You designed it.
I graduated in 1994 with a BDS.
It was the same as every other person who graduated with me from dentistry, at Glasgow (and most other UK universities) that year.
We all went our separate ways and did our different things; some people are happy with the outcomes and some people are not.
I meet many dentists who are dissatisfied or unhappy with the system or their working environment or the career that they’ve chosen or the path that they’ve taken, but the truth of the matter is that they designed and got exactly what they deserved.
If you don’t like it, change it. If you don’t change it, then like it.
Going on and on about how bad things are and how much you don’t want your children to be dentists and how you wish you chosen something else, its facile and a waste of time.
As I signed a thousand documents yesterday, on the construction project of the new practice to do with bank loans and leases and mortgages and all sorts. My lawyer, Rob, was telling us a story of all different areas of work he’d worked in before he became a lawyer.
He’s one of the most un-lawyer like lawyers you are likely to meet and probably because he has a lot of experience and, when he was in business with his partner making lots of money in the far-east, decided to he didn’t like that or wanted to do it anymore and he became a lawyer.
Generally, Rob likes being a lawyer, because generally Rob chose that himself and he designed it.
Blog Post Number - 2027