There is so much to learn about clinical dentistry, the psychology of human behavior, practice management, systems, and team development that it's almost impossible to think what else is really important in our dental practices. Last week I was reminded of something that is imperative for every office...training and being prepared for a medical emergency.
Sheri Kay RDH
Even though we are all influenced all day every day with overwhelming amounts of incoming data though media,social networking, and podcasts (just to name a few), for me there is nothing more satisfying than curling up with a pile of books and reading the day away. Whether I'm reading a new book for the first time, or re-reading an old favorite for the 10th
One of the biggest challenges with patients, team members, and probably in life, boils down to how we communicate with each other. What do you think it could be like if each one of us made a commitment to significantly raise our level of intention to BE IN the conversation?? It sounds so simple, and yet most days we may struggle with truly hearing and
To be fair, life's a lot like yoga, and yoga is a lot like life! I'm sure you can relate to the idea that some moments feel pretty balanced, and other moments even the smallest shift can send us falling on our noses. Some days are super predictable, and on others it's one surprise after the next with no idea what is coming next. The one that can always be a