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The Dangerous Dentist Podcast

Rob Toth and Brian Gallagher: The Dangerous Dentist Podcast

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The Dangerous Dentist Podcast

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The Dangerous Dentist Podcast helps dentists to cultivate a winning mindset. Rob Toth and Brian Gallagher offer insight on the topics of persuasion, leadership, and motivation. Clinical dentistry is important, but mindset is the key to success.

Latest Episodes

A Prayer for Wealth and the Corona Beer Virus (Podcast #43)

Napoleon Hill’s famous 1937 Self Help book: Think and Grow Rich has sold over 100 million copies. Although some of the techniques can be used for good, it implies we value wealth as our top priority. Greed is a vice we already have to combat. So, why should we nature it and allow it to […]

29 MIN1 w ago
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A Prayer for Wealth and the Corona Beer Virus (Podcast #43)

Part 2: Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal (Podcast #42)

This is part 2 of last week’s podcast. Enjoy!

24 MINJAN 16
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Part 2: Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal (Podcast #42)

Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal: Part 1 (Podcast #41)

Rob and Brain discuss the subversive aspect of popular Christmas songs, like “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town”. In many ways, this song defines Christmas for children. They discuss negative energy from other forms of entertainment, like the news and how it is designed to inflict trauma. Finally, they take a deep dive into the […]

24 MINJAN 10
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Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal: Part 1 (Podcast #41)

How to Stay on the Straight and Narrow (Podcast #40)

Brian and Rob talk about how to stay on the straight and narrow. There seems to be something strange that happens to some dentists over the course of their careers. Excess time and money can lead to poor decision making and softening one’s core values. They also discuss community service in dentistry, celebrity foundations, and […]

31 MIN2019 DEC 13
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How to Stay on the Straight and Narrow (Podcast #40)

Beware of Consultants and Unethical Dentistry (Podcast #39)

Do consultants really have your best interest in mind? Well, if making more money is your top priority, then yes, they do. But as we look deeper, we find that many are slaves to greed and despair, a bottomless pit that cannot be filled. Most of their “ways to become more profitable” are simply techniques […]

42 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Beware of Consultants and Unethical Dentistry (Podcast #39)

Tips for Dental Couples w/ Tony and Chelsea Benza (Podcast #38)

Dental couples face a number of unique challenges. Do you work at the same location at the same time, or separate? How do you balance dental talk and outside interests? How do you stay humble? Dr. Anthony and Dr. Chelsea Benza share what has worked for them and their experience as a married couple in […]

31 MIN2019 OCT 19
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Tips for Dental Couples w/ Tony and Chelsea Benza (Podcast #38)

How To Be Poor (Podcast #37)

When you are a poor graduate in hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt, you feel variations of shame. In a way it’s humiliating. The truth is we have been screwed over by grabbers in the banks and government, and now that we have “Dr” before our names, suddenly there are snakes in the grass […]

36 MIN2019 SEP 20
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How To Be Poor (Podcast #37)

How to Deal with Burnout (Podcast #36)

Dentistry is demanding both physically and emotionally; it requires a massive amount of energy. When your energy reserve runs dry, we feel fried. Simple tasks, like holding a conversation or responding to emails can become strenuous. Burnout is one of the biggest problems we face as dentists.Brian and Rob talk about ways to reduce burnout, […]

34 MIN2019 AUG 9
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How to Deal with Burnout (Podcast #36)

Should Student Loans Be Forgiven? (Podcast #35)

Brian and Rob talk about student loan forgiveness. On one hand, people should be held accountable for their choices. Decisions have consequences. On the other hand, if everyone tells a 17 year old to go to college, including his parents and teachers, should this kid be bound to massive student debt that could take 20 […]

34 MIN2019 JUL 19
Comments
Should Student Loans Be Forgiven? (Podcast #35)

Achieving FAGD, Working With Family, and Clinical Tips- with Laura Martin (Podcast #34)

Dr. Laura Martin graduated from Case Western, class of 2016, with many scholarships and awards. Now, she’s pursuing the distinction of FAGD. As Laura points out, there are countless reasons to achieve FAGD. Most notably, it keeps you excited about dentistry and motivates you to attend additional CE. Laura also talks about her GPR experience, […]

33 MIN2019 JUL 4
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Achieving FAGD, Working With Family, and Clinical Tips- with Laura Martin (Podcast #34)

Latest Episodes

A Prayer for Wealth and the Corona Beer Virus (Podcast #43)

Napoleon Hill’s famous 1937 Self Help book: Think and Grow Rich has sold over 100 million copies. Although some of the techniques can be used for good, it implies we value wealth as our top priority. Greed is a vice we already have to combat. So, why should we nature it and allow it to […]

29 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Prayer for Wealth and the Corona Beer Virus (Podcast #43)

Part 2: Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal (Podcast #42)

This is part 2 of last week’s podcast. Enjoy!

24 MINJAN 16
Comments
Part 2: Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal (Podcast #42)

Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal: Part 1 (Podcast #41)

Rob and Brain discuss the subversive aspect of popular Christmas songs, like “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town”. In many ways, this song defines Christmas for children. They discuss negative energy from other forms of entertainment, like the news and how it is designed to inflict trauma. Finally, they take a deep dive into the […]

24 MINJAN 10
Comments
Subversion in Christmas Music and Shared Practices Gets Coal: Part 1 (Podcast #41)

How to Stay on the Straight and Narrow (Podcast #40)

Brian and Rob talk about how to stay on the straight and narrow. There seems to be something strange that happens to some dentists over the course of their careers. Excess time and money can lead to poor decision making and softening one’s core values. They also discuss community service in dentistry, celebrity foundations, and […]

31 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
How to Stay on the Straight and Narrow (Podcast #40)

Beware of Consultants and Unethical Dentistry (Podcast #39)

Do consultants really have your best interest in mind? Well, if making more money is your top priority, then yes, they do. But as we look deeper, we find that many are slaves to greed and despair, a bottomless pit that cannot be filled. Most of their “ways to become more profitable” are simply techniques […]

42 MIN2019 NOV 21
Comments
Beware of Consultants and Unethical Dentistry (Podcast #39)

Tips for Dental Couples w/ Tony and Chelsea Benza (Podcast #38)

Dental couples face a number of unique challenges. Do you work at the same location at the same time, or separate? How do you balance dental talk and outside interests? How do you stay humble? Dr. Anthony and Dr. Chelsea Benza share what has worked for them and their experience as a married couple in […]

31 MIN2019 OCT 19
Comments
Tips for Dental Couples w/ Tony and Chelsea Benza (Podcast #38)

How To Be Poor (Podcast #37)

When you are a poor graduate in hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt, you feel variations of shame. In a way it’s humiliating. The truth is we have been screwed over by grabbers in the banks and government, and now that we have “Dr” before our names, suddenly there are snakes in the grass […]

36 MIN2019 SEP 20
Comments
How To Be Poor (Podcast #37)

How to Deal with Burnout (Podcast #36)

Dentistry is demanding both physically and emotionally; it requires a massive amount of energy. When your energy reserve runs dry, we feel fried. Simple tasks, like holding a conversation or responding to emails can become strenuous. Burnout is one of the biggest problems we face as dentists.Brian and Rob talk about ways to reduce burnout, […]

34 MIN2019 AUG 9
Comments
How to Deal with Burnout (Podcast #36)

Should Student Loans Be Forgiven? (Podcast #35)

Brian and Rob talk about student loan forgiveness. On one hand, people should be held accountable for their choices. Decisions have consequences. On the other hand, if everyone tells a 17 year old to go to college, including his parents and teachers, should this kid be bound to massive student debt that could take 20 […]

34 MIN2019 JUL 19
Comments
Should Student Loans Be Forgiven? (Podcast #35)

Achieving FAGD, Working With Family, and Clinical Tips- with Laura Martin (Podcast #34)

Dr. Laura Martin graduated from Case Western, class of 2016, with many scholarships and awards. Now, she’s pursuing the distinction of FAGD. As Laura points out, there are countless reasons to achieve FAGD. Most notably, it keeps you excited about dentistry and motivates you to attend additional CE. Laura also talks about her GPR experience, […]

33 MIN2019 JUL 4
Comments
Achieving FAGD, Working With Family, and Clinical Tips- with Laura Martin (Podcast #34)
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