Promotional podcast graphic featuring Dr. Dave Maloley, host of the "Relentless Dentist" podcast, titled "The Only 4 Things You Can Control as a Dentist". Dr. Maloley is shown smiling in a casual portrait, wearing a navy blue sweater, seated with hands clasped, set against a backdrop with a microphone and the podcast's logo.Are you wasting time and energy trying to control the uncontrollable?

Join Dr. Dave as he reveals a powerful framework to help you cut through the chaos and achieve peak performance both professionally and personally.

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • The 4 Key Elements for Controllability: Transform yourself with purpose, presence, positivity, and performance.
  • Actionable Insights: Practical tips to implement these principles today, reducing overwhelm and increasing clarity.
  • Comprehensive Confidence Building: Lead with assurance, inspire trust, and enrich your personal relationships.


Ready to transform your leadership, dental practice, and life? Tune in now to discover how these four elements can help you become the confident leader your team, patients, and loved ones deserve.

Are you ready to upgrade your practice? Need help implementing the Dentists Ascend Method? Don’t miss Dr. Dave’s presentation: ‘How to Build a Referral-Centric, High-Profit Dental Practice Without the Team Drama — Even if You’re Currently Overwhelmed.‘ This resource is tailored to help you enhance your operations, boost patient referrals, and increase profits while creating a self-managing team. Perfect for any dental practice owner looking to win in today’s challenging environment. Check it out now!

Key Quotes:

  • “By honing in on four key elements—purpose, presence, positivity, and performance—you can unlock a powerful transformation personally and professionally.”
  • “Presence is really all about mindfulness…and your ability to tune out distractions in a very distracted world.”
  • “A positive mindset can transform how you approach daily tasks and interact with your team and patients… leading to increased motivation and collaboration.”
  • “In our world, the world of dentistry, it’s all about combining your physical well-being with purposeful actions.”
  • “When we take care of our bodies and plan our actions thoughtfully, we set ourselves up for success in every area of our lives.”
  • “Try incorporating centering breath into your routine. Take a few minutes to breathe deeply and refocus before your huddle, before you see the next patient before you have a difficult conversation with a team member.”

Featured on the Show:

  • People: Winston Churchill, a British statesman, orator, and Nobel Prize-winning author, best known for his leadership as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War II.
  • People: Robert Emmons, a leading researcher in positive psychology, Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Davis, and author of influential books on gratitude and its impact on happiness and well-being.
  • People: Michael McCullough, a professor of psychology at the University of Miami, is known for his research on gratitude, forgiveness, and their positive effects on social and emotional well-being.
  • Publication: Frontiers in Psychology Journal, a leading open-access scientific journal publishing peer-reviewed research across various fields of psychology.
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