Dental Practice Management: 7 Proven Ways To Make Your Dental Career Successful.
Dental Practice Management
7 Proven Ways To Make Your Dental Career Successful
Dentistry as a career stream is not easy. It comes with its own sets of issues to tackle. However, for the hard work you do there is always the joy of making a handsome earning (when your practice is on a roll). However, money and success are not the only things that can make you happy. The real happiness depends on how well you can manage your busy schedule.
Here are a few resolutions we can easily keep on our busy schedule
An active lifestyle is a must. We, dentists, work in quiet settings. To keep fit and healthy, a new exercise curriculum is a must.
We are going to be the last generation of people who love reading because let’s face it; there aren’t enough good books for the new generation to read anymore.
Movies and television have taken over that void, and honestly, these can never replace books.
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#3 & 4 to increase the score good in Dentistry
#2.DO WHAT YOU LOVE:
If you are one of those who has always followed your heart, then the New Year 2017 is the year when you take it one step further, and turn your passion into your career.
I love writing, and so took up blogging. So can you.
#3.LOVE WHAT YOU DO:
If you have chosen a career path for yourself, say, dentistry, you need not confine yourself to your working hours in the clinic. You can turn your working hours into something you and your patients look forward to.
Selecting your team based on their jolliness can go a long way.
Having fun at work instead of being over serious all the time gives more value and satisfaction to your work.
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#5 & 6 to increase the Happiness Quotient in Dentistry
#5. A NEW VENTURE:
Every year, we must add something new to our existence.
An additional chair in the clinic, learning a skill, a house, traveling to places never visited before a new clinic, or a new career altogether.
Life is about challenges, and let me tell you, there’s no higher high than overcoming of a challenge in dentistry.
#6. MAKING FRIENDS WITH STRANGERS:
The more you engage with people outside your comfort zone, the better person you become.
Making friends with strangers go a long way in helping us know how others think and perceive us, and what we can do to be of service to them.
#7. GIVE BACK:
Any yeoman service for those who cannot fend for themselves gives us spiritual peace. It is an essential key to happiness. If not for them, do it for yourself.
Remeber, dentistry is just a part of your life. However, there are many other things that complete life experience. These few points that we discussed here will help you get closer to that other half that gets overshadowed in the everyday career struggle.
This article is written by Dr. Chinmoy Hazarika. He is a practicing dentist and an avid blogger.
He writes at drchinmoyhazarika.com.