Category: Conversation

Here’s a list of reasons why you could give up, throw the towel in, sell up and go: The threat of litigation; The burden of compliance; The meddling of Government; The squeeze by insurance companies: The scarcity of good clinicians and team members; The irritation and dilution of competition; The behaviours of your most troublesome
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Friday morning and a day in The Bunker on video calls with coaching clients – a monthly catch up between workshops that gives them a chance to ask me questions and me a chance to feel the pulse of my client base and, thus, the larger dental community. This week we also hosted a group
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We have previously agreed that new patients come to see you because: they have moved in to the area and are looking for long-term care for themselves and family; they are in pain and want out; something’s broken – it doesn’t hurt but they want it fixing because it’s an inconvenience; they are approaching a
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I’ve observed that, in a coaching meeting, there is very often a moment when a light bulb flashes in the client’s head and they suddenly get clarity on an issue that they’ve been struggling with for some time. Recent examples have been clients realising: what to do in order to hit a seemingly impossible sales
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My three weeks at home are complete and I’ll be on the 18:23 to Euston this evening in preparation for the first Extreme Business workshop of the year in London tomorrow : The Marketing Day. Manchester and Dublin workshops follow on Wednesday and Friday, so by the end of the week I will have had
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“It’s rude to stare” A lesson we were all taught as children. One I frequently found myself ignoring as I seem to have been born with an insatiable curiosity around who people are and what makes them tick. Goodness knows why – only child syndrome or something. Last night, after Sheila and I had been
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A writer — and, I believe, generally all persons — must think that whatever happens to him or her is a resource. All things have been given to us for a purpose, and an artist must feel this more intensely. All that happens to us, including our humiliations, our misfortunes, our embarrassments, all is given
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