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A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

Oct 20, 2021

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On this episode of A Tale of Two Hygienists your hosts, Michelle Strange and Andrew Johnston are joined by Jasmin Haley, RDH, MSDH, CDA and Eden Ivie, BSDH, RDH, PHDHP to talk about the TRUTH of what it is like to be a KOL, the good, the not so good, and the areas of the industry that straight up need to change. 


Special thank you to Paradise Dental Technologies for sponsoring the CE portion of this podcast so that we can provide you with FREE CE! This particular episode does not qualify for CE however you can view episodes that do here. 


Interview Starts: 10:41.253



Episode Highlights

  • Why our guests became speakers 
  • Diversity of thought
  • Inclusion
  • Compensation
  • Value 
  • Company models to emulate 
  • Mentorship vs. Coaching




“This conversation is going to hold peoples feet to the fire and make them see that we can do better.” 


“It was worth getting over my stage fright to teach people how to use this technology and understand it.” 


“It was a big red flag for me that there was no diversity of thought.” 


“It doesn’t matter what industry you are in, all of us women deal with the same ways of thinking.” 


“We need to take a stand collectively.” 


“We are all suffering in silence.” 


“If you give them too much change you are chastised.”


“Ask for that value, and add tax.”


“RDH’s are not seen as having the buying power or intellectual abilities to be able to share from the stage and therefore our compensation is peanuts.” 


“She left RDH off of her name because she needed people to listen to her, and that RDH is a permission to dismiss.” 


“If we are not valued as a whole, how are we going to see any change.” 


“Noone that is successful in this industry has done it without a coach.” 


“Don’t expect that knowledge for free, it doesn’t come from a mentor, it comes from a coach.” 


“I want to see you rise, but not with my content, that is intellectual property.” 




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