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How to Become the Next Millionaire Next Door

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Release Date: 04/28/2022

Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 2, with BJ Fogg, PhD show art Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 2, with BJ Fogg, PhD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

This is part 2 of my interview with Dr. BJ Fogg, author of Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change Everything. In this part, we talk about how success breeds success and having your patient work on the habit you want them to change shouldn’t be the first priority. The first priority should be what they want to change because it shows them that they can be successful in creating lasting change. We also discuss how positive emotions help to encode habits and he actually came up with a technique to make ourselves feel successful after we’ve performed an act we want to repeat. We end by...

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Let’s Go On a Hippocratic Adventure with Ashwini Bapat, MD show art Let’s Go On a Hippocratic Adventure with Ashwini Bapat, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Ashwini Bapat, MD, is a palliative care doctor and co-Founder of   a community of US-trained physicians practicing and dreaming of practicing medicine outside the US. She is also the founder of   which provides virtual serious illness coaching and advance care planning to individuals and telepalliative care consultations to healthcare organizations.  We talk about the origins of both Hippocratic Adventures and EpioneMD. She also dispels the myth that you need to do a residency in a country to practice there. In fact, the US seems to be the only country that requires residency be...

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Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 1, with BJ Fogg, PhD show art Rerelease: Size Matters Not: Tiny Habits for Big Changes, Part 1, with BJ Fogg, PhD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

This interview is one of my most important. If you are doing to share any of my episodes, this is one that I would implore you to share with your friends, family and colleagues. This is part 1 of 2 of my interviews with BJ Fogg, PhD, author of the book Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything. We all struggle to change our behaviors, to develop good habits and stop bad habits. There is a lot of popular wisdom about this and most, if not all, is just wrong. This is where Dr. Fogg steps in. Dr. Fogg discovered the keys to changing behavior through changing habits. For those of...

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Create and Market Your Online Course Worldwide with Chester Zoda, MD show art Create and Market Your Online Course Worldwide with Chester Zoda, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Dr. Chester Zoda’s education company “Digital Doctor,” helps doctors build passive income with online courses. At the start of the pandemic, Dr Zoda was working 80–100-hour weeks and feeling burnt out and overworked. He wanted to spend more time with family but was unable due to clinical obligations. He wanted to find a way to make extra money, so he created an online course teaching digital marketing via Facebook advertising. His first online course made $5,000 in the first month of launch and was featured on the frontpage of Oberlo magazine. He started taking on additional clients...

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Rerelease: Choosing the Right Financial Advisor with Ryan Inman, MBA show art Rerelease: Choosing the Right Financial Advisor with Ryan Inman, MBA

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Ryan Inman was a fee-only financial advisor who works exclusively with physicians and he teaches how to pick a financial advisor.  How did he end up in the physician niche?  He understands us.  His wife is a pediatric pulmonologist and part of why he understands the struggle so well is that they’ve been together since college.  He graduated from the University of San Diego and has two masters, one in business administration and another in Accounting and financial management.  We discuss how to find a financial advisor and answer questions like, what is a fiduciary,...

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Doctor, Make Your Money Move with Altelisha Taylor, MD, MPH show art Doctor, Make Your Money Move with Altelisha Taylor, MD, MPH

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Dr. Altelisha “Lisha” Taylor is a family medicine resident, professional speaker, doctor-preneur, and money coach who promotes physician wellness through financial literacy. She is the founder of  and creator of the Facebook Group , two platforms that help busy young professionals, especially doctors, put systems in place to build wealth. We first discussed something unrelated to personal finance and it was how someone who went to a super competitive undergrad like Duke, chose the not so competitive specialty of family medicine, and ultimately it came down how one defines success,...

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Rerelease: Cardiac arrest for pathologists to podiatrists with Jeff Jarvis, MD show art Rerelease: Cardiac arrest for pathologists to podiatrists with Jeff Jarvis, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Dr. Jeff Jarvis, the EMS Medical Director for Williamson County EMS and Marble Falls Area EMS in Central Texas, teaches us about cardiac arrest for every physician, from pathologists to podiatrists.  We learn how to identify and manage a cardiac arrest if we happen to be the medical professional on the scene.  We cover multiple circumstances from the woods to the mall to a plane.  After this talk, you will feel better equipped to know what you can and can’t, should and shouldn’t do in those situations. Dr. Jarvis maintains his clinical practice at Baylor Scott & White...

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Using Your Medical Training for Multiple Income Streams with Naomi Lawrence-Reid, MD show art Using Your Medical Training for Multiple Income Streams with Naomi Lawrence-Reid, MD

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Naomi Lawrence-Reid, M.D. is a pediatrician and founder of Doctoring Differently, a course and coaching platform designed to teach physicians of all specialties how to transition out of full-time clinical and academic practice while starting lucrative and flexible careers that best utilize their medical training and experience. We discuss all of her different income streams, like per-diem, locum tenens, veteran and social security disability exams, medical expert witness work, aesthetics, how she got into each of them, how we can get started, and why it is OK for a pediatrician to inject Botox...

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Rerelease: Physician’s Guide to Trauma-Informed Healthcare Approaches with Megan Gerber, MD, MPH show art Rerelease: Physician’s Guide to Trauma-Informed Healthcare Approaches with Megan Gerber, MD, MPH

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Megan Gerber, MD, MPH is a general internist with a career-long focus on the medical care of trauma-exposed women. We start out defining trauma and then get introduced to trauma-informed care.  Interfacing with the medical system and physicians can be traumatizing and triggering, so we discussed ways to minimize that, and why it actually isn’t important to identify who needs trauma informed care. We should be taking a “universal precautions” like approach.  She teaches us how to incorporate a routine of respectful care and how we can get the staff involved.  The approach...

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Everyone Needs a Virtual Assistant or Three with Steven Kupferman, DMD, MD of MedVA.com show art Everyone Needs a Virtual Assistant or Three with Steven Kupferman, DMD, MD of MedVA.com

Physician's Guide to Doctoring with Bradley B. Block, MD

Steven Kupferman DMD, MD, Co-Founder, and CEO of MedVA, holds D.M.D. and M.D. degrees from the Harvard School of Dental Medicine and UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine, respectively. He first pioneered the use of Virtual Assistants to optimize the management of his six oral surgeon practice while simultaneously improving the quality of patient care. He then went on to found MedVA, a healthcare virtual staffing company. They vet the healthcare professionals, mostly registered nurses in the Philippines before hiring and then they are trained in the MedVA proprietary program to optimize...

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