A Note from Jason: During her first fifteen years in sleep medicine, Lesia and her partner Dr. Stacey Layman cofounded both GoGo Billing and GoTo Sleep Center for CPAP Alternatives. Lesia serves as CEO and treatment coordinator for the latter’s three Phoenix-area offices where they’ve treated thousands of OSA patients. She’s lectured across the U.S., trained hundreds of practices, and made zillions of people smile with her raucous laughter and infectious energy. Lesia is also an atrociously off-key singer and an out-of-this-world amateur florist. The following post is longer than most I publish. Lesia’s words of wisdom were featured in…
That vacation is when the real work began. Right-sizing my ego. Heightened awareness about how my words or tone might impact others.
Dr. Glassman’s words of wisdom are excerpted from my book, Transform Dental Sleep: The Step-by-Step Guide to Doubling Your Sleep Patients, Increasing Physician Referrals, Simplifying Processes, & Improving Your Life. Order your copy with this link. It lives up to the title.
Demonstrate a vision is realizable by acknowledging and celebrating progress. Ensure that every team member understands how each of their daily activities contributes to realizing a vision.
If you want to be a dental sleep medicine practitioner, the only way to make it happen is to practice dental sleep medicine.
Start working on yourself. I’ll be here on this road with you, and there are lots of other people out there who want you to think big, live big, LOVE BIG. Here’s the thing: when you consciously create your own life, you inspire others to do the same.
I’ve developed a new mantra. While it arose on my runs, I try to apply the sentiment to all facets of life.
There are no shortcuts to success in sleep medicine. There are no discounts. You have to do the work. That’s the price you pay.
Sleep medicine can be done in a general dental office. In fact, sleep must be done for our general dental patients.
To cultivate a high-performing team, consider the power of the "4 Es": Educate, Equip, Empower, and Encourage.