Quick Fact: Not Planning = Lost Time
If you don't think you have time to plan and organize, think again!
Take a few minutes (5-10 max.), everyday to regroup, evaluate and plan. Not only does planning reduce your stress and anxiety, it keeps you focused and your priorities on track. Not planning is a major timetrap. Saying you're too busy to plan is an excuse to be reactive rather than proactive. Don't fall into the trap.
Daily planning is preventative, proactive action that works.
The start of 2010 has been quite busy with our many speaking engagements. I would like to thank everyone involved in Yankee Dental Congress 35, Boston's largest conference. The many room monitors and participants of "Go For It! Gettting To Your Goal!" and "Balance? Juggle? Find Time For You!" programs made this conference a wonderful 3 day experience.
Also a big thank you to all who attended The RDH Study Group and Abington Child Study Group. What amazing energy emanated during each of these special events.
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One Final Time Thought!
"The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson