Leslie Griesdorf: What is the Key to a Successful Practice?

Leslie Griesdorf devoted his life to compassionate, caring dentistry for more than 30 years. The Owner and Founder of his own Toronto-based dental surgery office until 2004, Leslie Griesdorf set himself apart as a patient-oriented practitioner; someone who’s first and foremost goal was always to put the patient’s dental health, and the patient experience, above all else.

As someone who practiced dentistry for more than three decades, and did so through his own dental office, Leslie Griesdorf understands what it takes to sustain a successful operation, particularly in what continues to be such a competitive market. The main components of a successful, sustainable dentistry include:

Focusing on What Makes Your Practice Unique

Whether your focus is family dentistry, or your practice is strictly centered on dentures and dental prosthetics, it’s important to identify those services or aspects that make your practice unique. Doing so early on in your practice, and working continuously to emphasize those qualities that make you stand out, is key to remaining competitive.

Discovering and Building on Your Office Culture

Taking the time to understand your practice’s personality, your expectations, your values and your protocols for patient care help to give and strengthen your office identity. Making sure everyone is on the same page, and working toward the same patient-centered goals, is crucial to creating a place patients want to visit.

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Dr. Leslie Griesdorf: Fun Family Time Ideas

Dr. Leslie Griesdorf is a semi-retired professional who left his career in dentistry in 2004 to become an investor. Today, he works in the stock market and has found success in his new career. Despite his professional focus, Mr. Leslie Griesdorf spends as much time with his friends and family as possible as part of a healthy work/life balance.

Ideas like these can help you take Dr. Leslie Griesdorf’s lead and spend more time enjoying your loved ones:

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  • Cooking

Cooking with loved ones is an easy way to bond and enjoy your time together, and it’s healthier than going out to eat in most cases! Clean up the kitchen, if need be, so everyone has space to move around each other and then pick a few recipes to prepare. Play some music, tell a few jokes and have fun cooking with your loved ones before sitting down for a delicious meal made with love.

  • Learning

Any time you can spend with family while learning something new is time well spent for everyone involved. From watching a good documentary to attending a class at a nearby craft store, learning something new with another person creates a deep bond and can even repair old hurts.

  • Outdoor Activities

From hiking or cycling to frisbee in the park, active individuals like Dr. Leslie Griesdorf often spend time with their family while outside and having fun. The more you move, the healthier you are and the better you’ll feel, so why not make a family tradition out of something that’s good for everyone?

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Dr. Leslie Griesdorf: Work/Life Balance Tips

Dr. Leslie Griesdorf is a semi-retired professional who spent over three decades working as a dentist through his private practice. Leslie Griesdorf  left dentistry in 2004 and began investing in the stock market, which he still does to this day. With more than a decade in semi-retirement, Dr. Griesdorf has found a productive work/life balance that allows him to spend as much time as possible with his loved ones.

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Tips like these can help you follow Dr. Leslie Griesdorf’s lead and find a similar work/life balance in your busy schedule:

  • Take a Few Irons Out of the Fire

If you’re always busy and don’t have much of a work/life balance, it’s time to step back and look at where your time goes. Unless all of your spare time goes to social media – in which case, it’s an easy fix to stop logging in more than once a day – you’ll likely need to take a few irons out of the fire.

For example, if you’re taking yoga classes, karate classes and spinning classes while trying to manage a business, pick one fitness focus and set the others aside.

  • Focus on the Present

A perfect work/life balance doesn’t do much if you’re constantly thinking about work when you’re with family and vice versa. Learn to focus on the present and set aside thoughts about anything that happened earlier in the day or anything you have to do later.

As an extension of being present, avoid talking to friends or family when you should be working and don’t worry about work tasks when you’re relaxing.

Though Dr. Leslie Griesdorf enjoys a positive work/life balance, he still makes adjustments as life changes. You’ll have to do the same, rebalancing as things enter and leave the equation.

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Leslie Griesdorf Follows Closely the Presidency of John F. Kennedy

Dr. Leslie Griesdorf’s avid interest in history concentrates on the events of United States President John F. Kennedy’s term in office, the Cuban Missile Crisis and Kennedy’s assassination in November of 1963.  The three years of Kennedy’s 1st term came to comprise a time of the greatest hope and greatest fears of most on the North American continent.  Griesdorf’s fascination with the era likely began during his formative years when these events were part of the daily news, as he saved the major Toronto newspaper chronicles of the period.  The Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 was a confrontation precipitated by the collusion between Soviet leader Nikita Krushchev and Cuban president Fidel Castro to install missile launch facilities on Cuba.  

Events surrounding the tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union rightly concerned all countries on the North American continent, especially the highly industrialised and peace-loving Canadians of Dr. Leslie Griesdorf’s native Toronto.

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