When I am allowed control of the TV remote (which isnt all that often in my house) I really like watching TV shows like "Supervet" and "An hour to save your life". They are great shows with gripping real life drama but I think the real reasons I like these shows are a bit deeper.
In "An hour to save your life" paramedics are pushing scientific barriers with techniques such as rapid sequence induction to give people a chance who only a few years ago would have definitely died before getting to hospital.
When you start to spot this pattern in these experts you can actually see this everywhere. I have recently started listening to audiobooks on my commute to work. Books that are not aimed directly at dentists, predominantly business and entrepreneurship, but the passion and dedication shown by some is infectious and you can pick up on little points here and there that can then make your communication or time management better while at work.
Keep this in mind. Try to learn from experts no matter what field they are in. Keep passionate, keep on caring and don't be so narrow minded as to reject anything not aimed at dentists.
Dr Chris Harper