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Michael Hersh, MD joins, on this episode of Entrepreneurs in Medicine (with Dr. Corriel).

We talk about:

  • Finding his “what’s next”
  • Few male physicians in coaching
  • Leaning into discomforts
  • Having no support system after training
  • Finding like-minded people (like on SoMeDocs)
  • The podcast he-co-hosted
  • The need for a “prescription” to step away..
  • Building a podcast he co-hosted
  • How Dr. Hersh builds his side ventures while practicing full-time
  • Saying yes versus saying no

 

Dr. Hersh’s entire profile can be viewed here.

Dr. Corriel wrote an article based on some of the discussion in this episode called What a Good Doctor Does.

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Shoutouts & Links from this Episode:

Our Facebook Groups were mentioned, including Doctor side Ventures, all listed and linked here.

Dr. Arpita Gupta DePalma, MD, FAAP, Dr. Hersh’s co-host.

Our SERIES, where you can find other shows focusing on a specific theme in health and healthcare.

Amanda Kaine’s episode, A Medical Student Reflects On Overcoming Struggles No One Should Have To, can be viewed or listened to, here.

Mentioned in this episode were coaches, and getting coaching help. Find a list of coaches here.

LinkedIn Blueprint, the 5-day tips on optimizing your profile: here. Plus, the LinkedIn Builder Package, here.

 

 

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