17 Burst results for "Gordon Christian"
"gordon christian" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"I'll get 700 downloads maybe a little more in a day. But what's really funny is that you'll still have 3700 downloads that day. And so the overwhelming number of downloads were older shows. Like, and you look at it and you've got this crazy long tail. You've got shows from 2015 that are being downloaded 5 or 6 times a day, and you're like, really? So nothing succeeds like success. With podcasts, the right, starting a podcast now is such a different animal than it was when you and I did it. No one knew at the time, but starting in 2014 was a good move for us on some level. It was. There was no one else there, you know? How would you feel if how would you feel if you know that most iPhone users have podcasts on auto download? So I don't know how I feel about the fact that most of my downloads may or may not have been listened to. And they haven't bothered to unsubscribe to my podcast. Don't do it, people. Don't do it. That is true. That is true. That is something that I have to remind myself. I don't mention that to sponsor so. Yeah, I also have typically don't mention it at all. But yet here we are in front of all of you. 1395 is my episode number today, 1395. Yeah, I stopped numbering, but I think we're at 5 or 600, something like that. Of course, and I'm back to about three a week. You still do 5 a week, I think, don't you? I do 5, 6, 5, 6. Did you do some Saturdays? Wow. Okay. We do Saturday every other week. We do, I do three ish, three ish. For the sponsors, I promise them to awake. So I don't want to get out over my skis here. When you do three, that's nice. Yeah, exactly. Well, I can over promise. And try not to under deliver, but I will over promise be like, hey, listen, you get at least two and sometimes three, right? That's the story. I love it. I love it. But yeah, and we have Zach and Kevin too. So that's like they're every week. They're Tuesday every week. So I've kind of cut back since Jason and I split. I've kind of cut back on content, but what's happens is not every episode gets listened to by everyone. And if you have a good title, they know whether they want to listen to it or not. That's sort of the thing. There might be some stuff that just doesn't if you're talking about endodontics and this person doesn't do Endo. That's not a great episode for them. Exactly. I try not to, I mean, I try not to get too specific in my titles, but just like you said, the a whole factor is going to be a great title. I feel like I feel like the more sex you can put in the title that you're going to download. Exactly. Well, and yes, that's exactly what everyone does. Aaron's been on the podcast and they always talk about that. I mean, I do all the stuff myself titling is hard because you don't want it to be obnoxious. I actually do kind of want it to be obnoxious. But I want it to draw them, but I don't want them to feel anything, they got ripped off because I didn't deliver anywhere near the title. So I try and keep the titles to draw them in. This is all this is all behind the behind the scenes on podcasting. But I tried at one point to collect data on titles, like I would make lousy titles versus I don't think it makes that much difference. I think that I think it's iPhone users haven't unsubscribed yet. That's what it is, I think. You know, you and I have talked about this before too. So I think the title is more important than the actual guest as well. You know, I've had big name guests like Robert McNeil to do that shot bin Laden and Robert kiyosaki and Ryan holiday and astronauts and professional football players. And they get no more downloads total. Really? Really? And Alan Meade, who probably would get more. Because I feel like the people that we get that are kind of in the podcast sphere of things. Yeah, because people have already. Yeah, they've been interviewed to death and they give the same answers and I try to make them I try to ask different questions, but I think people are just kind of desensitized to people that they hear from a lot. Yeah, I think that's fair. I will say this, Frank speer gets a lot of downloads. I didn't have to make a title. I just put Frank spear again and that gets a lot downloaded. There are some names that dentists are going to be drawn to. Like if you got Gordon Christensen, that's probably going to be pretty good episode. I got Gordon and I said, that's exactly what I did. I said, doctor Gordon Christian, so I think that was the title. So you don't actually have to say anything. We just appreciate your name. That's sort of the story. One of the sweetest guys in dentistry. He is, he is. He's a busy fella. I will say that. We got rela early on. That was crazy. And she was amazing. That was me, too. She might be a better interview. I love well. I wouldn't say that to his face, but I might say to her face. My biggest regret is rella was amazing, but I didn't have the technology down yet. So her sound quality wasn't that great, but it was a really good interview. That was early on I was probably in the first year we did it too. Wow. So early. It was. I kind of can't believe that we got her, actually. And okay, before we go, I wonder, this is a tough question. I didn't give you an advance. I'm trying to think of it myself. Who was your biggest sleeper guest? Who was someone who you brought on not having much expectation.
"gordon christian" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"With are we counting John wall? No. He's just not going to he's not going to he's not playing. So it'd be Eric or to count the Eric Gordon. Yes. Okay, Eric Gordon, Christian with their best player. Yeah, so that's two. Eric Gordon. Christian wood Daniel tyes is still there, is there? Daniel Tyson's there. Yeah, so that's three. Four. Okay. I think I think Jalen's better than Daniel house. Are we sure that he contributes more to winning? Control, this is, I think that's a different question. Yeah. It's a different question at the moment, but like Jalen's better. But definitely better basketball. Yeah, but like well, yeah, I know, but like even like better NBA basketball on the whole. But contributing to winning not yet, probably. But again, Daniel, Daniel house is not affecting my feeling on this at all. I'm with you. They're going to trade everybody and they're going to be awful. Christian wood's going to be the only one left. Of their main guys. But wait, why don't they? Why don't they trade Christian wood? I think it depends on what they can get for them. I don't. I think maybe you try to showcase him a little bit more. Right. So wouldn't you showcase him for these first three months of the season and then moving? You could be right. I just. Yeah. Maybe see if Charlotte comes calling. Right. Right. By the way, Charlotte should. If Charlotte doesn't have Christian word or miles Turner by the end of the trade deadline, they have failed. They need a center. Yeah. Like just go get it center. Desperately. Just and like both of those guys fit your timeline. Yeah. Go get one of them. But like if you're if you're the rockets, I don't understand why Christian would, Eric Gordon, Daniel houser on this roster long term. Because here's the important for sure. Like Christian wood, I think he has a team option. For next year, so not this coming year the year after. He'll be on expiring next year. This is the year to move him. He might actually just have like a full guarantee. It looks like. It looks like these full guarantee. But like this is the year to move in. I'm like, nobody's going to be real excited about Christian wood on expiring, whereas I think a lot of teams will be like, hey, we get two years of wood, like let's do it. And yes, I said that the way I said it purposefully. That's right. Yeah, no, I mean, this is under. I don't think we need to talk about it anymore. Yeah. No, this is a no. We're arguing about whether Christian would get traded at the deadline. This is a low point. Yeah. This is a mental pod. This is an under. This is a, there's a lot going on this under. I would say. Mortgage. I don't know. How many how many bedrooms how many bathrooms? You know, we have two extra bedrooms in this house. So it may be two or three. You go in three bed two and a half bath here. Big, big, big bets. We this is not a one bed one bath. No, this is not. It's at least three and two and a half..
"gordon christian" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Simmons green eric gordon christian would and then fill in the blank jason taylor however that's like a pretty fun like playing like how good is that team. Had they gone in that direction. I think you hit it on the head. They'd probably attempt to see fighting for the eleventh seed. Because at this point in era gordon's career. You know not just production wise but just staying on. The floor is obvious that it's been pretty tough for him. The last few seasons. And you know as much as i like christian would and all these other guys. They're probably with all of these young cats. They're probably not going to be very could. But ben simmons has proven to be a quality regular season guy like he makes you team very good in the regular season so yeah probably on that fringe ten eleven but definitely not firmly entrenched in the playoff picture at all. Because again gordon injury away a christian would injury away from being just pure lottery drek you know so i don't i don't i don't think that they did. They would have up their chances of not vying for good ping pong balls by that much. Just having been simmons on this team. I think it bodes well though that even the teams that are going to be at the bottom of our ranking here the rockets included are going to be cool teams to watch like. There's a lot of interesting young players where things are getting. Probably a little more. Dispiriting is just above that teams with stars. Who are languishing on bad. Teams teams can't quite crack the plane bracket but this like thirty to twenty seven range that we have working here. You know the rockets at the head of that line. i'm. I'm really curious to watch them to see what they look like well. I'm glad you said that because the next team on our list is definitely going to challenge that premise. And that is number twenty nine the oklahoma city thunder who are interesting I'm not sure. I could really name half of this roster. They're definitely going to be starters who i'll be. Honest probably didn't watch more than five minutes of last year. Aerobic takes anyone. Please jump in here. Jeremiah robinson earl. Don't know that guy is like. I also seems like poku. Plus josh giddy is like the start of a really low rated cw comedy. Here's my question for the thunder rob because you seem so high on these on these lower rated teams Is this a tank job than the process. Well first of all. I mean just to reveal the depths of depravity. I rem- i remember during last season texting our our guy j kyle man asking if he had any isaiah roby takes. 'cause i was kinda starting to get a little bullish on robie i even hit the limits of how invested kyle can be in a fringe. Nba prospect. We've from wall. I mean look i. I just like the mobility i like. I like the ford masquerading as the center. Type speaks to me as to your actual question. It really depends on how long this goes on because the would distinguish the process was not that they lost a lot. Once is that they lost a lot for a long time and they left a void in the process in terms of the messaging that was then filled by perl clutching and concern. Trolling outright disgust. And all this stuff like the thunder just getting started with this stuff so we'll have to see what their next two and three years look like but is what happened in philly or even what's happening here in. Okay see that much more offensive or that much worse than what's down like minnesota or sacramento over the last couple of decades..
"gordon christian" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"That bee gees. Do you think they ever made you think cerrone actually made a kidney card. That would be interesting. It had been on it. There was definitely no bit on that card or sure. Well guys. this isn't advice show. It's a shitty one so we're gonna do a half of a shitty advice show and then a half of a clinical hacks and we're going to melt them all together into some frankenstein thing and we'll sail goes when he raises peanut butter cup. Maybe it will mutate into a virus that will take over the world. I would love that. That i've i've not had enough of that so far in march so that would be the so. We answer your questions that they're going to like that. That's that's exactly what. I was just thinking today as like man. Ds world this year's going to be pretty lame because they are not selling any serik issue this year and no prime mills are going to go. Go out and no worth office. Cbt's it's going to be a lean one carrot top might be your entertainment at ds world this year along with the j. gyles band on vein states. It's gonna be it's gonna be a wolf of a program this year. We answer questions you find in all those neat little dental facebook groups. We answer questions from right. It we start till denison dilantin members their own unique brand advice so police need your questions. They are the craze. We create way. You can submit your questions to working in her for instance that you melt dot com now. We don't want just any question. Do we guys fuck no. We don't want a bunch of boring questions like what's the best crossover episode because we all know that facts of life mixed with the cosby show where bill cosby mickey's and all of those girls. From the facts of life's drink is the greatest cross ever did not want the questions gordon christians. So we're going to do one right it question tonight and then we will do some clinical hack stuff so this is from the separate of dentistry. Reddit user. I am lost in pali. Land asks impact of adult pacifies on teeth. Hello lovely dentist. I have a question for you about using a pacifier as an adult. As part of a lifestyle. I recently started using these adult pacifier. Fires to soothe myself and occasionally fall asleep. What kind of impact and wear and tear. Should i expect to see on my teeth. You guys ever heard of adult pacify. Here's what is this lifestyle. That's what i want to well. I think we're going to get into that. And just this okay. I've never had a patient use pacify or an adult pacifier. Sort of that is. That is a good point. I haven't that aware at my desk. When i'm stressful so that me or when it's when i'm stressed so i've had it in basically for the last two and a half weeks so that's been that's been a tough one You guys ever had an adult who had a pacifier habit not that they told me about something usually advertise i. I do have adult thumb sucker. Who admitted demographics male female. She's a female. And she probably in her mid thirties approaching interesting and so she had dasa between nine and ten or something like that. And it's like hey you wanna do some design. I know this patient actually very well. She's family member of a friend. Good friend of mine. And i said hey you wanna do something. There's a line on that we can close that space. Make it look good. And she's like. I'd love to do that but i still sucked my thumb and i tried to control my shock so we talked about that a little but it is comforting to her and she does it in his sleep. And there's no you can't fight that so knowing this line for her bite lawyer does she have it open by kevin. She has a soci- must put her right thumb or less. You put your right thumb in you take your out. She must put her left thumb in. Because it's on the left side between nine and ten so there is a little bit of an open bite on that side but the rest of reclusion is pretty. Good as far as i can remember. There's just it's created space there. That is never going to close. That's crazy. i'm looking at the amazon page. Because she linked these pacify years and there is a wide swath of adult sized pacify fires on amazon. I mean i'm talking at least two or three pages worth so again. They like those. Knock knock ones the pallet yet. They act. I don't know if i could. I don't know if i could tell you the difference like spot from across room like oh. That's enough pacifier. I know my pets affiars ribs for her pleasure. You guys that have kids. Maybe you guys could do mac zach. You guys have been at least in that race in the past decade. So i tell you i could. I could spot a nook from from across the room. Yes if i. If i had to yes now that. That's such a dark. tom with age. Have black was dr time. Yes yeah speaking of they do. Have this really cool matt. Black matte finish black adult pacifier. So if he's very fashionable oilers a woman with a knocked like that would you say hey. Look at the knock on her. I think you might get slapped on that one adult size pacifier. It hasn't lights on them. No so that's you know. I think. I think zach had that right that this is a rave thing. Have you guys ever actually been to a rave at all at anytime. I'm too old. I have you see you see a raver so john. Gosh austin you've you've been to one. So i've been to like a frat party that was billed as a rape but i don't think it was like it was like a sixty mile. An hour fastball. As compared to lincoln real like like a german underground techno music kind of like you. Don't it's in some warehouse somewhere and you've got to know tootsie you know is the code word to get in or something. I've never been to a rave like that. Like an unadvertised. Thousands of people like that kind of i've been like ut fiji party that they billed as a rave but like. I don't think it was actually. It was there rampant. Use of md ma at this particular pratt rave all right so because that's what that's where this is going. Yeah which ones molly and which ones ecstasy. I think there's same thing. They didn't call it moly when i was in college. We called it ecstasy or e. x. iraq's yeah are they the same for my lack of knowledge of designer drugs. I will answer in the best way that i know how to answer that. Incriminate myself yes. There was ecstasy there. Okay very good so allegedly. That stuff makes you want to you. You have like an oral fixation that you just gotta have like it just makes grit grind all that stuff so i think the pacifier is to fulfill that part of the role. I guess if you will well this past firewood help because it has anti quote in adult sized teat extra-large shield so you gotta have that adult sized teat. So yeah okay. We we know max. According to according to the wikipedia ecstasy and molly are the same thing..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"In dallas. And dallas. San antonio houston and now here to phoenix. And it's been great people. I i know were you know. Covert protocol social distance or with mass. But we're seeing people live. We actually have a conversation Yet to kind of elbow bump you get to do some normal stuff it seems more personal than zoom calls which has really been the case for the last. What twelve fifteen. Months of activities so yeah. We're excited as well. It seems like from all accounts that dentistry is back. I mean i've got my vaccines. You've been vaccinated Everybody i know in arizona's already had both of their vaccines and patients are all that pent-up demand they're coming back and everyone's busy and my god. He came back like vengeance. Is that what you're seeing. Yeah i mean. It's really good point. I think in general. I'll go back to a personal experience because i think that's a good kickoff point. I saw my dentist in illinois right after they reopened so is what mark or may of last year and they had sat really strict protocols. They let patients in managing staff with p. p. phenomenal job. And i think the industry in general has done a phenomenal job with setting protocols for patients. Which means i'm a patient. I feel confident that i'm going to be protected going to your office for treatment so whether i have a care that i let's have a crown of a tooth crack that i need to get done or i'm looking at care. I feel really confident. That my provider my denison. A really good job with setting protocols and they've done a really good job of communication in general to their patients and i think it's created a confidence level of it's safe. They're going to treat me well. I'm going to be protected. And i'm not worried about being you know part of any type of spread of the disease. I think that's a really important factor. I think there's been no what tracing of any case. As far as i know of a cova case to a dental practice that could may or may not be one hundred percent but it's probably generally accurate because i think our industries on a really good job sending protocols and i think that's allow patients to feel like okay. I'm safe and i'm safe to come in and people are coming back because of that. Well i want a difference. A year makes a year ago a completely different atmosphere the unknown and they my favorite Dentistry uncensored podcast was under you guys leadership you guys. We've got six names. That could deal with this from gordon christian and my gosh on talk about leadership role. That was a time when the dentist needed to hear what gordon christian was thanking in rally. And you guys arranged at all and really set the stage that we're going to get through this and now it's a year later and or through it and you know it's just a wild. What a what a wild year. That was So now that that's behind us. Everything looks better my gosh. What are you most excited about. Now that we're all come back to live there. Got a years. Were the dental demands their booth out in the offices and everyone's really busy would is the most exciting thing that you think ivoclar is going to be doing post pandemic now question. So we've been very focused on trying before the pandemic and really leading up to it of developing efficiency and workflows whether be. Let's say direct restorative or connecting to a lab or processing dentures. Whatever and chair side million is a big part of that. Everything's become a process we've tried to refine and that was going on even through the pandemic so now we go to market. We thank practices or opening labs are have been back up and running really at a high level. We're just trying to help. Customers be more effective more efficient and more successful and deliver great aesthetics. And i think we've been developing these for several years now. Everyone gets it now. Is the other part of really the tour reconnect with customers. And they have people see what's available from us and what direction we're heading in as far as developing solutions for businesses and. I think we want practices to be successful. We want to treat people in the practices while make sure everyone's protected obviously. And then what they delivers care is really really good and high quality. You know it's one thing to listen to everybody's thoughts using pains. But i just. I'm a data driven guy just loved the data and women always bought ninety nine percent of all the makeup and all the cosmetic. He'll everything and this pandemic. I'm like as a guy with five sisters before they could go to school. They had to stand firm. Amir for an hour is thank god. That must be awful. I just went in there in renton bathroom as my my deal. But the i'm but men. Now including myself. I mean i don't even look in the mirror and i'm brushing my teeth and floss. I don't eat a mirror to floss. I mean are you know imagination. But the but the men looking at themselves on zoom conferences you saw like a hundred percent spike just in men by makeup and and everything i'm reading is i think the cosmic revolution which basically you guys kicked off you. Gotta i lived through the the cosmic revolution that which came from the organic chemistry revolution of adhesive dentistry. That set the stage the bonding but really. It was a lot of like even. Who's on your on. Your van is there. Is that a short fat bald guy like me. No it's a pretty woman. But i think we're gonna see a new revolution and man looking at zoom call saying god. I need to get something done with these teeth. And you're seeing it in the numbers. It's it's it's a real thing. I think i would agree with that. I think what you end up seeing is think about what happened when the pandemic hit people were at home. And what do they see every. They saw themselves their spouse and they saw their home. And you didn't have much that you could control other than what do i want to change. What changed. I don't like my appearance. Maybe i look heavy. Maybe i wanna change my hair. I want to change something in my home. That was pretty common. I think you saw like home renovations or improvements. Go up. i think you're i agree cosmetic dentistry became. I don't like the way i look. I don't like my smile. I don't like something about where i'm at today. I want to change it. Because you're seeing yourself every day. And you're really hyper aware of it. I think that's one hundred percent affected me too. I when the pandemic off you're at home. I said i looked at myself. Mary you gotta gain twenty pounds just going to shrivel up and die. I committed the eating and snacking more through the pandemic just to put some weight on. This is the way. I looked all through the pandemic suda. I think the funny part about it is we all kind of adapted to the new environment. We weren't going in offices working from home. We're on zoom calls which we didn't we had to either be on visually or not and you know that's what we all adapted to. I think now as you get back out. I think there's that i think there's a desire for human interaction and also a pride in appearance in how we look and feel about each other. I don't think that's uncool. If if i go back and look at the industrial revolution a kicks off in about eighteen fifty in england with the combustion engine but it was so big and clunky just pump water out of flooded coal mines but everything always gets faster easier higher quality lower price and smaller and when it got smaller they they put them on. Ships that shipping. And then when it got to new york where you're at on the area canal up in amherst.
"gordon christian" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Rockets actually were able to move. James Harden and is massive contract in a four team deal. They get back some pretty solid talent and three number one picks three and that's something Holy smokes. Three number one picks in the last time the Nets attempted something like that when they put together what Ray Allen God Kevin Garnett, who was the third who, my missing Paul Pierce and Pierce. They put those three together. Those picks came back to bite them big time. So what do you think of the trade? Well, first of all, we have to talk about players that want to be able to leave when they want to use the lead that we have right now in the NBA, Like you know what? I just don't feel comfortable here. I want to leave in the middle of the season. Say what you will about LeBron James. Whether you're pro or con LeBron James LeBron James left when his contracts were over, correct. You may not have liked where he went. But actually, that doesn't matter because when his when he get in free agency when he decided to leave, he left, James Harden felt like he said in his last game in Houston. Yeah, I look around this team and we're just not good enough. So I appreciate everything I've done for Houston. Hope that you appreciate me. But we're just not good enough. That is a slide that Boogie cousins and John Wall. We're not good enough so you don't have it in you to be able to carry this team. So he forces the trade and so now with Brooklyn, Brooklyn already had capped the deepest team. I thought in the league 10 through you No. One through 11 1 through 12. So keep in mind. We're somewhat Kyrie Harden and Durant, who gets the final shot. That should be Kevin Durant, Right? He's the best player, But the thing is, is that Kyrie Irving? I don't know if Carrie Irving is gonna be around or not. That's a big question. Might issue a Kyrie Irving is is that Hey, man! We're guys some guys don't like to talk. Some guys don't like to communicate. Yeah, I'm fine. Don't worry about me. I'm fine. I'm not going, doctor. I'm fine Nowhere, but I'm not gonna talk. Your wife says what's wrong? Your significant other says, What's wrong? I'm fine. Hi. Rie has to be able to communicate if you got a problem. What happened at the Capitol? Went with with everybody going after going after the people at the capital. If you have a problem personally, whatever you gonna communicate that to Sean marks an organization correct. Just say something when your coach is sitting on a podium and they go of youth. Heard from Kyrie? Nope. Do you have any idea, guys? I don't know where he is. It's the head. That's awful. I mean, so I mean, disrespectful, you know, and I agree with Stephen A. Smith. When Steven says that says, you know, I think that Carry every should consider retirement. You want Do something else outside of basketball? Go right ahead. But don't take my 40. Whatever million dollars a year. And then you have that showed up in a week. So Kyrie Harden and Durant cap on the surface looks good. So then we look at the Indiana Pacers the state next door to us, right? And they say there's no more Victor Oladipo. He wanted out, too. But in that same deal, Caris Levert, who's what Brooklyn goes. Indiana I like caress the vert. Stay. Stay healthy. Bad foot, but he is a major bucket getter. I got him get points you can. He was really good in Brooklyn in that regard. And now is what Indiana? I think Indiana actually got better without Victor Oladipo. Now the depot goes to Houston. So this deal Now you look at Houston. You say all of Depot. DeMarcus cousins, John Wall. Eric Gordon Christian would It's a good five cent a solid team. Where are they good enough to beat the Clippers Lakers? I don't know, but I just know Houston's not bereft of talent. They actually have a good roster now owned. By the way, I'll throw three. Number one picks him for you for the future. Well, they're good. There's a year, so I just think with Brooklyn, Brooklyn is a top three top 14 in the East there just trying to figure out how they can beat you. Honest and the Bucks four games out of seven. That's all they're trying to do right now is trying to get in the mix. Maybe this team can if they stay together is Brooklyn team who knows? Maybe an amazing Eastern Conference finals. If it was Milwaukee in Brooklyn. Yeah, Be really cool. Now. Philadelphia is holding the bag her like. Well, what about us? So it's funny. I told you about Brett Brown, the head coach for the 70 Sixers above the former coaches. 76 before Doc took over, and Ben Simmons says all right, coach. I swear I'm gonna give you three threes a game. I'm gonna attempt three threes a game. You promised him. It never happened. Right? Brexit. I need you to shoot the ball, please. How would you handle that? Like this is a game. Now That's about three about space is about the threes and lay ups. I've if it was my Tina, I would be running drills in practice where we are getting him open looks and if he doesn't shoot it Then. Everybody. I want you to look, that's what the play's designed to do. I don't care if you make it. I have to stretch the floor. We've got a space things. You have to shoot the ball. I would basically have to beg the guy. I mean, that's what they try to do. So that's why on the table that was. Could you get a hardened four Simmons deal? It's like and Simmons could do everything except attempt the three and try to shoot it. Well, Spacing is the key to the game. That is everything. He does everything you want, except for the Crazy 6 11. He handles a bollock. I watched the rate yesterday because I had a prop bet. Durant. Yeah. I'm looking at the game, and I'm like, I don't see him out there who's bringing the.
"gordon christian" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof
"The same record as my next. They have a better record in the rockets. I mean song sand. So it's like i can't really say anything right now. I still think there's gonna be lottery team. Have to do something they don't ever nobody wants to go to cleveland. And it really might be time for them to relocate. I mean they have been just drifting. I mean it's really unfortunate that they're still they're better than the pistons right now. And the raptors are to aid wizards at thirty nine or forty seven so at the very bottom. I'm really surprised. They're bound feeding. I'm pretty surprised at the raptors are struggling so much but they had to go through their issues of course So i think what the wait and see with them but huge win for the rockets. I mean i guess it's a win for the nets if that's what they really wanted italy and the the nets are in is in a win now situation which i can understand and to win the east. In fact to use our twenty. Twenty one catchphrase. The nets are down if you if you were in the navy mount them doubling down not definitely did And what a big way and raphael stone double down you know from his free agent acquisitions to this trade. He's really showing that he's the gm of the future and double down. He just really made him really smart mu no eight double down because i think doubling down because of comparative what the former gene did if you're going to be around. He is officially a mauri underlying like he's from the maury tree retreat sorrow. You would think he wasn't underlying you under his. You know A now he's he's been propelled into this unexpectedly propelled into this road. You think about it more. Darryl was still under contract but he chose to step away we went to the toll rant could be around that re be his curls. He's don't black folks okay But here we are couple months later in raphael stone. Who brought in some bigs. you know. Try to to satisfy some important knees that he felt we needed on the tame. Your some shooters you know. Got got into draft. Got some undrafted players that were really good and here. We are now with moving harden restructuring and getting that forty something million dollar contract out the book which is in bring deceived by the way you think about it. He moved both contracts rothe contracts. So you know. That's that's pretty big. You know to forty something made out of contracts. He's moved although we still have one with john wall people right now. There's only making twenty one million dollars yup so somewhere near where we officially. We're back in business. We can if we we don't have cat room. Were closer to being under the luxury tax. Yes now not so much this season but definitely next season so now win that bio market comes in and he was you know waving. We actually might be able to grab a person or two. That doesn't want to go to the lakers. That doesn't want to go to the leykis exactly so the nets this point. Yeah which could happen. It could very well happen. And maybe the rockets say. Hey we'll give all the depot thirty million dollars right now. Give you an extension right now. Four years thirty. Some million abbas kimball. That's still saved them. Fifteen million dollars. Yep so i'm okay with this. If they play a smart. Don't give you a big old anybo. If forty million dollars give him a modest thirty to thirty five over four you know let it let it be what it is. We're not doing. I know max deals or nothing like that. Don't do they call it a day. John wall victor depot. Eric gordon christian. Would you still got. Pj tucker you still got. You still got jason tate. And you got buggy. So i run it the way it is back. All you need to do is add one more big. Maybe a young guy cheap. That can do something. Yeah and run it. I like the people that we have. I liked david wa wa tate is good. I like macklemore when he's not heard. Let's just keep building. I like what he did the high starting to settle. But i'm really excited with what my man raphael dome shouts him. Hope that he likes you tweet especially after the waiver those comments and yeah. This is our breaking news talking about james harden trade. Make sure you likes subscribe. Give us a comment Give us your opinion about how you feel about this straight. You like it you love it. Hate it you despise it. I mean do you feel like you're team should have gotten it on his tray. What team do you go for. Let us know at beta box friends on twitter on facebook as well to in check out instagram. After give you more breaking news. i'm depressed. john. Gotti doc i god we'll keep doubling down the you piece. Not dealing with the usual riffraff here. I guess i have no choice..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"And what's the process. How much brainpower spent you? You talked about labor costs right if you have one person dedicated to ordering things three times for three hours a week a month on at the doctor's doing it. How much time is? Is that being taken right. And so it's low hanging fruit. So yeah maybe it's not you know the biggest thing on your pl statement but it's low hanging fruit where it's it's very easy to resolve in fix that. What if it was completely off your brain and you knew you were buying the right thing the right time every time and let's say you know every month you're able to get a the report that had the detailed specifics of what you're buying in when then you can make decisions off that? What could you do with that time on other things and so that's kind of where I look at this as? Yeah it's it's not just about decreasing your costs from eight percent to six percent it's about the ability to have began building standard operating procedures around everything in your practice and this is one the thing that's being neglected so you say approximately thirty to forty percent of dentist order their own supplies. And then your concern is was the What was the opportunity cost of their time when they were doing all that and could have been doing other stuff? So I'd say my. The thirty forty percent wasn't wasn't that I thought doctors were actually placing the orders. It was that do they track what they buy spreadsheets. That was what I meant by thirty to forty percent. Thirty to forty percent of dentists. Track actor order supplies with a spreadsheet. What I what we've seen that? Come to Kermit. Yes on an excel spreadsheet yet. They have a list of vendors. What are their username? Your name and passwords about. How do they log in? Who Buys what? WHO's their sales rep? Yeah I am Kinda. I just thought deeper in love with my homeys everyday they'd never cease to amaze me but what percent of the dentist actually ordered their own supplies without a spreadsheet well in terms of doctors who placed orders I would say. I've I've really found anybody who does that. It's usually delegated to like a dental assistant. I haven't found many doctors who actually place the orders themselves else. So the assistant places the order a third about thirty to forty percents so just a third of dentists are tracking on an excel spreadsheet. Damn there so complicated. How how can they track their supplies on? Xl spreadsheet and not even know Their overhead so that's that's very very interesting on this deal It's been a long time net thirty two. I'm still trying to figure out. What is your your unique selling proposition? I think net thirty two's been out there A longtime They were Kinda came about Amazon. Did what what what's your is someone said. What's the difference between you and that thirty two? What would you say? Well first of all net thirty two actually right in the neck of the woods The Raleigh Durham area. So that's small note. So that's thirty two is a marketplace that when you log in we call it a competitive marketplace. You'll find a product of multiple products and skews in in prices. Then you find the best price right. It is not about saving you getting you. The best price will we're about is making sure the ordering process or the actual will act of ordering is. The most efficient thing is possible so what to order. Who Do you want to order it from delegating that and having the data behind it? That's what curious it's about. So if you wanted to buy from net thirty to our platform you would actually be able to build integration where you can access those products but you could actually delegate who does it have with approval processes on what they can buy that type of thing. We're more of an operational tool. Were not necessarily a an a competitive marketplace. That's not what we're about. So are you saying you're agnostic to where you buy the supplies. Correct the customer or the Dental Organization. They dictate hey what's in it. So what vendors what products or maybe. They only want one product from one vendor. That's the only thing that goes environment so the dental organization creates their own ECOMMERCE site. Wow so I always a group. Practice has a lot of challenges because You know dentist test and you know they're all humans are complicated but I- dentist might be a little more complicated than the average. What what do you think you've how would you describe it if you were back with your was your army buddies was an army? Yeah so you're back with your army buddies and they said Hey what what does the dentist like. How would you describe and compare it to your back to your buddies it? I think doctors have a lot on their plate. I think the the the mind switch from taking care of patients and you know that the care part and then switching to business operations in math and in finance and negotiating in the HR in dealing with people in the feelings there and then going back to being clinic. I think ah swap back and forth is very rare. Not many people do that. That's why you see the separation of operations so I I always admire doctors and their ability to do those types the things and so I always call them kind of like Unicorns in a way the ability to to do both of them I think the best one is no things at their best ask. Some of them are better at the business side and and they enjoy that more and they hire more associates. Other ones know that they're not good or not the best part and so they don't So I think that's that's how I feel about. It's always interesting to talk to a particular doctor and see where their areas of joy isn't hopefully if it is on the practice side our platform and take a little bit of the business off so when I was a little boy in Kansas all the pharmacist own their own pharmacy and They were apothecary in Kansas. And you know they had the logo the bowl and then they all got rolled up into walgreens and CVC. You're an outsider just coming into dentistry. Do you saint. That's where dentistry is headed. Where where do you think? It'll be a twenty the next generation twenty years from now Good question I think that's obviously the everyone's everyone's asking that I don't know I think there's challenges that the idea of come across And I think I think there's a balance I dunno now I think the challenges are I think a lot of them. It's the again the balance between the freedom control part right like you're a business you're trying to you. Know decrease costs increased revenue than a person side to vessel. There's the healthcare side and so that balances is challenging In in a way that's good but I think some of the things are going through and also you there's a really big you crusher on growth and a lot of them have grown so fast that it's hard to find the right doctors right. It's about the growth of the industry. And how many practices there aren't so how'd you find the right doctor that wants to work in the middle of Kansas in right and so I think that's a lot of the challenges that the DSO's that sounds like. How do I get the right talent in doctors in in these locations nations? Yeah I just lectured out the There's about one hundred. DSO guys in Scottsdale and I've been lecturing guys forever. They always tell me their biggest challenges Finding a dentist. I mean there Their average Dennis. I mean The usually only work a year So you know the My Gosh when you when you get these. DSO's at five hundred thousand locations on any given day. Ten percent of their offices are down dentists in there and and so and then in group practices causes a lot of. I've seen this. I think this is the natural order thing you know when you have a family. You Know You ebb. Dad Mom you know the family When you have group practice because all the DSO's one group practice because they don't want to have all their eggs in your basket or Howard's basket get and they wouldn't cover more hours? Well then half the staff things. This doctor is the good one and the other half. Think this one and then this doctor He doesn't want to agree. On a bonding agent. Who else because part of his pecking order is ego is that he went and saw Gordon Christian God dentistry and he said this is the best bonding agent and this other guy says now I know John so so then they ended up having different gloves different Bonnie agent and then you'll be at the bar drinking with the dental supply rep for that office they go oh I could cut their supply bill twenty percent by just eliminating duplicate products a bondage glove so how how do you deal with group Br did you find the group practices more challenging? Let me say grew. We're talking about the dental support organizations. No no just two or more doctors in the same room because you know some people have a DDS which means a doctor of dental surgery. You don't know shit about nothing else. And then some of these doctors had the degree doctor of everything and you know are they just. They're not going to negotiate their Bonnie agent or gloves during pry. They always know what's best. And so how do you approach that challenge data you know we just looked through it in the first thing is like. Do you know what you spend. You know what you buy. Do you know who right and the first thing is do you care so the way I approach it is first of all you care and then you look at like. Hey you know if you could save five ten thousand dollars what could you do with that So that's the first part so you care. Then the second part art is like hey just get visibility data on that piece and then bring in. I think we see the information. When you're Yo- yeah? There are four products that are duplicates. And you can make that visible able to them in a very simple and understanding way I think common sense comes apart. Go or I do I really need to do. I think it's I about bringing visibility to. I think that's a really big problem album. In the spaces there isn't visibility people are the ones that are using spreadsheets spreadsheets. You wouldn't WanNa look at those either right. Those are the ones that actually have the data to that. And so I think it's about data visibility on once you see where your money's going back granular level. It becomes pretty encouraging to change it. I'm I'm so. Do you have any dating Serre. Like water the top five or ten categories for supplies of where. Where's the most money I mean to the I? I don't know where they're spending the most money. So so they'd be folks on gloves or birds or in pressuring her. Where do you think the low hanging fruit of where the most waste is? I think the the most waste. It's obviously off to the bigger size products. I don't think disposable during like like that is the biggest thing I think. It's more about the bigger higher price items and like the things that they are high quality not high or lower quality. However you WANNA WANNA on a phrase that I think that's where a lot of the changes in prices but in terms of categories in and? Where's the save money? I think it's just about limiting the amount of things you buy said of having four just have one and then go to the vendor and you say this is what I'm going to buy. This is the volume you can expect from me. And that's where the costs come from. New Gab is big catalog that you're buying from that's where your costs increase. So so what are these. What are these expensive things that you say that you're saying the the the the most fat to be terminent? Downslide seldom comes from disposables symbols. It's these bigger ticket items. What are these bigger ticket items? What are you talking about when I say bigger ticket? I'm saying not gloves right. I'm talking about like yeah burs or Seeing it is burs example non disposable things that I've seen significantly more than a pack. A gloves would be like burs end. Owed onyx type equipment stuff like that. Yeah so what. What is your biggest challenge you? You've been around the sun one time and Congratulations of that. What was the most challenges for the first lap around the sun?.
"gordon christian" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Track actor order supplies with a spreadsheet. What I what we've seen that? Come to Kermit. Yes on an excel spreadsheet yet. They have a list of vendors. What are their username? Your name and passwords about. How do they log in? Who Buys what? WHO's their sales rep? Yeah I am Kinda. I just thought deeper in love with my homeys everyday they'd never cease to amaze me but what percent of the dentist actually ordered their own supplies without a spreadsheet well in terms of doctors who placed orders I would say. I've I've really found anybody who does that. It's usually delegated to like a dental assistant. I haven't found many doctors who actually place the orders themselves else. So the assistant places the order a third about thirty to forty percents so just a third of dentists are tracking on an excel spreadsheet. Damn there so complicated. How how can they track their supplies on? Xl spreadsheet and not even know Their overhead so that's that's very very interesting on this deal It's been a long time net thirty two. I'm still trying to figure out. What is your your unique selling proposition? I think net thirty two's been out there A longtime They were Kinda came about Amazon. Did what what what's your is someone said. What's the difference between you and that thirty two? What would you say? Well first of all net thirty two actually right in the neck of the woods The Raleigh Durham area. So that's small note. So that's thirty two is a marketplace that when you log in we call it a competitive marketplace. You'll find a product of multiple products and skews in in prices. Then you find the best price right. It is not about saving you getting you. The best price will we're about is making sure the ordering process or the actual will act of ordering is. The most efficient thing is possible so what to order. Who Do you want to order it from delegating that and having the data behind it? That's what curious it's about. So if you wanted to buy from net thirty to our platform you would actually be able to build integration where you can access those products but you could actually delegate who does it have with approval processes on what they can buy that type of thing. We're more of an operational tool. Were not necessarily a an a competitive marketplace. That's not what we're about. So are you saying you're agnostic to where you buy the supplies. Correct the customer or the Dental Organization. They dictate hey what's in it. So what vendors what products or maybe. They only want one product from one vendor. That's the only thing that goes environment so the dental organization creates their own ECOMMERCE site. Wow so I always a group. Practice has a lot of challenges because You know dentist test and you know they're all humans are complicated but I- dentist might be a little more complicated than the average. What what do you think you've how would you describe it if you were back with your was your army buddies was an army? Yeah so you're back with your army buddies and they said Hey what what does the dentist like. How would you describe and compare it to your back to your buddies it? I think doctors have a lot on their plate. I think the the the mind switch from taking care of patients and you know that the care part and then switching to business operations in math and in finance and negotiating in the HR in dealing with people in the feelings there and then going back to being clinic. I think ah swap back and forth is very rare. Not many people do that. That's why you see the separation of operations so I I always admire doctors and their ability to do those types the things and so I always call them kind of like Unicorns in a way the ability to to do both of them I think the best one is no things at their best ask. Some of them are better at the business side and and they enjoy that more and they hire more associates. Other ones know that they're not good or not the best part and so they don't So I think that's that's how I feel about. It's always interesting to talk to a particular doctor and see where their areas of joy isn't hopefully if it is on the practice side our platform and take a little bit of the business off so when I was a little boy in Kansas all the pharmacist own their own pharmacy and They were apothecary in Kansas. And you know they had the logo the bowl and then they all got rolled up into walgreens and CVC. You're an outsider just coming into dentistry. Do you saint. That's where dentistry is headed. Where where do you think? It'll be a twenty the next generation twenty years from now Good question I think that's obviously the everyone's everyone's asking that I don't know I think there's challenges that the idea of come across And I think I think there's a balance I dunno now I think the challenges are I think a lot of them. It's the again the balance between the freedom control part right like you're a business you're trying to you. Know decrease costs increased revenue than a person side to vessel. There's the healthcare side and so that balances is challenging In in a way that's good but I think some of the things are going through and also you there's a really big you crusher on growth and a lot of them have grown so fast that it's hard to find the right doctors right. It's about the growth of the industry. And how many practices there aren't so how'd you find the right doctor that wants to work in the middle of Kansas in right and so I think that's a lot of the challenges that the DSO's that sounds like. How do I get the right talent in doctors in in these locations nations? Yeah I just lectured out the There's about one hundred. DSO guys in Scottsdale and I've been lecturing guys forever. They always tell me their biggest challenges Finding a dentist. I mean there Their average Dennis. I mean The usually only work a year So you know the My Gosh when you when you get these. DSO's at five hundred thousand locations on any given day. Ten percent of their offices are down dentists in there and and so and then in group practices causes a lot of. I've seen this. I think this is the natural order thing you know when you have a family. You Know You ebb. Dad Mom you know the family When you have group practice because all the DSO's one group practice because they don't want to have all their eggs in your basket or Howard's basket get and they wouldn't cover more hours? Well then half the staff things. This doctor is the good one and the other half. Think this one and then this doctor He doesn't want to agree. On a bonding agent. Who else because part of his pecking order is ego is that he went and saw Gordon Christian God dentistry and he said this is the best bonding agent and this other guy says now I know John so so then they ended up having different gloves different Bonnie agent and then you'll be at the bar drinking with the dental supply rep for that office they go oh I could cut their supply bill twenty percent by just eliminating duplicate products a bondage glove so how how do you deal with group Br did you find the group practices more challenging? Let me say grew. We're talking about the dental support organizations. No no just two or more doctors in the same room because you know some people have a DDS which means a doctor of dental surgery. You don't know shit about nothing else. And then some of these doctors had the degree doctor of everything and you know are they just. They're not going to negotiate their Bonnie agent or gloves during pry. They always know what's best. And so how do you approach that challenge data you know we just looked through it in the first thing is like. Do you know what you spend. You know what you buy. Do you know who right and the first thing is do you care so the way I approach it is first of all you care and then you look at like. Hey you know if you could save five ten thousand dollars what could you do with that So that's the first part so you care. Then the second part art is like hey just get visibility data on that piece and then bring in. I think we see the information. When you're Yo- yeah? There are four products that are duplicates. And you can make that visible able to them in a very simple and understanding way I think common sense comes apart. Go or I do I really need to do. I think it's I about bringing visibility to. I think that's a really big problem album. In the spaces there isn't visibility people are the ones that are using spreadsheets spreadsheets. You wouldn't WanNa look at those either right. Those are the ones that actually have the data to that. And so I think it's about data visibility on once you see where your money's going back granular level. It becomes pretty encouraging to change it. I'm I'm so. Do you have any dating Serre. Like water the top five or ten categories for supplies of where. Where's the most money I mean to the I? I don't know where they're spending the most money. So so they'd be folks on gloves or birds or in pressuring her. Where do you think the low hanging fruit of where the most waste is? I think the the most waste. It's obviously off to the bigger size products. I don't think disposable during like like that is the biggest thing I think. It's more about the bigger higher price items and like the things that they are high quality not high or lower quality. However you WANNA WANNA on a phrase that I think that's where a lot of the changes in prices but in terms of categories in and? Where's the save money? I think it's just about limiting the amount of things you buy said of having four just have one and then go to the vendor and you say this is what I'm going to buy. This is the volume you can expect from me. And that's where the costs come from. New Gab is big catalog that you're buying from that's where your costs increase. So so what are these. What are these expensive things that you say that you're saying the the the the most fat to be terminent? Downslide seldom comes from disposables symbols. It's these bigger ticket items. What are these bigger ticket items? What are you talking about when I say bigger ticket? I'm saying not gloves right. I'm talking about like yeah burs or Seeing it is burs example non disposable things that I've seen significantly more than a pack. A gloves would be like burs end. Owed onyx type equipment stuff like that. Yeah so what. What is your biggest challenge you? You've been around the sun one time and Congratulations of that. What was the most challenges for the first lap around the sun?.
"gordon christian" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"We crave you get some at your questions to working interferences gmaiLcom, and we've been getting some amazing freaking questions for the next few weeks. And I am so stoked. In fact, you sent me one the other night that came in and you just said in the tie in, in the subject, line, this period, is period gold period. Yeah. So keep it up listeners. We love it. No question is too mediocre for us now. We don't want just any question. Do we Lance not? Really? No. We don't want a bunch of boring questions, like who's the greatest band of the ninth. Eighties because we all know that Sugar Ray is the greatest band of the nineties. Don't remember the rest of that's I remember that every Mon. And who's at more McGrath was that guy's name? Yeah. Yeah. What are what that guys up to? Yeah. After he quit entered entertainment tonight, or something like entertainment tonight, or one of those evening shows. Yeah. He hosted cheese tough. Look for Josh not knowing about Mark McGrath second career. Yeah. He's gonna win. We want the Christians that Gordon christianson cannot answer. You Gordon, Christian can Gordon Christensen could name a single song offer sugar as discography. No, no. What do you think? Gordon, Christian since jam is we you think he listens to when he gets on that Harley Glenn Miller, you'd think so I'm kinda what it seems like I bet he likes Garth Brooks. Sure. A Betty's into Garth it just seems like a guy that's really into Garth Brooks. I could see that. Yeah. Question one listener Marissa asks. Hi, guys. I am a hygienist today. I saw patient that every time I took an instrument out of her mouth, she would cough. I thought in the beginning, it was just because I leaned her back too far. But even after sitting her up more it continued by second thought was, maybe it was a nervous cough by question is, has have you guys heard of a nervous cough, or am I going to get to Burke, yellow sus and die? Thanks. You going die. You probably. It seems to me like the patient had the consumption. I think that's what they used to call debris. Closys, like it is in the olden days. Name for it to see where did you learn that tombstone Val Kilmer Gunstone? Okay. He was dot Colladay at see says consumption in old in once common term for wasting away of the body put tick yearly, from pulmonary to book Laos's other old TB tomes include the king's evil or scruffy later and pots disease. Why do you sound like foghorn Leghorn? I don't know. I just I can't say the consumption, without some sort of, like southern accent. Okay. I it just is it just seems like a southern word to me, okay? It probably is. Scruffy less is a great name for like a mixed breed corgi of some sort. If If you. you have corgi that's, like half corgi half wiener, dog or something like scrawl fuel is a great name for that dog. It sounds like like a scab on your scrotum. But okay. I don't wanna get that. Now I've got a couple times from, from the trimming from the manscaping where you you're wrong escape it a little deep and. End up unit. Put the scrappy lists. Yeah. As, as a golfer would say, hitting it a little fat, as, as you would say, if you take out a big mess. Is they take out a big dividend of my scrotum. Look, evil. That's a very tough look for my balls. The king's evil is tough, because I just feel like kings do a lot of evil shit like really murdering mistresses and need dumping their bodies in the river, and that's tough look for the king. How does this Burke yellow sus get associated with the king kings? What, what did I do? What I didn't do anything. I'm just here like having grapes and stuff now, you're linking be to Burke yellow sus. The patient had TB. Odds are pretty slim but that's why we have universal precautions. That is true. When was the last time you got a TB test? Well, I probably do since I can't can't remember, do you remember what the TB test is. Like they just shoot that little shit underneath the skin. Some under your skin and like see if it gets a red..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Go. Yeah. I mean, I would have gone for it on fourth down. But the right call was to go for the field goal because it does give you that to score late. If they get it on fourth down the first down the game was over Neil in for those two opportunities to end the game field goal or first step four suckers that tees the Rams plus eight and a half really would have liked to have seen just Neil or or get the first down and then have three meals or have zero line kicked a forty eight yard field goal, which would have made a seven point game again. But just to see that where again, Bella check his best player comes over. And Brady's confident. He's like just kicked the field goals of forty yarder ballgame and Bella check is good enough. A coach to say, you know, what let's do it because he's right? It's not as if I'm gonna prove myself to be smarter than Tom Brady. And I'm gonna go for it on fourth down to one up or then you'll have rob Parker saying well, Tom Brady and what the ball in his hand that then the game. I'm sure that's the way from it. Then I guess too. Is that Belgium was sticking Gostkowski been shaky today. So far the. I one of his field goals just made it and he missed one and the one that sealed the game just just made it to guests made it a couple of feet inside. I mean, it doesn't matter if it's done in the middle, or of course, but I can understand why Bocek would have second guesses about going forward or have a quarterback who's phenomenal on fourth and short like that the only problem and this was short like half an inch meeting was all you had to do was fall forward. But the only problem with that is you get sue and Donald gun right into the teeth. So that the gap good luck with that. Because unless you do it perfectly those guy right blowing up the way, I looked at it was you go by percentages at that point a field goal from that distance. You probably say he's got about eighty to eighty five percents with Gostkowski. But even though he was shaking, but it's a pressure pressure. So you may be lowered to like eighty it's not week seven. And then with that. I doubt you'd say fifty fifty. Yeah. I would think it'd be better. But again if you didn't have su- with Donald on the field. Positives? Because of that defense hasn't done as many of the fourth in shorts this year. Now, one years old, I think the knee is still somewhat bothering him. So let's not go there and Brady was sounded like the most confident in now if you think that was that was the logical decision. It was it was it was we've got a really good kicker. I know he can be shaky we're kicking dome in a dome and once it goes through the uprights as Zolak said the ballgame. And if your gas Cousy watching this you like my my quarterbacks got my back, I don't know about the coat Christian. I assume you didn't watch the Super Bowl 'cause you think football still. What have you have done in that? I would keep field goal to. Yeah. I wa go for it. I mean, the score's thirteen three they were coming back. But even if they go to get what was your thought process with going for it? I don't trust Gostkowski. I just don't I really don't do you. Now. Do you trust him more? He did it pressure kick their. I mean, I know it wasn't it was causing. He goes in his nothing to why would why would it be difficult because even if he misses it. I had no confidence that the the Rams we're going to touch the score by slowing no-confidence during this time. You know, what I was worried about what someone blocks it and returns it for a touchdown or blocks it, and you recovery. Of course, it nightmare scenario. But I just had no does no faith in the Rams. If you're in you watch mic'ed up if you do maybe some of the players once the season is over the last thing, they want to do is watch Mike you're probably gonna say while the greatest quarterback of all time has a lot of confidence in me to kick this field goal. I don't know about my coach having the most. Yeah. You know, I think that bell check always just sort of ways that decision. I'm sure on every ultimately it's his decision on every fourth in short. You know in field goal range, you ways it field goal or or go for. I mean, obviously, this is the biggest decision of the game. But ultimately bell Jack did decide to go with him. So I I think that's asking and say, hey, maybe he doubted me. But then he did trust me, and I hit it. So we'll trust me more now in Gostkowski is being reasonable. She should've had doubts that. Yes. And he's like every of Super Bowl the last three Super Bowls have gone to a couple of. It's was nails all game. If you're being realistic Gutowski. I'm not gonna complain about my coach you I don't think you will be the first person. I had a bad game. I wasn't ticking. Well, neither was big z z was a it was an awful kick. But we were talking about people that were betting. I think I told you this earlier, but some guy put two hundred and fifty dollars down on the fact, the Rams voice go free points in the game. Right. He one hundred thousand dollars because busy missed the kick. But I can only imagine what it was like in his living room when he was watching Z right up for a forty eight yard field. You're awesome bet. Two fifty dollars. But yeah, big z way off I think. After career is over. Whose careers, but they again, even if you kicked the first field goal they were talking about how he's banged up and just get some thigh groin as you will make any snow. But even if you kicked it was good. They were saying they're not that after when he missed his well, and even if it kicks it, they're they're not winning. But. Then one hundred grand if you tease the Rams plus eight and a half, you want giving them at least a crazy. They were obviously, not when was eight seconds left, you'd have to recover and on some of those hail Mary. No, those eight tickets when he kicked it. So there's five seconds best. So you have an onside kick and all you'd have hail Mary. Good luck. And they were doing Rogers ain't walking through that door Okafor, Gordon, Christians better than he's easing tweeting. But as I said when the week started the lights right for them. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he could be with a fifty hour trainings going poorly. Hold on on this. The last time we saw team try to pull the hail Mary score late in the game. Well, it worked out for them. I wasn't a hell, man. But Miami figured it out. And they scored. Yeah. So do you think would have had grunk just saying if the odds of that happening once are infinitesimal? No, I wouldn't have been nervous everybody in the patriots should buy lottery ticket. If that were even if it busy kick the physical. I wouldn't have thought that they were going to come back and win. Did you see the Fifty-seven guitar is Z Z? He had fifty seven out of the beaten. All yes. Yes. Okay. And he missed the a forty. About forty eight. But that wasn't going to do anything. So he didn't care. They didn't care, but I like whatever the data that lose because he missed a kick. Well last night. Lebron James and Janice. Mpo were the captains for the NBA all star game and they had their draft. What we're going to do when we come back as art draft. Guess who I'm going to be team? Lebron jet will be team Janas will use all the players that will be at the all star game. Do our own draft will take care of that. When we wrap up the rundown on Boston radio next because genius has now destroyed the impediment of the terrestrial radio. Boston Herald radio. This is Michael Grabner page from the natural truth notebook. 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"gordon christian" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"And that's one hundred parts per million of molecular iodine, which which is about thirty to fifty times more concentrated than than that. Which is in Poland own iodine. And also, there's we have a concentrated era. Went to be used with the neural irrigating device. We've had it tested on. With the water pick with the pick pocket tip and dad's to be used as a Medicated rents at home as era Ghent subject of irradiation, and we also have a gel which is two hundred fifty parts per million. I o gel which is to be used as in full arch trays and as a Perry Donald trae much like a whitening tray. And that's for more severe cases where patients would wear fifteen minutes a day. And so that's another product that's available on website. And so this basically three different products that we make available. We've had these products initially that we had a pilot study done. Three years ago for these products, and it was done by void certified carried honest, and with fifty three patients it was over six month period of time and the the results were were dramatic. They were compared to collecting glutamate they were superior. And in fact, it gave us the impetus to develop I products professional Donald products to be used in this area a sell after that. And by the way, the patients were in that six month study to the state most of them are still using this product on a daily basis because the period, honest, doesn't wanna take them off of it. And the patients don't want to go off of the we recently had a study done or invaluable done by Gordon Christians clinicians report. And that was they were to evaluations done. One was for the ready to use wrench with one hundred twenty five patients in twenty five dental offices. The other one was. For the concentrated yrant. And that also was a separate twenty-five dental offices and a separate one hundred twenty five patients and the result was so good in that that that clinicians reported voted both of those products as best products of the year of two thousand nineteen in their annual buying guide. So and the ingredients in these Brooks and not only are they essential nutrients, but they're also on the FDA's grass list of. Generally recognized as safe substances, so the natural organic, and so the guess, that's what's on our website. So I'm Gordon Christian his wife, rela has peach microbiology, what is relative of this? You know, I haven't spoken directly with her about it. So I can't answer that they have to stoke the relevant that are you are you are any of the period Donald schools using this right now, I mean, how many what is their fifty six schools United States? How many of them have Perreault program, and how many of them are going to start trying this. Well, actually, we we were actually waiting for the that clinicians report evaluation to be completed which was just recently about you waited. And so now, we're I like introducing this product. Product. And in fact, we just now started a our marketing campaign, so so it's I now being introduced so we've sent we sent product to to several different dental schools. So and there are a number of period honesty, using it in the United States and Ziv Masar who's the the president the Israel society of of Orleans plant tala. She was a previous president of Israel society of period, honest. He's been using it in his practice and. He lectures in the states a lot to to Perry. Honest around the country was keynote speaker at the American Academy of period ontological. So there are a number of of opinion leaders who are beginning to use the product and in their offices and also starting to talk about on electric circuit. So it's just now being introduced, and what about you know, again, I just love that column. Seventeen I mean, flooring chlorine. I mean, Dennis reuse, chlorine, chlorine, dioxide for bad breath. Have you tested us against air Matic, sulfur compounds to see if it also treats, mellowed or bad breath. And yes, yes. In fact, yes, we've used it with the Hal limiter. And and yes, it it. Very effective. In fact, formulation of we've tested, and it provides long-term benefit for for these volatile self accomplishments long-term benefit because it because it's the most effective in killing the bacteria that produce them. I think it's interesting out here in Arizona. People don't understand the periodic table because if they have a swimming pool, and for some reason, they decide they don't like chlorine..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"So I kind of go back to with Randy's thinks. No, more soap Bating's. Optional. Cracker for the hygienists. Yes. Midlands, the problem. There is Ukrainian gal she does not use soap or deodorant. So me in the skit like hurt like the hygienist really bath and body works at up. Yes, shouli. So I really liked the coconut line for being a sense from bath and body works. So I haven't interesting HR policy. I don't know if I've ever told you I don't think so so I have a hiring policy that basically says. I don't really particularly hire anybody that I find sexually attractive. That's a smart way to go. So I don't find this problem. All that often. I don't have patients often hitting on my staff members will be this new one for me it happens occasionally, and the most the time most time, it doesn't, but occasionally we'll get the get people to this Ukrainian patient thinks that they're basically like in love with your hygienist. Right. Yes. Okay. So how often how much time does the hygienist spin with this lady three minutes twice a year? She's on Perio recall. So, you know, an hour four times a year and our hor- times. Okay. Even still can you love somebody that you're with an hour four times a year. I don't think you can. I don't think this is like a deep seated love connection that we have. I think it's physical attraction. Right. It's definitely traction. So you just really need to find a slightly more attractive hygienist for her to see. And then she will no longer be interested in. So is there like a Perreault practice with a dime piece already h like that you can refer her to not in Toronto. Because I know Toronto does she knew Gordon Kristiansen. I'm sorry. Does she know Gordon Christians? And she I think she does know Gordon christianson. So I think that's an answer. Is you just need to refer her to two Pero practice that has, you know, maybe a really attractive high Genesis well, and then she'll become less infatuated with yours and problem solved. Thank you the other thing. I had was does anybody know like soccer or hockey does the Ukraine have a rival country Russia, so then just have the hygienist where Russia hockey jersey like next time, and that will really turn her off. And that will because if if I was really attracted to a woman, and I showed up and she was wearing a university of Oklahoma tee-shirt. It's over. Yeah. We are done. I your no longer attractive to me if you're wearing crimson and cream, it just doesn't happen. So. I think really play that play that they're really into hockey. So so play that thing up earth. Does that help? Yes. Thanks, guys. Thanks, craig. Which is weird. We actually help. Really, not something. That's not what we normally do question three deer. Josh and Lance. I am married to the doctor in work at the office. A lot of patients don't know. We're married. We tried to keep it professional at work like how they try to national word so successful garage doors shy over the years. I've heard some women harmlessly for it with my husband. It's never bothered me. However, we have. Editorializing here..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Retire from clinical dentistry and the age of forty two Borden restless after four years retirement frequence anxious to test is referral strategies and purchasing failing and foreclosed dental practice and less than three years during the worst global economic meltdown in history he increased new pace for from eight percent to five hundred forty four percent. His talents have been praised by Larry King of CNN jet Chan filled co author of the success Percival's and chicken soup for the soul. And Dr Gordon Christian who is officially the God of dentistry following his life. True calling freak is bringing his enthusiasm and passionate for marketing to helping other Dennis grow their practices internally through referrals and to raise money for the New York relief of up to the nine eleven tragedy for amateur boxing, organiz charity boxing fundraiser. And so he retired from boxing undefeated with a record of one win. No losses. Good for you. Remembering a little kid. Everybody wouldn't Muhammad Ali ndas retired? You got coming back for. And it was like no don't do that. So, you know, the reasons of site have you on the shows if filing up one hundred and any city any country and said, you know, if I was a gene you'd get three weeks to be they always one morning patience. They say, you know, I'm the pace on pay my rent Bordj ability meter insurance while prices professional dues. But if I if I virus paid all my bills that extra to that extra patient would would be would fall to the bottom line. So I know what they want. I know they're driving. They're saying dude just show me. I get ten more days. What would you say that person? I'd say, it's it's a great intention. I would say. That new patients are without a question. The life blood of a dental practice without a steady stream of new patients coming in a practice will stagnate at best in wool decline over time. There are only two ways that a practitioner can bring new patients into their office. They can either spend gobs of money every month on external marketing and advertising or they can..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Product in the market. Honestly, you know, lecture for a aby dental MIS by arise you name it. I've you I have probably ten surgical kits in the office, you know, dentistry uncensored, so I'll tell you I'm a big straw, man. And now, I get a volume discount to straw, man. Because I buy a lot of implants that thread to sign the texture net implant, I'd never seen any of the like if there are a lot of implant thought, the I mean, the top tier five in butts are all good in straw and bio horizon Nobel, you know, you can throw the, you know, the dance plies in there, and you know, the zimmer-biomet they're never gonna lose those implants now when you get to the level of place law plants, you'd have relationships with these manufacturers you volume discounts. So and Mike and Mike pain as much. As you know, somebody that's buying five cents month. I'm a lot left. And I have a a good oral search of friend place Shula strong ends. And this guy's getting a bigger discounts. That's the way these companies were their, you know, their their pricing with you. I mean, if you're just starting now placing one or two Pence, you know, a month, you're not gonna get that discount. So strong might not be the the implant forty years you're gonna pay a premium for it. But the all they're all in plans. I'd say stick to the top tier five companies. Because you never gonna have a problem with getting parts for them. If you wanna call the rep on, you know, they're they're always Villawood. I help you out when you go to these companies that, you know, are, you know, and he'll get you gotta be careful you really do on. So that that's that's key an at been involved with a lot of different companies and their development faces that they they're all really good. I mean, they all integrate their anti approved if approved by the European medical approval process. They're using Europe. USA you're not gonna have problem with you want us a lower price implant. But I let's the approval rating from the Europeans the EU. What's what's your committee called? What the heck is a it's what's that cold? It says see something rather. Looked at. I I know that when you're in American you have to think that this greatest country in the world, but how many countries have you been to? Yup. You know, what the Europeans have incredible products? There's there's a lot of countries that do things so much better the United like, all Scandinavia and Australia. I mean, those are some of the greatest civilizations ever. But I think that you know, it was the EU who brought down Microsoft's abuses. And it'll be the that brings down Facebook and Google and Apple's because the United States government is just to get a Bill pass. You gotta get out a bunch of bills and paying, but I one thing I've noticed about a straw, man. And there we would do the townie choice so year award every year. We're all the town. He's on the products. And it's so amazing because you went through dental school for years undergrad four years all school. No one in your classes stupid. They all got as in calculus, geometry, and Trig, and crab and all this stuff like that. And so Mark it shares a huge deal and Gordon Christian. I several times look down at the Ag. Townie choice a winters, and he goes man, everybody voting as eight years of college. It's not like who's voting on the best movie in Hollywood. You know, what I mean and straw, Strommen sells the most units of implants, and I wouldn't tie that around to something else. You said earlier not only to straw, Mun sell the most implants in the world, and they bought Neo Denton, Brazil and MIS mega simple in in Israel, and all that kind of stuff. But that guy came on my show. I always notice the most successful people make religion availability..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"He was hitting Buchanan also wrestled with our kind of the wrestling and reform. He's been involved in that too. Yeah. It's it's crazy. We talked to you about social media whatnot. And like literally that's how our president became president. Well, yeah, be there's no two ways about that. That's true to me. Not. It's really not. So I don't know if we want Gordon christianson it. I I don't wanna see Gordon Christians in on the Facebook groups, do you want either. No, no well That to that. never meet your heroes that kind of thing. So true. It's so true. That's one of the problems the voice dentistry because I think if they meet me. Guy. It's like because because they they go for an entire year with this voice in their head. And they picture something very different than what they meet in a way. Maybe I won't show up. Maybe maybe disembodied voice forever. One of those like robots that has like an ipad as a face. On a sick way or whatever just rolls around hopefully the face, it'd be my face. But it'll be slightly less. Jowly would be good. Yeah. We can Photoshop that. They're easy. We can Photoshop then. Well, so I think we both agree that there's K wells. We'd like to Atlanta. I didn't hear anybody you'd like to hear from just just after. Oh, yeah. That's right APPA. See late says app. Icee like kids are in and Alan you were Smith's Smithson. Yeah. There's certainly, but again, it's like that. It's it's envy. Right. It's I think a lot of that is at the end of that experience you either come out of it one of two ways either. Oh, they're not. They're not so much that different than me and or cod. I just envy their life so much. And so I don't know. Opposite me. So I hear some of the stories of other people in your like men. I don't know that I wanna work that hard. So then you kind of like, you know, I kinda like where I'm at I hear Greg. Greg Kinser goes through and I definitely not worth hard. Yeah. He has ready for a read it. I always am ready. This'll be great Reddit user misfiled since asks. My friend lost his hair because of doing root canal and forgetting his appointment question. Mark. Let me see if I could rephrase better. Okay. My friend lost his hair because if doing root canal and forgetting his appointment did that was that inflection a little bit better than which if she said it would sound much like that. All right. My friend from college has lost almost all of his hair. He has lost it in such a way that some parts of his head has hair and some don't. Yeah. That's called losing your hair how it works. And he claims it is because what he has done root canal. I appointment where she opened the pulp and place something in his tooth and told him to come back after fifteen days he forgot about that. And didn't come for two months. He thinks that it is. Because that thing that Dennis put in his tooth. And was there for two months as the cause of his sudden almost complete hair loss. Could this be true? Or is it all her shit? Let's get Jason on the phone because it lets J J lips might. We got ask him questions. Did he ever root canal start it? I don't know. He said the Ruben could be question that could be the deal. Also Allie Cergy where it's Allie. Rod boy alley down. Did you have an Indo start in do either of you guys have? No, if you have if you have the Endo finished as your hair comeback. That's. I've had an Indo, and I didn't lose any hair. I got one last year for maybe two years ago. I remember two years. Maybe still got my my hair. Did you have any ended on his do it? I did not Dave Clark. Healy and went down to buy a clear said dude mope me up. Wow. He's really good at Endo to aiming Cottam ear like fix these. Yes. They are cool. Yeah. That's by the way, Kadhamy would be the other a cable that I to Janu not about ideas. Stay you'd be. You'd be nuts to watch seriously. So I ended on his celebs him. I is a huge devotee of of what's what's what school? Is that the ended honest that love him are the ones that they they lot of times, they'll admit it..
"gordon christian" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
"Bob Gibson who founded dead mad and all those good Carl mesh implant pioneer. It's always sad. When someone I pod cast interview pass away. But but I think I still think on these hard tissue lasers the dead giveaway. The office is pediatric dentistry. I mean, number one sealants don't work because you take technology where you ask that you ammo and put on a body to amber, we'll you're not bonding to an amber you're bonding to pit some fishers Philip just crap in Junkin, cookie and tartar and plaque and any research that you look on sealants half of them fill the first year, and they're all gone into yours. And then you only get the little sealant fee like twenty five thirty five forty dollars. But if would you run that leaves her over them without a shot, you clean out all the pits and fissures now, you're acid etching. Enamel? And and by the way, when you clean out a Fisher, Gordon Christian. I talk about this. I bought cast when Gort went I use micro Arab region. And or and you clean out the pit Visger on any primary molar just right after up, and you get all cleaned up. You're always in Denton. So so when you do the sealant to put visual fill the bunch of crap. It's a sealant that's bombed into Oreo cookie and plaque Tarver, and it's all gonna fail me, you're too. But when you clean it all out now, you're on Denton. Now, you have the survival rates of an inclusive composite, and you have the billing fee of publiz wasn't. I I got four boys. They've made five grandchildren. None of my five grandchildren have or gonna have sealants. They're gonna get preventative resin restorations. They're going to get all those pittenger's cleaned out read all the junk out of there. And then put that resin on Ben like say, I don't know how I don't know anybody who can clean out the Pinson fissures on a permanent tooth. And not be in Denton. I mean, it is just my book. So and then and then you don't even shot. And so so so people say, well, it's slower Yemi. You don't have to give shot which have America's freight about. Then, you know, so kidding. You could just go right to work. And then who brings who brings the child to the Piatra Dennis mom, mom, autocare of your female monkey or a bottom boats, girl, chimpanzee, rain, Tang female apes monkeys talk five times every time a male does..