this discussion is based on the following lecture

Simple But Spectacular Tricks to Level-Up Messaging

Lecture was delivered by Keith Ferrin, as a part of our “Even Doctors Need ife Lessons” Series

The Panel Discussion

Note: this discussion panel was streamed live, into our Youtube channel and the doctors-only Facebook group. See host & panelist bios below.


Dr. Amelia L. Bueche


Dr. Amelia L. Bueche is a specialist in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, nurturing health and empowering patients to realize their amazing inherent capacity. Dr. Bueche founded This Osteopathic Life to expand the understanding and application of osteopathic philosophy beyond the clinical setting, ultimately serving as guiding principles for a cultural revolution grounded in love and humanity.  Dr Bueche is a leader of coaches and a coach of leaders, serving as Chair of Coaching for AMWA IGNITE and is the founder of Coaching For Institutions – Bringing Health to Medicine. She specializes in design and facilitation of coaching programs for physicians at all stages of education, training and practice, helping them unleash their inner potential to develop immunity to burnout and find success in any situation.


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Dr. Latifat Akintade


Dr. Latifat Akintade is a practicing Gastroenterologist. She is also a money and mindset coach. She helps women Physician master their psychology of money and personal finance so they can have the confidence to spend well, save well, live well and make financial decisions to help achieve financial independence. Her dream is that every woman Physician will live richly, live their dreams and practice medicine because they want to and not because they have to .

Dr. Christopher Loo


Dr. Christopher Loo is an entrepreneur, investor, TEDx speaker, and digital health consultant. He received his MD-PhD from the medical scientist training program from the joint Baylor College of Medicine and Department of Bioengineering at Rice University. During his second year of medical school, he started two companies investing in real estate, equities, and options trading, achieving financial freedom-independence during his final year of medical school. In 2007, he matched into Orthopedic Surgery at Rutgers University before embarking on a full-time career as a real-estate entrepreneur in 2008. After achieving FIRE status by his mid-thirties, Dr. Loo then started his digital health consulting company. He directs digital health strategy as a member of the advisory board for Valhalla Healthcare, an early-stage digital health technology AI startup. In addition, he is a regular guest contributor to KevinMD, has authored four books on Amazon, is the creator of the online course Multiple Streams of Passive Income For Physicians, and founder of the growing private Facebook group, Financial Freedom for Physicians.
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Dr. David Law


Dr. David Law is a hospitalist and filmmaker who was educated first at UC Berkeley and then the UC Davis School of Medicine, and completed his Internal Medicine residency at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. When not on the wards, he pursues the creative arts in Los Angeles. He is the co-founder and tenor saxophonist of the ‘Strictly Poultry’, a funk horn band that plays throughout southern California. Along with his creative partner and graphic artist Aaron Little, he founded ‘3rd Call Productions’, a film production company that has produced several award-winning short films that have been shown in film festivals throughout the world. He is blessed to have his production team consist of his talented childhood friends, who are crazy enough to come along for the ride. He is married to his lovely wife, Veena, a developmental pediatrician, and they have an even lovelier baby, Violet.

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