35 Burst results for "One minute"

Qualifier to Champion: Britain's Raducanu, 18, Wins US Open

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Qualifier to Champion: Britain's Raducanu, 18, Wins US Open

"The eighteen year old became the first qualifier in grand slam tennis to win any major title and she did it without dropping a single set in either qualifying or the main draw you say I want to win a grand slam but to to have the belief I did and actually executing and winning Ross I I called believe it read account of finally stopped the giant killing run of nineteen year old Canadian Layla Fernandez closing out the one hour and fifty one minute match six four six three read account of had to take a medical timeout halfway through the final game to have a wound traded up to slipping during a point but Bradley to be the first British winner in New York since Virginia Wade in nineteen sixty eight I'm Graham like us

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FAA Bans Virgin Galactic Launches While Probing Branson Trip

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

FAA Bans Virgin Galactic Launches While Probing Branson Trip

"The Federal Aviation Administration says virgin galactic cannot launch anyone into space again until completion of an investigation it involves the virgin galactic flight in July with founder Richard Branson on board nothing could prepare you for the view of a from space the FAA says the rocket ship veered off course during its descent back to New Mexico putting it outside the air traffic control clearance area virgin galactic admits the space plane dropped below the protected airspace for one minute forty one seconds because of a change in wind the flight itself lasted about fifteen minutes the company said the flight was safe and successful virgin galactic says it plans to launch three Italian researchers to the edge of space in a few weeks and wants to start selling tickets to space next year I'm a Donahue

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U.S. Officials Provided Taliban With Names of Americans

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

U.S. Officials Provided Taliban With Names of Americans

"Know why we're all a basket case because we're we have a suspicion. This is intentional. I don't believe for one minute that our military intelligence community is this inept. I don't believe i don't believe that. This is a surprise when biden is willing to stand up there and admit admit that we gave americans up to the terrorists. You have to recognize the intention of all of this you. What clippers that derek. Let's got play this clip for you. So you understand at of his own were out of his own mouth and of his own mouth. We've got the american president at the shame of this american president. Admitting that we may have handed names of americans to the taliban now let that sink in. He doesn't deny it here. He is not denying. This political report confirmed by fox news that this administration gave a kill list of americans to the taliban and there have been occasions when our military is contacted their military counterparts in the taliban and said this for example this buses coming through with x number people on it made up of the following group of people. We want you to let that bus or that group through so yes. There have been occasions like that. The best of my knowledge in those cases. The bulk of that has occurred. They've let through. But i can't tell you with any certitude that there's actually a list of names. There may have been. But i know of no circumstance that doesn't mean it's not didn't exist that here's the names of twelve people. They're coming let them through and could very well have happened. This is beyond just this man being a doddering old fool. This is nefarious. This is this is evil. That is that is an evil admission. You're gonna calendar taliban. You're you're going to count on the taliban how 'bout you get the americans out of the country before you pull the military

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Biden Has No Plan for Afghanistan Disaster

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Has No Plan for Afghanistan Disaster

"Joined now by david. Drucker of the washington examiner david. The president expected to address the august thirty first deadline. Got any reporting on that. I don't have any reporting on that. But i've seen the president say already more than once believed that we're going to stay until we get every american out i think the white house Just putting aside the president for a minute can't seem to get. Its message straight because one minute. They're saying one thing the next minute they're saying another it's made this thing very hard For the us government to project command and control. I think that biden's biggest misstep here. Aside from the obvious initial policy disaster is that wants. This whole thing. Went south with the president to do is to speak plainly about the problems. You don't even have to admit mistakes. It gets very political. You just have to say yes is a problem and you need to project man in and that has been the biggest deficiency we also are unable to obtain a minimum number. I've heard jake sullivan. Jen psaki john. Kirby ned price all explain why. We don't know how many americans are in afghanistan multiple times. The question though is what's the minimum number of people that we know are there. Has anyone offered up any answer on the minimum number david drucker. Not that i've seen and and i think this is a case again. It comes back to. And i sound like a broken record here. Command and control understanding the scope of the problem. Leaving at least that you understand what it takes to solve the problem and that the president well he started to speak more often about this and attempt to project some semantic control. He still has people around him. That sometimes don't say what he says. That are still period. They're trying to sort of Smooth this over for him. And i think they've just got to get better and saying yeah. This is the problem. This is what we know. This is what we don't know better trying to find out and then you get to a place where they have command of all the facts and they present a plan that even if it gets criticized is at least plan The people can wrap their arms around for dealing with the problem.

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Vision Boards vs Ouija Boards

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:53 sec | Last month

Vision Boards vs Ouija Boards

"Vision boards versus we. D- boards welcome to today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by the leadership lifestyle. Podcast yeah i said we board so vision boards versus ouija boards. Do you have a vision board. And actually there are companies that have created digital versions of vision board so google that and check it out and put your vision on there to see if you're going in the direction you wanna go or are you more intimate we d- boards thinking what happened in the past or can we try and predict the future can some some apparition tell you what direction you're gonna go. That's not gonna work. Which you really should be using is a vision board. Something that keeps you center keeps you focused. Keeps you moving in the right direction. So you solve what. You're trying to solve a not get so worked up over what you're missing. Don't think about weed keyboards and hope somebody could tell you something. Get a vision board and get your vision going

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Martha Lane Fox on Responsible Tech, Social Justice

Influence

02:07 min | Last month

Martha Lane Fox on Responsible Tech, Social Justice

"So martha thank you very much for being on the show. Thanks for asking me You chair of many different boards. Of course the most interesting being we transfer. I personally most interested in your life outside of we transfer so i want to jump straight into the house of lords and for our friends in the us They may not have any idea. What the house of lords is in my opinion. It's probably the stuffiness branch of uk. Parliament your cross bench peer. And you're one of the few women. I believe they're in the house of lords. And the first woman mazzone only allowed into the house of lords in nine hundred fifty eight so relatively new fad in in the history of british politics. I mean we are a that. I'd love to hear from you. Why you chose to be a part of it and i had done some policy work worked in e commerce and then i wrote in the on the edges of government and policy night helped in the uk create something called the government digital service and a website would go to uk. And i realized that. Actually i was not regular good at business to anyone louis. Transfer boot. But i am in a way interested in the way that the next wave of digitization was affecting institutions society buddha context of i'm facing disruption and so i helped create this incredible machine in the middle of government gupta. Uk and. She says he added way. The government was we thinking itself my thoughts you know. I'm really interested in trying to think about how to continue to use my voice. Mice move voice in policy in tech discussions. And i decided i'd apply not thinking for one minute that i would. I get accepted at points. They might say come back in five years time when you know something but i think they must have been desperate that yet. It's kind of an incredible opportunity because the cross-benches the independent you're not affiliated to political party. You'll not just put the house. Because he given a big party donation not that everybody. There is because of that. But they're still in my opinion too many at all and you have to bring some kind of outside expertise perspectives to the house of lords

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Are You the Reason People Are Leaving Your Organisation?

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:59 sec | Last month

Are You the Reason People Are Leaving Your Organisation?

"Are people leaving your organization. Yeah it's probably you welcome to today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by leadership lifestyle. Podcast and i know this is a hard truth to accept but if you are having people leave your organization at a rate that you can't keep up with or you're frustrated by it probably is you. It probably has something to do with interview skills. Not explaining the job not not doing due diligence to make sure they wanted to do the job and then once you had them did you onboard them the right way and did you have something that retain them well beyond a paycheck a culture and environment a place. They actually want to come to work or do they pull in the parking lot turn. Their car often shrug their shoulders in size. So if you have your team leaving at an alarming rate a hate to break it to you but it's probably because of you and today's leadership thought of the day brought to by leadership lifestyle. Podcast grow yourself just a little bit more.

Biles Returns to Competition With a Bronze Medal and a Smile

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Biles Returns to Competition With a Bronze Medal and a Smile

"Nineteen year old a thing more led from start to finish winning goal Tuesday at the women's eight hundred meter final will claim the first American gold in the event since nineteen sixty eight in a time of one minute fifty five point two one seconds I was just focused on being conscious of what was going on around me you know if anything happened I was going to attack it and with whoever you know is making that move raven Rogers of the west took the bronze gold four demerit mensa stock of the USA in the women's sixty eight kilogram freestyle wrestling competition defeating her Nigerian opponent USA men's basketball Kevin Durant twenty nine point ninety five eighty one win over Spain it's now one of the semifinals against Australia Simone Biles picking up the bronze in the final of the women's balance beam Gabby Thomas of the US a bronze in the women's two hundred meter Jamaica's Elaine Thompson harav repeated as the gold medalist I'm John at three

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Dr. Phil McGraw Talks Transitioning Out of the Pandemic

The Psych Central Show

02:16 min | Last month

Dr. Phil McGraw Talks Transitioning Out of the Pandemic

"What practical advice do you have for people. because i. i think that you're right. I think that people were under the delusion that it was gonna be pandemic one minute no pandemic the next minute life was going to go back to normal. We were all gonna be okay. We were going to put it in the rear view mirror and much like that convertible we were just gonna fly off into the sunset. Well i'm glad you re say that. Because i described the circumstance and failed to answer your question. I need to answer your question. It's like what advice. Can you give the people in. I believe in successive approximations. It's kind of like if people have a tremendous fear of snakes. You start out by getting them really relaxed and then give the least threatening symbol of the snake you possibly can and see if they can handle that and then they can then you move to the next approximation of a snake and then the next and if they get anxious you back up a little bit you you move by successive approximations until they can not recklessly but safely be in the presence of the snake without running through late last window to escape and i think that's what needs to happen here. Don't expect yourself to leap tall buildings in a single bound. What you need to do is say okay. Well what can i feel comfortable doing. start with. Maybe it's interacting with people that i know their history and know their pattern. So maybe it starts with having a couple or a few couples over and you interact where you need it to track at the high school and you walk around together some. I know several businesses in. La where they're starting to go to work two days a week. They started ease back into it. I've talked to so many of them. Personally they said the rewards that have come from that have overwhelmed the anxiety they had about going in the first day. Everybody was looking at each other like they don't know what to say. And it's like wow. This has been crazy. You can only say that like ten times and then it's like what are we talking about now but you start out with something. You're comfortable with handling. Then you move to the next level then you move to the next

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One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: Put More Focus on Mental Health in the Workplace

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:52 sec | Last month

One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: Put More Focus on Mental Health in the Workplace

"Mental health does not mean mental illness. Welcome to today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by leadership lifestyle podcast so more and more. There is going to be a larger discussion in companies about mental health. And there's going to be more openness with people in the workforce brain of seize your attention but that does not mean. It's a mental illness. Like you think of it as a negative thing and also something else to deal with people's physical health we companies worrying about that all the time they have all these kind of programs for physical activity in special diets but mental health your mindset which by the way is one of the five dogs the disciplines growth success as the mindset. Is we gotta focus on. How do we make that healthy doesn't have to be illness to have a reset with mental health. And just make sure everybody's okay so mentally. They're performing at peak performance. Just like they would physically

One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: The Proof Is in the Pivot

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: The Proof Is in the Pivot

"The proof is in the pivot welcomed. Today's leadership thought of the day brought to you by the leadership. Lifestyle podcast so the proof is in the pivot meaning. Sometimes we get so enamored with a goal or we don't want to show that we were wrong about our original analysis and now we've got to change our focus and we don't look like we we're doing in and can't make up our mind and things like that now grant you if you're constantly pivoting or have the next great idea in. You're going to do this this month in this out. Yeah that's a problem but when you're really pursuing something really important are you seduced by your own success or potential success. Are you really willing to look at the evidence and say you know what what i thought was going to work out. Didn't work out the pivot here to to make it more profitable to make it make it make sense have better execution all that good stuff. So are you willing to pivot. That's where the proof is. Today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by leadership lifestyle. Podcast grow yourself just a little bit

Mets Smash 7 Homers, Shake off 4 Errors in Wild 15-11 Win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Mets Smash 7 Homers, Shake off 4 Errors in Wild 15-11 Win

"The Mets blasted seven home runs it needed every one of them to beat the Cincinnati Reds fifteen to eleven in eleven innings I'm not scored five in the top of the eleventh including a three run Homer by Kevin Polari in a solo shot by Michael Conforto to finally secure the win after the rent to tie the game with runs in the bottom of the ninth and tenth innings Conforto also homered earlier along with Tom Smith Pete Alonso Jeff McNeil and James McCann the cans came as a pinch hitter in the eighth inning yes it was up and down a lot of the changes but I don't think guys waiver for one minute think guys you know can I guess I just kept chipping away the reddit now lost all four games since the all star break I'm John Merriam

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Israeli Spyware Used to Target Journalists, Activists, Lawyers Around the World

BBC World Service

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Israeli Spyware Used to Target Journalists, Activists, Lawyers Around the World

"Of 16 media organizations has published what it says is evidence that software produced by an Israeli surveillance company, so is being used to spy on human rights activists, journalists and lawyers around the world. And so has acknowledged that it produced provides to legitimate intelligence agencies spyware able to secretly hacked into phones of criminal and terrorist suspects. But it says the allegations the technology is being misused is untrue. Bill Maher Track is a researcher who discovered how the software hacks phones and he explains how it works. Originally it required the target to click on a link to facilitate the hacking of the phone. But nowadays the spyware system uses what is called zero click technique, meaning that the government can hack the phone without the target. Having to take any action. Your phone can be sitting on the table. One minute it's fine the next minute it's compromised.

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One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day - Great Leaders Create Legacy Leaders

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day - Great Leaders Create Legacy Leaders

"Leaders create legacy leaders. Welcome to today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by the leadership live style podcasts. A legacy leaders. Those are leaders. You create when you leave behind. I was thinking of the the country song by george jones. Who's gonna fill their shoes. Stay on all these legends and country music and who's gonna replace them in who's gonna replace you a true. Lear creates other leaders to take their place in that takes a lot of time. Takes trust building takes on a mentorship but it is so rewarding when you can look back and see that and when you hire somebody developed somebody and really brought them to a whole 'nother level so when you leave you know that they're in place so create legacy leaders that is the true mission of a great

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One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: How Can You Get More Time?

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

01:01 min | 2 months ago

One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: How Can You Get More Time?

"How can you get more time. Welcome today's leadership thought of the day brought to either leadership lifestyle. podcast time. This is something that everybody struggles with. Everybody wants more oven. You can't make more of it. You can only use it effectively so when i think about time i often think about dave ramsey the financial grew. And how he assigns a dollar to every name before the month begins before it spent before the income starts coming in. It's already assigned where it's going and you already feel like you've gotten a raised just by doing that. Well what if you did that with time. Really assign your hours of the day not being awake more not lack asleep but really aside even in your personal time is nurseries at sounds but just to get more time or you more productive time to get things done you wanna do and start doing some other things. Maybe you're not doing and get rid of some of those things are just wasting your time and not moving you forward so look at time. Like dave ramsey looks at money. Today's leadership thought of the day brought to leadership lifestyle. Podcast grow yourself just a little bit

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One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: Know Your Role

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

One Minute Leadership Thought of the Day: Know Your Role

"We all work here. We just have differ responsibilities. Welcome to today's leadership. Thought of the day brought to you by the leadership lifestyle. Podcast so if you are a really trying to break down trying to break down differences between different levels of your organization i mean. There's already this inherent Org chart this hierarchy. And if you wanna kind of breakthrough that a great way to be thinking about how everybody interacts with each other is. Hey we all work here. We just have different abilities. I know at my title. Is i know what your title is. I know people in the c. suite get paid more. They're responsible for. I get all that but just to hook to each other like we're on the same team because you know what we're on the same team so that's today's leadership a lesson of the day or thought of the day of rossi by leadership lifestyle. Podcast grow yourself just a little bit more.

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Cant See the Forest for the Trees

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

02:37 min | 2 months ago

Cant See the Forest for the Trees

"I just had a major breakthrough moment the other day about this rough patch that i've been going through and i shared with you guys a few weeks ago that i've been going through a rough spot and at the time i couldn't pinpoint what was happening Because i was too close to it. But i knew like my energy was down. I wasn't following through on things. But you know when you're in it you're in it and you can't always see the pieces clearly because you're just in it and you know that saying you can't see the forest for the trees. I didn't understand what that meant for a long time. And it's only been in the last few years that i've come to understand what it really means and it makes sense to me and this is exactly what i just went through so when you're in the middle of your life in the minutia the day-to-day stuff you're in survival mode. Like jumping from one minute to the next trying to keep it all together. The kids in schools in pick ups and drop offs and working spouses and houses. And i mean it's a lot right. You're just trying to keep it all together. That's the trees you're in the trees and when you take a breath and look up all you can see. Are the trees all you can see over the next five things you have to do. And the last five things. You didn't get done right like that's the trees but if you could jump in a helicopter and fly up above the trees and look down you see the whole forest when you have that thirty thousand foot view the past becomes more and yes. I know helicopters. Don't go thirty thousand feet airplanes thirty thousand feet. But you know what i'm saying. You can look down on the whole forest in easily. See the path. You can see where to go where to turn left go straight turn right because you're looking down on the whole picture. That whole picture is your life but when you're in the trees yet can't see the path because you look up and see nothing but trees you can't see the forest for the trees. That's how i describe the value coaching too. By the way you hire a coach or mentor because they have the thirty thousand foot view and then they can see all the moves where all you can see are the trees. You need the person that isn't so close to it to see accurately what moves need to be made.

WSJ's John Lott Hoaxed Into Scam by Gun-Control Organization

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

WSJ's John Lott Hoaxed Into Scam by Gun-Control Organization

"So the group then posted a deceptively edited one minute video with excerpts from my speech. Claims, for instance, that I am working to block background checks. In fact, my talk focused on how to fix the system. That discriminates against minorities and the poor. I made two points. First President Biden. Another Democrats claim that three million prohibited people have been stopped from buying guns because the background checks that's false. There's a massive error rate in the background Check system. Some 99% of the dials. Denials are law abiding people who are improperly stopped. Did you know that? The system. Discriminates. Most against black and Hispanic males. When I worked at the U. S Justice Department, I saw data showing that the error rate for black males is more than three times to share the population. Hispanic males 2.5 Times, I pointed out This could be easily fixed if the federal government held its own background checks to the same standard as private company second. Background checks are expensive. When I send gun control advocates and Democrats will fight you tooth and now I was talking about their effort to block these reasonable changes. CNN. Like other news outlets, mention my concern about the edits, but it then quotes a change the ref represented. There was no editing. The group refuses to release the full video, of course. If gun control activists had confidence in their arguments, they wouldn't find it necessary to lie, alter and misstate what other people have said Although I got my honorarium, I still haven't been reimbursed. Their travel expenses. John Lott, crime prevention researcher. What a lousy low life deal that was, wasn't it? Mr Producer? Just sickening and they plotting and planning these evil bastards.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

03:31 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"The con- the construct that ken blanchard provides in the one minute. Reprimand recalls it. A one minute. Redirect uses the term. Reprimand redirect interchangeably. Provide you exactly the information. You need to overcome your natural resistance to confront and do it in a positive effective way in less than a minute. Hey we can do anything for a minute right narran. Yes i mean you can put on this hat for a minute. And ken walks through it. Exactly what you need to do including breaking it down into what you do in the first thirty seconds on what you do in the second thirty seconds and you can do this and it is You know maybe you're not going to become you know a trial attorney your next career. That's pretty clear. I don't think there's any trial attorneys that are high s.'s in the dnc personality style. But you don't have to but you do have to overcome your natural resistance towards dealing with conflict and be able to deal with because if you don't if you simply sweep it under the rug than you are condoning that behavior all the same and that's not something you want to do well This has been a fun Thriving dennis show the one minute manager dentists style. Hope you've learned some things to to manage your practice as we kind of. Come to the finish line and i wanna thank you For co hosting this podcast with me. Thank you and your amazing team. I think you're one hundred seventy four fulltime team members. Now yes in ecuador. thanks for all you do To help provide my practice with the not only the number of new patients. We need and want but the quality of the new patients as well Also want to thank our listeners. We appreciate each and every one of you. We love what we do at thriving. Show couldn't do it without u Three things you can do support us. You can tell a colleague about the show. We always have room for more listeners. sheriff the thriving. Dennis show with a friend. Second thing you can do is you can jump on itunes review A review eighteen helps more denis. Find us and the third thing that you can do is you can hit the subscribe button when you hit subscribe. You do an itunes. Google play spotify apple music amazon music. Whatever your podcast. Directory of choices hit subscribe and that means every wednesday when we upload a new show. It'll be automatically uploaded for your listening convenience on that note. Thank you for the privilege of your time. And we look forward to connect him with you on the next thriving. Dennis show when you abby a spile smile and don't let them know they have one way you show the hurt inside because they will soon be when you three as big as she rendered by trump's when you train tree..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Natural resistance towards dealing with conflict and be able to deal with because if you don't if you simply sweep it under the rug than you are condoning that behavior all the same and that's not something you want to do well This has been a fun Thriving dennis show the one minute manager dentists style. Hope you've learned some things to to manage your practice as we kind of come to the finish line and i wanna thank you Thank for co hosting this podcast with me. Thank you and your amazing team. I think you're one hundred seventy four fulltime team members. Now yes in ecuador. thanks for all you do To help provide my practice with the not only the number of new patients. We need and want but the quality of the new patients as well Also want to thank our listeners. We appreciate each and every one of you. We love what we do at thriving. Show couldn't do it without you Three things you can do support us. You can tell a colleague about the show. We always have room for more listeners. sheriff the thriving. Dennis show with a friend. Second thing you can do is you can jump on itunes or rights review A review eighteen helps more denis. Find us and the third thing that you can do is you can hit the subscribe button when hit subscribe. You do an itunes. Google play spotify apple music amazon music. Whatever your podcast. Directory of choices hit subscribe and that means every wednesday when we upload a new show. It'll be automatically uploaded for your listening convenience on that note. Thank you for the privilege of your time. And we look forward to connect him with you on the next thriving. Dennis show when you abby.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"To do the work. That's going to be required to fill dr paul scheduled to go And i've noticed that this week. We haven't done great at filling dr paul to goal and you've acknowledged that you simply haven't taken the time to excuses help from the desk to do that and You know i. I feel like an now. We're gonna describe how i feel. I feel like you would be so effective with this. You have the skills if you would just take the time and i know it's not always easy to go to your team members But i feel like you'd be so effective if you just took the time to do this. Now we go into the second half remind him how much you value them. Let them know how much you valley reaffirm that you think well of them but not the situation and then you finish with a comment. Something like this meg. I know when you think about this and you get the benefit of some time and some reflection you will reevaluate how you spend your time And you'll be able to redirect it In a result that's going to help us Allow you to scheduled doctrine poltical and meg. I have one hundred percent confidence in you. That when you make those Minor changes it's gonna make a massive difference in your end result and that's the end of the one-minute reprimand so there. We have it near. That's a quick summary of the book. Minute goals one minute phrasings. One minute reprimands and they really are one minute and it really can.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Encourage them And say you know carly Again i wanna thank you and just recognize how you put heart and soul into every day and how much that means to me. There's the one minute praising right there near it. How's that sound. I love it getty. I think this is such an important thing you know. This is something wrong with struggled with it. But i think it's valuable especially if you're a owner slash leader of a group. You know you need to appreciate people. And i think the fact that you can do it in a minute. I think now means more people can. Hopefully you know. Give it a shot and make it a habit now. Let's go to the other side. The one minute reprimand. I love this one. This one may be my favorite part of the book because it gives us a construct To make correction where correction is is required. And by the way. I'm getting courage you to make correction because if you don't make corrections you're condoning the behavior. So here's some keys to the one-minute reprimand add He breaks it down. Kim breaks down into what you do in the first thirty seconds of what. You're doing the second thirty seconds and it's very very very effective so number one you let your team members know that you're always going to have an open format to provide a critique and redirection when required and the reason we do that as we simply want be better tomorrow than we are today so let them know that And again you wanna do it in real time as much as that is practical may not be possible to do it in real time because of the same conditions that exist in one minute praising but you wanna make sure you it before the end of the day tell them what they did wrong and be specific and don't sugar coat it tell them what they did wrong Tell them how that made you feel pause at that point. That's the first thirty seconds right there. Tell them how it made you feel And it might sound like You know make. We talked about the fact that you may need time to excuse yourself from the front desk with the the everyday activities of checking people in checking them out answering the phone In order to work on to do the work. That's going to be required to fill dr paul scheduled to go And i've noticed that this week. We haven't done great at filling dr paul to goal and you've acknowledged that you simply haven't taken the time to excuses help from the desk to do that and You know i. I feel like an now. We're gonna describe how i feel. I feel like you would be so effective with this. You have the skills if you would just take the time and i know it's not always easy to go to your team members But i feel like you'd be so effective if you just took the time to do this. Now we go into the second half remind him how much you value them. Let them know how much you valley reaffirm that you think well of them but not the situation and then you finish with a comment. Something like this meg. I know when you think about this and you get the benefit of some time and some reflection you will reevaluate how you spend your time And you'll be able to redirect it In a result that's going to help us Allow you to scheduled doctrine poltical and meg. I have one hundred percent confidence in you. That when you make those minor changes it's gonna make a massive difference in your end result and that's the end of the one-minute reprimand so there. We have it near. That's a quick summary of of the book minute goals one minute praising ze one minute reprimands and they really are one minute and it really can.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"I wanna thank you and just recognize how you put heart and soul into every day and how much that means to me. There's the one minute praising right there near it. How's that sound. I love it getty. I think this is such an important thing you know. This is something wrong with struggled with it. But i think it's valuable especially if you're a owner slash leader of a group. You know you need to appreciate people. And i think the fact that you can do it in a minute. Think now means more people can. Hopefully you know. Give it a shot and make it a habit. Now let's go to the other side. The one minute reprimand. I love this one. This one may be my favorite part of the book because it gives us a construct To make correction where correction is is required. And by the way. I'm getting courage you to make correction because if you don't make corrections you're condoning the behavior. So here's some keys to the one-minute reprimand add He breaks it down. Kim breaks down into what you do in the first thirty seconds of what. You're doing the second thirty seconds and it's very very very effective so number one you let your team members know that you're always going to have an open format to provide a critique and redirection when required and the reason we do that as we simply want be better tomorrow than we are today so let them know that And again you wanna do it in real time as much as that is practical may not be possible to do it in real time because of the same conditions that exist in one minute praising but you wanna make sure you it before the end of the day tell them what they did wrong and be specific and don't sugar coat it tell them what they did wrong Tell them how that made you feel pause at that point. That's the first thirty seconds right there. Tell them how it made you feel And it might sound like You know we talked about the fact that you may need time to excuse yourself from the front desk with the the everyday activities of checking people in checking them out answering the phone In.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

05:59 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"We're going to be evaluating your performance is your success at scheduling dr paul to goal. Now you're going to be many things for us. The list of duties as many many many but the most important by far is scheduling. Dr paul to goal Everything else takes a backseat and and make if you do everything else well but fail as scheduling him to goal. Then you're not going to get a good review and so i said to meg. Would you please repeat back to me what you just heard from me. And she smiled and she said remember. This is someone that i knew from before. So she could maybe talk to me a little more casually because we knew each other she said basically what i heard gary is if i would like to keep this job and let me tell you right now gary that i would i truly would appreciate keeping his job then i'm gonna be successful at scheduling detrick portugal. And i said ding ding ding ding. Ding you got it. I can't dr walter goal to go so step. Four is with your team member read and reread each goal. There may be multiples but read and reread periodically number five. Take time to review the goals. Take time to review them to make sure they're still in a match up with what you expect in your practice And finally you want to evaluate. Does the behavior of your team member matched the goal. Let me explain that last one. Does the behavior routine member match the goal and let me describe it in a very contemporary way. Narron in terms of what's happening in the practice right now. They'll gave i do that. You have to so right now. The schedule has more Movement in than normal times. Because we're still in the covid era and there are people that will change appointments. Because perhaps they've been exposed to the virus or they're waiting for test results or whatever and we're having more movement on the schedule then we would during non kobe times. And that's something that every practice in the countries experiencing sense. Yes and so what. I've told my doctor paul scheduling coordinator. My doctor tim scheduling coordinator and my hygiene scheduling coordinator is in order for you to achieve the results that we want. You may have to take yourself off of the frontline. Take yourself off of your the hotseat answering phones checking people in and check him out and actually we have a back office area where they can work where you put your head down. And you work on filling dr paul. Dc to go filling veteran. Tim digal or filling hygiene to ninety two percent or above capacity for the month. And you may need to do that. if you've done everything you can and you've taken time away to work on the schedule and and it hasn't worked out okay with that but what i'm not okay with is that i haven't had time to work on the schedule because i've been distracted by everything else that means that the team member doesn't understand the priorities. So what you wanna do. Is you want to make sure that their behavior matches the ability to achieve the goal. That make sense yes. So that's one minute goals you know in a nutshell. One miracles literally in in in six steps So number one agree on the goals. Number two Describe what good behavior looks like number three right out the goal in less than two hundred and fifty words not easy by the way Read and reread each goal To make sure it's consistent Take a minute to review the goals with your team member and evaluate their behavior to make sure it matches the goals now. Let's talk about one minute. Praising praising all about providing team members the recognition and appreciation that they so desperately crave and they desperately crave recognition and appreciation. They want recognition and appreciation. When we've done surveys on this there's been hundreds of surveys and they want recognition and appreciation more than they want more money and so He has again a simple process to to to follow Be direct to be direct. Let them know how they've done. So catch your team members doing good things and tell them number to try to do it in is as close to real time as you can as close to real time as you can't. Sometimes you can't do it in real time because you might not wanna do that in front of a patient Or it might not be the right time but By all means wanna make sure that before you leave today that you recognize something that you saw them do good today. That's close to real time number three. Be as specific as possible. Be as specific as you get. So it's one thing to say carly you did a great job and feels warm and fuzzy. But it's way more effective if we're specific carly. I happened to be walking down the hallway when you had that patient was checking out from hygiene and i noticed that she had many many many many questions and i just want to tell you that i so appreciate the patience that you took With that patient you are so patient. and you answered every one of our key questions and you did it in a way. That i'm sure that patients so good when she left that's a very different praise than you did. A good job Notice the next point. Tell them how good you feel. And carly that just made me so happy when we want to provide everyone or patients with a great experience and that made me so happy to see you providing that patient with the good experience of being comfortable to ask questions and getting oliver questions answered.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"For test results or whatever and we're having more movement on the schedule then we would during non kobe times. And that's something that every practice in the countries experiencing sense. Yes and so what. I've told my doctor paul scheduling coordinator my doctor tim scheduling coordinator and my hygiene scheduling coordinator is in order for you to achieve the results that we want. You may have to take yourself off of the frontline. Take yourself off of your the hotseat answering phones checking people in and check him out and actually we have a back office area where they can work where you put your head down. And you work on filling dr paul. Dc to go filling veteran. Tim digal or filling hygiene to ninety two percent or above capacity for the month. And you may need to do that. if you've done everything you can and you've taken time away to work on the schedule and and it hasn't worked out okay with that but what i'm not okay with is if you say. I haven't had time to work on the schedule. Because i've been distracted by everything else. That means that the team member doesn't understand the priorities. So what you wanna do. Is you want to make sure that their behavior matches the ability to achieve the goal. That make sense yes. So that's one minute goals you know in a nutshell. One miracles literally in in in six steps So number one agree on the goals. Number two Describe what good behavior looks like number three right out the goal in less than two hundred and fifty words not easy by the way Read and reread each goal To make sure it's consistent Take a minute to review the goals with your team member and evaluate their behavior to make sure it matches eagles now. Let's talk about one minute. Praising praising all about providing team members the recognition and appreciation that they so desperately crave and they desperately crave recognition and appreciation. They want recognition and appreciation. When we've done surveys on this there's been hundreds of surveys and they want recognition and appreciation more than they want more money and so He has again a simple process to to to follow Be direct to be direct. Let them know how they've done. So catch your team members doing good things and tell them number to try to do it in is as close to real time as you can as close to real time as you can't. Sometimes you can't do it in real time because you might not wanna do that in front of a patient Or it might not be the right time but By all means wanna make sure that before you leave today that you recognize something that you saw them do good today. That's close to real time number three. Be as specific as possible. Be as specific as you get. So it's one thing to say carly you did a great job and feels warm and fuzzy. But it's way more effective if we're specific carly. I happened to be walking down the hallway when you had that patient was checking out from hygiene and i noticed that she had many many many many questions. And i just want to tell you that i so appreciate the patients that you took With that patient you are so patient. and you answered every one of our key questions and you did it in a way. That i'm sure that patients so good when she left that's a very different praise than you did. A good job Notice the next point. Tell them how good you feel..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

06:02 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"One minute praising each one of our team members one minute reprimands now narrowed. It almost sounds too simple. Doesn't it does. And i think the key lesson that i got out of it at least not now but looking i mean not then i read the book but looking back twenty years later is like michael jordan said i remember living in chicago. It's about the fundamental. It's about the basics so you said something you know. Is it that easy madman so easy but most of us get so caught up in the complicated stuff which is all made up by some expert to make himself or herself look smart and we miss the basics fundamentals in this book. He's about the fundamentals the basics and on many levels One could say that a dental practice is a complicated sophisticated business. Would you agree. i would. Yeah in many ways you look at the materials that we use you look at the technology that we use you look at the human relationship skills that we have to master on one level. You could look at it As a complex business with many moving parts that would be in my opinion an accurate way to look at what we do but when you start to take away everything. It's actually a fairly simple business. Would you agree. Yes yes. I have seen you do that with your clients. Gary like many of your clients are going ten percent month after month consistently and it's because and there aren't working harder. they're not pulling their. I'm i'm working less. That was the revelation happened with many of our clients. You know we've been working. I've been doing this long enough to follow dennis throughout their entire career in fact little Little aside here when i hung shingle and started my own consulting firm in one thousand nine hundred nine a prior to nineteen eighty-nine. I'd worked in two different large consulting firms and over that The decade of the nineteen eighties. I had the privilege of working with about five hundred deaths and nineteen ninety. I thought well. I think i know enough My wife therese was a kindergarten teacher. We had two children at the time Later to become four but we decided that We would live on a kindergarten teacher salary. And i would start my coaching firm And we hope for the best and we took a leap and we did it And a young dentist from santa barbara became my very first client. That was one thousand nine hundred nine and he still a client of mine today This is now what thirty two years later Let's just say he's not a young guy anymore still has rubies not a young dentist and i've had the great privilege of working with him throughout his entire career And you know one of the things that i've noticed is when we when we really distill our business down to the fundamentals it indeed could be complex one could view it as complex but also in terms of what we need to get right We can we can distill it down to some fundamentals and then perfect those fundamentals So let's talk about the one minute goals Because in the book talks a great deal about about these goals and it kinda breaks down Into a six different steps number one is agree on the goal. So let me. i'm gonna. I'm gonna make this very dental specific so near and let's say i'm having a conversation with my doctor scheduling coordinator and the number one goal that i want her to embrace his her number. One goal is to schedule dr to goal every day. This is the doctor scheduling coordinator is scheduled doctor to goal every day. And so we have to have a number that She's working for to schedule him to goal. And that number You know can be Can be something that we modify over time increases. But she's now going to know what that is so we re on the goals Number two Is we show her. What good performance looks like. We sure what good performance looks like at that meaning that hey let me show. you know. we're maybe this is an office where the doctor works. Four days a week And we talk about how A achieving this daily production goal is going to look throughout the week. How does that look. Step three right out the goal in less than two hundred and fifty words less than two hundred fifty words and nerine. I've discovered that sometimes it's much more difficult to be precise with your language. Then it is to be long winded in wording. Yeah i heard them that. Jeff bezos one of the practices. Anytime they have a meeting the person who has to write like a few like. I don't know one or two pages. Because if they can't summarize and explain it in one or two pages everyone is wasting their time. Just going around and don's anytime somebody pitches a new idea of something new they need to do. You need to have that solid document as you won't even have a meeting with you. And so the example. And i'll actually use my own example in my own practice about this We had an opportunity to hiring new scheduling coordinator for dr paul And again i'm sticking with my example of a doctor scheduling coordinator and This is a woman that i knew prior to interviewing for this job so perhaps i could talk to her in an interview in a more casual way because i knew her and so. I explained meg that we're going to do reviews a we do this for all of our team members and when we do the review for you The number one way.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"One minute reprimands now narrowed. It almost sounds too simple. Doesn't it does. And i think the key lesson that i got out of it at least not now but looking not then when i read the book but looking back twenty years later is like michael jordan said i remember living in chicago. It's about the fundamental. It's about the basics so you said something you know is it that disease management so easy but most of us get so caught up in the complicated stuff which is all made up by some expert to make himself or herself look smart and we miss the basics fundamentals in this book. He's about the fundamentals the basics and on many levels One could say that a dental practice is a complicated sophisticated business. Would you agree. i would. Yeah in many ways you look at the materials that we use you look at the technology that we use you look at the human relationship skills that we have to master on one level. You could look at it As a complex business with many moving parts that would be in my opinion an accurate way to look at what we do but when you start to take away everything. It's actually a fairly simple business. Would you agree. Yes yes. I have seen you do that with your clients. Gary like many of your clients are going ten percent month after month consistently and it's because and there aren't working harder. they're not pulling their. I'm i'm working less. That was the revelation happened with many of our clients. You know we've been working. I've been doing this long enough to follow dennis throughout their entire career in fact little Little aside here when i hung shingle and started my own consulting firm in one thousand nine hundred nine a prior to nineteen eighty-nine. I'd worked in two different large consulting firms and over that The decade of the nineteen eighties. I had the privilege of working with about five hundred deaths and nineteen ninety. I thought well. I think i know enough My wife therese was a kindergarten teacher. We had two children at the time Later to become four but we decided that We would live on a kindergarten teacher salary. And i would start my coaching firm. And we hope for the best and we took a leap and we did it And a young dentist from santa barbara became my very first client. That was one thousand nine hundred nine and he still a client of mine today This is now what thirty two years later Let's just say he's not a young guy anymore still has rubies not a young dentist and i've had the great privilege of working with him throughout his entire career And you know one of the things that i've noticed is when we when we really distill our business down to the fundamentals it indeed could be complex one could view it as complex but also in terms of what we need to get right We can we can distill it down to some fundamentals and then perfect those fundamentals So let's talk about the one minute goals Because in the book talks a great deal about about these goals and it kinda breaks down Into a six different steps number one is agree on the goal. So let me. i'm gonna. I'm gonna make this very dental specific so near and let's say i'm having a conversation with my doctor scheduling coordinator and the number one goal that i want her to embrace his her number. One goal is to schedule dr to goal every day. This is the doctor scheduling coordinator is scheduled doctor to goal every day. And so we have to have a number that She's working for to schedule him to goal..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"The one minute manager is he's really sort of distilled it to just what you need to do Without a lot of theory without academics without a lot of You know superfluous information that is probably beyond the interest of most dentists business owners. It's really just what you need to know. So we decided you err we share some common clients you know that we do book club With with my clients and this is a book that we're currently doing In book club. It's a very easy read. It's a very quick read We thought it might make a great topic for the thriving. Dentist show to share some information with you so hey let's let's take a dive into this because it truly. Although the title is provocative the one minute manager. It almost sounds too good to be true. Doesn't he does does and yet. I'm gonna politely suggest that it's not too good to be true. Because it actually is the information distilled down to things that you can manage and you can do in one minute which sounds Very unrealistic but in fact time and time and time again i've used these concepts myself in my businesses And they've worked extremely well. The story itself is a parable. And it's a parable of a young manager so the parable is a young manager who once to be managed by an effective manager. He's trying to learn his craft as a manager and he wants to experience what it feels like to be led by an effective manager. And he can't seem to find that in his career path so he decides to pursue it on his own to become the one minute manager on his own. That's the basis of the book in terms of the parable form. So he kinda stills it down into three segments and let me talk about what. those three segments are Number one seven number. One is one minute goltz. One minute goltz and we'll talk about each one of these in detail. Number two is one minute praising One minute ix and number three one minute reprimands reprimands one. Minute reprimands so there. You have it one minute. Goals with each one of our team members. One minute praising.

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Thriving dentist show. This is the thriving dentist coaching and action segment. Hope you enjoyed dr brian. Harris's tip the coaching and action segment. Today is on the one minute manager. Dentist type i'm reading your co host. Gary i read this book. I believe in my early twenties. I still remember. This was my days as an employee. So this is before i got fired for the full time row and decided to start my business and i said at a bookstore i think. Probably it's barnes and noble. I can't remember the exact name back. Then and i think i usually on the weekend as a bachelor it would go there and spend some some of the i was all by myself and I remember you know having a coffee and reading this book literally. I finished the book. So i ended up buying it but by the time body vetted So it's a great book. It's a classic. It taught me a lot about management. I know you're a huge fan of this book So i really appreciate you taking the time to kind of distillate. Personalize it for the dental community because of course dental practices are unique in our. You have a doctor. Who's also an entrepreneur slash manages. How do you make it all work in the dental world. Yeah you know narran I'm thrilled that you were drawn to this book early in your career. As was i Ken blanchard is is the author and Ken deserves a lot of credit for a a real practical book on how to be an effective manager and One of the reasons. Why i think this worked so well in dentistry near in that There are some outlier dentists that that really do enjoy everything about business in everything about business management and some have even gone as far as to get an mba however those are very much outliers. Would you agree. I agree. I think i mean the people who decide to become dentists. They don't become to decide to become dentists because they enjoy business. They decided to become dentists because they enjoy taking care of people healing people so the manager they would have gotten an mba yes instead of a dds or d. md degree would have got an mba. What they really want to do is they wanna put their head down and and do clinical dentistry and and they if they're an owner. They want the practice to kind of manage itself. And i think that's Truth be told. I think that's what most dennis want. However in reality the dentist as an owner has to develop some management skills. But they don't necessarily want to invest two years postgraduate education to get an mba. They just want to know. What do i need to do to. Successfully ineffectively manage my practice absolutely. I totally totally agree. And they've already spent hundreds of thousands getting their dds md view. Two thousand dollars more and there are dentists that if we can talk about you know Some speed bumps to avoid there are some dennis That have perhaps thought. Just hire an office manager. And then i will do. My thing office manager will will do their thing I don't need to worry about any of that. And i would say that's a classic mistake like advocates as opposed to delegation very advocate. Your responsibility right to be effective You you have to have some management skills in your practice. But what. I like about this book that that can blanchard has done. The one minute manager is he's really sort of distilled it to just what you need to do Without a lot of theory without academics without a lot of You know superfluous information that is probably beyond the interest of most dentists business owners. It's really just what you need to know. So we decided you erin. We share some common clients. You know that we do book club. with with my clients and this is a book that we're currently doing In book club. It's a very easy read. It's a very quick read We thought it might make a great topic for the thriving. Dentist show to share some information with you so hey let's let's take a dive into this because it truly. Although the title is provocative the one minute manager. It almost sounds too good to be true. Doesn't he does does and yet. I'm gonna politely suggest that it's not too good to be true. Because it actually is the information distilled down to things that you can manage and you can do in one minute which sounds Very unrealistic but in fact time and time and time again i've used these concepts myself in my businesses And they've worked extremely well. The story itself is a parable. And it's a parable of a young manager so the parable is a young manager who once to be managed by an effective manager. He's trying to learn his craft as a manager and he wants to experience what it feels like to be led by an effective manager. And he can't seem to find that in his career path so he decides to pursue it on his own to become the one minute manager on his own. That's the basis of the book in terms of the parable form. So he kinda stills it down into three segments and let me talk about what. those three segments are Number one seven number. One is one minute goltz. One minute goltz and we'll talk about each one of these in detail. Number two is one minute praising One minute ix and number three one minute reprimands reprimands one. Minute reprimands so there. You have it one minute. Goals with each one of our team members..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

The Thriving Dentist Show

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"To thriving. Dentist show this is the thriving dentist coaching and action segment. Hope you enjoyed dr brian. Harris's tip the coaching and action segment. Today is on the one minute manager. Dentist type i'm reading your co host. Gary i read this book. I believe in my early twenties. I still remember. This was my days as an employee. So this is before i got fired for the full time in and decided to start my business and i said at a bookstore i think. Probably it's barnes and noble. I can't remember the exact name back. Then and i think i usually on the weekend as a bachelor it would go there and spend some some of the i was all by myself and I remember you know having a coffee and reading this book literally. I finished the book. So i ended up buying it but by the time body vetted So it's a great book. It's a classic. It taught me a lot about management. I know you're a huge fan of this book So i really appreciate you taking the time to kind of distillate. Personalize it for the dental community because of course dental practices are unique in our. You have a doctor. Who's also an entrepreneur slash manages. How do you make it all work in the dental world. Yeah you know narran I'm thrilled that you were drawn to this book early in your career. As was i Ken blanchard is is the author and Ken deserves a lot of credit for a a real practical book on how to be an effective manager and One of the reasons. Why i think this worked so well. In dentistry near an is that There are some outlier dentists that that really do enjoy everything about business in everything about business management and some have even gone as far as to get an mba however those are very much outliers. Would you agree i agree. I think i mean the people who decide to become dentists. They don't become to decide to become dentists because they enjoy business. They decided to become dentists because they enjoy taking care of people healing people so the more they wanted to be a manager they would have gotten an mba yes instead of a dds or d. Md degree would have got an mba. What they really want to do is they wanna put their head down and and do clinical dentistry and and they if they're an owner. They want the practice to kind of manage itself. And i think that's Truth be told. I think that's what most dennis want. However in reality the dentist as an owner has to develop some management skills. But they don't necessarily want to invest two years postgraduate education to get an mba. They just want to know. What do i need to do to. Successfully ineffectively manage my practice absolutely. I totally totally agree. And they've already spent hundreds of thousands getting their dds md view. Two thousand dollars more and there are dentists that if we can talk about you know Some speed bumps to avoid there are some dennis That have perhaps thought. I'll just hire an office manager. And then i will do my thing. My office manager will will do their thing I don't need to worry about any of that. And i would say that's a classic mistake like advocates as opposed to delegation very advocate. Your responsibility right to be effective You you have to have some management skills in your practice. But what. I like about this book that that can blanchard has done..

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The Thriving Dentist Show

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show

"Yes is the thriving. Dentist show with gary tax where we help you develop your ideal dental practice. One that provides personal professional and financial satisfaction. Welcome to another episode of the thriving. Dennis show i'm gary texture. Podcast co host We have a great episode for you today. it's titled the one minute manager. Dentist style you know. Some of you may be familiar with the epic book that was written by ken. Blanchard culpa one minute manager and we're gonna share information from that book adapted to our profession and show you how to be an effective one minute. Dentist manager you're really in.

"one minute" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

02:36 min | 5 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"How's this work comes when you did it with zor again. This is just a wrangle moms. But you did was well at first time doing by myself. Because i was just you could just do it and then i thought like oh. I brought it up with cirque season. He's like yeah. I would do that too and to me. It's like a telling each other the story of each other's life and also feel like you could leave it behind eventually. I wanna post it. You could post it. You could add pictures and things like that and what they do. Is you pick the frequency and they send you a question. I picked a every week. And when i don't have time every week i picked every other week. You a question and you just answer like what was your first job. was What were you good at in school. Like regular questions. That i think like even if your mom i guess for for this. Even if she's not like a person who types and who does the story. I imagine being on the phone going on. What was your first job like and typing away and then a few weeks in you have a book about your mom and you can put Pictures and they just let you drop it right in there so all of a sudden and you could you could press a button. You get a bound and it's a real book so whether you're doing it and exchanging it with someone or like giving it to someone for them to do i know that Our parents didn't really like parents tend to end up sharing the same three stories that you kind of know right so this is like hey what about this other thing that happened and all of a sudden you know when you ask people personal questions like that. That are light on the. It's not like a who'd you kill. I why are you. Why are you going to computer. That's one minute at a time like it's very scary. You're you're doing things like oh what was high school like. And if that's not a good question What was your first job. Did you ever have a pet things that lake and the other person answers because the feels it's weird if feel like i think my dad would answer those things as opposed to talking to me that if we were talking. He's like well. That's a third party in this. And i i'm i'm responsible to answer this but if they're just asking well Hide secrets right. There's like a little less emotion happening in a little more. Just straight the story. Yes and by the time. I'm done with this. I'm going to have an autobiography. Yeah after one year story worth will complete all the stories including photos a beautiful keep saying Keepsake book that's shipped to you for free. Okay so give.

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"one minute" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

04:04 min | 9 months ago

"one minute" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to take one minute for anticipation pushing a little treat forward. Just a bit can extend your pleasure and make the experience more fun sometimes in the afternoon. I like to make myself a cup of tea. And i've been trying different brands and i recently bought one that came with a more elaborate set of instructions than the usual heat water steeped the tea bag routine. This one noted that while the water was heating. You should take a moment for anticipation. I guess of the great tea experience that was about to come. It's a little silly but on the other hand it's not a bad idea. These days you can get a lot of what you want really quickly. I'm old enough to remember. Having to wait for special movies like the wizard of oz to be played on tv or driving around hoping to hear a new song on the radio these days. You just download or stream whatever you want whenever you want. No one particularly likes waiting. But anticipation is a special kind of waiting. There's a much more exciting connotation to this waiting than standing in line at the dmv it is waiting eagerly for something good is coming when we anticipate something we feel some of the same pleasure we will during the event itself only the pleasure can last much longer taking a minute to anticipate the ti- means we're enjoying the t for a minute than we would we slow down. We notice some treats deliberately build the waiting into the process of consumption for a while. I was really into these dark chocolate covered. Frozen banana slices. You had to take them out of the freezer and then let them sit for a minute or two thaw. You didn't want to break your teeth that extra minute kept me from gobbling the chocolates down without savoring them. I don't know if those baby bell cheeses have to be wrapped in those waxes or not. But the process of unwrapping the cheeses makes the snack more of a ritual than otherwise would be. We can build a moment for anticipation into all sorts of things. If you see an email from a friend take a minute to think about your friend and how much you enjoy spending time together before you open the note. If you subscribe to a magazine take a minute to look at the cover headlines and peru's the table of contents and think about what you'd like to read first before you dive in. Maybe don't start the new season of a series as soon as it's available. Take a day or two and designate a time to start watching. You'll stretch out your enjoyment after all. Eventually the good thing will be over. Eventually the christmas presents will be unwrapped. The lights will come down. The chocolate will all be consumed building in a moment for anticipation allows us to push that eventuality forward and stretch the time before. The good thing is over into a higher proportion of armaments so today think about what good thing you can push forward just a little. I don't believe in forcing hardships on ourselves. For no good reason. Life is hard enough as it is but pushing something good forward. A little doesn't introduce a hardship. It maximizes pleasure which i tend to think is a good thing in the meantime this is laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody i'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter. Facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast. P o d.

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"one minute" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

DJ Force X in Conversation

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"one minute" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation

"My very special guest on today's show is Massey. Zemo if you will but he was is like the Qataris for the legendary one minute silence If you any of the people listening to this podcast haven't heard that band going listen to streaming on your spotify is your apple music titles that kind of stuff go listen to. Just by the celebrating twenty thousand anniversary at the moment for their second album..

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"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"one minute" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"I got to get to a much different space of being aware. And I think when you look at the science or meditators, you've got Richard Davidson, I know you've worked with and dials. This research with the Tabet Olympic meditators who meditated for nine years in a cave, for example, versus one minute here. And there during the week how their brains are different. They look different their brain waves or different this shape and size of their brain is different behaviors different their happiness is different. So what is sort of like Goldilocks dose that is really the right dose. We don't, you know, I've asked Richey Davidson, the eminent neuroscientist is really led the charge on brings Antic tools to bear on these inner technologies of meditation and can template of practices. I've asked him and many other neuroscientists who have been looking at meditation. We don't actually know that consensus that I've been able to generate among these folks is if you were to do five minutes a day. Would I've been able to gather from these folks is that they are of the view that that would probably give you access to many of the advertised benefits of meditation. So I think that's the good news. The better news. And now, I'm in the realm of opinion. The better news in my opinion. Is that one minute truly does count. Because what are we trying to do in meditation? We're trying to wake up from the auto pilot of being owned by this sort of malevolent puppeteer in our head ego. My monkey mind, right? And so in a minute, can you sit and then try to focus on your breath, and then get distracted immediately. And in that moment of seeing the distraction. What are you doing? You're waking up your waking up from the dream that we're in of of just being controlled by this thought producing machine in our head. And I think that can happen in a minute. I know it can do I think it would be better to do more. Absolutely. I think if I could snap my fingers and say, yeah, you're everybody in the world's going to do five to ten minutes a day. I would but I can't we're dealing with the fact that we did not evolved. We did not evolve for healthy habit. Evolution didn't care about. You floss your teeth? Evolution cared about you getting.

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