Well, being a dentist. Wise words.

Excellent editorial in the current British Dental Journal from Stephen Hancocks. Here is the final paragraph: “Whether you regard yourself as a repairer or one who needs repairing, an oxygen-mask fitter or recipient of the same it behoves us all to pay attention to our individual health and well-being, to not be ashamed of thisContinue reading “Well, being a dentist. Wise words.”

The Monday Morning Quote #564

“At some point, everything’s gonna go south on you… everything’s going to go south and you’re going to say, this is it. This is how I end. Now you can either accept that, or you can get to work. That’s all it is. You just begin. You do the math. You solve one problem… andContinue reading “The Monday Morning Quote #564”

Carl Richards’ Newsletter – Forget working hard. Try resting hard.

I read and enjoy several dozen (or more) Blogs / newsletters which I should share more often. Carl Richards is a Certified Financial Planner and creator of “The Sketch Guy” column which has appeared in the New York Times since 2010. His website is “The Behavior Gap” (sic) and here’s the Link He wrote anContinue reading “Carl Richards’ Newsletter – Forget working hard. Try resting hard.”

NASDAL report July 2019

It would appear there has been a “rebound” in NHS practice values over the quarter to 30th April 2019 after three successive quarters of reductions. Average goodwill value was 149% of gross fees, an increase from 118% in the previous quarter. A reminder that the highest point was 224% in July 2018. Alan Suggett, aContinue reading “NASDAL report July 2019”

Your Job Shouldn’t Kill You…

Excellent Blog Post from the Kolbe Connect Blog. Knowing and understanding your Kolbe A can help to cope with and understand what you do and what you should do. My clients who embrace Kolbe Wisdom get so much more from themselves and from their teams. The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially recognized burnout as a medicalContinue reading “Your Job Shouldn’t Kill You…”

What makes some people more productive?

Time management in Dentistry continues to be a massive stumbling block to success especially when “speed” and “effectiveness” are confused, one leaves you knackered at the end of the day and not earning properly, the other brings rewards that you can appreciate. We all have the same amount of minutes in an hour, hours inContinue reading “What makes some people more productive?”

Just say no….

It’s easy isn’t it? To say “No”. Really? I would love to say that having been close to and through burnout on a few occasion as both an employed dentist, a practice owner and (even) as a coach – yeah, yeah I know, I should know better – saying “no” is still one of theContinue reading “Just say no….”