There are dentists. There are great dentists. And there are dentists who #changethegame; this article and video bellow is about one.
There is a memorable scene in “Inglorious Basterds” – one of Tarantino’s masterpieces. In a German tavern, during the Second World War, Lieutenant Archie Hicox (Michael Fassbender) a British undercover agent orders “Drei Gläser” (three glasses) of Scottish whiskey, raising three fingers in the air: index, medius and anularis. The Gestapo Major Hellstrom (August Diehl), at the same table, stops in the middle of the conversation and instead of smiling, the reaction of someone who process the information very quickly after achieving something important appears on his face. The eureka moment.
I’ve had many such moments that have defined me as a person. One of them happened last year when I met Dr. Miguel Stanley in Bucharest, where I had the chance to film an interview together. As Malcom Gladwell would put it, that was the tipping point for me. Before going any further, I invite you to have a look on the last year’s article and video in order to have a better understanding of what’s going to follow.
A couple of weeks back we met again, this time in Barcelona. I said it would be nice to say hello, sit down and spend some time together. Which we did. From cloud and digital dentistry to charity, daily routines and habits, we had such a nice talk, and I thought that you might enjoy it as well.
I “warn” you that this is not a short video. If you don’t have time, save the link and watch it later because it is really amazing and.. yeah.. you don’t want to miss the end. Believe me, you don’t :))). Thanks for watching
Is difficult to publicly say without being cheesy how much someone helped you; what are your weaknesses and how you passed over them. There would more to say here. But i let that for another date.
It was blast. Thank you, Sir!
and if we are at the “thank you part”, I can’t skip you, mom! I know you’re reading. So, yeah, thanks for being there. You’re great!