This podcast looks into the minds of cutting-edge and innovative doctors. You won't find these stories in any medical textbook. You're getting real, live insight from men and women pushing the envelope beyond medicine.
Why pay off $662,000 of student loans in 3 years?
Renee and Nii discuss HOW they were able to NOT only pay off $662,000 of student loan debt but also:
Save a 9-month emergency fund
Save enough in our 401k plans for at least the employee-match
In this episode, we also talk about:
Putting in our first offer for a real estate property in Houston, Texas.
Hint: it got rejected!
Will Smith & Jada-Pinkett Smith
Social media influencers discourage folks from entrepreneurship
Should a doctor respond when a patient leaves a bad online review?
Avalon Hartman comes to talk about EmpathIQ - software that makes it easy for your patients to leave a positive review on your behalf. It works with Google and other major patient review platforms.
Your patient about to be discharged from the hospital and is singing your praises? Boom!! Hit them up with a specially made QR code where they can leave a review on their phone. All before they get discharged! It’s that quick gals & guys!!
Church, music, and military. How this doctor kicked imposter syndrome to the curb (Part 2)
Welcome back to Part 2 of Church, Music, Military with Dr. Steven Bradley. In this episode we’re talking about Naomi Osaka, can residents stand up for themselves, and UFOs.
Church, music, & military. How this doctor kicked imposter syndrome to the curb (Pt 1)
That is the foundation of my guest, Dr. Steven Bradley. Dr. Steven Bradley is a board-certified anesthesiologist, medical ethicist, and host of the Black Doctors Podcast.
Dr. Steven interviews minority professionals in a variety of career paths. In this episode, he’s on the hot seat as we learn more about him.
Success vs Wealth - Can you have both?
Dr. Nii & Renee discuss their blue-collar upbringing and having the expectation of success. Recently, Dr. Nii went to a wedding and was struck by the air of wealth and found it different than the expectation of success he had as a kid. Can you be successful and not wealthy?
249 Top branding secrets every physician should know
There is more to medicine than just memorizing textbooks or doing well on exams. Your bedside manner, working with staff, and communication with your colleagues is just as important. Basically, what is the experience people and patients should have when they meet and interact with you?
That’s what we call a brand. A quick Google search of ‘brand’ and you’ll find that it is the way a product, company, or individual is perceived by those who experience it. When is the last time someone in medical school or residency talked to you about branding as a doctor?
In today’s episode, we learn the top secrets to branding as a doctor. Dr. Guy Kezirian, board-certified ophthalmologist and founder of the Physician CEO program will be leading this masterclass. Physician CEO is a business immersion program located at Northwestern University’s Kellog School of Management. Ladies and gentlemen - that’s a Top 5 Business School!
Here are some of the questions you can expect to be answered on this episode:
If you work for the hospital, who’s your customer? How do you brand yourself as a hospitalist or other hospital-employed physician? What does self-awareness have to do with branding What is Physician CEO What types of doctors should be attending Physician CEO
For more information on Physician CEO, visit: www.physician-ceo.com/dotb
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These episodes are very inspiring and helpful no matter the stage of your journey in medicine, or if you’re just a casual listener who isn’t ion medicine. Dr. Nii, his wife who co-host at times Dr. Renee (also who has her own podcast specifically for premeds) and their guest talk about real life situations and news with medicine and the world. Great show!
As an intern i am finding this show to be career changing