I’m sitting at my computer on a beautiful day, writing my winter message, and Billy Joel’s song, “Keeping the Faith” started playing. It started me thinking of the past and the future and how sometimes, it seems easier to stay “lost in let’s remember” than move forward and face an often scary unknown. One of […]
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The practice of endodontics has evolved dramatically over the course of the last few decades. Many practitioners consider endodontics to be at its golden age. Technology and materials have been at the forefront of these positive changes. When I reflect back on 30+ years of practice, there are a few of these technological changes that
Drs. Joel C. Small and Edwin McDonald discuss perfectionism versus consistent improvement Professional athletes train to perfect their skills throughout their lifetime, and yet few of them can attain perfection. Olympic gymnasts, for example, spend hours upon hours in training to perfect their skills yet rarely achieve a perfect 10 score. Ty Cobb, a renowned
Recently, I saw a movie called “The Sound of Freedom,” the story of Tim Ballard, a federal agent who quits his job with the Department of Homeland Security to start his own independent team to rescue child trafficking victims. One of the movie’s executive producers is Tony Robbins. Tony has been a mentor and inspiration
It was exactly 3 years ago, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, when I wrote the introduction letter in the Summer 2020 issue. Back then, I used “From Evolution to Revolution (while remaining a clinician)” as the title. Today, this title is still applicable, particularly for anyone who is setting up a new practice
Drs. Joel C. Small and Edwin McDonald show that leadership takes time and effort When we observe someone performing at mastery level, they often appear to perform effortlessly, yet their performances belie the effort necessary to achieve mastery. Michael Jordan, for example, was not born as the greatest basketball player of all time. In fact,