In the third installment of my fortune cookie challenge I look at our ability to be flexible, adapt how we think and change our minds both in the moment during a patient procedure, or as part of our thought process based on new learning. Are you able to flip-flop or change your mind?
What's Your Role on the team? Are you more focused on completing tasks or achieving outcomes? Here's a simple team meeting exercise you can do in your practice.
My recent day trip to Burano Italy reminded me once again that letting go of expectations reduces disappointment and increases the chances of an amazing positive surprise.
Digital images are a key piece of patient communication, clinical diagnosis and documentation. Once you start routinely taking images you will need to solve the dilemma of file storage.
My recent trip to Venice was a great reminder to form my own opinions, create my own impressions and then use my experiences as well as the input of others to form my beliefs.
Have you ever had your website evaluated and graded? I take a look at what to do when a web company has graded your website and sends you a report letting you know your website has failed.
I thought it was fitting to post this after John's recent post about scheduling family time. I made a trip to Italy to visit my daughter who is studying abroad happen, even though when I first looked I thought finding the time would be impossible. I won't remember how tired I was, or how much effort it took but I will remember the phenomenal experiences we
This is the third journal post about my experience with my own broken tooth. Having a temporary crown and a slightly different bite gave me the chance to experience an important lesson about parafunction.