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Invest in Your Health

Grow your nest egg by adopting a holistic approach to your health. 

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Why We Need Medical Practice Entrepreneurs

Take a look at the course catalog of the medical schools in the US or the ACGME competencies following residency training and it is unlikely you will find a mandatory course or competency with the learning objective of teaching attendees physician entrepreneurship i.e. how to run a private practice profitably using a viable business model, how to add value as an employed physician intrapreneur, how to be a social entrepreneur or how to get an idea, invention or discovery to patients. 

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Should You Really Think Out of the Box?

How many times have you been encouraged to "think out of the box"? It generally means you should challenge the status quo, innovate, disrupt and a multitude of other buzzwords. For example, here are 3 ways to do it.

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10 Coping Strategies for Distress Tolerance

Distress is so uncomfortable that people understandably want to make it go away as soon as possible. At the moment of intense emotions, it feels like it may never end. Extreme emotions distort thinking and sometimes people make choices that cause more harm (self-injury, suicide attempt, telling off your boss, ending a relationship, etc…). These choices are an attempt at coping strategies and calming the distress, but ultimately they don’t support recovery. Learning distress tolerance skills to manage emotion in ways that aren’t harmful will help you remain on the path of recovery and mental wellness.

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The Dangers of Alcohol Abuse

There are downsides to regular alcohol use and this article will go into detail about the certain drawbacks and dangers of alcohol abuse: addiction, tolerance to alcohol, alcohol blackouts, and dangerous withdrawal. These consequences can happen at various levels of alcohol intake for different people. Learn more about what to look for with regular drinking.

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What is True? The Evidence Base for Evidence Based

To know that something is true - not to have faith in it, wish for it, hope, or believe it to be true, but to know - perhaps we can agree that you need some kind of evidence. To know something is true with a very high level of confidence, perhaps we can agree further that you need high-caliber, genuinely convincing evidence. Hold that thought while we toss an apple.

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Physician Entrepreneurship: How to Give Good Advice

One way to put a toe in the water of physician entrepreneurship is to become an advisor to a startup founder or client or simply someone who wants your opinion. However, being an advisor that creates value means you have to deliver the 7Ms. You will have to deliver the value that startup CEOs are looking for: money, marketing, making something, management, manpower, mentors, monitoring the environment and mergers and acquisitions.