“If you win the rat race, you’re still a rat.” Anna Quindlen
In the podcast interview this week I talk to Harry Singh about investing in property.
“Dance first. Think later….It’s the natural order.” Samuel Beckett
NASDAL benchmarking stats show private practices in recovery Report from Alan Suggett, head of UNW Dental Business Unit: email@example.com For the first time in eight years, the profit level of the average private practice is almost the same as the average NHS practice, based on the latest benchmarking statistics from NASDAL. The average net profitContinue reading “NASDAL benchmarking stats show private practices in recovery”
Birmingham Airport. Thirty years ago having watched the St Patrick’s Day parade in San Francisco I flew with TWA to Hawaii. This was the third stop on a round the world journey that had already taken in California and would move on to Australia, Singapore, Malaysia & Thailand. I arrived in Honolulu airport at 3amContinue reading “30 years on – another birthday, another airport”
“Being Irish, he had an abiding sense of tragedy, which sustained him through temporary periods of joy.” Happy St Patrick’s Day William Butler Yeats
From The Dentistry Show – well done to Jem Patel and team for managing to make us all look so good.
For the history of TGBSL series take a look here. Beer leftover hops could help fight dental diseases. From Business Standard – link to full article here. Researchers have reported that the part of hops that isn’t used for making beer contains healthful antioxidants and could be used to battle cavities and gum disease. InContinue reading “The Greatest Breakthrough Since Lunchtime #19”
I realise that it has come and gone by just over a week but I thought I would keep my powder dry on my thoughts on the Dentistry Show for a while. Having made the gradual transition from delegate to provider (if that word hasn’t been devalued by the 2006 NHS contract) I see thingsContinue reading “The Dentistry Show”
“The world is a dynamic mess of jiggling things, if you look at it right.” Richard Feynman Such a joy to watch