Endo Mastery

DEBRA MILLER

DIRECTOR OF COACHING

Debra has extensive experience in dentistry and currently holds the position as “Director of Coaching” for EndoMastery. Her initial career began as a Registered Dental Assistant leading to managing dental practices in California and Washington. She has been a consultant for three major practice management companies working with endodontists, periodontists, prosthodontists and general dentists. She has held the position of senior trainer specializing in practice analysis. She has a passion for technology and keeping abreast of the latest ways to be efficient and productive. She resides in Blaine Washington with her husband on a historical dairy farm. Her hobbies include zumba, biking, archery, golf, gardening, gourmet supper club and hiking beautiful trails of the North West. It’s the simple pleasures in life that are most important to Debra.

POSTS

Being a Coach for Your Team

For any dental team to grow professionally and achieve higher success, you need to be a coach for them. This requires a different skillset than being a leader or manager. Find out why being a coach is so important and how to do it.

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CRISIS PREPARATION AND LEADERSHIP

An unexpected health crisis brought into sharp focus how everyone must prepare for the unexpected. As the leader of your family and practice, what can you do to be ready in similar circumstances?

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4 ELEMENTS THAT MAKE A GREAT DAY

What goes into making a great day in the practice? Here are the 4 key elements of having a great day in the practice. And, why great days are the only kind of day you should be having.

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ACHIEVING LOVE PEACE AND HAPPINESS

25 years ago, Endo Mastery was founded as Inner Peace Seminars. The promise of that name is a key part of our DNA today and it reflects our vision of success for endodontists. Find out what it could mean for you.

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CHOOSING YOUR BUSINESS FAMILY

Family is so important in life: the people you love, and you can count on them through thick and thin. Having a business family is equally important because you don’t have to figure out everything on your own. Find out why Endo Mastery should be part of yours.

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THE CONSEQUENCES OF BUSINESS GROWTH

An ancient Ethiopian saying goes, “If you pick up one end of the stick, you also pick up the other.” Often interpreted as a warning about unintended consequences, it sounds like good advice for business owners, but can being overly cautious hold you back?

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