Dental Team Coach | FEEL, MOVE and CONNECT

Dental Speaker

Exhausted, overwhelmed and burned out. Not the adjectives that we would want to use to describe ourselves, our loved ones or those we work with.

Conversely– energized, strategic and focused is what we would prefer our adverb bank to be filled with!

Why does it look easy for some? Why is it a constant struggle for others and what can we do to make the leap?

  1. Find a way to FEEL what is necessary for you to be nurtured. Sometimes it is a quiet time. Time for you to be in touch with your mind, body, soul and spirit. Time to balance what you know and what you feel. Listen to your body. During the easiest of times, your body will let you know what to do, how to do it and how long it should take. During the endless 12 months of this pandemic, suppressing what your body is telling you may not be the healthiest choice. Choose one small thing that you can do for you that will make you feel nurtured.
  2. Get up and GO. Movement can reinvigorate and reenergize. Do it a little at a time. Find something you like; walk, yoga or simply stretch. Begin at a designated time for a short duration. As time goes on add time or different movement to your routine. Movement will trigger endorphins that reduce pain and trigger pleasure.
  3. CONNECT to others. Call and tell someone that you have been thinking about them. Let them share concerns with you and share your concerns with them. Send an e-mail or an actual note in the USPS. Drop off a meal, snack, fruit basket or seasonal decoration. The isolation of COVID has been costly. Although we cannot physically connect, we can still connect emotionally and spiritually.

It is true that we did not ask for the circumstances that have been given us, but we certainly can maneuver through them with a different attitude by altering the way we FEEL, MOVE and CONNECT. This is an exercise that you can do independently or as a group. You can add this to your morning huddle and/or routine team meetings. What could be better than you personally adding this to your daily routine? Of course! Having a group of like-minded people helping themselves and their team. What if…… we went one step further and got our patients involved and EVERYONE benefited? Remember, this is only a moment in time. Getting through this moment and helping others through this moment will put us all in the best position to thrive instead of just to survive!

Theresa F. Narantic, Inc
Phone: (855) 929-2555

Contact Us

Dental Consultant in Illinois

Dental Consultant Blog

Illinois Dental Consultant

Converting New Patient Calls during an Economic Downturn

March 23, 2020

By Beth Gaddis A lot of people are worried these days. That’s normal. The crazy stock market. Coronavirus. Travel changes. There’s a lot going on in the world. And let’s face it: that may mean fewer people will want, or...

The Pro’s Checklist to Selling A Dental Practice|Dental Consultant

December 17, 2019

As a Dental Consultant and Business Owner for over 16 years, nothing scares me more than a dental practice without a transition plan. So, when a new client informs me they have never even thought about selling their practice and...

Dental Consultant | Windows 7 is Dying––Is your practice prepared?

November 12, 2019

If you haven’t heard by now that support for Windows 7 is ending, you’ve likely been living under a rock. But, just in case that rock has sheltered you from being aware of the dangers that loom, here’s a quick...

Achieve More by Embracing Organization | Dental Consulting

April 15, 2024

In the realm of dental practice, time is undeniably a precious commodity. The efficient management of time can significantly influence the economic prosperity and overall success of your practice. Conversely, disorganization and chaos can hinder productivity, ultimately impacting your practice's...

Strategic Steps for Dental Equipment Investments: A Comprehensive Guide | Dental Office Consulting

April 1, 2024

When it comes to enhancing the efficiency and success of your dental practice, investing in the right dental equipment is crucial. As technology evolves and the needs of your practice change, strategic decision-making becomes even more essential. Here are some...