Specialist Dental Group® just had its group’s favourite activity last month for the famous lazy fat cat. And before our muscles could recover; in the span of less than a month, our team of ladies just went for SHAPE RUN over the weekend.
Historically, SDG ladies have been participating in Shape Run since 2011 and it has become a tradition that whenever registration opens, our ladies who have been consistently running over the years will be encouraging newbies in the team to join the run.
In our clinic, we have predominantly female staff and we love bonding activities such as running events that strengthen both our working and interpersonal relationships.
The thought of running for half an hour can be overwhelming. Oftentimes, we hear different perspectives and thoughts about the topic of running. From the experienced runners, one of the common advice given is that most of the time it is a mental hurdle.
Running entails discipline and can be liken to your approach to every aspect in life – it is just like the challenges we have to go through and overcome to push our boundaries. In fact, many other exercises such as cycling or swimming do bear similarities in instilling focus and discipline for one to achieve your goal.
Running, like many other exercises, takes gradual improvement. Looking at the commitment and dedication of our ladies, we know that everyone on our team is a star player. It does not matter if you are a slow runner, as long as you keep your pace, do not give up and continue running; you are already improving and faster than your previous run.
Likewise in our working team, we inject the same principles to treat our patients, to break out of our comfort zone and deliver performance that is beyond our duty. Dentists from different specialty areas and staff from varied nationalities and backgrounds work together to strive for excellence, to do better than our best, for the best patient experience. We are proud of our team members.s not matter if you are a slow runner, as long as you keep your pace, do not give up and continue running; you are already improving and faster than your previous run.
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