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Gift Yourself A New Way of Thinking in 2017

Being content and being driven do not have to be mutually exclusive.

| 3 weeks ago
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The Four Secrets of Highly Successful Dentists

We've found the four common attributes of uncommonly successful dentists.

| 1 month ago
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Seven Things to be Thankful for This Thanksgiving

You don't have to look far to find things for which to be thankful.

| 2 months ago
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A Life Lesson on the Importance of Learning to Delegate

Many dentists prefer to be hands-on, but here's why it's time to delegate some tasks to your dental practice team.

| 2 months ago
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The Difference Between a Client and a Patient

Here's why dentists shouldn't shy away from calling patients 'clients.'

| 2 months ago
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A Lesson in How to Encourage Team Members to Grow

Want your dental team to get better at what they do? Here's what you need to do.

| 2 months ago
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When Patients Can't Afford Dental Treatment

What are dentists to do when their patients can't afford dental treatment?

| 3 months ago
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Why It’s Wrong to Look for the ‘Right’ Dental Team Members

Great dental teams don't just happen. Here's why dentists need to nurture their team members' natural abilities.

| 3 months ago
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Is There ‘Hidden Attrition’ Happening in Your Dental Practice?

How is the patient retention in your dental office? Is your patient base the same year after year even though you continually bring in new patients?

| 3 months ago
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Asking Yourself the Right Questions about Technology

Buying new dental technology for your practice can be difficult - do you really need it? What is the return on the investment? Here are some questions...

| 3 months ago
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My Time Travel Adventure: Chalkboard Thinking in an iPad World

During a recent class reunion, Imtiaz Manji reflected on how technology often moves faster than people.

| 4 months ago
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Some Positive Thoughts after a Scary Airport Experience

When people thought a tragedy was about to occur at LAX recently, they came together instead of falling apart.

| 4 months ago