Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
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1214 Embrace The ONE Thing thinking with Audie Cashion, of Audie Cashion Consulting : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

1214 Embrace The ONE Thing thinking with Audie Cashion, of Audie Cashion Consulting : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

6/26/2019 6:46:24 PM   |   Comments: 0   |   Views: 125

Audie Cashion is a business consultant, Certified ONE Thing Trainer and Work/Life Balance Coach. He has a diverse business and time management background with 31 years experience in international consulting, coaching, real estate investing and brokerage. He earned a BA in Economics from UNC Chapel Hill has lived in Japan and Dubai, and traveled extensively for business.

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He currently lives in Charlotte, NC, with his wife and two daughters. He enjoys mountain bike riding, facilitating men’s growth groups, and speaking on Peace & Purpose through his educational nonprofit, the World Peace Center, 501c3.

Howard: it is just a huge honor for me today to be podcasting Audie Cashion everyone tells you can have it all if you can show you how to get there Audie Cassian is a business consultant certified one thing trainer and work/life balance coach he has a diverse business and time management background with 31 years experience in international consulting coaching real estate investing in brokerage here and a BA in economics from UNC Chapel Hill and has lived in Japan and Dubai and traveled extensively for business he currently lives in Charlotte North Carolina with his wife and two daughters he enjoys mountain biking facilitating men's growth groups and speaking on peace and purpose through his educational nonprofit the World Peace Center which is a 501c3 in fact special offer get his free article about counterbalancing dental work life stress his father was an orthodontist who died too young of a massive heart attack due to stress yet a second passion became his first passion and that is to serve the dental community with getting their time and life back by working less and accomplishing more but I think the other most interesting thing about this gentleman is when he went to UNC Chapel Hill in 1988 he sat by Michael Jordan in an economics 10 class did you know at that time that Michael would be worth one and a half billion dollars day 

Audie Cashion absolutely not I would have signed up for his major Howard if I would have known that so so how was he what was he like you know it's funny the  professor art been Avene and it's interesting because someone that went to Chapel Hill I mentioned that name and she said oh my gosh you took econ 10 too and I said yeah aren't used to give Michael Jordan a hard time because he knew is gonna be a top earner and he would talk about you know these different curves and everything on the economics and and how much money he was gonna make and where he was gonna put his money Michael Jordan just was a great guy he was really cool about it and he played along with him and what was your dad's ax name my dad was uh Leonard cash and Leonard Robert Cashen Linder good honest inside point High Point North Carolina Wow and how old were you need passed away well it was my senior year of college

Howard:  oh my god that that's just uh that's just terrible and so in that pain you found you found purpose you wondered absolutely so uh so talk so tell us about your father first yes and

Audie Cashion my dad pretty fascinating I mean I really loved him I really connected with him and and he really I thought had great work-life balance because he would play basketball with me come home early from his practice and you know we would just hang out together and I remember one time at Chapel Hill he used to not force me into dentistry but he would encourage me if I wanted to join him in his practice and so he would take me down when I was eight years old and we'd go through the dental school together and and that song came on and I know you probably we've heard of it a cat's in the cradle right and I said I came up on the radio and we were literally passing the Carolina in in Chapel Hill and I said dad that's not like us is it and he said no sport it's not and so anyway long story short you know and Howard we actually have a connection so my dad hung out with his dad on a bread truck so I think that's what you told me about you know in your story in your book and that's how he hung out with his dad but my dad had had visions and dreams bigger than than just doing what he did and is growing up so he went to school he was in the military went to school at Appalachian State University another ASU and so he graduated with a football scholarship in and being a teacher but then he said to my mom and he said you know sweetheart I want to do dentistry I'm passionate about it and so she said well I don't want to hear you say this your entire life let's do it so they went back to dental school borrowed from friends and family and every way that he could possibly do it had a child my brother and he went through dental school and so he graduated I'm very grateful for the dental profession for what it gave me 

Howard: Leonard Robert Cashion mmm Wow that is odd that is amazing just just an amazing story so how did that affect what you're doing now 

Audie Cashion well a great question Howard so I was down at Chapel Hill and so my dad's second passion is what I picked up and that's how your mindset affects your performance and so all the things that you write about in your book you know we all know in dental school we don't get that kind of training you know either stress management practice management you know how to relate to people all those things are things that you have to learn outside of getting through the clinical part of dental school and so anyway he was very fascinated with that so he gave me a passion for self-help books like Think and Grow Rich and different things like that so I was down at Chapel Hill and I started a couple of businesses one was an export company to Japan and that's how I got connected and in the Japanese thing but I was supposed to be studying for my for my for my exams and my dad said you know I called him up and called it my mom and they said and my dad said hey cool breeze and I said hey Dad why don't you come down why don't you have dinner with me in Chapel Hill so they came down after we had a great dinner I said hey dad you know you don't seem like yourself and he was sitting on my bed and it was just the two of us and he looked up into my eyes and he said Audie I just can't handle the stress I can't handle the stress anymore he drove home that night to sleep it off as he would normally do he walked upstairs had a massive heart attack and dad in my childhood home that night that was when I was you know just  graduated from college and you can imagine like if you were in that situation our family was really in turmoil about what do we do to sell the practice I mean it's like you know it's like fresh fruit you know if you're not getting that practice sold you know and taking care of the  family the remainder of the family you know what's gonna happen so you know how you imagine how that would feel 

Howard: Wow that is that and he passed away in 87 right they said that does here I graduated on Oh school that is amazing so what do you think about everybody in the media is talking about burnout in health care physicians of course there's a million physicians and only about 200,000 dentists so there's five of them four one of us but it looks like it's a problem with dentists physicians do you think it's something that's getting better with knowledge or do you think

Audie Cashion: it's getting worse it's really getting worse and Howard that's a great question because we sort of you know like us like he's said and kind of the introduction is we want it all and the challenge is you know we can only do so much it doesn't matter if we're Bill Gates Warren Buffett you know Michael Jordan whoever Tiger Woods there's only a limited amount of time a limited amount of money and a limited amount of experiences that we can all kind of experience in that triad and so we have to make choices and the challenges we kind of overload ourselves with those choices and that's where the burnout comes from and so what I teach the one thing is really about how do you choose very focused and the more that you narrow your focus the great of your success so you think of it in terms of you know specialists in the industries that we're talking about you know in the physical I mean in the physicians and dentistry and stuff you know they typically because they specialize they can make more money doing that so when we specialize in something and we focus on something the more we narrow our focus the greater our success so

Howard:  um well that's been the trend in America i mean when health care in 1900 was 1% of the GDP there were no specialties by the end of a by 2000 there were as I was a 14 percent of GDP and 58 specialties of medicine and 9 in dentistry now there's 10 in dentistry so so the specialization you're saying that's been naturally occurring for the last century is the way to go

Audie Cashion:  absolutely in our lives as well because there's seven areas of life you know you've got your spiritual you've got your physical because we can't trade in our body we've got your personal and the personal is really how do you put the oxygen mask on yourself a lot of times people forego that they don't really live for themselves and so they just completely ignore this category for me like that I go out and ride on my mountain bike that's what lights me up I think you're are you still doing triathlons and things like that is that kind of what lights you up yeah  I just I just feel better when I less and move more absolutely and then if you keep going around there's that relational aspect so the key relationships so that's with your personal and your professional life so like for me my one thing in my personal life is I do one-on-one dates with my leading ladies so that's with my wife and my two daughters I'll do one-on-one dates to enter their world you know what can I do that would really excite them and then you go around and you do in your job so what you do at the chair what you do day in and day out in your practice and then finally in your business or not finally but the six one is in your business and so how do you work on the practice to make it you know maybe your vision is you don't want to drop dead you know while you're practicing you want to have something like an exit strategy you know how do I sell my practice how do I get my practice in a place of being able to sell it and you can't start the year that you're ready to retire you have to reverse engineer that and then finally your finances so those are the seven areas I talked about having one thing in you don't want to do it all at once you want to just do them one at a time and those are all in priority sequence of the most important thing because you think about it your spiritual life you've got to be fed your physical body you can't trade it in for another one so we got to do you know take care of it and so on around that spectrum

Howard:  and what do you call these the seven areas of our life yeah seven areas of life mm-hmm the seven areas of life and - and you saying they need focused on like a like a specialty and that spiritual physical personal relationships personal unprofessional occupation business with electric strategy and finances where do you see from when your dad passed to now what of these seven areas are getting better what are getting worse what are flat what do what do you think the dentist's listening to you today should be thinking about 

Audie Cashion: well it's a great question because I just spoke at the Georgia Dental Association on Friday and I think the biggest challenge is and what I'm hearing is it's really in three areas it's really how do I get more time how do I get more energy and then the third thing is without the stress because the say things and what I see in here and this will maybe resonate with you as well and I'd be interested in kind of turning the table and finding what you think the number one challenge is but it's like I don't have time to go to a live event because I have to take time off away from my practice I've got recalls or whatever that's going on that's already set up and so I can't take that time away from my practice so just like you with your futurist vision of what if we could all just go online and find out how somebody needed to do a procedure the reason that you start a dental town which I love you know is you dig into let me do it online at my own time so it's really how do I bring it to them through online media just like what you're doing of getting it out there so that it can help serve them because nobody wants to leave this planet and leave loved ones behind you know every day I go back and hang out with my grandmother my grandmother my mom my daughter's gran-gran mother and I think about you know what happened with if my dad would be here how much he would adore these little girls and how much they would adore him so I don't want that for anyone else in their family

Howard:  so you say Dentist want more time energy and less stress well what do you mean by more time what would they want more personal time or what what do you mean 

Audie Cashion: yeah basically the things that fuel their spirit it's kind of really that personal time so like what I'm hearing and and consistently across the board is exercise I want to be able to have my own exercise plan I want to be able to have spend time with my loved ones the people that I really care and love I want to be able to do things other than just work I want to have more of a purpose in life you know they talk about you know I'm always at work and I don't want to look back in 15 years and say is this all there was you know I want to have something else I want to travel I want to do with my family 

Howard: um it's it's amazing I'm you talking about I'm sorry to keep bring up your father and when my father passed away it really felt like someone was standing on my chest for half a year in fact my first victory was driving home from work one day and I thought myself oh my god I haven't my dad yet today and I was driving home took half a year to get to there I mean he was my everything but they're saying now that they realize the average animal in the animal kingdom regardless that they live a hundred years or a month it is having about a billion heartbeats and it's amazing how when you exercise it slows down your heartbeat makes you live longer but exercise is so amazing so we want more time so they can exercise then or their family and all that stuff what do you think's draining their energy what I see you know and

Audie Cashion:  again it's what has been told to me and through these surveys and everything that I do a lot of this deep dive with people is they get into a profession and a lot of times they'll feel stuck because there's a personality type I believe that makes a great dentist and that is unlike you not an extrovert as much but they're very focused in their they're methodical now you have to be you know it's like flying a fighter plane whatever you're doing dentistry and so I think a lot of that gets internalized and when something like stress starts to happen or you know a problem patient or whatever you know that you get it's it's not as much that they extrovert that and they go out and they'd be able they're able to get their a team together and whenever I talk about a team it's someone that you can call it literally one o'clock or two o'clock in the morning and say hey you know must just kick me out of the house we had an argument you know it's one of those type of people that you can know like entrust at that level and so to be able to open up and share about whatever those stresses that are going on like I never needed that my dad you know had that kind of stress he on the outside looked like he had work-life balance because he wasn't in the office all the time and he was engaged with our family but yet at the same time I didn't know all that stress that was building up inside I'll give you an example Howard a really close friend of ours who you know her husband is a specialist I'm not gonna you know keep names and everything very generic but she basically said he's in burnout we're having to sell his other office you know and I can't tell you know and he can't tell all the people on his team and so I said you know she knew what I did and I said uh-huh you know and he basically said I don't want the help because if people found out there's a stigma if someone is in that burnout place both in the office and outside of the office and also is I don't you know as I understand it in North Carolina if you're not upfront about some things on the on your whenever you reapply to get your license and all that could continue that then  you could get in trouble with you know the board and  they're gonna be digging into what's going on you know if you've had suicidal thoughts and and all this kind of stuff so there's a shame factor or a stigma to that and so I think it makes it difficult unless you have a safe place to go to and  what I do is I do mastermind groups for dentists it's where they can come and they can talk about their problems we had a mastermind group just the other day with some of the UNC alumni and this guy said you know I just feel so much better because I can't even tell my wife about what's going on in the office because I don't want to stress her out but it was this problem with the patient that the office had kind of messed up on the insurance and it was a you know very expensive mistake and  he was you know basically saying well the practice needs to pay for it you know and so he was trying to work through how do I deal with this you know how do I deal with the patient because I don't feel like it's right for them to come out of pocket you know this amount so where do you go to have those conversations and even places that are internal things that are going on that are stressful

Howard:  so in your seven areas of life's spiritual physical personal relationships professional relationships occupation business finance so you were saying that your father or that a lot of dentists have a lot of stress from professional relationships and they do live in fear of the board I mean I mean it's it's brought on by incompetent on government all governments I mean look at the IRS hey you got a you owe me taxes how much I owe ya I don't know but if you get it wrong you'll go to jail well shouldn't you know I mean you're  the IRS I mean I thought you had 50,000 employees I mean white is white is Google and Facebook and Amazon and they were doing taxes on you they hell they'd know where you were when you bought everything let alone how much tax you owe so  but the boy we've gotten better I remember 30 years ago I don't know how much stress leads to substance abuse and it's primarily alcoholism even though everybody talks about everything else but you know an 87 if you were an alcoholic they took your license away now if you're an alcoholic they show you empathy like a doctor should and put you in a program do you think do you think the stress leads the substance abuse are born with an addictive personality leads to a substance abuse

Audie Cashion:  well that's a great question well obviously you know I study this but as far as what I'm seeing and I'll give you examples my dad had his own office building and rented out to another worth it honest who at the time before my dad passed away when and drove back to Chapel Hill you know near the dental school went to the police department and committed suicide and my dad had two people that he knew committed suicide one that actually had an affair in his office and his  wife whenever he died she opened up his drawer and found videos and she had a nervous breakdown as a result of finding those videos of him acting out with his assistant and you know I've got an uncle that was a dentist also and he got hooked on nitrous to take the edge off so all I can say is from a data perspective I think we all have at some level you know it we either have to let it out in in healthful ways just like you exercise things like that meditation you know our spiritual practices all those things in that those areas of focus in those areas of life we either are bi and we're able to counter balance or metabolize those things those stresses in our life or they're gonna act out we're gonna act out in uglier ways like you said alcoholism drug addiction you know pornography or whatever it is suicide so I would say that we all have at some level we can only take so much stress and those personality types who are more extroverted and can share that information with other people and get healing that way through either like a group you know a place where they can share like Alcoholics Anonymous or something like that if they've gone down that path or you know it just will internalize and then explode if that makes any sense 

Howard: yeah I do that great podcast with a windy guess and she's been a mental health expert she saw him here after 30 years everybody in her group thinks that on substance abuse overlaps mental illness challenges probably at least 80% when you were lecturing in Georgia just recently and what were you hearing from the dentist in Georgia how's their life going down there in Georgia 

Audie Cashion: yeah it was great I mean one one dentist actually brought not only his his a team as he calls it and that's what I call it as well it was funny I was like did you read my slide deck whenever before you got here but he came with his office manager and he also came with his wife who was also one of the hygienists and in the office and so it was really cool because a lot of them really went deep fast you know I talked about someone being an introvert that doesn't mean that they're not going to share so like within this group and you know I'm not speaking about anyone in particular I shared about you know hey guys I'm quite anal retentive I apologize for that but you know I did something today that you know the icebreaker was with something that nobody knows about you and I said I didn't iron my shirt a second time to be here today with you because you know typically I would do that and they said well I'm actually OCD and I'm like wow that's cool that he would you know with one of these people would go that deep and other people said you know what I've got an anxiety problem and so there was a lot of real transparency and being authentic that opened the door for us to actually get a lot of healing and do some really deep work about what is it that I want to do one of the dentists there was a specialist what he's an orthodontist and he basically said you know I came here because I wanted to see how to increase my profitability and my productivity within my office but now I think I want to work on my spirituality you know that's really my one thing that I want to focus on as a result of this workshop so is really some good stuff somebody else said that was retired and they're moving to Switzerland and they're gonna be able to live the life of their dreams another guy had just graduated from from dental school he was 2017 and the older gentleman said this needs to get into the dental schools we've got to have this in the dental schools and I said well interestingly enough I'm gonna have a conversation with UNC Chapel Hill about me being Sibley on you know like an adjunct professor or something like that to have these conversations before they get out of dental school is that you serum 

Howard: yeah yeah another on person you talk about is dr. James ly ly des MBA senior director of practice Institute the American Dental Association what are your thoughts on him and all that

Audie Cashion:  you know what's fascinating so last year I actually spoke at the Georgia Dental Association on their conference and that's why they had me back last Friday you know because I had that connection well I met Jeff cold air and he was of course the incoming president now the president of the American Dental Association and I had shared my story with him and I said you know what do you think you know how can we get this out there how can we help the dental family which I include myself a member of that and he said let me introduce you somebody that's our board member at the a ADA level over practice management whenever I was introduced to him Jim Willie and I pronounce it wily too but he said yes exactly and he and he basically said you know Audie I have been focused on the dental burnout phenomenon for most of my career and he sent me an article that he wrote and I can send it to you but it's fascinating he wrote it two months before my dad mad at his massive heart attack September 1987 he wrote it and so he said you know I not what I want to help do is  you know I don't know all the answers all the time and you know as far as what but I feel like we can bring the right people together I think what my what my skill set is being able to facilitate so I've reached out to Jeff and to Jim to see what we can do about maybe getting the message out about hi we how do we create how do we basically counterbalance dentistry life stress for the dental family 

Howard: well you know I heard back so you call him Jim his name's James L Wiley or you go on Willie it's Willie it's Willie Jim Willie I'm when he starts talking about stress the first thing he talks about is um the rise of dental student loans I mean he's unlike your dad and I when you're the year your dad passed I can ask you a $7,000 student loans my god they're coming out of school $280,000 in student loans and and they don't even know business so how do you see economics a student loan debt playing into the new stress

Audie Cashion:  that's a great question you know the  dental students that I spoke at the dental school they said that they said you know we've got to figure out solutions to this because it's just way too stressful some of the specialists as you probably know eight hundred to a million dollars and that's just getting through you know getting through that and not even buying a practice or anything like that so really it's it's about what you teach in your book you know it's some basic skills and you know business management practice management but also focus and that's what I feel like I teach what I bring to the mix is really a very simple business plan that's not complicated you know one of the things that Tony Robbins said is complexity is the enemy of execution you know and when we have things that are too complex just like you talked about and complicate business in your book how do we do that how do we uncomplicated it's when we have a simple plan with a simple goal three different priorities and five strategies under each of those priorities that's for 12 month moving forward plan and you make a very simple one you get it collaborative with your team so that everybody is on the same page he gives a lot of clarity and I did that with a dental practice as a pediatric dentist and they were having problems with being basically chronically off schedule and the woman was amazing I mean she's gone to MBA school and all this other stuff she had business acumen but what we did was in getting together you know as a team and having me facilitate that they were able to come up with they had one sheet of paper that had information for the patient and then it wasn't being uploaded in the system so that the front office in the back office were talking so they were actually that was what was causing the chronic being late and then I talked to her two days later and I said how's it going and she said it's fantastic literally our team has come together even greater because we've had kids acting out literally our front office you know has come and sat in the floor to help these kids you know and it's just been really pretty powerful for us to be on the same page

Howard:  another is - that's really got the dentist I'm stressed out is not only coming out with all this student loan debt with a seed corporate dentistry and it's it's a type of competition they haven't seen yet do you think corporate dentistry is a them looking at this other beast competing for resources do you think that's a big driver of their stress absolutely 

Audie Cashion: that's a great question one person that I interviewed he basically bought a practice he came out of corporate dentistry to buy practice and he said you've either got to go one way or the other you're they're gonna they're gonna race you to the bottom as far as the pricing is concerning you're not going to compete with corporate dentistry going to the bottom and you're going to either have to have that really like high-end experience of great customer service to be able to continue to keep those relationships and to make your practice viable so I think that's definitely a big stressor 

Howard: when  you talked about your the seminaries of life and two of them are on relationships personal professional I'm gonna go back to professional we talked about boards how they deal with when you mess up or something like that do you think group practice is mentally healthier because instead of being the only dentist in the box like when I got ass 187 the first thing I did is I had an associate now looking back it just shows you how completely crazy I was because I was a smart enough at 25 to hire someone 65 that knew everything you could teach me everything I hired someone my exact same age because I just wanted to hang out with a really fun guy and it was just so fun to always be back there talking into savage in Giacobbe and all  these guys so do you think professional relation group practice is healthier than solo or not really

Audie Cashion:  I think that's a great question Howard because you're right if you've got that interaction and just like whenever you you know create a dental town you can reach out to somebody and say hey can you check this this is what I'm thinking you know is this look like the right plan is you know and then you also have that moral support because one of the things the last mastermind group I did they basically said you know what sometimes maybe you guys don't even have the right answers but it's just nice to know that you're going through the same challenges that I am if you've got somebody in the practice with you like that it actually does help you in that regard so it's a great great question 

Howard: you asked me what I think stressed identify me on dental town you know there's there's oh my god how many poster on dental town now I mean I just saw but so dental town I mean it's a great survey because unlike most social media every single post of all times than archives so there's been 250,000 users they posted five now million times whenever stress comes up they're a human it's always stress with their staff stress with their patient they go home stress with your ladies your three lady's life your wife and two daughters how is that how is that gonna change how do these people deal with other humans and if you look closely at humans what I find the most bizarre is when you look at the herd of eight billion humans living on the surface of Earth they're real they're all in these communities have for urban half row but you look in there they're all driving to work alone in their car they go home and surprisingly the average house only has like two and a half people in it so they're these social creatures who when you observe they're saying I'm kind of a loner I don't want to stick my hand up I don't want to interact with my neighbors they you know they're so how do you justify this creature who really wants to live like somewhere between a monk and a small house of you know two and a half or three people versus now you got five staff you got twenty patients today yeah you know you're just always interacting with people and I think humans I think sapiens are most relaxed when they're alone not when they're with a bunch of people how so how does that Dentists move forward in

Audie Cashion:  that it's a great question and to like we said earlier Howard a lot of times the people that are attracted and Juran to dentistry are more introverted in nature so they get their batteries recharged not about being around people like you and I do as extroverts you know this is energizing what we're doing right I love doing this I love talking but they get their batteries recharged through you know being alone you know so I think really where that happens is like for me my morning ritual I actually at night before I go to bed and also in the morning one of the two times and maybe sometimes both I'll actually have meditation or have my quiet time I'll read my scriptures my Bible and have that quiet time for myself because it really energizes me even as an extrovert so I remember my dad had that as his morning ritual he would get a five o'clock in the morning he'd read his Bible he'd read other books devotional books and he'd have that quiet time that it would be able to recharge his batteries another thing I do and this is in my personal side is I'm a big mountain bike rider so I love being out in the woods so just that connection with nature and seeing all the beauty that's there that can actually bring your you know your stress levels down you know you could walk in the woods you can jog in the woods or you can ride a bike in the woods whatever that looks like but being out in nature just really can actually help us reduce those stress levels so

Howard:  so we're along this journey did you Audie cash in a body cast and consulting come up with your website one thing a wacom or audio at our world peace org what which website should they go to more should it be yes that would be what it would be our world peace dot org or one thing away calm Ford / North Carolina right I really the

Audie Cashion:  the one thing away is how I'm serving dentists so the way that the World Peace Center and I know that's the kind of crazy big hairy audacious goal but I believe that if I help people find their passion and purpose leading them to ultimate peace whether we can co-create world peace one individual and organization at a time together and so that's really my nonprofit the educational nonprofit and so what I do a lot of that is just give away training and things like that through Facebook lives and different things like that I'm actually in connection and have relationships with people in Mogadishu you know Somalia over in Pakistan Saudi Arabia all over the world just like you're doing and able to help these people to help them find their purpose and narrow that focus down so really from a dental perspective you know that's really the nonprofit is me giving back but from the dental perspective it's really  and they can just download that you know that article that I wrote about counterbalancing dental street life stress so again so one thing away I'm got Buddha's eye so one thing away calm you got to do a forward slash North Carolina right you don't have to I've written and it's been published in several different article the articles been published in different but it's really the same article so it's in a Georgia Dental Association in North Khanna Dental Society and and alumni at UNC Chapel Hill and a couple other publications out there so it's just really it's the same article just with a different page on the front essentially 

Howard: and then once again then what is your our world peace org again 

Audie Cashion: with the audacious goal what is that what is that again yeah what that is is really about helping people find their passion and their purpose you know just like you know your passion and purpose in life when you find that it gives you a lot more peace inside you know you're not because like compassion you know the feelings of compassion if we have compassion for people we wouldn't be fighting with each other so if you can build enough one individuals and one organizations that we have enough compassion the vision is to co-create peace together so that's really what I do and I help like as it relates specifically to dentist I can either coach and work with the dentist one-on-one or I can work with his team to help him have a different culture to help those business goals that he wants to execute and it will help them have a better culture and work-life balance within the practice 

Howard: you know one time I had the extreme honor I'd have lunch with the founders of insight here in Arizona I was one of the fastest growing I was a dell during  the 94 to 2000 internet deal when it was ran by you know Microsoft Intel Dell and what was cisco these guys were number two and they are right in her backyard and they lived right Meo near me and I asked him I said you know you your two boys from Iowa how they did you you know is or were you born a genius he does no  they said you know our mom and dad were in the military and we were armed we were military brats and every two or three years of our whole childhood we're living in some different country and me and my brother would be laying in bed thinking because you lived in Japan and Dubai and I I've lectured and all these countries I took one two three or four my boys you know 50 countries and my boys all say that was the biggest education in the world and when I hear people saying things that are just completely disconnected from reality they've never left the United States of America I mean hell 1/3 of my friends and Phoenix have never even driven to the Grand Canyon and there's just something about do you think seeing being exposed to more areas of the herd of humans open up your brain and made you see reality more clearly 

Audie Cashion: you know that's great because you know that question just gets at the heart of really why I started the World Peace Center and really I went to Japan first of all as a homestay program so I was still in college I was a sophomore in college I was fascinating when I was a kid growing up I played ninja and Samurai so I had the shuriken and stuff and down in the basement I've ruined a door because I kept throwing you know these stars and ninja stuff in the in the door my mom wore my butt out okay but I decided I wanted to go to Japan to see if it was really what I perceived it to be you know back in the old days and so I stayed with his family on a homestay program with the friendship force and the really cool thing was is when we you know that we were divided by everything we were divided by culture by language I couldn't speak Japanese they couldn't speak English but yet I could feel the compassion the care that they had for me and then I knew about obviously what happened at Pearl Harbor and you know I wanted to go see Hiroshima and so I went to see Hiroshima and I went through the museum the gimm Baku Dome is what it's called a peace dump and I went through that if you've probably been Howard but it was just horrific about seeing those people that were vaporized into walls and all just horrors of war in the aftermath of all the radiation and everything like that and as a college young college student very impressionable I said if I can do one thing in life I want to commit and make a vow to myself that I will help co-create peace you know wherever I go and so that's where that whole vision came from and then I said I want to live in a culture that's diametrically opposed from ours and that's why I went to Dubai and started traveling to Kuwait and Israel and Egypt and Jordan and all those countries you know with the business over there and so I believe exactly what you say one of the best things that we can do to help people grow and expand their knowledge and their brains and to be able to open up to new ideas is travel it's a beautiful beautiful thing and really interaction not just travel but actually get into the culture and actually experience relationship with other people so that's what it sounds like you've been doing too and I've seen some of your videos of where you guys are hanging out in Australia and you know just having a meal together I met this guy on on Facebook and we just started doing Facebook's together because we had common you know visions for helping create peace and you know he's got a he's got a 800 some thousand people that follow his Facebook site and so I brought him into our house whenever he was over here in the States from Pakistan you know and it's just that cool situation where just like you and I we've never met before but now there's a relationship you know what I mean it just can transform your mind 

Howard: yeah I I think I'm looking back at so many dental personal relationships they  got into some humanitarian charitable missionary Dentistry you know on dental town we just put under humanitarian dentistry that we separate it with charitable and missionary because there's you know religion brings out so many strong feelings as does politics or whatever but so many of the people they all report the same thing I mean I remember when I did my first one I just couldn't go I was too busy I had this practice as family I just couldn't do it but I couldn't tell this guy no because he was just so he was just so neat and I went there and it was like I completely unplugged and just I mean it was just the most spear Virgil the most I would say the most spiritual experiences I've ever had were in a foreign country treating on you know the other population and it just puts everything in perspective so much do you recommend to stressed-out glands that are you know to think about missionary charitable dentistry

Audie Cashion:  absolutely and  I want to put those type visionary type practice missions programs together and partner with people they're already doing it to bring some people on board to go because that is truly my art I think that's it and where did you go Howard what was it like what was your first experience like what was that aha moment that you had that

Howard:  my first was with Jerome Smith who took me to Chiapas Mexico and so we're getting ready to go and my staff finds out  they looked on the government website there's a travel advisory to go there and they said you know just don't go there so I told them you know I'm not gonna go because the you know the State Department is saying I should go no my god don't listen that that's all baloney and we went down there it was 5,000 shopping Indians without running water electricity or sewage and they were the happiest people and after the long day of work you felt bad because after you know you did it all day you're sitting there relaxed and having a beer and they're standing out in line with their babies all night long in the rain with the stoic faces knowing their baby's not in a good place and she wants to see him I mean it was just like and then you just and you're sitting there thinking you know do you need a bigger house you'd sit there in your 401k and your overhead person you're thinking of all this noise you know it comes down to a mom trying to help her baby and I'm you just it's just so cool and the people that I know in dentistry specific industry the ones that are the most happy grounded and centered a humanitarian dental mission where you leave the 20 wealthiest nations where a billion people live and you go to I mean the got eight billion people and only 2 billion err on the internet so three out of four cows and this human herd aren't even on the Internet and when you get there I mean they talk about in the state are you addicted to your smartphone well why don't you go where three out of four people don't own a smartphone and then and then you're all worried about everything you don't have why don't you go spend some time with people who have so much less than you but the takeaway for me is why are they all so happy and then when I go travel like you talking about Tokyo you know when you go to New York City Seoul Tokyo London in Paris I'd legend all those places the people all seem really wired and stressed and in a hurry and then you go to where there's no electricity and they're all just smiling and giggling and it's like that's just not the story the governments and the economists and the Federal Reserve is trying to tell you they're trying to tell you need to work 12 hours a day seven days a week and be a millionaire and pay taxes and fun and it's like dude I've been to where they don't have any of that and they look like they're having a much better time than everybody trying to get on the subway in Seoul do you agree or disagree 

Audie Cashion: absolutely you know Saudi Arabia I thought was the craziest place in the world for drivers I went to Seoul and those people were racing around like maniacs and I'm like God these how you not just like you said burning out I mean it's some level our bodies are not meant to be wired like that you know to have that stress and like you said you go to a place like that you unplug you do something that's purposeful with what the gifting that you've been given and you just feel such a you know a sintered nest and like yeah I'm not the only one on this planet it doesn't matter about you know I need to have three more bedrooms and four more cars and you know you need two more boats or whatever it's like what really does matter it says people that I love and I'm Kara bout the people are not those that are gonna be like oh look what kind of car he drives you know or whatever kind of house he lives in it's gonna be those people that show up a side of your bedside when you're dying you know and you want them to say the things that are meaningful like you know this man was a great father he was a great husband or this woman she was a great mom you know I know but you know my dad I felt really proud of him because people see even this many years later my mom's 93 years old she's lived with him longer that you know away with him Minoo them not being married than they were married and we still get comments about good old doctor cash and I loved how your dad cared about me you know and so it's one of those things like what kind of contribution are you making to the in the world what kind of legacy are you leaving and is it any really since we can't take it with us you know how do we actually de-stress how do we give back how do we feel that purpose in our life and bring that out I do an exercise that I did with these dentist in Georgia and I always do that it's really about how to find your purpose in like maybe 20 minutes and you know it's not something that's gonna be set in stone I tell everybody because I know we're all kind of anal retentive we want to get it right the first time and make sure it's perfect but I say basically just do you know how many of you have ever married your spouse on the first day we never did that so let's create a purpose statement that's good enough to date and then that will help you and then you can make choices like this worth it honest did and he said you know what it's not about more productivity or more profitability in my practice it's about my spiritual life in my life with my relationship with my family my kids and my daughters so I love what you're saying and it truly does change that paradigm I love that so can we get everybody do you have that opportunity Howard go ahead I'm sorry no no

Howard:  so  they're listening to you right now they're driving on  their way to work talk to that person she's 25 she just walked out down school she's $285,000 and dad and everybody's told her from birds that you can have it all but no one told her how and you're and here you're saying embrace the one thing thinking what does that mean tell her right now what how does she find her purpose and embrace the one thing thinking in fact what is the one thing

Audie Cashion:  absolutely so the one thing is a book you know you've heard of it maybe in city slickers the line you've got to find out what's your one thing you know and then it's basically well how do you find that as Billy Crystal says well that's the difficult part you know that's the hard part finding your one thing what that looks like is if you if you picture in your mind and obviously you guys can't see my hand but if you picture in your mind and iceberg okay how much of that percentage of the iceberg is sticking above water what would you say Howard percentage-wise what is it ten percent or less absolutely  ten percent of that iceberg is sticking above water so what we don't see underneath the water line is that other not ninety percent of that iceberg is pushing up what we do see so at the very bottom of that iceberg is you have to define what your life's purpose is you know I asked these dentist in Georgia and you know I said okay we're talking about purpose here you know what how many of you already have a purpose a practice purpose statement all of them raise their hands then I said how many of you have a personal purpose statement none of them raise their hands and I said that's great most of the world doesn't know what their life's purpose is and  so at the very bottom is you create your purpose because that helps you know what to say yes and what to say no to your  priority so you know if someone says hey Howard you got a minute well if you're in the middle of a podcast you don't wanna be interrupted by doing that no I don't have a minute I'm focused on my one thing right now which is I'm doing a podcast right same thing with life someone says hey you want to do this baseball team you want to do this you don't do that well is it taking me away from what my purpose in life is and for my priorities which we don't see under the waterline but above that is what productivity that's what we see someone who's very purposeful very much has their priorities aligned in alignment they will get higher on that iceberg and they'll have that productivity that other people in the world can see and then above that is profitability look at yourself I'd love to hear your story about what you were doing whenever you were just you know a single practitioner like you said what have you got out of school and then how much the changes that you've had and how much impact on the world around us 250,000 you know people that are doing this with dental town and all the lives that you've changed and transformed look how productive you are and look at the profit that you've probably made and I'm not asking for actual numbers unless you care to share it but look at the very top of that pinnacle that iceberg is the impact that your in people's lives and I think that's a beautiful thing that's the example right there that's what I would tell that 25 year old woman

Howard:  well that that 25 year old woman listening right now she says well I don't know is he on a podcast I want to go on the sick city-slickers the dude ranch I want to I'm gonna go do this in Montana on a ranch it was a great movie because these city slickers went out to a dude ranch and they were trying to find what the secret of life is you're doing something like that with these mastermind groups are those all being done in noir in North Carolina where your master groups at 

Audie Cashion: great question so the way we do it is again the biggest concern that I hear where a dentist is this I don't have time to go to a time management seminar because I just don't have the time probably right that seems a little backwards or iron high curve asinine you know but I get it and so it's like how do I take it to them so the one thing my challenge is a very simple you know focusing on one thing and that you're gonna do it consistently where I can coach you virtually and it basically takes less than 30 minutes a week to kind of get it set up and everything then I ultimately have other mastermind groups that are online that we have safe groups of people of five people four to five people that are dentists you know your peers and then you can we get on the line and we talk you know at eight at 8:00 to 8:30 Wednesday night or whatever time works for the group because I put these groups together they're intimate you know relationships and then we talk about what's dealing you know what's going on with the one thing thinking mindset to be able to help them figure out what it is that I need to do to make this happen like if I need to buy a practice or how do I dump debt faster or do I need to do that or what you know all those things that they talk about and if you would like to do a mastermind in person we do that as well so it's really just reaching out to me if you want to send a personal email it's this audie@one world peace dot org is the best way to reach out to me and I'd be happy to serve you know figure out what it is that can I can serve you at the highest level because I'm obviously it's my passion I don't want someone to go through that and having to say I wish he would have I wished she would've cuz I would rather have them around rather than the new car you know what I mean

Howard:  yeah and  the thing is I'm it's so bizarre how humans know when their environments not right they start slowly harming themselves by not exercising and eating wrong and then I just getting worse and worse and worse and by the way his name audio that the audie@ at our World Peace org but back to that I'm that one thing when you're putting these mastermind groups together is it a phone calls and a Facebook group what is the technology how do these groups meet and how many are in them

Audie Cashion:  great question well I'll do kind of a bedding to make sure that the group's energy works because I know how are you probably read you know the Think and Grow Rich because that's where that first mastermind group was coined the phrase mastermind but they've been going along for forever you know CS Lewis and had his mastermind group and you know Harvey Firestone and Warren Harding and Thomas Edison Henry Ford and as we know you know Henry Ford was said to be illiterate you know but he accredited his success with the group of people that he was around Jim Rohn talks about where the average of the five people that we hang around with and so what we do in a mastermind group is we make sure that they're safe competent people that you know really work well together because basically what you're going to do is you're going to become even closer than family you might tell people in your mastermind group things that you would not tell your spouse or anyone else on the planet because it's just a safe environment to be able to get that stuff out and so then what we do is we have a structure around what we go through together the one thing thinking the one thing mindset and getting that in line with what's the one thing I can do today such that by doing it makes everything else easier or unnecessary and when you start changing that thinking and you think very narrow in your focus that's whenever your success increases I know you know David milolii Dave milolii and he and he talks about how his practice whenever he started doing this same thinking now obviously I didn't teach him how to do this but he did that thinking he went from 22 days in the office to 11 days in the office his practice productivity and profits increased does so that's what we're talking about doing is how do we you know either replace yourself or get other people so that you can do what you're passionate about so are these mostly on phone calls or video but back to the technology how does your group meeting I'm is a phone video zoom calls just like just like Skype is in where you can get everybody together you can do face to face yeah do you all right do you like zoom better than Skype I do because zoom you can record it it's and haven't you Skype as much I've used either go to webinar or go to meeting and those are a little bit more cumbersome and zoom is a real light application that I would really highly recommend and then when if you're talking about a mastermind group it actually picks up each person's you know face and everything like that you can record it it's easy to send the mp3 or the video so it's really it's really a robust platform well you know

Howard:  um Microsoft which from 94 to 2000 was one of the four horsemen Microsoft and Intel they called the Wintle monopoly that was Dell and and Cisco and now the new horseman I mean it's Facebook Google which is out that Amazon but it's Microsoft again and they just bought LinkedIn they own it and so they're talking about that they're gonna make you know like I can FaceTime me on my Apple phone that when you have the Skype app on your phone you can FaceTime that I'm hearing about this because my two boys I live in Texas I mean so I I think I think Microsoft has the money and the resources to walk away from that this technical thing you know we've noticed in study club but back to the mastermind when I talked to all everybody I've ever met that runs a study club they've always said the most interesting observation to me that when it's under like nine people better seven best at like five or four they all open up but with that little narrow band of just like seven eight nine indefinitely by ten they all go into class room mode and if you want to know any if you want the N on social media Facebook Twitter Linkedin 90% just lurk 1% post all the original content and 9% engaged right on lol whatever just if you're on Facebook or Twitter or LinkedIn just open up all the people that you follow and then start saying just do 10 when's the last time the first 10 posted and when you see that the first 10 starting with a haven't  posted this year you'll understand what we're talking about so in these groups do you also see smaller is higher-quality and we go into personal open up mode and once we get into double digits we're in a classroom might as well just be you know talking to a billboard 

Audie Cashion:  absolutely I've had to try to work around that because whatever I do my okay so let me back up the mastermind I was telling you about they basically said you know what I said how would it be better how can we improve what we did what we experienced and they said you know what if you're gonna get dentist's involved it's gonna be four or five people if you get any more it's just not gonna happen you're not gonna have the conversation we're not going to have the rapport and that safe environment feeling it's just gonna be more about information so you're spot on the situation that I had to basically in these different masterminds and it's very similar for other masterminds too it's not just dentist I think we're all that way because once you develop that rapport like you know you read in my bio I like to facilitate mastermind groups with men you know you don't start talking about you know acting out you know an affair pornography you know alcoholism you don't start drug addiction you don't start hearing that if there's more than like four five people at the most that's as big as those groups can get once you get down to that level you're gonna talk about real things and I'm gonna give you an example I was talking to my dentist here in Cornelius and I said okay I want to get this message out you've heard it he said Audie you're gifted to do this I really feel like you've got a great story and they really need to hear it and I said who should I reach out to in Charlotte he gave me a guy that really is quite quite impressive he's actually on the board of one of the study club groups you know and so I went to him and I could see all the things on his walls you know like you Howard he's you know he's got it all you know what I mean and  I went to him and I always like to do this with anybody that I'm talking to he was helping me line up people and ways to get speaking engagements study clubs different things like that and I said okay well how can I help you and he said well you know what these study clubs have helped me so much that's one of the reasons that I'm on the board level because I believe in them so much and he said you know my practice is humming along like a weld machine you know our team is great I have a great relationship with my wife with my kids you know obviously I knew that he was ton in it with the money and they leaned back like this and kind of stretched and he looked down and he patted his belly and he said except for this except for this he had that belly fat which we know is deadly and he said I need to do something about my health Howard: so we all have one so true natural and North Carolina was a t-bone no sorry t-bone he's my favorite dentist in the world and the favored one from North Carolina so I just ease it but anyway so yeah so keep going so yeah

Audie Cashion:  it's what I'm trying to say is even when we've got those study groups and those things like that if we don't have that A-Team those people that literally you can say hey I got to have a place to stay tonight because my wife kicked me out or my husband kicked me out you know those type people are I've got it I've got a terminal illness or I've got a drinking problem or you know those type people that you can go to you're a team those safe people that really encourage you there for you  know unless you've got that you know wish my dad had that it's all I can say you know those people that he could have come to and said before he said it to me that night and said Audie our unit two is four to one of his peers and said I just can't handle the stress I just can't handle it well let's do something about it Leonard you know I care about you too much how can we get this taken care of

Howard:  huh so um so if someone's listening right now and they're saying look I I'm not gonna open up about this on social media I'm not gonna go on social media and by the way interesting research and things that I keep reading about on social media you know the difference in Google and all the other social me is like Facebook and on Facebook here's a beautiful picture my wife and two daughters and here's my price and you're just you're just it's just advertising your best then on Google you're like oh my god what do you do if you can't quit drinking eating your want to kill your salad you know uh so Google is a truth serum and Facebook is all baloney and then the psychiatrist's go on further to say that the more time you spend on social media the more depressed you are because you think everyone lives in this perfect bubble and your world is falling apart and I've said on this show since show one that in my experience the dentists who get consultants they're always produce more collect more happier slower so I mean every metric works out right if they're taking a hundred hours of CE year and they always dabble in consultants and what do they do they don't want to take CE and they always want to buy expensive technology like lasers and CAD camps and all this stuff like that and my god every successful dental consultant at the end of the day is really an untrained armchair psychologists that's letting you talk to someone in former relationship who has seen other dysfunctional relationships and if you're listening this right now and you're not happy and healthy and having fun well you're not gonna get happy and healthy because you bought a laser a CAD cam or put some initials behind your name or what do some instant you need a psychologist an armchair because and  the thing that's great about dental consultants is a normal cycle just wouldn't know would know the nuances of stress at home maybe at work but not the specific ones to dentistry and I've always thought the best dental consultants could have easily been a psychologist um do you consider yourself an armchair psychologist

Audie Cashion:  again great question I I like to consider myself a coach because at some level I am an armchair psychologist because I deal in those things like one  person at my UNC Chapel Hill alumni from Chapel Hill the presentation to two weeks for she said well can I ask you a personal question I'm sure you know that's what I'm here for and she opened up after the event we all stayed together and talked in a round circle again just a few of us and she said I feel like I don't have good boundaries I feel like I'm giving money and I'm enabling said instead of empowering people that come into my lives they always say hey I've got this situation can you lend me some money this is the last time she said I don't feel comfortable telling them no because they're family you know and so it's one of those situations where you reflectively listen like you're saying Howard you know okay so you know yet and you basically do what a psychologist psychiatrist where not a psychiatrist but a psychologist would do in a therapist and then you have those weekly sessions where you end up coaching that person to be able to let them know they're not crazy they're making a good decision by saying no so that's exactly what you're talking about and it's also the same thing in our lives you know you think about it if you could do whatever it is that's not working in your life at the level that you want right now what would have happened you would have done it right so the key is trying to find someone that can help you create that structure around whatever is not working your health your relationships your finances whatever that looks like your practice you know how do we do that how do we find someone well it's get a coach you know a therapist the reason I consider myself a work-life balance coach is it migrates into both we're not you know two-dimensional human beings if we have a crappy day at home we come into the office we're gonna be pissed off at you know our associates right because and it's the same thing we have a crappy patient that's in the chair that ruins our day we're gonna kick the dog right we're gonna kick our spouse or our kids or whatever because we've had a crappy day how do we deal with that you know and so that's what you're talking about I think you're right on and the key is that consistency like my coaching calls I've got them set up every week for 30 minutes 

Howard: so the other bizarre thing having lectured for you know since 1990 you say hey um before we go to break you said me have any questions no one else question you're gonna break and now all these people heard you one on time and they never want to ask the question because they think their question is always unique and I don't think I've heard a unique question in a decade but I know my homies she's 25 I'm already just bought his own practice or whatever happening and he knows he's got a special unique thing you've never heard of how is he contact you is in  a u di e at our world peace org is there any other ways to do it absolutely if they want to actually book a time with me book with book with AUD I I'm trying to give an easy way for people to use their schedule yeah I always like to do minami devices because they're they're driving in the car I always have retweet got twenty five thousand Twitter followers thank you so much guys I can't believe twenty five thousand you guys follow me that is a beyond crazy but they're doing it because I retweet my guests so your audio score caching you're at Audie caching and you're at world peace entr on Twitter but to remember your name your name is Adi au is the element gold and dye is what we make all of our kind of bridge on so you should be the gold dye so right so you'll remember Audie au for gold di E or a caste die so it's gold caste die Cashion we gotta think of something for cash you know you'll have more cash but um seriously um thank you so much for coming on the show if my homies don't have their head on straight they're not happy and healthy and like I mean like um you talk about all the fun things that you people do in life I'd still rather pull for wisdom tooth then go to Disneyland Disney World I mean I just love that stuff and you just might got if you're not having fun if you're not having the giggle factor it's just not even worth it but one last thing bro let you go one about your world peace and are we you talked about Weibo talked about Japan but you also have a very thriving export business and by what do you think dentists in Japan and the United States and Canada don't realize unless they live day to day in Dubai how I was due by different than Japan in the end North Carolina that's a great question so interestingly enough with me living there for two years you don't you think of people like the bed ones you know the guys with you know the tablecloths over their head and everything like that and that they're backwards and all that but the technology and all the things that they were doing I mean you know you've read about it but someone once said and this is the analogy that was used if Las Vegas is a fire then Dubai is a forest fire because it's just got that much going on there's pretty much you could do anything there I mean honestly you know you've seen it skiing inside you know snow skiing inside just it's crazy with the money that they have there and it's also it's really cool about the sophistication and the relationships that you can build with people from all kinds of different nationalities people around the world come there because there's so much opportunity so I had so many friends that were from India and Pakistan and the Philippines I went to church there and they had 22 22 different nations people from Sri Lanka and all over the world really kind of fellowship and having church together I mean I thought that was so cool you know and so

Audie Cashion:  I really love Dubai it was really really I don't think there is uptight you know as most cultures and I'll tell you a funny story there because I'm anal retentive and my dad was an orthodontist you know teeth mattered to me so I had to get a crown there and I spent years almost is what it felt like I would research who the best person was to put a crown on I've still got that crown and it's got a perfect bead around it and it's been I was there in 1992 so it's the professionalism that they have there the person was from London the doctor the dentist was from London but it's amazing the kind of professionalism in the people that they attract Dubai 

Howard: I think that area of the world is the coolest because I think living over here when you live in America you live in the Western Hemisphere it's the other side of the world it only has 1 billion of the 8 billion people hell there's more people just in Africa then both the entire Western Hemisphere and if you go back through history I mean record the 10 oldest continuously living cities in the world I mean it's Syria it's Greece its Bulgaria it's Egypt its Lebanon and I just love it over there I mean the culture to say the culture is rich I mean basically civilization started in the Fertile Crescent with agriculture ten to fifteen thousand years ago and I just love that place but again get yourself and your children out of your tribe get out of your comfort zone go to a foreign country do some type of service to the underprivileged and  it'll put your head on straight and then before you go start spending $3,000 a weekend on all these guys earn high tech courses and all this stuff get your head on straight I mean he's telling you  can call him and he'll talk to you for 30 minutes I mean he's been invited to the Georgia Dental Association all these places like that you were and you know I had lots of home he's wanting me to podcast you sharing your message and I actually thought it's coming from t-bone but um my gosh get your head on straight and once you're happy and healthy and you're centered you're not gonna harm yourself you're not gonna harm your patient it's not gonna harm your business your practice and just just be happy that's I mean even the United States Constitution everybody who sucks about the rights and amendments because it says right there so that you can pursue happiness we're gonna do all these things and have this relation with you just because our goal is to be happy and no one talks about the pursuit of happiness it's always about everything else in the Constitution it starts out like dude dude we want you to be happy and we came from other countries where it didn't look like everyone was having too much fun and we're just trying to have a more fun society you could be happier and you have to do that and again I do not see it in the 20 richest countries that I've lectured to and I see it in every poor underdeveloped what I don't even like it called third-world I mean that that's a judgmental in itself I mean they're just economically underdeveloped I'll tell you what they're smiling they're having fun and they're enjoying life and there's a lot of because I mean fifty thousand Americans took their life last year and I mean and some of these big examples like Anthony Bourdain I mean you think he has the whole world because he has everything that you're told you should have he didn't want any of it the other one was that what was that comedian Robin Williams I mean you'd look at Ron would say he's got it all he's like I don't even want it and so you got to find your one thing and I personally recommend that you call Billy Crystal and go out on a dude ranch with Billy Crystal for a week I think that would be very fun in fact if you ever do one of these with Billy Crystal in Montana I'm there thank you so much Audie cashing his websites are world peace dot org thank you so much for coming on the show today 


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