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During this week of Thanksgiving, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the things I am thankful for this year. Our perception plays a huge role in if we choose to look through the eyes of an abundant heart or one of scarcity. Regardless of who you are, there is always something to be thankful for in our lives.

I like to look at the root of WHY, so I think it starts early in life. I am thankful for all my experiences through life, especially the struggles that have taught and shaped me the most. The biggest influences in my life were my Grandparents, coaches, and people along my journey that took the time to make a difference. I am thankful for the impact each has had on my development.

Without their support, I would not be where I am today. Today, I am so thankful for my incredible family and for the dental community that has embraced DentalPost and our vision.

As we count our blessings this year, you are among them. I hope you will reflect on what you are thankful during this season.

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