It’s a sad statement, but not everyone enjoys the job they do!

Do you?

Learn how to stop surviving and start thriving in your career, and discover the secrets of how you can actually enjoy being a dentist

 

Date: Thursday, July 20, 2017

Name: Dr Stephen Hudson BDS, MSc, PGD Med law, PGC Dental law & Ethics

Dear Fellow Dentist

If you go onto the dental forums, or to the dental meetings, you will see that many dentists aren’t enjoying their careers right now. And they will quote you a host of reasons for this, from the economy to Mrs Snoggins and her denture from hell. But there are also dentists out there who are loving the job. They are earning the income they want to earn, treating the patients they want to treat with the staff they want to employ.

The problem with being a dentist is it can be very stressful, and some people let this stress overwhelm them. The suicide and alcohol dependency statistics prove that. But it can also be very rewarding, and very enjoyable if you go about it the right way.  The mistake most dentists make is they spend so much time trying to make a living, that they don’t take the time out to actually design a life. They just get overwhelmed by life and find themselves starting to run on a treadmill of their own making.

This is not what dentistry should be about, and that is why this book was written.  Imagine if you could pick the brains of 29 of some of the most respected dentists and dental advisers in the country. Imagine if you could sit with them and receive their advice, to learn what THEY thought it took to enjoy being a dentist. How much would you pay for the privilege?

Well, this book is the next best thing.

Messages from Dental Masters 2

So who is in it?

  • Neil Appleby
  • Roy Bennett
  • Glenys Bridges
  • Colin Campbell
  • Thomas Coates
  • Neil Cooper
  • Ian Dunn
  • Tony Gedge
  • Adam Glassford
  • Alan Kwong Hing
  • Victoria Holden
  • Nigel Jones
  • Anoop Maini
  • John Meis
  • David Monaghan
  • Mark Oborn
  • Chris Orr
  • Nilesh R Parmar
  • Matthew Perkins
  • James Prichard
  • Kevin Rose
  • Susie Sanderson OBE
  • Prem-Pal Sehmi
  • Dhru Shah
  • Seema Sharma
  • Simon Thackeray
  • Lisa Townshend
  • Michael Young
  • Monik Vasant

NOTE: Due to an error in the printing process (the error was mine) Chris Orr and Monik Vasant are NOT in the paperback version of the book. However, when you buy the book, I will arrange for you to receive their articles….. because they are both worth a read.

Each of these co-authors has taken time out of their busy lives to write a piece for this book. Because this book is for charity, the Co-authors have agreed to write their contributions for free. Whether you are at the height of your career, or deep in the depths of your darkest moments, this book can help you. 

The printed version of this book is available now.  Or you can buy it from Amazon in Kindle format for less than half that price-  Please follow the link – www.Amazon.co.uk

But some people like to hold a physical book when they read, and so a printed physical copy is now available.

The cost of the physical book is £10.00 + £2.40 P&P.


£10.00 (+ £2.40 P&P)

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