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 BY DEBRA MILLER

PROGRESS VERSUS PREDICTABILITY

Moving your endodontic practice forward often means wrestling with conflicting priorities. Part of you wants to make changes that will spur growth, while part of you worries about rocking the boat. Learn how to balance priorities without compromising.

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PREDICTING YOUR PRACTICES FUTURE

Continued growth and practice success requires thinking ahead and planning for the future, including assessing the risks you face. Where are endodontists most vulnerable in today’s market?

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GETTING INSPIRED

Very few people can stay invigorated and motivated in isolation. Meeting up with your colleagues outside your practice is vital for leadership and growth.

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LEARNING TO UNLEARN

Sometimes it is your own success that holds you back. It prevents you from seeing or exploring next-level growth options that aren’t aligned with your current knowledge. Here is why unlearning (and relearning) is vital:

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DIAGNOSIS: DOCTOR BURNOUT!

The tricky thing about burnout is that it sneaks up on you, even when you think you are doing all the right things. Here are some tips on where to begin when you start to feel your love of the profession or your practice is lagging.

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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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