PERCEPTION Is Unique To YOU…

The factor that impacts our decisions, actions and outcomes

April 28, 2014 | Posted in Tuesdays With Transitions | Be the first one to comment

 

Perception drives our frame of reference for almost all of the decisions, events, people, situations, etc., that we encounter every day.  The frame in which we SEE, FEEL and ACT is based on our choice of how we respond to internal and external stimuli.  1% of life is what happens to us, 99% is how we choose to respond.  Read one of my favourite stories below which shows the type of perception that fuels the spirit.    Read More Here 

Are You Living A Life Of Passion?

Show up to work with “batteries included”

 

April 21, 2014 | Posted in Tuesdays With Transitions | Be the first one to comment

Passion is the pulsating energy driven from the fire of emotion we feel in our hearts when perfect moments come together that ignite our soul and allow us to live life at “full throttle”

It gives us the freedom to be ourselves and express and share openly with others.  To be passionate means to “Pass   I    ON”

Passion causes us to laugh when we feel like crying, open our mouth and proclaim when a whisper will do, sit still when we feel like walking away, close our mouth when we want to talk, break a record when finishing will do.  It causes us to stay up all night when we want to sleep and love when we’d rather hate.

 

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Dentistry—Save a LIFE NOW!!!

UNDIAGNOSED Oral cancer is KILLING one person every HOUR in this continent EVERYDAY

April 15, 2014 | Posted in Tuesdays With Transitions | Be the first one to comment

 

ONLY Fourteen (14 %) of North American patients report knowledge or awareness of their dental office performing an Oral Cancer Screening.

Oral cancer is considered one of the most preventable of all cancers and if detected early has an 80% success rate…!

Oral cancer, detected in late stages, only has a  survival rate of 20% 5 years after diagnosis.

Facts…

•    30,000 are diagnosed with oral cancer of the oral cavity and pharynx each year

•   The average years of life lost to Oral Cancer is 16 years, which is one year more than all cancers in general

​“Proactive Or Reactive—Your Choice” – Practice Growth vs. Patient retention

Practice Growth vs. Patient retention

April 07, 2014 | Posted in Tuesdays With Transitions | Be the first one to comment

A vast majority of dental practices across North America “hyper focus” on attracting New Patients for growth, as opposed to focusing on a proactive approach to keeping all active patients attached to the practice or an organized system to address the patients who have fallen through the cracks.

The hygiene schedule drives 40% of the total production of a practice and is responsible for 80% of the restorative scheduled in the future month, for acceptance of previously diagnosed dentistry, new diagnoses and treatment plans.

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