t find a way to manage it.   There are quoted…

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