Before medical school you want to help people feel better. Once you start training and get into your practice,whether it is private, hospital-based, institutional, academic or corporate, you discover the distress of toxic work habits, stressed health professionals and bureaucracy. You are in danger of becoming a faceless white coat that doesn’t have a clue how to feel good! This show meets doctors and allied health professionals where they are, from medical school, residency, fellowship, practice and through retirement and helps them refocus on what is really important in life: to live, to laugh, to love and to build legacy. Get a timely dose of the skinny, skills and science doctors need for maximum vitality as leaders. You hear humor, success and failure from surgeons, radiologists, anesthesiologists, cardiologists, pediatricians, family practice docs, chiropractors, dentists, physician assistants, physical therapists, psychologists, bestselling authors, doctorpreneurs, online entrepreneurs, military leaders, lifestyle design experts, celebrities, performing artists, financial experts. From burning man to big data to biohacking, learn actionable strategies for medical practice optimization, personal productivity and professional power and influence so you implement a better practice daily. When a doctor's life improves, those who live and work with the doctor also experience more joy, more fun, and more moments worth living. Join us weekly and find out what is possible!
Practice and Rehearse Before You Talk to Patients
Practice is the act of repeating an action until it becomes natural. Rehearsal is stepping through the motions before an actual event. Both are valuable in the context of conversation with a patient.
How to Turn an Ordinary Human Into a Superhero
Dr. Lori Barr gives examples of the four questions you can ask as a leader, mentor doctor or podcast host that will turn your colleague, protege, patient or show guest into an instant superhero.
Questions Doctors Ask Me: How Do You Choose Guests for a Show?
Doctors ask me, "Dr. Lori, how do you decide who to have as a guest on your show?" There are four lens you can assess potential guest through that allows you to be strategic about who you interview. Listen to start using these lens.
The Secret to Being a Great Mentor
Use this strategy that launched the career of Timothy Ferriss to add value to your proteges you mentor.
3 Tips to Get the Most Out of A Scientific Meeting Even If You Cannot Attend In Person
Dr. Barr shares three tips for getting the most out of a medical meeting even if you cannot attend in person.
Questions Doctors Ask Me: Who Would Want to Listen to My Show?
Doctors look sheepishly at me sometimes and ask, "Who would listen to my show?" There is a better question for them to ask regarding their ideal listener. Listen and find out.
Broad Spectrum Inspiration and Advice
Dr. Barr's podcast is superb. It is a great collection of focused, practical, tangible tips you can take towards success coupled with inspiring, reflective interviews that acknowledge what it feels like to be a doctor and how much more alive we want to feel. How can we take our professional devotion and feel happier, more fulfilled, and use our heart and minds for greater good (for our own gratification and those we impact) while making more money and having more time for the important relationships in our life.
Dr. Barri's interview style is both intimate and instructional, and relevant to MDs every step of the way. She is a warm, clear spoken mentor for sure.
How to Entertain a Great Idea is a great, quick listen to guide you through how to prioritize ideas and how you approach them!
I like the upbeat tone of the podcast and good tips