Posts Tagged ‘Personal development for the Dentist’

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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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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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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Who are you listening to?

There is so much information out in the world today. Pop-up ads online, social media outlets (all of them – I don’t even know how many), printed material that is unsolicited, yet mailed still the same, home page info (that’s why I really don’t have one), magazines and newspapers, TV, radio, and YES even this…

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Friends & Fun

I’m grateful for long-term friendships, and fun times shared. My hope for you is that you too, are experiencing and enjoying friends and fun. My clients say they want more time to enjoy life, and the financial means to do so also, while having confidence in their financial future. I get it. Dentists aren’t alone…

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