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How to be more like a duck. The Duck Legs Podcast is a show hosted by physiotherapy students seeking to gain wisdom & knowledge from successful professionals. The podcast is focused around this quote by Jacob Braude: “Always behave like a duck- keep calm and unruffled on the surface, but paddle like the devil underneath.”We're trying to go beneath the surface to learn the tools and traits that gives our guests the mindset to overcome challenges and thrive. The podcast will be an inside look into how our guests are able to work so efficiently and impact positive change.

The Duck Legs Podcast Duck Legs

    • Education
    • 4.8, 23 Ratings

How to be more like a duck. The Duck Legs Podcast is a show hosted by physiotherapy students seeking to gain wisdom & knowledge from successful professionals. The podcast is focused around this quote by Jacob Braude: “Always behave like a duck- keep calm and unruffled on the surface, but paddle like the devil underneath.”We're trying to go beneath the surface to learn the tools and traits that gives our guests the mindset to overcome challenges and thrive. The podcast will be an inside look into how our guests are able to work so efficiently and impact positive change.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

randywatson ,

Great content!

As a PT with 20 years experience, I love seeing the new generation of Physical Therapist and what they are doing to drive our industry forward. Thanks guys.

Dr Feilgood ,

Can’t believe...

These guys are only students! Great content coming from students of healthcare!

BetsyMDT ,

Disappointed...and saddened...

Guys, seriously? I recently listened to your interview with Dr Jarod Carter. It was going along great, I was really enjoying. However, about 50 mins in to it, you all lost it. As a Doctor of Physical Therapy who takes pride in the profession I’ve been affiliated with for more than 30 years, to hear your comment regarding baby boomers putting a strain on the Medicare system made me really question the viability of our profession. As future health care providers you may want to adjust your “we should just kill them all” (that’s literally what you said) mentality to perhaps one of a more caring, nurturing, and selfless attitude. As a baby boomer myself and a 32-year veteran of the profession of physical therapy in which I have helped countless patients older than myself maintain their quality of life to the greatest extent possible, I took great offense to your dark and dangerous comments. Editing would
have been a really great idea. Seriously.

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