Can timeless wisdom from ancient Stoicism transform your modern dental practice?
This podcast is more than just a history lesson; it’s a roadmap for integrating age-old wisdom into the heart of your dental practice, fostering a fulfilling and successful professional life.
In this episode, Dr. Dave explores the intersection of ancient philosophy and modern dentistry:
- Timeless Insights for Modern Care: Learn how integrating age-old wisdom enhances patient satisfaction and boosts referrals.
- Elevated Decision-Making: Gain insights into thoughtful treatment planning and improved patient outcomes.
- Deepening Trust with Patients: Discover powerful communication techniques rooted in philosophy to strengthen relationships and increase referrals.
Tune in now to learn how these enduring principles can significantly enrich your dental practice.
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- “From the streets of ancient Athens to the broader realms of the Roman Empire, great thinkers crafted principles that still resonate powerfully in our practices”
- “We’re really only in control of four things: attention, our intention, our emotions, and our physiology.”
- “By cultivating a calm and composed mindset, amidst various stressors that happen every day in a dental practice, you can provide reassurance and exceptional care.”
- “Wisdom helps in understanding the comprehensive needs of our patients… Justice focuses on fairness and ethical practice.”
- “Stoicism offers practical tools for thriving in today’s fast-paced world.”
Featured on the Show:
- People: Brian Earl Johnson, is an associate professor of Philosophy at Fordham University.
- People: Ryan Holiday, is one of the world’s bestselling living philosophers.
- People: Marcus Aurelius, was a Roman emperor from 161 to 180 AD and a Stoic philosopher.
- People: Lucius Aeneas Seneca, was a Stoic philosopher of Ancient Rome, a statesman, dramatist, and in one work, satirist, from the post-Augustan age of Latin literature.
- People: Epictetus, was a Greek philosopher known for his work in Stoicism.
- People: Gaius Musonius Rufus, was a Roman Stoic philosopher of the 1st century AD.
- People: Marcus Porcius Cato, better known as Cato the Younger, was an influential conservative Roman senator during the late Republic.
- Book: Meditations, Marcus Aurelius
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