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Best Jarret Patton Md Pediatrician Professional Consultant Executive Coach podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Jarret Patton Md Pediatrician Professional Consultant Executive Coach podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Dr. Jarret Patton, board-certified pediatrician thought all was lost when accused of a crime he did not commit. After clearing his name, he now is committed to assisting doctors, lawyers, champions, and public officials to be prepared before and recover from finding themselves handcuffed by a situation that threatens their credentials, livelihood, career, family or even their life. When a professional feels dissed, disengaged, disgruntled, disenfranchised, or disempowered, a trusted guide he ...
 
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In this episode we speak with Pittsburgh Steelers Superbowl Champion Mike Logan. Starting from a very young age he proudly stated his life’s goals and objectives which he was determined to make happen. Throughout the many lessons in his career he achieved that bold prediction. From there he made a transition out of the NFL to his own ventures inclu…
 
With all the unsafe working conditions in hospitals across the country during the COVID pandemic, Dr. Pamela Wible is seeing about double the amount of consults to her doctor suicide help line. In this episode (all times approximate): Dr. Wible’s journey into physician suicide started with her own ideation (5:00) Physician suicide epidemic during t…
 
The Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic has caused a record breaking amount of job losses in our economy. The healthcare industry will not be spared from heavy job losses, layoffs, furloughs, or eliminations either. Just because you are a doctor, a dentist, a lawyer, a champion, or a VIP does not mean that your job is safe either. This ‘restart your car…
 
The Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic is giving the US healthcare system a chance to display it’s emergency preparedness. Many physicians, dentists, doctors, and healthcare professionals are rushing to the front lines. Meanwhile administrators and C-Suite executives have tough decisions to make that affect you personally. The last thing they want is b…
 
The Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic is giving the US a chance to display it’s emergency preparedness. Many physicians, dentists, and healthcare professionals are rushing to the front lines to battle this nationwide crisis which is causing a market crash. Being safe with little personal protective equipment in some places is proving to be difficult. …
 
Distractions are all around us: coronavirus (COVID19), market crashes, social media, and more. They are a part of life and need to be dealt with. I give a couple of suggestions to helping you cope with distractions during unsettling. In this episode (all times approximate): Identifying distractions (4:30) Acknowledging distractions (7:00) Using Aff…
 
This episode introduces you to Dr. Deborah Matthew, a best-selling author, integrative and functional medicine physician, and President of the North Carolina Integrative Medicine Society. In this episode (all times approximate:) 2:30 Dr. Deb Matthew started medicine as a pediatrician and transitioned after 10 years. 4:00 Dr. Deb Matthew gets ‘disse…
 
This is a short solo episode for you to digest quickly. Within this episode we talk about feeling like being on top of the world and a subsequent fall that can take place. My rise as a physician executive took a number of years to develop. However, my falling career took a fraction of that time. We discuss strategies and tips to get back off the gr…
 
This episode features meteorologist, television media personality, and master do it yourselfer, Katie Fehlinger. In this episode (all times approximate): 1) 3:00 Learn more about Katie Fehlinger and her training. 2) 9:00 How many times can one person get dissed?!? Katie goes for a record. 3) 17:00 Why quit a very successful career to do something e…
 
This episode features the chief #SoMeDocs Dr. Dana Corriel. We learn about her journey into clinical medicine and into the online world of social media. She tells us many reasons why physicians should be on social media to enhance their career and lives. In this episode (all times approximate): 1) 4:00 Learn more about Dr. Dana Corriel. 2) 10:00 Se…
 
This episode features the Vital Physician Executive, Dr. John Jurica. We learn about his journey into clinical medicine, out of clinical medicine, and back in again. He tells us about his disses and how that shaped his career to help others in non-clinical medicine. In this episode: 1) 4:00 Learn more about Dr. John Jurica. 2) 10:00 Non-Clinical Ph…
 
This episode features America’s Favorite Nurse, Nurse Alice Benjamin. We learn about her and career as a nurse and a media expert. She has been featured on Dr. Oz, Dr. Drew, and multiple national and local television media. In this episode: 1) 4:00 Nurse Alice’s story. 2) 10:00 Dismissed by a large healthcare system, she took her show on the road t…
 
We introduce you to KQueen Kat, a physician, a published scientist, a dancer, a model, and a musician. This interview, conducted at 3:30am PT, is a lot of fun. Why at that hour? That’s how she rolls… In this episode: 1) 3:00 Her entry into medicine and how roadblocks in her life steered her in another direction. 2) 8:00 On becoming a fitness expert…
 
This solo episode highlights the success of Jay Z recently named rap music’s first billionaire. There are several things that we can learn from the rap mogul to apply to our own careers. In this episode: 1) 3:00 Practice your craft. 2) 5:00 Take your show on the road 3) 6:00 Strengthen your brand 4) 8:00 Follow your passions 5) 10:00 Leave your pas…
 
This episode features a discussion with Dr. Niran Al-Agba, a pediatrician and prolific writer. In this episode: 1) 4:00 We discuss her happiness as a general pediatrician. 2) 7:00 Disempowered by an insurance company, she had to spend time, money, and heartache fighting the system. 3) 21:00 Why you should lawyer up to defend your ground. 4) 27:00 L…
 
This episode features a discussion with Dr. Lynn Marie Morski, a physician, a lawyer, a musician, a dancer and a professional quitter. In this episode: 1) 3:30 We discuss her journey into medicine and how she quickly decided that sports medicine was not for her. 2) 12:30 Dis'ed by disease, she realizes that she can’t continue on in medicine in the …
 
This episode features Dr. Lauren Powell a family medicine physician, best-selling author, and culinary expert. In this episode: 1) 4:00 We discuss how a family life event solidified her love for using food as medicine. 2) 10:00 She tells her story of taking her interest in cooking and using it to treat her patients. We learn more about culinary med…
 
This episode features Dr. Bonnie Simpson Mason, an orthopedic surgeon, an author, a non-profit founder, and founder of Beyond The Exam Room. In this episode (times approximate): 1) 4:15 We discuss her journey into medicine and rising above sexism and being a female in a male dominated specialty. 2) 22:00 She tells her story of dealing with a medica…
 
This episode features Dr. Shanicka Scarbrough, a family physician, prolific author and medical director in a live interview from the Momentum in Medicine Conference in Atlanta. In this episode: 1)We discuss her transition into medicine, started her own practice, then left medicine and back in again via medical directorship. 2)We discuss how she use…
 
What does weed, Samsung, and Doctor Jarret have to do with each other? This episode characterizes some common themes within each sector. Professionals must be lifelong learners to remain at the top of their game. There will always be new research, technology, and science to move any industry forward. Investments are made in research and development…
 
Doctors work hard in their jobs and bring home a decent salary. However, for most physicians, there is little education around finances throughout our career. Making a lot of money while having a large debt load can be disastrous for many professionals. We look to certified financial advisor Shane Tenny to provide some insights on money planning fo…
 
Dr. Brian H. Williams, a trauma surgeon, activist, and speaker was thrust into the national spotlight with the Dallas sniper shootings in 2016. This random event with significant meaning put him right in the middle of a national conversation. He wasn’t looking for this type of attention, but this changed his career as he knew it. We discuss ways to…
 
Dr. Kim Simpson is a pediatrician, a medical director, and a wellness independent consultant. She has had a series of life events which had direct implications on her career trajectory. She went from being dismissed to discovered while renewing her passion and taking on another job. We discuss how job transitions can lead to a refreshed and more fu…
 
Dr. Dina Strachan is an author, a speaker, a dermatologist, and the founder of Aglow Dermatology. Adding to her career, she also served on the New York State Board of Medicine. Doctors can find themselves in front of a medical board for numerous reasons; some obvious, others not. We discuss how medical boards work and what physicians should do if c…
 
We talk with Dr. Stephanie Freeman an intensivist, author, and locums tenens physician. We discuss a career option that affords a doctor to live and work in different places, permanently or temporary. We also learn about some tough times in her early career when she was "dissed" as a doctor and how she rebounded into a career that fits her perfectl…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Leah Houston, a founder of HPEC. This emergency physician is now using blockchain technology to create independent networks for physicians that are decentralized. Hear more about Dr. Houston’s career from Emergency Medicine to Direct Primary Care and how her new company is aiming to maximize sovereignty for physicia…
 
In this episode we interview Robyn Symon, a director and producer of the film Do No Harm: Exposing the Hippocratic Hoax. After taking 4 years to research and produce the film, she has an in-depth knowledge which enlightens hospitals and universities across the country of a silent epidemic: physician suicide. Despite having a promising career and po…
 
That dialogue within your head is real. Those inner voices are constantly telling you what to do and what not to do. No you aren’t crazy, but there are specific times that you should pay particular attention concerning your job and your career. This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have you take action! www.timewithdoctorjarr…
 
People often tell doctors to stay in their lane. Physicians are supposed to do only things that the public thinks a physician should do i.e. see patients. Don’t listen to the traditionalists, you can do anything! This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have you take action! www.timewithdoctorjarret.com www.licensedtolive.com…
 
Resilience can be built, it is not inherent. Physicians must take the time to build resilience like everyone else. You will learn several more strategies to build your own resilience to better refresh and restart your career. You will also have the resilience to live a better life! This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have y…
 
Resilience can be built, it is not inherent. Physicians must take the time to build resilience like everyone else. You will learn several strategies to build your own resilience to better refresh and restart your career. You will also have the resilience to live a better life! This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have you ta…
 
This solo episode discusses gratitude. We should be thankful of many things in our life and career as we often take them for granted. You may be surprised what I am thankful for by listening to this episode. This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have you take action! www.timewithdoctorjarret.com www.licensedtolive.com…
 
During our careers, we tend to be comfortable. In fact, doctors like to be comfortable, it means nothing big is happening. Unfortunately, the same is true with our jobs, but if we are comfortable we are not growing. It is time to get uncomfortable to grow. This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have you take action! www.timewi…
 
Doctors often limit their beliefs about their career as society dictates what physicians are supposed to do. This limited thinking can limit the career possibilities that are out there. You can live in your purpose and have the life you deserve if you deny limiting beliefs. This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have you take …
 
For physicians, achieving a good work-life balance is very difficult. Understanding that your family time is your most valuable asset is a part of the balancing equation. The demands of our jobs often make us miss out on life’s important moments. Never be apologetic to spend time with your family. On that note, Happy Thanksgiving! This episode will…
 
Hardships in your career and life can sidetrack you. If you focus your energy on hate, revenge, or holding bitterness, you are wasting time and energy. Even as a doctor, you must learn to let it go so that you can move forward. This episode will change your perspective and is designed to have you take action! www.timewithdoctorjarret.com www.doctor…
 
Physician suicide continues to be a problem today that is not going away. After her own battle with depression when her practice went bankrupt, Dr. Uchenna Umeh fights on against teen depression and suicide. www.teenalive.com (800)273-talk www.restartwebinar.com www.licensedtolive.comBy Jarret Patton MD | Pediatrician | Professional Consultant | Executive Coach | Situation Strategist
 
In solo episode, we take a drive to our destination. As doctors, our intended destination is not always the route we take. Detours in career and life often are intentional to help us achieve greatness. www.restartwebinar.com www.licensedtolive.comBy Jarret Patton MD | Pediatrician | Professional Consultant | Executive Coach | Situation Strategist
 
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