22 Burst results for "Dr aarons"
"dr aarons" Discussed on Shower Epiphanies
"Their hearts breaking when. Thanks, dog, go right to see child in crisis. Because I want parents who who think that teachers have got it made right now. I would love to put them in the position now only of being in the classroom. Being in a distance learning position and just show them. You think it's easy. Bringing on, you know because you will never understand the things that people go through unless you have been in there yourself. That's true in life I. Mean You know we always look at other people and take things so much for granted. Yeah, when we put ourselves in their position, or or we are thrown into that I was a manager, one time, and the facility and I had never ever thought about the duties that manage. Been Cook. Our had to had to do to get ready for their employees and until I got thrown into that position. It just opened up my eyes, but that's what we have to do. So I? Want to cover some more things, so we don't run out of time. We're all that. Tell us about the new book lying. Check so blank check action created. A value and when? The CO author of awakening. Your stem school with me were discussing it. You know great things in great conversations happen around alcohol. We talked about what are my next steps and I told him I wanted to do like a stem to point out, and he looked up at me. Never forget his expression a said. Why in the hell are you writing another cookbook and I? Said, what are you talking about? He said do something that's going to inspire. People do something that's going to make a difference and stretch the imagination and you know back then did know what was, but a few weeks later we started talking again and we came up. With, what would it be like? If a school had a blank check and then created another conversation? You can't do a nonfiction book because there's too many laws and regulations and people would be bored by it. But what if he created a story that centers around a young adult and a burnout principal who team together on a daring education experiment that only talks about improving the facility improves the teacher poor, but it also creates by and from the community. And Twenty three versions later here we are. You know I'm so excited because the people that have read it already. They got different interpretations from, and that's what I wanted them to take away for some. You Know Day to joke with me and they say wow, this is way over my head, and I was like no, you just actually got engaged in critical thinking young adult book. And then I would ask them some questions about education, and then they give their opinion. And then they thought wow, a never really understood it until you brought out of the book like that for some they appreciated the young adult colby, going through a crisis and understanding the opioid situation and getting through that. And making sure our kids are at the table especially when it comes to important decisions. Kids should be the first and most important decision especially when it comes to education I'm sorry, but when it comes to our children, you shouldn't put a price tag one though if.
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Completed project. Is Your extractions course? You're going to be doing a lot of lecturing on your extractions course. Can you tell us a little bit about that? So the we did the the one hour motor root canal crown course hands on, and that has been. That's been great in that came out of I. Did a video and people said when you'RE GONNA? Do the hands on courses we did that. In. Of just a lot of guys that I was hearing, saying yeah, they don't do mullah root canals. Miss him down the road. It's not that hard, and it's very profitable in you know you should be working at getting skilled down as much as learning place an implant, and then the second thing I, was hearing a lot of guys in the at mercy that came ahead down the road because of this search will. Happen like okay. I've been extracting doing surgical distractions. Dominican Republic for twenty seven years, and if I can do it there with Gaza flashlights. We can certainly do it here. In my practice, we send very little out and so I wanted to create a hands on force for that also, and it's taken me a while, and actually the cove is actually kind of given me a lot of time to do that and so created the course to be very similar thing. A hands on Horse vote. We're GONNA. Try to do is rollout part of it at a weapon in Webinar. On, DSM and we're getting just take a part of that and talk about some of the more difficult parts. I think the the the reasons that people send stop down the road and ways to overcome those problems. And then hopefully down the road. When all of this goes, way will start to do that. Hands on also, and maybe can marry those two courses together in a weekend. made it so hey, you know. Emergency comes in the door. Usually it's a mole, root, canal, research, extraction, and that way you know gamma, both of those things and especially post COVID WE WANNA keep more stop in house than than send it down the road. Get good at doing both those things than it seems like it'd be a a a weekend well-spent. Awesome so more information to come or do you have somewhere for where people can sign up now? they obviously can. You're listening to this D. DS N.! You can obviously signed on it should be. Up in the DSM management's I believe is where they keep. All the women are announcements If you are a listening to the dental Khnr I'm assuming that you're gonNA put it in. The show notes where they can get in there. It's your Monday morning dentistry fan, and and are on my page. You can go ahead and it'll be there also where you can sign up and we'll give you a forty five day retrial. Retrial into DSL believe yeah, so the best way to access. This is through DSM. I, think right now at least the lecture portion, so guys go to dental success network dot com ford slash free, forty five and sign up for a free forty five day membership. By the time you are onboard at into DSL. You will be able to access this lecture which is coming down the Pike within a few weeks. Yeah we? We think it's going to be June eighteenth right now, but will see. Subject to change. Vets about when we think it's going to be. Well awesome, my good friend I know it's on the East Coast, so you are bumping up against some pretty solid. Happy Hour time that I'm taking you away from I'm pretty happy right now. I'm going to edit this and. Head on home too so I can't thank you. Enough Man It's been It's been many years of great friendship. I was so looking forward to spending some time with you at the Dr Bryce. I were really looking forward to that. It doesn't feel right that we're not. There are that we're not prepping to go right now. To get it's GonNa make it even that much more special next year, and I get to see you just in a couple months anyway, so I'm looking forward to your honey. Yup? Yup, I'm. I'm looking forward to speed in the same room again. It's been a while. We missed. We missed a lot of events from from. They are so you'd be looking to see looking forward to seeing you. All Right, man ladies and gentlemen not Dr. Aaron Nicholas, and that wraps it up for another episode of the dental podcast. Look forward to reconnecting on the next episode. Thank you so much for joining us today on the.
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"You see dentists making in practice in practice, management and ownership? I think a lot of the things that I end up. Coaching votes on is just stuff. They've not run up against before. You know it's like I. have this practice. I know I need to do this thing. Global but I don't have to go through it and make it happen. You know and so they've never. They've never looked different pieces on like well. What if we looked at doing it? at something like this or we could do something like that and then like Oh. That's a great idea and. It's a great idea, but it's not mine. It's you know one. I got from this person in tweaked a little bit and got little Mac guy. tweet did a little bit, and it's an a three or four ways of doing this thing, but I know about they don't know about any of them. All they know is that the thing needs to get done. And so we can go through and set up some framers. The other thing I see a lot is that docs tend to be all or nothing? It's like well I want to I. Want my my hygenic to be on Commission I. Don't think she'll accept that. It's like okay well. What if we Lebron salary and we add commission on top of that you? You know doesn't have to be all or nothing. We can do both Oh. Yeah, that's a great idea. I'm sure she accept that. That's much more comfortable than just going. Okay. We're not going to pay you money on your salary. We're just going to give you finish. You know so it's. It's a much harder sell to go mission, but if you have A. Hybrid model, it works a whole lot better and there's a lot of. Things of that sort will people. People will say well I wanted to be doing this will will can we easier into it? Can we give her a few of those responsibilities and move along that way or hey? I WANNA place implants but I don't know if I can do XYZ okay well. How bad if we hadn't do, the Slam Dunks I. Do the easy ones first and it's ramp from there, so take a course that will get you there. Pay For the big twenty thousand dollars. Let's pay for this one. Let's get you get you putting those in and guess what that means that you're making money on implants already embattled help pay for the next course, so we don't have to. Just you know. Drop in or drop out. Of doing things. Yeah good stuff. Okay, because most dentists have had little formal business training, many struggle to operate efficient and prof profitable dental practices, this often leads to frustration and career dissatisfaction. What advice would you give? To Dennis to feel this way. I feel your pain. Is the perfect advisor. Give us, but I mean. One of the Nice things is that there are a? There are now. Coaches. I mean. I love the SL program I. You know I work with and you and I of France but one of the things I liked the most about it is. It's very much business based. It's like hey, this is what happens in business. You know you can be a doc in have a job in that means you have to go in every day and you have to produce the demonstrates certain, or you can go in and have a business where maybe you don't have to produce every dollar in. Maybe at some point you may just be managing that that business, but those are two different things, and either one is okay. Just decide what you want. Or we can work our way through there to try to get where we want so a lot of times I think I think the frustration is 'cause. The DOC is looking at going I. Don't like this thing what they don't see a a different way. They don't see a path forward. To where they WANNA, get anything once you open the to have a path forward to some other opportunities. Maybe even that they hadn't even considered it can actually make things less stressful, less frustrating. You know you have a problem. You just keep banging your head against the wall and the problem just doesn't seem to get any better or go away. That's the most frustrating is I'm putting in lots of time and lots of effort, and I'm not making any progress, whereas if you can get a vision for what could be as some steps to get you from here to there, and you can see that you're making progress then all of a sudden, it gets better I don't know about you, but I just sit down and think about a problem. Problem in, think about think about think about I. Just get more and more frustrated, more more tight, but once I start to move than all of that starts to go away, and even if I moving in the wrong direction you that's that's not the right way to go. Let's the other way. Even that's progress. Because at least you, there's one direction isn't going to work or that. You don't want to go in that direction in take care of it that way. You know that this other doors the way to go so for me, it's like. Moving somewhere helps reduce. It helps reduce the frustration. And of course, if you're frustrated, your whole career, you're not gonNA. Have Much Bruce at fashion, so yeah. I think if you decide that you're. You're cure for having create frustration. Dissatisfaction is going to be moving. Of some sort in some way. I think you'll have a lot less of that and be a lot happier in the long run in the long run. That's great advice, man, okay, last one last, but not least to what do you attribute your success as a dentist and dental practice owner? I would say falling flat on my face to begin with. Realizing that I needed some help from the outside. And not be willing to cut corners to get where we're going. You know we talk a lot when I do that, the that we can of course. You can do it in this amount of time, but here's the deal. If you're doing in this amount of time in your cutting corners, equality's going down. You've just cheated at the game. And so I think a lot of is I've been unwilling to cheat it the game, and so because that I figured out ways or head. People help me figure out ways to solve the problem in a way that I can respect myself in the morning at bay. You know where I can be proud of what I've done. And I think because of that you can take each step along the way, and you don't have to be looking over your shoulder. Where's you're taking steps board and you're having look over your shoulder because you haven't really been on the UP. And up. You know eventually. That's the name inflow so I. Think because I feel like I'm taking care of business in the right way in ways that respects me and people around me. I think that's really a lot of what is made that happen and other people see you you know and they're like. He's a little shady. I don't. I don't WanNA deal with him. I want to be in business with him. I don't want to be associated with him. Will that takes wheel of are lot of opportunities? That may have been nice view. Have you're never gonNA get because you know who wants to be around someone that's. You have to worry about. You know what they're. GonNa do next. Now. Well, that's a wrap man. That's all the questions. Great great conversation. I love getting inside the head of smart people people that are smarter than me so I can't thank you enough for your time. Man was great. Thank you Appreciate it and we have coming up with Dr Aaron You. Have Your your most recent..
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"dr aarons" Discussed on Bad Science
"The real issue here is and this is what I have struggled with. Many many times is how can I not be part of this experiment? How can I not be on social media how it feels like? It's necessary to be on if you're not on. You're like a Weirdo. Who doesn't care about your career? Because that's how everybody finds. You knows what's going on. Why do you not want to be on? I think it's probably just an overall negative. I mean we can go into the I mean you've already beautifully outlined a few of the points why it's bad but I think it's just more than likely you're going to like damage your reputation by being online at all. Somehow I think and then also thing that's true. Okay maybe I'm wrong Also I think that any new technology any new kind of Advancement in human society has benefits as well as its drawbacks. Okay it's kind of a double edged sword and so there are many beneficial things of social media especially with the more disconnected world. It connects people. I can find people who I connect with for me. It'd be more intellectually following people and sharing with people ideas scientific papers. I might not have discovered so to me. It's a rich resource If it's used appropriately And so that's the problem. Is that finding that balance with any new technology. Immune just large-scale. Society in a sense is still a new technology. We haven't quite figured out yet. However it does make people addicted. I think or like use it in an unhealthy way. Let's say it's hard to like tight rope? Walk the Social Media Experience. Right like what you're describing sounds ideal like I would love to. Only you know for ten minutes a day. Look at my phone and see. What's the latest science news? What's the political update? Then I need perhaps and you know it. Cetera ET CETERA. It's like okay. I'm done but unfortunately that's not the experience I have it all and I'm seeing what all my friends are doing a lot of times. It's great and it does make me feel good but then at the end it's like well. I spent too much time looking at this or I could have done. I don't know and we'll do. That's a good one. What could you have done instead? I Dunno read more of that book. I'm trying to finish or On a few more jumping. Jacks okay hooked longer. I I some tile walks. Yeah I'm walks are brilliant. They're one of the best things what am saying. People don't really are. I know that is that is a tragedy. Yeah or just talk to each other face to face 'cause now everything's online so it's weird to just communicate with a person you don't know right. I think we need to as we need to find better ways to educate ourselves about how to make better choices while not throwing out the things that we also like such as social media for personally. I mean one could go to route the euro suggesting just disconnecting completely. Yeah just get an urban people. I've known who've done that. And they've been very happy and that's great and it works but at the same time if you value and think that there's good in social media use for example then and going on walks and things like that but knowing you don't do that as often yeah. I feel like there's we need a better approach to disseminating knowledge to people about an and I studied habit learning misbehavior things I study about. Changing your habits how to effect change in your life right And you're a fitness instructor. So you understand how getting people to learn to change and have adopt healthier habits can be a challenge but the rewards are great and so right if we can get better at at bringing these tools knowledge to a greater number of people make it more common knowledge maybe in schools in homes. Then I think we'd can try and have our cake and eat it too so to speak Helen. Does it take to make a new habit? There's been a number two bandied around and I don't remember off the top of my head. What is like twenty of twenty thousand hours? Not that bad for. What was some large number of hours of practice to make a new habit? Stick with some large. It was it was. It was a large number. I don't remember I might be over by off by an order of magnitude. I can't remember the number. I just know it was a lot. Yeah edit that out and now say that it takes five hours to great so but but nevertheless I don't think I think you can't say how many does it take to make something stick because every habit is going to be different like the habit of maybe I WANNA make sure. I don't misplace my keys so I'm always going to put them on this particular hook in my hallway near the door. So they're always there an and I know that's where they are when I need them. That habit my only take you know maybe a week of every day putting them there before you start realizing it and it becomes automatic or you move to a new office and the route you take to get to work from your old office and you guys just went through this. Of course you new office is not far from your old office. Still you know the the the old habit of yet in your car. You Commute here and you drive to the old office now yet. Override that with an establishing a new one and it doesn't take too long before you kind of do start doing that by habit apples after remember to to not go to the old place. Yeah so but other things like an addiction could be the kind of habit that's so ingrained with a biological substrate change in your brain that it's almost seemingly impossible to overcome like smoking press really tough to to kick that kind of addiction. Yeah so there's no one magic number for how long it takes a train a habit but it does take effort. Yeah and he usually does take A conscious decision to do that a choice. I think I'm just like anti any sort of addiction and I don't like when I when I just need something and I. I like to feel in control like no. I'm choosing to do this every single time. You Know Martin but there are certain things. Coffee is a good example because I at one point felt so addicted to coffee house having like three or four cups a day. This is probably terrible for me. I know if I get headaches and so I did. I was just like okay. No more coffee got headaches for a day or two and now I can just very simply enjoy one cup day. Maybe I'll have two cups of Coffee Cup right there. This is Just a coffee right here from the machines. Cappuccino so there is milk in this which I normally don't have but damn that machine a good catch can't avoid But the cues in your environment can direct your behavior. It's true it's true but I can't i. That's how I feel about the instagram. I mean I never got into twitter. But that's you know facebook when I used to use. It was the same as like. Why am I checking this every day and I shut that down but you know I'm still on instagram and I do check it a lot and it feels like sometimes at least like? Oh I don't even have a choice like my brain is just instantaneously going there. When I'm bored I three seconds. Yep You know. I've trained myself when I'm standing in line for example at the grocery store not to reach in my pocket C C. Everybody's doing that I like to purposely of Try and avoid doing that around and notice other people look at what's going on around me. It just makes me multiple botic than human. Feels like. It's an instinct. You just like WanNa flip it open and like I moved instagram on my phone like the actual APP and I kept going to like where the old one was. And that's your habit last week. My phone was broken and I like was so like it was completely just dead and I was like so law so like it was so sad like I'm clearly addicted to my phone. I didn't know what to do. I was on my computer trying to fix it and it was just like a sitting there and I was like. I can't sit still on my couch and go grab a book or go just like watch TV without. I'm when I watch TV. Now I am on my phone and doubling the screens terrible. I watched parasite this weekend and I'm glad I had to read the subtitles because otherwise you miss so much. Wow this is terrible and eye opening for me. This is actually. We're not recording this. Emily one and you to come out. The core exercises aren't helping with that. Shouldn't that help. You're not on your phone while you're now rising by that's why I love pilates because it's it's a great physical exercise but it's also mental exercise where it's like you're on this reformer machine where you really have to be thinking about everything you're doing and holding your core but also all these things are going on at the same time and that's really like if. I don't start my day with that. I'm in a bad mood definitely on my phone. More make bad choices the rest of the day man. I just maybe I'm like nostalgia and I'm just thinking in the glory days of my younger self but like I do. I had so much more. Why what Kinda WanNa say imagination or expression of creativity? Because I would just walk around. Songwriter and I was just walking around singing tunes to myself like walking home from school or because there was nothing to do. And so you create your own fund. Yes exactly this is very true. Actually the the this impulse to reach for social media. When you're kind of bored and is actually inhibiting our expression of creativity and openness and our daydreaming mind wandering which is so important. Yes yes I love that. Yeah that's more fun than reality most. That's what makes me me. It feels like Yep so we should all stop. How do we stop? Can we stop it? Seems like no one can stop. And as I said it just takes effort and you have to want to change. It's like the old joke. How many psychologists does it shake change a light bulb only one but the light bulbs gotTa WanNa Change? So it's really true. You have to want for yourself really wanted in order to make that happen. Yeah you're right about me blaming my Environment and blaming the circumstances that society on me. I don't be too hard on yourself. Ethan okay thanks environment also Playing a factor here. Yeah I mean that's undeniable and I feel like it is an excuse but there is validity to it to like. It does feel necessary to have these things you know especially in like just promotion wise to let people know most and still. It doesn't work a lot of the time. Repealing OH MR show. I didn't even know you had to show it'd be like well. I posted about it. It's like that's the only way that I can tell people. Why is that you know and like back in the day in south Florida had like a show and I was thirteen. I would just call my friends just each one call them. Let THEM KNOW. There's no social media aspect to it you know. It's just like face to face kind of thing like post house on social media of a sort. Oh okay so no. Phones talks on the phone anymore. I love talking on the phone itself much better. I love like I have a bunch of friends who live out of state. Call Him all the time and some of them are like now a lot of them will sit on the phone with me because I have an hour commute but I love the phone. I feel like nobody anymore more. Yeah because they can't like you're saying they can't multitask. They can't also be you know they can't read your text and look at the instagram for longer. When you're on the phone not that quick quick quick You have to pay attention. Feels like the way you're describing it more and more feels like drugs. It really does feel like there's a hit again Larry stuff not as not as damaging as drugs in the sense that certain drugs will alter almost permanently pathways of chemical balances in Parts of your brain that involved with habit learning and other and Q. Salient So you want something whenever you see it And so that stuff drugs can actually Create basically a psycho pathological state can never really fully recover from. It's really difficult to I. Don't think Internet Addiction. Cellphone addiction has that same Alteration because it's just taken advantage of your endogenous system And you can change that okay. That's a good new good to know but black mayor was showing us that everybody who a part of this death to movement. They'll died the B.'s. Got Him they all. That was our a clever twist at the end by the way. Yes yes where it's like you know we're a rallying against these bad guys but then everybody who participates in that Died well yeah I guess the point is there's like we're kind of the bad guys. And they even ewing out before the government got involved in press the button right of and of course it's the government we knew about it but the government.
"dr aarons" Discussed on Bad Science
"Centres that have social media treatment programs really. Yeah there's you know people are addicted. I think is a it. Means addicted social media. Yes they're spending however much of their day on on some sort of social media and I think I have another. Oh the average person spends one point seven two hours a day on social media. I don't know what the average person is. And what that means age wise or whatever but at the same average personnel would likely to do it. The you know the spouse was found dead in the House of course just a regular regular person of dude. Yep so I you know. I think there's just this juxtaposition happening right of like okay. We all don't have enough time in the day. Everybody says like I don't have enough time for this. I'm tired all the time you know. Whatever but then we're also spending so much time. Every day looking at the phone looking at tweets looking at instagram whatever and it's like not necessarily beneficial for the most part. I don't think people are learning a most of the time that they're on these guys. I certain unlike me when I spend my time on twitter and facebook. It's really to learn all just encyclopedias. Following no cap pictures so I mean I don't know. Do you think that that as we evolve? Will we use it less? Use It in a different way. And we're just obsessed with it now because it's like new and shiny it's it's obviously scratching and each and I think part of the reason it becomes addicting as because as you said we have were more stressed than we ever were and in a way when they've shown this actually using social media and getting likes on your posts or things like that. Yeah Actually elicits the same kind of reward system activity in your brain the dopamine response you know you get when eat a little piece of food or candy or something? Yeah you get the same kind of little pleasure. Hit in reward hit in the brain for the social media lakes or even just browsing and so. It's reinforcing yeah and so it can drive this vicious cycle of use And that helps escape. Levy eight the frustration. We might have with our job to our commutes or whatever or lack of Of Real quality social relationships right. That does sound really dangerous. I'm trying to be at least more aware of balance in my life and I feel like too much of a good thing is the easiest thing that we can do nowadays because everything is so accessible you know like back in the day just with TV. Let's say we're talking about Black Mirror it's like you would have to wait until Sunday at nine PM. You GotTa make sure you cancel your plans. You can watch that episode of Black Mirror and then you get that dopamine of like. Oh I love that show. And now it's like nope infinite shows all the time and so we don't wait anymore. We can get instant gratification. The ability to wait for something rewarding that long-term planning or The discounting things that are at a delay being able to to discount things in the immediate future meteoroid wards for a delayed reward yet. That ability involves Self Control and we used to be able to have more self control because the environment was structured in such a way that it kind of you needed to have it to get too many the rewards. He wanted right now. The rewards don't require that self control and I think that it's eroded to some degree our ability to regulate our long-term behavior. So do you think you get that reward when you have like that mom mentality online where it's like? I think this person should die. And so two five million other people like. Do you think you're getting that same kind of gratification. At like you're not alone in thinking this even though it something terrible. I think there is something today. I think it is rewarding to be part of a crowd to conform To Join in together to hate something. That's you know that's despised or or not liked you know. Then I think that moral Actually part of the moral ethic Part of us that we are actually supporting it. And that's also rewarding to to promote ethics and promote The the punishment of ethic breakers unethical behavior is part of human nature to enjoy to some degree to be rewarded And and have this drive to promote the ethical behavior and punish Unethical behavior it seems like a fake thing. Though that we are proud of you know like even if you're correct and you are demonizing somebody that's terrible. You're not doing anything right. You're just kind of show to the that again. That's because originally. This system evolved in the context of small ban. Hunter Gatherer Societies. Where you knew everybody and so if somebody was breaking an ethical code of the societal contract then that was hurting that group right and you WANNA punish people who are freeloading on a group or or are taking advantage of other people within the group. You PUNISH THEM. Because that's going to hurt the group and the group needs every person to help to survive that's why Human SOCIETIES OF WORK. So well especially in small scale. Yeah but now. It's scaled up yup to this huge mass of individuals and are evolve. Psychology have not caught up to deal with those new situations. Certainly doesn't seem like it are. We're going to take a quick break and we'll be right back. Hey Everybody Ethan here and I'm telling you about love leave it. Which is a podcast. I already listened to and love so. I'm super excited. That they are sponsoring the show. Love it or leave. It is an insanely funny wildly. Popular and critically beloved. Podcast hosted by former Obama. 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"dr aarons" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"That thing did you. Do you like that like okay. I much prefer to have a assistant. Bear helping with the procedure helping maintain the field I know a lot of guys like that especially. They don't happen assistant there the associates or sometimes they have insisted sometimes they don't sometimes they don't get the good assistant also liked the author. Gate the thing that you you put in kind of sprints the cheeks and everything like that very well also. You said a fair amount of time when we're doing surgery well hey My Gosh that was an amazing amazing. Our with just just making try. Didn't forget anything I talked about. I I think you covered everything You know you're really good at making online courses. A great marketing thing for you to do is make an online course for dental town. Because then they'll get to see you get to know you sound like speaking ill. All these people want to get out and start becoming speakers. They don't realize you can scale your brand name a thousand times faster digitally ever going to do to stay. 'cause I remember when I started lecturing and you know the first four or five years if you had one hundred people in the room you thought you're you're on fire and now now if you do a podcast and it went to less than a thousand people Just on Youtube you like you like might not have uploaded it. You know what I mean. So so Yeah I would love to have a course or if you ever want to do an article you could do an article on your on line. One Hour Root Canal. That would be a cool thing to an article and then that would drive them to your website. Sounds good yeah. I'm I'd like you to kind of quick because I know how old you are years old as me if you don't do it by Tuesday. Well they're even be another Monday to my hands on course in April until and tell us when we're talking how. How did they register for that hands? On course name. That's the endo one. Yeah Monday morning. Dentistry DOT COM. And there's a honored says hands on courses. The website just got redone. So that your your comment about the two ninety five eighteen ninety five is is pertinent for me the only other one is on the credit you say for FA Gd 'em credit and May GD credit. So that's a Typo but Love love what you're doing Really I'm a huge fan of everything you're doing and it was just on Monday morning dentistry dentistry. Mmd what was that the most famous AU- NFL deal back in the day. It was the Monday morning quarterback member that did you did. You are a big fan of the Monday morning quarterback. I didn't really see much but I remember there was there was there. Yeah but Gosh thanking so much for coming on the show today. I'm honored a podcast. You and hope to see all the message. Board to downtown Dot Com. All right sounds good. I appreciate it are all right. Have a great day buddy..
"dr aarons" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"That's your patient website right that that's my homes dental care and it'll take you there so you also have this smile protection dental plan so that was a We started in house dental plan. And I talked my My specialists into extending the same courtesy to my patients that I did. And then I was GonNa take that seat by couldn't market to businesses and somewhere along the way the guy in the insurance industry that I was talking with Kinda backed out and then I got busy doing some other things with associates and so it still my in-office dental plan and we're actually looking at maybe trying to revive that and see if we can take that somewhere. I mean I don't know about you but like I've been I've been in practice thirty years. Lots of ideas to come around united to take a swipe batum early on and they don't quite work out the way you want to you. Come back to them. I think that's going to be one of those one of those deals. Yeah so what In when we'RE LOOKING AT BUSINESS BOOKS. Who's my favorite guy For anyone in practice management is going to be Jim Collins and he started with good degrade Great by choice. How THE MY IF L. But but JIM was sort of built to last. I don't recommend that book anymore because I was written. I read that in the eighties and That's just too old in fact I'm going to take that off my list. But a on the Jim Collins says that what he just said scientifically is. He has an idea so you know faster easier. Higher quality lower cost smaller less money. Just aim at that with a BB gun and see if he hit it. And if you don't hit it then think about it and change it up and we got hit with a BB gun if you know with the BB gun then you could put some more time and money into it and load up a twenty two rifle and see if you can shoot it and hit it with a twenty two rifle and then if that works then you say. Hey It's time to get leveraged and take some savings or other people's money and build a canon ball and blasts that target But what the young do they have an idea. And they think they walk on water and they've never stuck their tongue in electric socket so they load up a canon ball and they shoot. They miss their out of money. They're out of gunpowder. They put all their medal and one ball and they're bankrupt and And and speaking of bankrupt. That's another thing young kids. Do I see it all the time I saw news kid? I had lunch with him yesterday and he doesn't even have a line of credit so he's in a financial problem. He's been practicing for twenty years. I said well what what's your. Llc Your Line of credit so when you look at the bankruptcy each year forty to sixty thousand businesses. I'm the number one causes. They they run out of cash so during a contraction. And I'm getting a little nervous because I lived through We got ice eighty. That was the worst eighty seven black Monday that I mean. We graduated from dental school. And what was our reward in October? Black Ma. Black Thursday stockmarkets shrunk a quarter. And then we did it and Y2k. We didn't Lemans but my Godwin if something falls through the floor and it's always short. It's only. It's usually only year or two Max folsom floor and something happens. You don't have to start laying off staff and selling stuff. You already established line of credit. So when times are good they loan money to anybody and give lines of credit. And then when it's bad they don't give money to anybody so you need your llc before you need it and in fact. I just had my Year in financial main this is February seventeenth So we just did ours last week and I said Why is Yellow Sea at five thousand and like well? We don't need. We don't need it but saving get it to a million. You never know I mean I mean just ask Jay Sam but you need. You need that before it happened. So we'll take smile smile protection dental plan. Do you think the homeys would like looking at that site or so? I just take it off completely. If there's not much there okay I will take that off completely but you still have more sites to come. You will know that was a smile. Production Plan Monday morning. A dental Maryland. That's your that's your office. So so what is God I can't believe that was a that was a fast hour. We talked about profitable hygiene with accelerated hygiene and I'm going to call that. Profitable ACCELERATED HYGIENE EFFICIENT EXTRACTIONS ANESTHESIA TECHNIQUES. Surgical extractions For THE GENERAL BE GP MY. Gosh what else. What else should we talk about while I have you on the show? We ended up starting a dental assistant. School that's right. That's the one I was thinking of which is so small. The Dental Assistant School of Maryland. Yeah so we we We bought one of those those programs in it put in place it took me. It took me four years. Get STATE OF MARYLAND to approve. Which is ridiculous but then we started having it again. It took years to approve it. Okay so all you all you big socialist. What what did he just say you have? This heard that's been living for fifty thousand years and one hundred billion humans have gone and before there even was the government and then when I'm lecturing and the Caribbean I'm like well. What are you doing well? I'm trying to buy that that building there to put a dental office. Well what's going on Well I mean I'm in Jamaica and it takes four to six months before the government replaced to it and then the lawyer will reply to maybe another four to six. Oh so so. You're going to build a dental office. But it's GONNA take a couple of years to open because of the government and then and then and then the same conversation that guy thinks the government's GonNa Save Them. I mean wh when do they realize that the government is the problem? It's not the solution I mean. If you're trying to get off drugs you shouldn't go move in with your dealer. I mean now so so the bottom line is on took four months for the government were years four year. I mean it's just oh my gosh but anyway so so then. So now you have the Maryland assistant the Maryland Dental assistant school. It's called M. D. A. S. Online. So is this a virtual school? It will be soon so we the way the program works as they come twice to office three hours each time for lectures and hands on and what we're finding is that they're having a tough time make it to the is so we're hoping to do is to put the last report online and then having come to the office once a week to get through that process in school so the didactic you could take anywhere is going to be on line. And then where they need to be there. The hands-on is when that's up. Well that's a nice smooth invention. How's that going so far? It's been going pretty well. The biggest problem is quite frankly. Students have trouble alien trump pain for So we've had to like make payment plans and that sort of thing. Lots of them are in life situations. That aren't really supporting. They're trying to get to do this sort of thing and then what does that mean. What for what was like. That's like they're you know they broke up with the boyfriend and they moved out and they can't support themselves and now they have to. They're trying to work a job support themselves? Go to school do the studying. They need to do in their work in a couple three jobs. Just to try to try to heart and soul together But those those kind of having trouble studying they won't set aside time to study and so they they come and take take quizzes in. They're not doing so good. And so we're we're doing a lot of life. Coaching quite frankly In the course of getting them through the school but the flip side of that is that right now in my state is really tough to find L. Assistance and I'd say the last four dental assistance. We have came out downlisting school so I'm pretty happy about that. Best Situation Okay So back so you also had another website the CBI group. I have no idea what that is. It was the. Cbi Group focused on. Dentistry will take care of the rest forty years of experience and dental planned administration. We provide discount membership plans. Was that the Groupie us to make your The the one we were talking about the the smile plan. The dental plan is completely within our office. We didn't use any group at all to do that. Can we develop it ourselves unheard that? Cdi at the CDI group. The wasn't your plans tha- Tha- that was my air so so you got the the smile production dental plan. We're GONNA take that off Monday morning. Dentistry Dental Maryland. And this is your dental. Your hygiene. School was M D. A. S. Online and And how's that? How's that working out for you so far pretty well? I mean like I said we've had some challenges along the way but you know it's we we started. We thought was the right thing to do that. As we encounter problems we've adjusted Hence trying to put the that Guy Dacic online so they only have to come in the door once a week instead of twice a week. We're hoping that will help. Get some people through and solve some problems for them if they can do it. The didactic on their own time throw convenience. I think that'd be awful so you so M Das. According to the bureau Labor Statistics should be more than seventy four thousand new openings for dental systems up to the year. Two thousand twenty two. The dental profession is currently facing a shortage of trained assistance with the trend. Icy is. They're starting to Just like Arizona. They passed that expanded Afteh so will will yours get them to after we don't have after my state but do you see after coming down the pike love to see coming down the pike. I don't I don't see it right now. You don't see it right now. They're jealous getting down systems at all. We have people call the school regularly and say anybody like a warm body anybody in class. You don't care. We just need some people. I had to convince the The Committee for the advisement of secondary education that we actually needed more dental assistance in our state because they had done a survey in two thousand and nine an estimated more assistance in the overall they. Macy said No. When I said we'll do it in two thousand nine. You're just a year past two thousand eight when the stock market fell and most guys just trying to hang onto the people they had not have to lay anybody off. But that's the survey they were going by so then I had to survey dentists in my area and literally everybody said yes except one guy and then I went through and talk to the committee said Look. If I'm off by ninety percent you guys we still are not turn out enough dental assistance in the state and we're not not enough by hundreds and so the In the in the one guy licked. Say Well I feel better to guarantee a job coming out of the school but okay and I I was livid assessing you gotta be kidding me like nearly enough assistance around here. Yeah and I'm I mean who who would want to tell someone. Their career was limited Suction sped and all that kind of stuff with dental school. How do you weigh in with the The the the saliva techniques This what's the one. What's the one you bite down on? You put it in your mouth. Yeah initially talk.
"dr aarons" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Started the media company in one thousand nine hundred four and it's now twenty twenty so that's If I only knew Algebra two years that was but in all that time the most controversial feature we ever did was by dentists name Scott Perkins. Who did an article called the fifteen minute root canal and it caused such an outrage. I had into daunted in Toronto banning me to ever speak in Toronto. You know like like whatever I mean you know and and I'm sure the same buffoon would be for Freedom of speech But just not three g doesn't like But the bottom line is a couple of my friends we thought is this guy for real and the locals that knew him said it's for also Me and Jerome Smith a bunch of guys we actually flew down there and it blew my mind because what he showed me was you take it ended on these takes at least an hour. Well he would take out the slow speed Switzer latch. He'd put in a file he'd waste all this time and then he'd go dip dip a couple times and he'd be doing that process whereas Scott had four slow speeds out and before he sat down one was already loaded with a fifteen at twenty at twenty five. It was just all systems and what I realized was it was a review of the first controversial guy. Omar read who? I'm going to his funeral at the end of this month on the last Saturday this month at eleven is the fact that I'm Omar wrote an article called the Ninety Second Crown. Prep and they tried to destroy his reputation but no one would ever listen to what he said and what he said as he sat with a timer and he sat behind other people and I watch them and the actual amount of drilling time was a minute and a half year was drill. Ranch Dry Drill rents dry lug real and oh Margaret. Will you get up from your chair? And going to the sterilization room and get that one thing that we use. Every single time we've ever done it. Ground prob since since the beginning of time and in fact. Omar really Really my my staff was very upset because I started to deal. Were if you had to get up and leave the room then I got up and left to with you but I went to the office manager and said how would you like to be getting a bypass surgery and something that's necessary during everybody pass is not in the room because you're a bunch of buffoons and they'd say well we only have one. Well we can get eight. I mean we have eight arbitrary. Southwest Airlines as hundreds of seven thirty seven Boeings. They're all identical. Every Opera Tori is identical. And then I go into I'll watch other Denison. They'll go and do a crown checking or hygiene check and say. Oh Yeah you just need a little ACLU's only take me ten minutes. Well Hey dude can you do it now? No because we'd have to switch the room and we're not set up and it's like dude. You're you're in opt right now but it doesn't have a high speed in a traitor will then get a high-speed in a church reiter then they'll say well might run over the next patient's here we'll have the hygienists go start next her next patient in another room and then the hygienist well this is my room and I can only work in this room and I have. I have a picture of my nine month. Old Newborn baby read on the wall and I can you know it's like my God. It just logistics logistics. And that's what you are. You're an operations and logistics guy. That's live it's interesting. All those guys you talked about. That's my journey. I started with L. Marie and I looked at stop with proper Data Houston tickets course and went through through all of that then. I looked at developing on by stop in making templates that go on the The deliveries so that they don't have to remember what goes on. Just look down there. You see a boxing has words in it. That's what's missing. Just go get that. And then we We put together cards for our procedures have locked little bits and pieces so we have endo carts we actually have to the dock one for the assistant and so once you get finished doing the NBA dish. Restock clamped a cart. You Park it in in the car. Parking lot the next time. We'll two things in you drop down the template. Yoke on the cassette. You pull a few things out for disposables you're good to go Are Set at times like seven minutes so that you get somebody comes in. They have a toothache. Need the root canal. You GotTa Twenty thirty or forty or fifty minute window. You're not wasting time trying to get the room set up. You can get the room set. Quality FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS ARE GETTING MADE. And then you can get to work but the. I have the same frustrations you deal with you know. It's we do this procedure. Every time we need to say every time and then it has to be calling for it on the radio or go to go get it. It's like come on. I mean how many times a month to be doing. This thing are tired of walking down the hallway when one of the biggest threats on dental town. And I wish you would make a post on that it's called has anybody analyze profitability of procedures with PPO participations like eight pages long. And I've seen my homeys think like this. Since Day. One they think the longer they spend the higher the quality and all the research from Regina hurt slinger actually opposite. Let's take oral surgery. An oral surgeon could pull your wisdom teeth. How long do you think should you intake to pull? The average force had four wisdom teeth. I'd say thirty minutes mass. Yeah and what would the General Dennis Time be? Yeah so a better quality look. Let's go into a retreat on a Max Lowery Second MOWER. How long were the average in it? On a stake visits an hour and a half each visit okay. That was a bad example. Just a standard initial root canal on a on an on a second molar and a half. And how long was the General? Dennis take to three usually two visits you social so. Regina slinger called at the facts focused factory in the first literature. She found out. Was that when it came to APEC to me? I mean it's a straight incision you remove the appendix. No no no. I'm sorry. It was a hernia. Sorry but another deal. Straight incision tucked in Dustin back and makes them such as the doctors. Who had it under eight minutes. They had no failures and no second visit emergencies. By the time you were sixteen minutes. It was like a ten percent failure rate. And she's like. Wow these are all old. I mean across section of doctors of all ages and schools in the bottom line is if you know what you're doing you do it fast. If you know what equipment technology you need it sitting there so so much so when you are taking a PPO when when when when when you get you charge a thousand dollars for a crown. It's cash only up to patient and then you walk back to your private office. Sip Some coffee for ten minutes. And then you walk back in there and you proud up and then you say well. I'm going to delegate I'm a businessman then you have the assistant Pakhtakor then you leave for another fifteen minutes and and then the whole thing is up take an hour and a half but when you actually sit down and numb them up with. Septa can set a timer for four minutes while that's soaking in you take the shade You fill out the lab script And then at four minutes Dan. You packed zero cord then packed a one chord. Then you pull out a fifty seven burr. Take out your contacts. Take out the old restoration. You prep the ground you get it all done and then right there you make the temporary because with the assistant you can make temporary in three or four minutes but when you make the temporary you can check. Can I see the march on the temporary? We'll have seen on temporary. How the hell are you GonNa see an impression? And then what about your clues Uil you know? When you get a reduction coping back from the lab. That means you took the impression before you made the temporary. So don't ever do that again. So you make the temporary drew temporary. You're like I don't have enough reduction. So then you do your plunger costs for more reduction and you make the second temporary. It's all fine and then you take the impression and or scan or whatever and you're done in half an hour but the Dennis across the street says Oh that guy over there you know he'll eat. He only scheduled forty five minutes for a crown. He's a hack. I take an hour and a half to do a crown because I'm quality. Now you're not quality dude. You're you're frigging slow and nobody wants a slow dentist. So so what? What mindset of all the Dennis on our two million dentists on earth would percent of them believe in their heart. The longer time they spend in the slower they go the higher. The quality will be the dentist about somebody. Does something bass the very next thing? What's quality like yeah? He's only half number. What's qualified like in the truth of the matter is even like extracting teeth? You know you're going to go in there and take a tooth out you after route dumb will you can sit in their tug on that too for an hour everything. All dried out finally removed the balance. You need to remove. Get everything finished up. That patient's going to be paying me when come morning okay. But if you went in there with L. after bound you take the bone out real quick you take the the the roots out and they close everything up. That patient generally isn't a lot of pain because you haven't been spilling around for an hour hour and a half and making everything get worse absolutely absolutely but I wish you would make a post on that thread because I think that Necessity also Aaron. Will you post on this thread because I think I think that It's it's obvious that it's all operations logistics whereas the most people think that it's all about having Some great idea. They always say oh. I wish I would have thought of. That will help. Look at McDonald's do there on the intersection of first and main. They have a drive through for sixty percent of customers. They sell a hamburger frantic coke. I see the lot across the street bankrupt gas station. Why don't you go by that and compete with? Mcdonald's wished I thought of that will. It's just all operations. Logistics is not the idea. It's a logistics. I even see that I have you on on where Dennis will get an idea. And they'll spend the first two years and all their seed capital getting patents and patents and patent lawyers and protections. And while they're doing all that some other guy will go make a prototype. Solitu- his buddy across the street and have three iterations of this and then as selves to alternate before the other guy gets his patent attorney back execution is king. You know if you're if you've got an idea great there because by executing the first version you actually learn more make a second version better I started teaching the hands on courses Crowning had it all figured out. I went through the first part of the hands. On course I realized that everybody was doing their access openings wrong and like I told him I showed on my show the pictures and so I just call everybody back I said. Hey guys won't let me see what I'm talking about but I said this day and then I did it myself. And all of a sudden everybody's doing great access openings. Now they have nice straight line access into the root canal system and lakes. Getting better for you know that happened to be over and over and over. 'cause I learned what I was saying while it was very clear to me wasn't clear to them because they're running through the filter of what they usually do. And so you have to go through and break the old habits to get into new habits are GonNa serve you better well. Let's make this a selfish narcissistic interview just for my own world. I'm out this is what I when I was when I was talking to. I WanNa ask you an age old question that I'm confused at So when we were back in dental school remember..
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"I I hadn't seen patients for over a year guys. It's crazy and then just managing traveling a lot for ds. I and managing are at the time ten practices now down to seven but but now I'm back at the chair and there's a whole I mean it's it's fun. It's fun to get back and do something that you feel like you're good at. It's nice to see like the finished product at the end of these these larger cases so for all of you guys that are fantasizing about leaving clinical dentistry. there's something to do it. There's a once you get really good at it. There's something that you're GonNa miss about it when you leave so speaking from experience that that left for a year and and now I'm back at least pastime working three days a week right now. It's it's don't take it for granted because you will miss the actual tactile nature feature of putting your hands on patients and and fixing things but Aaron. Let's talk about really quick. Since this is the dental podcast. Let's talk about a little bit of practice management stuff stuff so like I said you have seen highs and lows and ups and downs of practice ownership and right now you. It's funny because you you see a lot right when people get into their third decade of dental practice you see them start to slow down and you see the practice plateau and then eventually decrease reese while yours is actually peaking right now. It's never been more productive and profitable in the history of practice ownership for you. So what do you attribute that to. And how can you help people kind of see the grander vision that in three decades they can actually continue to develop year after a year after year so one of the things that I've well up until now up until recently I've sort of been pulling the car by myself and recently I brought brought and associated and I was pulling the car to the tune of I was doing about two hundred and fifty to two hundred seventy five exams per month as a four day week doctrine and we all know that there's a law of diminishing returns we like to say about a hundred and thirty to one hundred and forty five exams per per month and you were almost doubling that which is crazy to yeah yeah which is which is crazy so I brought the associated and to keep him busy. I threw every new patient at him mm-hmm and every exam where the patient will allow him to examine them rather than be so that reduces my number of exams a lot and what happened then all of a sudden. I started having conversations with patients. It's about the overall dental health and do we need to look at Ortho for you. Are you interested in the streets and things up. Are you interested in closing some of these spaces up. This is how we could do so so these conversations became longer and my my exam conversations became longer and patients started accepting more complex treatment and more complete treatment they were frequently so even though I'm I'm throwing as much exam and stuff at him as I as I possibly can. My production is still pretty much the same think and plus now the practice is getting his production which helps lower the overhead and you know makes everything much more profitable but for me. That's why that has has has started to happen so now. I met a spot where I'm going okay. All this stuff is working out great and my next my next big thing is probably going to be not probably is going to be to bring heavy sedation into the practice. I tried to oral sedation. It didn't really work really great for me. I do a little bit with Valium for patients that are particularly anxious but that whole the population that has just scared to death you know we're not tapped into that at all yes so you know it's funny. Strange coincidences that are ah great mutual friend. Dr Travis Kindle who's one of our black belt coaches and he is like the number one like flagwaver of IV sedation because it totally changed his his career and he's he's very very talented surgeon for one but everything that he does complex surgery. He's sedating the patients and he just texted me this morning. which is what white which is why? I think that's interesting because I have to call him as soon as we're off the phone but yeah that's that's a that seemed like the next natural progression for you. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa Kinda. Gloss over a great point that you made and that is that you know you're doing two hundred and forty two hundred seventy exams per month and it's different for every practice guys but there is a level at which you will see the case acceptance since big into plateau and then drop after a certain number of exams and like I said that that threshold is different for every practice case chase acceptance will drop the amount of of I guess what would we call it errand. The devalues devalue per exam starts to go down significantly after a certain point and it's just because of what you alluded to that is that you don't have enough time to find the the stuff for one because you're rushing through if you have four minutes to do an exam versus fifteen minutes to do an exam. It's a whole different experience for you and the patient you you don't have time to explain the treatment even if you are diagnosing correctly and you don't have that that that ability to build trust and to make your case to dude patient because you're just flying through these exams and you have to go produce and it is at that point where you have to bring somebody else on bright. Yeah you know the thing is like two years ago. We decided we were going to track and I figured Oh we're like in the seventies and eighties and we were like in the mid fifties okay had no idea so we institute some different things we brought our case acceptance up to end up as high as the nineties of we're running ninety ninety one ninety two but the other it's going on is that the number of dollars presented was not very high so yeah. I can get ninety-one ninety-two doing single crowns and fillings and things like that but but larger work there just wasn't time to be able to do that so then once once we brought in an associate then all of a sudden I had more time so now. The cases are getting bigger. You you know plus. He's presenting this stuff so that's why my numbers are the same and then he's also producing right alongside me which helps with the overall you know pushing the over down I WanNa say to that. I actually was at a a hard and soft tissue grafting course Travis over the spring spring of this year and it was really funny because absolutely everybody he talked to that did I've fished go hair and he does. I've sedation shared not much younger than me like okay. I'll make it up taking take I mean I can't even tell you how many of our you know our mastermind group has gone on to get certified an IV stationed just because of Travis and then those people now are the zealots and I swear our whole mastermind is going to be by sedate sedation certified here before long and I would also say that all the guys I know who are single a single practitioners who are pushing their overhead numbers around fifty percent and below all of those guys do IV sedation yeah. I mean it it. There is a correlation to that. I believe like the guys you know. They're the Colorado Mafia that that they're Kinda averaging between forty two shoe and forty eight percent overhead for these practices these aren't strictly bread and butter type practices these are advanced surgical practices and all of them do IV sedation so there. There's something definitely to that. It's not for everybody but you know if you are a gun like a lot of the people that we know Erin and like yourself. It's definitely something something to consider. I would say yeah I would. I would say absolutely something to consider It's funny because if you if you talked to Travis he's he'll tell you you know so that he doesn't feel it's very dangerous isn't the right word risky. Maybe a better word at all right. It's like look giving the medication. This is the highest and medication to ever going to be in from. It's all getting better. it's all it's all reducing and if you talk to him it sounds it sounds very very doable and not not. GonNa rishion not you know you have to be on the on the Harry bleeding edge of whatever that it's very predictable and and it works very well so I'm I'm getting signed up here a real soon to take a course and and hopefully we'll see how it's interesting too because the way that he explains it to me is that you can titrate and you can an sedate to the level of your comfort right so you can stay in a really safe range and and never go beyond on that right and then there's guys that are obviously you know just like anything else. There's guys that that that push the limits of of what is what we would consider safe within you know an outpatient a patient or a general practice setting but you can you can stay as is conservatives as you want to with the with the sedation anyway I feel like I'm getting into an area that I don't know much about but but I am definitely interested myself in converting some of our offices to kind of IV sedation advanced surgical because that seems to be what pushes these things to a like a profitability level that you just don't see regular general practices right right yeah no I I agree. I mean plus if they're gonNA get sedated. They're willing to do a lot more of whatever works. Even if you're not a a super surgical guy you know a patient that scared to death in just needs to come in and get all the other fillings crowns and over done you know they're they're willing to sit down and just knocked the whole thing out at one time which is way more profitable than coming in for a series of appointments. It's with lots of wasted time setting up and tearing them down in that sort of thing totally totally man well. Hey Man we got about three more minutes left two. Why don't you talk to us about your next endo course where it is. I know that we didn't expect us but you release the other one in it filled up almost immediately so remember the beginning where like. Oh Gosh. I hope anybody shows up for these things now like you announce them and they sell out like very very quickly because is there the class sizes are what fifteen yeah becau because we. WanNa keep it very intimate and very hands on it's fifteen fifteen so then the next one is in through an Indie in Indianapolis in September on the twenty seventh which is a Friday and that when and filled up and got oversold so fast that we looked at putting a second day right behind it and recently opened that up and that's full. We're pushing halfway full. Oh Lordy and that's the twenty eight th over. We're GONNA do it Friday and they were gonNA turn around and do it on Saturday. and we still have some room in in that that second course so typically the way the course runs is the first part of the day the four hours is the didactic part and we'll talk about all the research about what does it really take to have successful into. What does the research say. Hey about levels of magnification that you need the proper operation technique and the proper instrumentation and you.
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"It's pretty straightforward. Yeah we were talking in the pre chat about me being back at the chair temporarily but probably semi permanently imminently because I have a new associate coming on and she's going to need a little bit of mentor ship so I see myself in the clinical role for at least another solid year but I'm looking at my schedule right now. I'm sitting. I'm actually doing a podcast rarely happens but I'm doing a podcast with my white lab coat on and my loops around my neck that doesn't happen very often but I'm looking at my schedule right now. I have have seat thirteen surgical extractions before noon today so I totally believe in what you're talking about. It's my zen place like I love doing extractions more than anything else I mean I'll place implants and stuff and that that gets the the numbers that elevates numbers very very quickly and it's very satisfying and once you're once you're comfortable with Exa Donncha that you know driving a screw into somebody's head is not that big of a deal but I just love surgical extractions. Love it yeah it's it's a little it's a little perverse but me too for sure to tell us about your course man. I U it's funny because we run in the same circles and we have a lot of the same friends in the same influences in the same resources you are you have to teaching facilities is primarily that you teach out of one are Scottsdale. DSM facility and the other is our Indianapolis Dsm facility obviously because you live in Baltimore Maryland logistically logistically. It's a lot simpler for you to get to Indianapolis than it is for you to get all the way to all the way to Scottsdale. Although you've done it in both places so tell us about like how well how the the the the educational series breaks down and I'll tell you you know it's. It's quite simple for somebody. That's still does endo myself off the things that's not me still even though seventeen years into this is you know finding canals like those calcified canals that are difficult to find mm even though in the X. Ray looks like you could drive a mack truck down the the canals sometimes just locating those canals without getting disoriented and potentially perfect is is is challenging and then the other is when you get stuck you know and you're forced to have the discipline not to push harder and separate that file when you get frustrated and you can't seem to pass beyond a certain portion of the Canal where you either ledge or you know there's build up there and you can't get through so so. I'm assuming and I'm leading you here because I've taken your course before but that's a big part of what you talk about right you you you hit on those kind kind of the two big issues that everybody has either. It's I can't find all the canals concerned about that or it's you know I can't quite get to the end you know I getting part of it opened up and then I can't quite finish it out and then I have to send it out to the ended on burned up how much time I burned up and ever much patient. Goodwill burned up and hand. I'm frustrated and pretty soon you to stop doing it only takes like two or three times for that to happen right like either two separated files or or two times when you're eighty percent done and you have to to to. Pont and sent to the center of the specialist those that happens those four occasions and like early in your career and then you are never doing muller who can offer their secreary seen it a million times right or per yes he just feel so terrible that yeah exactly you know and we're we all are wanting to do what's best for our patients and you know we we do have businesses look after also but you know given the choice of the two most of us will punt and look after patient before look after ourselves so I understand that but at the same time the techniques that it takes to get to either either a find all the canals and if you have a CBC t shirt that helps if you're someone that likes having an operating microscope sure that helps all the all the technology helps but you can can still do a really great job with just a set of loops and light and you can and their their technique so that you can find all those canals and you you know there are some studies to know about not just the incidence of canals but where they tend to be you know how to go looking for those things you know we we we need a decision tree treat to be able to go through the process because about the decision tree we just sort of wander around and that's burns up a ton of time so we try to to work on on those decision trees and then and same thing for hey you know like a party down the canal and I got stuck most of the Times a dentist gets stuck getting down canal. It's their own fault and they've done something thing that has caused a blockage or plug in the canal and then it's a matter of how do I how do I get my my How I find my way out of this you know or they allege or they or they fracture file or you know those things but all of those things are rectifiable by a general dentist with standard equipment. You don't have to have all the the super fancy equipment I had I can't remember which talk it was. The very first course we got to the end of the day and I was like okay questions. I haven't answered things you'd like to say and I forget who it was but he said you know I feel like every time I go to an end of course they tell me about five more things. I need to buy feel like I've come to your course and what they what you've told me as I can. Throw away some stuff. Here's Guy Gift to end of the you'll never separate file again. If you buy this three thousand dollar machine it's true we know that machines now to like eighty or ninety thousand dollars and all of a sudden irrigate but no you'll never separate file again yeah so. I'm I'm you know it can be done. You don't need all the fancy stuff and the other thing too. Is You know now. We're looking at minimally invasive into okay so you know like what's up with that. You know how how much benefit if it are we getting and the one of the things you have to remember is that Endo's been like wildly successful for decades. You know like success rates in the the nineties. You know independent study. You'RE GONNA look at for decades so we're we're chasing less than ten percent is really what we're chasing and maybe we're chasing be able to take care of some couldn't we couldn't taken care of before but and it's been very successful with with the understanding to be had and the understanding has only gotten better so all the fancy equipment it's nice and all of it works to some degree and it's just a matter of it you. You don't WanNa have to own everything. You don't want to take an hour to set up a room to you do an endo because you've got to pull it in so much equipment to be able to do this thing you know you can you can set the room up quickly. You can do the endo efficiently and keep moving through the process us and it's interesting because everybody calls this course at the end of course what it really is is the one hour mobile crown court so I always prep for the crown crown the very same day the day that I do the Endo and I actually start with the crown prep and so it actually takes less time to do the endo if you start with a crown prep so and that's what the of course teaches but the thing that most people remember about it because it's the part of the process. It's the problem solving for them. Because everybody can PREPA crown you know and everybody can do pretty efficiently and pretty quickly but it's the it's the end of part that everybody gets blocked out onto. That's where they think so. It's the end of course you need to do that but it's it's that whole the whole ball of wax. I will say and this is like a and I'm going to stop talking about Eno here in a second because I know people that aren't doing endo aren't interested in joining us out right now but I will say that. There's a couple really great reasons to do that. Crown Prep I first of all when you when you when you decrease the ACLU height it's easier here to find the canals I have found that's one thing right of so you're eliminating a lot of a lot of the the obstacles to division when you're when you're decreasing the height that's one thing and I don't WanNa take words out of your mouth and I don't want to assume that you're agreeing with me Erin but that's in my opinion I have found that if you take down the inclusion it's easier easier to find the canals. That's one thing and the other thing is if you do have to pont and you get halfway through the Endo and you've already prepped the crown. At least you have production for the crown that you can bill out that day and then you can send the temporizing tooth to the ended honest and they're happy to finish it from that point on on so you don't have a completely like a total loss on that two hour time slot that you put in there or in your case. Erin Ninety minutes including a breakdown breakdown in setup right so I agree one hundred percent with with both of those you have to keep an eye on your on your time. You know so that you're you're staying within your parents and then for your patient. It's still just two visits in your office so when they when they come back from the ended honest you just repair the access opening and then you go ahead and deliver the crown you you know until it's still too visits and that works out nicely the other thing that I've noticed recently that when you prepare the CR- the crown I and you do the actual reduction and then you're having in trouble finding a canal. You have direct line. You can see more clearly because you've removed that height of contour exactly where the roots are sitting so when you're looking gene for something that's in the distal buckle route and you can see the bulge of where the route is your whole lot better idea. About how far this'll you ought to be while you're looking for that or for those those kinds of things because there's there's cues that you pick up on that aren't inside the access opening. They're actually on the outside of the to help you out but usually you have to be in practice practice a little while before you realize that. Oh things actually going to help me out you know I can actually pick up other information from outside the tooth which is also I never seal the tooth up with war Horsfield into this to the to seal the rubber dam until I found all canals because I want to be able to see where they are and that gives me much better feel for where I'm going to be finding the the canal that I'm looking for stuff good stuff okay so we're gonNA free you guys of anymore. Endo Talk sorry sorry for dorking out out there said to tell us about just in the last ten minutes that we have because you and I are both seeing patients today. This is actually kind of cool..
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Welcome to the podcast Dr the Air Nicklaus. How you doing buddy doing good. Don't get how you doing mark. I'm doing really well then. How is how is the Baltimore Maryland area treating you right now. The Baltimore Maryland Area Finally Got Cooler which is treating way better because it was wicked hot here over the summer so I'm I'm very happy about at that but we're settling in on what looks like it's going to be a decent September. in the practice I know a lot of folks. It's a it's a tough month in for US last year. We actually had a really good September so I'm interested to see how this plays out but so far shaping pretty good yeah you know I would say for. Maybe three years in a row we we were. We fell into that suck timber that everybody talks about kind of vortex but this year we're having a great it's September in all of my practices so I'm just GonNa Knock on wood here. 'cause we're early into the month but seems like it's going well so far. I don't know what it is about September. I think it has something to do with breath summer ending people trying to get back to work and school and and the last thing in the world they WanNa do is is you know Miss School or work this time of year. I don't know I don't know about what about you yeah. I think I've answered the whole August into September transition because the you know August they're they're. We're doing the last of their vacations and then as you go into September. They're trying to get the kids setting get their routine set and all that sort of thing so it's I actually started taking a week off in in August for that very reason because it's like I can sit around twiddle my thumbs behalf busy and you know frustrated or I can just go on vacation so I I chose to go on vacation and that worked out pretty well. that's a fun time. You guys what did you where'd you go. Where do we go this time. Oh oh it was only a month ago dude. Oh my gosh I know man. Oh you know we did is we took our vacation and we went to the Tony Robbins business mastery seminar. That's how we spent our vacation which was in Las Vegas not one of my favorite cities but that's okay okay so it was it was an interesting experience and I did get some something out of it. my my wife actually starting a business and she really wanted to go to it so I was like sure I'll go along so I've been reading stuff on Youtube for years and so it was interesting to kind of be there in person. Nice Nice and you bumped into cure ident death. was there as well attending. I did yeah yeah we we bumped into her and she was in addition to going to the summer. They have you for me. They put you in teams and have you form a business and her business one as it turned out did you did you participate in that portion. I did not participate in that portion of the business mastery from the previous year I did it. Was it was interesting. I wasn't like a driving factor but I was like okay. You're all okay. I'll participate in. I'll do what I can but I'm not gonNa Headman this thing so yeah but it was it was good. It was good. I mean it's not that I thought I was too good at four it or I didn't. WanNa like absorb the whole process but you know I was there as kind of a business capacity and not to drop names or anything but Josh Robbins. Tony Son took me out to dinner that first night and I was like okay my guess. I'm not GonNa do the the after hours team activities and then after I missed the first first day. It was like we had a bunch of business. Meetings lined up at you know at six or seven every night and those go till like eleven or twelve at night. It's nutty. It's it's crazy the amount of energy that people bring yeah yeah it's it's it is there's a long days. they really are the contents good. I like the other speakers. They bring in but yeah it's it's. It's a marathon for sure yeah. Tony Robbins is a machine. He's a machine but it was funny though because I've been to I don't know more than a handful of his events in a now as he's getting a little bit older they actually literally play video of him speaking at other events to a live audience so you're watching video on the screen of him talking not the actual. Tony Robbins for a portion of the seminar seminar which I thought was kind of funny yeah yeah I I was. I was noticing that he was saying he's having some health challenges with stuff right now and so I I assume that that's why they were playing it but it just may be I mean how many seminars does the guy do a year and how many years you've been doing it. You know it's it's got. It's gotTa wear on you. After a while. We realize uh-huh yeah we do what for a year and I am. I am like literally down for the count for three days after one of mine and he just doesn't back to back back to back to back and he's been doing it for what forty thirty years it's crazy yeah yeah something like that so the other thing. I realized about him. He is six months younger than me so I'm just like dude you doing alright for being almost sixty. 'cause I just turned sixty this year the big six hours this year uh-huh yeah. Was this year relations. Did you hear the youngest six year old. I know including Tony. You you. You got stuff going on all all over the place so let's talk about that and not so subtle segue into what's happening in your life so I mean you plugged away for thirty years at the chair and watched your startup practice kind of blossom into this really vibrant awesome top point zero five percent dental practice in a not so friendly area. I mean you're you're relatively saturated in the area that you chose to working and you're a fee for service practice so you are a unicorn in many different ways and now kind of I don't want to say later later in your career but in you know in not the beginning part of your career or even middle part of your career you decided to go into lecturing and teaching being clinical courses you're teaching some business courses with us and you've been on stage with US multiple times and watching been one of our very first first black belt coach at the Dental Success Institute a so you've kind of blazed the trail for are now eleven blackbelt coaches but now you're teaching clinical courses. This is really fascinating stuff. You founded Monday morning dentistry which is a series of online videos and clinical courses online but now you're doing a hands on endo course so tell us about that yeah so we you know you have to be in practice a certain amount of time to sort of get your get your footing and and then having been in practice for this is the thirty first year you know you see some trends come and go and see the new hot thing that everybody has to do and it's gotta be this way and it goes it goes the way of everything else you know and and what you're left with the stuff that really matters and so you can take some of that stuff and and put put it together for folks you can actually accelerate their learning and accelerate their learning curve so much because you you hear so much both from dentists and dental practitioners but also so all the guys that are trying to sell you stuff all the marketers and all the equipment companies guys selling. You end up supplies all that stuff coming at you. You know it's like well. You know what is what is the guy got to do to figure out how to. Mason end old. Every sick guy got to do to to learn how to do some end up it is is. I mean of all. Would you agree Erin of all like kind of the advanced bread and butter techniques. It seems like Endo is the least least taught I mean there. There are some trail blazers out there that that that teach the stuff but it doesn't seem like I mean there's there's you can swing a dead cat had hit an implant instructor or crown and bridge or aesthetics or even. Tm Jay and inclusion is a lot easier to get your hands on as far as advanced training than an than Endo Endo is something and you say this all the time that we can utilize in our practice in any bread and butter practice every single day to drive revenue and keep people your house and not to have to send that out so if you can become comfortable with this particular procedure. It's it's a career changer and it was for you. I know Oh yeah I mean and some of that was just the fact that I was. I was a scratched start up in a in a very saturated area. I'm halfway between Washington and Baltimore and so I needed to keep that stuff in house and and the thing that you're alluding to that I've said a hundred times if you're young doc the two things that you really need to learn how to do is Endo Endo and preferably more endo because if you have a patient comes in emergency they're either going to need the canal and that usually is a molar or they're going to need to search for extraction so if you're if you're young doc and you can master those two skills then you're going to keep a whole lot of folks in house and in the process of doing it you can treat people right make sure they have minimal pain than they're gonNA. Come back and go okay it. Was it was awful. I'm afraid Dennis but this wasn't so bad. You know let we come back and see if we can get a game plan. Go in and figure out what I need to do next and that those two skills have probably built my practice more than anything else that I've done and just the fact of how you treat people and I mean I. I regularly have patient stand up with me. Look at the X. Rays and I explained to him exactly what's going on in Layman's terms so they don't have to trust me me. I don't ever want to have to trust me. I wanted to be able to see what's going on and then you know I try to treat them as much as possible. As as an equal I try to be more their guide. you know then the the high and mighty professor kind of thing and then that way. It's Kinda like look we can. Let's do this. Let's take care of you. Let's get you squared away. We'll make sure that you have you know nothing. Nothing no pain while we're doing it and minimal discomfort afterwards and then let's let's get you moving on the right pass. You know to go through all this stuff again. Yeah for sure for sure so what's the other. What's the other clinical procedure. You said there's too yep there so Landau searchable extractions bone totally totally agree so yeah you know if you're if you're young and you're looking at that too and it's completely bombed out and and the only way you know how to do an extraction is to grabbed the white thing that's sticking both the gum and pull on it. That doesn't really helpful Dave Win. When it's decay down to the to the bone you know how to get back to you know you can take pretty much anything out you know and and thirds? I I consider like I don't do a lot of impact at thirds or any actually um consider those like a completely different animal but a surgical extraction second movie the Second Molar Pretty Much anybody field learn fairly simply and it's just it's not there are no mysteries there..
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
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"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"But is there is there a link to sign up for the for the course, or do you have to go to the demo success network page? You should go to the Dow success network page. I'm going to try to get a link up there or you can always shoot me an Email from the website to that's fine too. Awesome. All of those. Yeah. I guess we also should mention that cure is having a, of course, the next day. Yes. On the sixteenth. Yes. I'll have her on the podcast as well. Tickles to talk about that. I'll be there as well. Case acceptance. Event. Great great event of you guys all know care, but she she brings the goods, she has great great material. And you know, the case acceptance of next day that the the case acceptance day will be worth staying an extra day in in Indianapolis, actually, we've we've had her out to the practice to help us out a little bit. And you know, it was really funny because the last time I was just thinking myself, you know, what does she teach already know for really long time. She came in and as usual things were much. She just caught stuff that I'm not seeing any second pair is total stuff. You know? She is a coach for my girl. I mean, I do this for a living. I'm a dental performance. Coach, right. Yeah. Yeah. I've been doing that for like six months now. No. But but she will go into my office. It's the same exact thing she'll go into all my offices, and she will spot things that even the trained eye doesn't pick up on because she has an objective view. And she doesn't see it every single day. And yes, she's got great tips that we can we can all learn about case acceptance everybody can learn a little bit of of. To be a little bit more effective in case acceptance and treatment, planning diagnosis and all that stuff. So it's going to be a great event, and as yours, so I'm looking forward to a buddy I will be there in in Chile, Indianapolis, Indiana in February who thought of that give you ever think about this for me..
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"This course, why don't you? Give us a details for it at our Indianapolis campus, citing. Yeah, I think it's going to be one of the first if not the first course, so I'm gonna have definitely the I they may have a light practice management course, where marketing course, there before. But this is definitely the first clinical course. Cool. Yeah. So the course is going to be on February the fifteenth, which is a Friday and the it's going to be at that facility. We're going to the way Sylvia, set up. It's like lecture up top in a huge clinic in the bottom. So we're going to start up up top. And we're going to be having that that. I lecture. We're gonna show everything and talk to everything. And this is how we're gonna do it. We're gonna have lunch, and then we're gonna start doing and on extracted teeth, and we're gonna work through all of those in look at the different issues and the problems that come up, and they will and then kind of go from there one of the things I'm actually going to demo one one of the big mistakes made on the last course was I didn't demo one. I so I said, oh, just do this assuming that everybody was thinking the same thing that I was thinking when I said that and then as I went through. Okay, let's call everybody together. Limit. Let me show you what I'm talking about. When I say this, which was a definitely a big learning a Hoffer me. So I'm probably going to demo one. I and just a, but people see this is kind of what it looks like. And then have everybody start and then walk around and and see where people get stuck in kind of work. Our way through my goal is for people to have done. Five of these before they leave at the end of the day, you know that they've crown prep. They've done the the the Endo most people from the last course really weren't interested in op trading and then doing the build up in today liners out how to enlarge the canals yet stop trae Shen is is for most people not the area that they worry about getting a good a good solid post up. X-rays not what people are worried about. They're worried about making sure that they don't separate a file and gets a half millimeter before the in an officiant timeframe. I think anybody could this is this Utol me this years ago when I was hesitating with with with getting back into Mola root canal. You're like just think of it as four anterior Sinden canal tea or single route TV, but there's something that's not quite that way. Right. There's something about locating the canals and making sure that that that you're not you're not pushing all that debris to to the apex. And. And when you're doing number nine number six, you're not worried about things like that. Because the easy access and all those things but working through your. Your workflow. I think is very very helpful. And getting that many reps during a lives at raining, really really different from other trainings to. When you're working on six or nine, let's face it. You know, once you found the canal, it's like, the file all but falls to the. When you're working on a molar. You actually have to file you actually have to go through the process and enlarge. It was with the others. Just sort of have to kind of refined it a little bit. And you're in your good to go. But that's the big difference. You know, and yes, molars calcified. They do in the in the space get smaller, and you know, that sort of thing. But those those cast vacations are usually toward the the pulp chamber or and or along the whole length of the canal, and so you just have to learn how to deal with that. And make sure that you're not in that, you know, that stuff out the top end and not letting it fall to the bottom and make problems for you. Okay. So one more time what is the the date of February fifteenth? Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana. We will have more details in the show notes. As far as how you sign up. Do. You have a website of my personal website is Monday morning dentistry dot com, you.
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Of our faculty members you own the room in in in the dental success network. So tell us about this event that you have coming up. It's the second one you didn't want to thousand eighteen as well. And you sold that one out pretty quickly that was that was a really really fun event. I mean that was Superfund, but tell us about tell us about your hands on Endo course. So the courses the one hour motor root canal built and crown course, it's based on the video by the same name that we've been selling for a while. I wanted to create something where you could come in. And learn the the rationale behind it. And what the research said about it. It really kind of bugged me that a lot of Dr like, well, you know, I don't have this piece of equipment in this piece of equipment in this piece of all of which were very expensive microscope CBC tease, those sorts of things. And so I don't do baller Endo because I feel like I shouldn't do it. And I know that the that the the research says something differently. There are certain things that those pieces of are essential for but just to do a straight up, you know, Rubino Bill crown not really so wanna talk about that. I wanna talk about the research by what should you be irrigating with? You know, is there is there a file system that works better than another more efficiently and more effectively. Yeah, exactly, the, you know, guys, like, hey, you know, I don't do them. Because I can't find the canals. That's real pain the rear, and I ended up breaking files, and then I have to send them out or the two has to go. And and you know, that's just embarrassing. It's poor patient management. And I just feel like I should send it off to the. List? So I've been doing molar Indo since dental school which was more than thirty years ago at this point. And there were no rotary file systems when I started and I've been doing Melinda the whole time where their teeth back then the question, well, you know, one big tooth, and then later we evolved now. So so I've been doing these things I've worked alive these kinks out things have just gotten better and better and easier and easier and yelling, this state abreast with all of this new technology and these systems, absolutely. And and in this day and age, there's there's no reason for General Dennis not to be doing their own bowler canals now for so. And then so I wanted to create the core. So, you know, the first half didactic, we go through we talk about what the research says everybody has I have this feeling about this thing. And I think like this and I heard. What what does the research say? Let's talk about that. Then let's talk about you know, I've become much more efficient about going through that whole process, and for me it's actually easier to do the crown with the root canal than it is to do it by itself. Okay. Can you talk through just really quick like a two minute version of what you teach and what the steps are the actual clinical steps. Okay. Because I've taken the course I've watched videos, right? So I know it, and I take it for granted. This is how I do it. But just really quick what do you suggests the order to to get this done in such short period of time. Okay. So the first thing is put on the stupid rubber dam in isolate the whole quadrant. Don't just isolate the single to that just creates its own problems in the hope you show these pictures of of your rubber dam placement on all the time. That's interesting. That's not how I do it. But that's that's it seems like it'd be much quicker and much easier for workflow right to see everything. And there there's a there's that whole thing about perspective. You have the perspective of where? You are where the teeth lineup that helps for.
"dr aarons" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Maryland nNcholas dental care blackbelt coach extraordinaire, the Monday morning dentists. What else I got one of my closest friends in the world? Are you doing today, buddy? All that stuff doing good. Good. Good. Good to be back in Prescott. Yeah. As usual. You got in late last night, you stayed at my guest house, and we stayed up too late. Yeah. That seems to be a thing. I it doesn't matter when you fly into Phoenix teams. I can't get up here till like ten thirty eleven o'clock at night and then get catch up. That's two hours. Did you? Yes. To Winston it. Yes. We started seven so worked from seven until two to the airport on the plane, five hours and change nonstop out to Phoenix. Do you get tired of that flight 'cause you come out here? Many times a year. It's getting old is a usually have have downloaded movies or TV shows that I wanna watch. So I have that on a hard drive that I can plug into my computer, and I was hoping to do some work on a new a new class that I was trying to put together, but I left all my notes on my paper notes at home. So not getting any work done as far as that goes. I just watched movies watch movies that the airline provided. No watch movies. That are nice. Nice. Okay. So gosh, there's a million things to talk about you've been on the podcast half dozen times. Maybe it doesn't times who knows lunch that we're on like episode four eighty something. Now, I think you're probably like number six or seven there's been many. We've we've podcast it for many different locales, including the Dominican Republic you and I both signed up for that trip. Again, this year super super fun. I have to think you one hundred percent for that for inviting me on that. Which is a trip that is very sought after. And there's like waiting lists and stuff, and I didn't even know that it was this. Yeah. I didn't even know that it was such a big deal to be included in that. So until I was there, and I was like, oh, Aaron kinda did me a solid. I really really appreciate you. Yeah. You'll let me squeeze it on that me and Bryce, but we talked about that United talked about that in about charitable dentistry. A number of times always said if I could go I really would love to go. And so it was always kind of in the back of my mind in a little bit of a spot opened up. And it's like, you know, if you wanna go to today's the day the day. Yeah. So we have a we have an event coming up this weekend are leap practice mastermind. And that's kind of how you and I met at first, you know, this was what two thousand twelve she hasn't twelve your. You're just client, right? We met we met at an implant course. And you're my first group of masters that we had that was seven years ago. There's eleven of us I think, including me. Yeah. It was small. I mean, I remember meeting in hotel. Rooms with like, a small U-shaped kind of deal and everybody could see everybody and talk back and forth. And now it's gotten much much larger. Yeah. From nine people to about one hundred fifty which it sounds like it sounds like, you know, kind of small group. But when we put us all in a room together with you know, partners and office managers and front office leads and back office leads we feel we stuff a room a regular hotel conference room now, which is what we have. We we have a hundred people that'll be there this weekend. And it's funny when you think back to two thousand twelve when literally it was like, you know, nine of us writing in a room for two days right now, there's a hundred people it's kind of surreal in hot cheese were very different back then because there there is no time limit. We just go on. A three hour hotseat. Sometimes it got that way. And now, it's like, okay, there's a time limit, and you could absolutely get everything done you need to get done within the time. Limit. It's just a matter to the old work expands to fill the time. Allotted you get twenty minutes twenty minutes. I'll do it. Do you have Parkinson's law? Yes. Parkinson's law zero Northcote Parkinson, dude. Where did that come from? Where did you pull that out? It's actually in my talk for my course..
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"dr aarons" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This whole Dr Aaron Rodgers has been under center offensive coordinator. Joe Philbin told me before the game. That's so big that opens things up for what we can do authencity because if he was a little bit more hurt or a little bit less mobile. He'd be dropped back. So it's a good sign there. He is wearing that thinner lighter knee brace. And that's such good news. Because all week the talk wise if he'd have to wear that bulky big one that looks like a lineman. So so this is good news. And we see he's been successful. So far third down in eighteen ball. Push back to the Green Bay forty eight six in the San Francisco secondary shotgun snap to Roger short pass across the middle. Aping unconscious made by the forty five between the hash marks in east drilled and the ball is free. And there's a fumble. And it's by green based Jimmy Graham and retrieved by San Francisco at San Francisco's forty two. This is always an interesting call they're going to call him down because forward progress was stopped. He's running and he got. His forward progress. Stop prior to walk. I don't know. We thought on a replay. It's going to be closed. It's such a tough one because he's running and you stick him and you start to push him back. Then before you even goes to the ground the ball gets popped out. I know that he got stopped because he he got hit. But if you don't go to the ground, I believe you have to continue to call that alive ball because all he did get pushed back which understand forward progress. He's not going any farther. But we gotta finish the play. The defense comes in. Does a nice job and knocking that ball out Aaron Rodgers and company or get another shot while he was falling forward. But they say he was stopped. Green Bay does not fumbled fourth and four. Rogers in the shotgun from the thirty seven yard line. And we have a timeout taken by Green Bay. I. Want to go back to.