Mitchel M.D. Project You Podcast

Primal Bliss

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Primal Bliss Nutrition for the way our bodies were designed Eat, Work & Play Like Our Ancestors Simplicity is a solution that I fell in love with years ago.  Deciphering the nutritional data is confusing at best. Why not try a simpler approach? I sat down with nutritional therapist, Kathryn Kos, and had a fantastic […]

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Nut Meat

Nuts, Protein and More Nuts are an awesome food.  More than a snack for sure.  I love nuts, probably to a fault, and wanted to share some reasons to reach for more than just peanuts and almonds. Nuts deliver high quality protein, healthy fats and a variety of nutrients to make the machinery in your […]

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Happy?

How To Boost Your Happiness Are you happy right now?  What mindset or approach do you use to increase your happiness or shape a positive outlook on life? Try out these effective methods to put a smile on your face and live a happier life.   Express Gratitude The simple act of expressing gratitude boosts […]

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Your Smile

“Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.” — Thich Nhat Hanh Photocredit: BigStock

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Imperfect Action

  “I encounter every lesson in life on purpose” -Jadah Sellner Jadah Sellner at WDS2014 from Chris Guillebeau on Vimeo. Jadah is a fully engaged and passionate speaker.  The summary points of this talk are below.  I hope her story inspires you to do great things in your life. 3 Rules to live by: Say […]

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Get Functional

What I Do Functional medicine appeals to me as a physician on multiple levels. After decades of working in hospitals and emergency departments, I grew dismayed at seeing the same patients repeatedly suffering the same health problems. Functional medicine focusing on the root of the problem. By going upstream from health issues and disease, we […]

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Novel Yoga Pose

The Human Machine Yoga   Yoga, Tai Chi and Qigong – all powerful in aligning the mind and body.  Pick one and incorporate it into your routine. Make it a habit. As a physician, I love the simplicity of certain poses and routines.  I won’t use the correct terms because I can never remember them. […]

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Project You Podcast episode 6

Skinny Fat

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In 1946, President Truman enacted School Lunch program due to malnutrition. Now these antiquated subsidies impact what our kids eat. The sound of death approaching now takes the tone of pop cans opening.  Unfortunately, we have become deaf to this warning bell. By 2050 1/3 of all Americans will have diabetes.  95% will be obese. What […]

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Fear

Try

Fear of trying causes paralysis.   Trying only causes sweating and trembling. -Mason Cooley           Danny Macaskill: The Ridge

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How Do You Dress?

Showing Up Common sense is different than common practice.   Showing up is the most important part of success in anything.  It’s not thoughts that define a person, but rather their actions. A lot has been written about the habits of highly successful people.  Creating the proper mindset and crafting situations is a critical element […]

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One Touch Productivity

Getting Things Done – Productivity Technique Tasks have a way of expanding and shifting when not dealt with immediately.  How often do we put off a simple task for later?  Soon, the pile of simple little tasks is huge.  If you have a pile of unpaid bills, unopened junk mail or piles of stuff scattered […]

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Eliminate Stress Project You

Stress Management

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The Art of Mastering Stress The ubiquitous problem of stress makes it unlikely that anyone reading this is living a stress free life.  While there are both good and bad types of stress, the nonstop barrage can deflate our spirit.  Knowing how to effectively manage and eliminate sources of stress allows the creation of a […]

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Fear

Interpreting Your Fears   Fear is excitement without the breath.   Fear is common.  How you process it shapes your life.  I’m not talking about life threatening issues or dangerous situations, but rather those daily fears that limit growth.  They may be random thoughts that pop up during the day, or other deeper fears that […]

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Rewrite your story

Redo

Take a Do Over Think back on yesterday or any day from the recent past.  What would you like to have done differently? Take a deep look at what could have gone better.  How could you have shown up and been more present? Use the power of hindsight to craft a different version of that […]

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Productivity Tools

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Hacking Productivity Productivity is essential for success. Implement these tools and techniques to simplify your life, get more done and enjoy freedom. This weeks podcast covers just a small bit of the entire Productivity Module IFTTT Zapier Fiverr Fancy Hands Be sure to check out the full module for an arsenal of tools, techniques and […]

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Gary Hirsch

BraveBot

Helping Through Creativity Gary Hirsch is an amazing creative.  Also happens to care about the world around him. I had the opportunity to meet him briefly and hear him speak at WDS2014. He shared all about the monsters he was afraid of as a kid.  When his father told him to go ahead and draw […]

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Mental flow

Flow

Mental Flow States The feeling is unmistakable and unforgettable.  Being immersed in an active with intense focus, full concentration and the entire being engaged results in flow.  Athletes often call it the zone, but the sound of flow makes more intuitive sense. The father of flow reasearch, Csikszentmihalyi, relates that emotions are harnessed and directed […]

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Impossible

Impossible

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Do The Impossible   It’s so easy to let fear and intimidation limit growth.  Achieving the impossible is completely within your grasp. I caught up with Joel Runyon this summer in Portaland after he and a group of friends finished jumping off a crazy high bridge.  He has put himself out there and helped others […]

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Multitasking Myth

Why Multitasking is Hurting You Multitasking is generally accepted as a proven method to get more done. Is it really that effective? External appearances make the completion of two or more things simultaneously seem highly effective.  While this may work for the most mundane or routine tasks, anything of value is compromised. Originally coined to […]

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Morning Coffee?

Coffee and Wine I love coffee. I need coffee. End of story, but…. Looking feminine is not something most men equate masculinity with. Coffee and wine really equates to caffeine and alcohol as you read further. So what’s the point? Excess caffeine and alcohol boost the levels of estrogen in the male body. Not just […]

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Metabolism Boosters

Three Quick Ways to Boost Your Metabolism We are all wired differently from a physiologic standpoint.  Experiment and learn what works best for your body and optimize your metabolism.  Specific activities, actions and supplements can produce impressive results.  I’ll be talking more about the bio-supplement aspect based on science in another post.  Read on for 3 […]

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Integrating change to live an optimized life

HIIT Training, Goals vs. Strategy

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Project You Episode 2 This episode focuses on 2 concepts High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Goals vs. Strategy   HIIT HIIT is highly effective in achieving optimal fitness in short order.  I jumped into a 9 month HIIT program with a professional coach and saw amazing improvements in my triathlon season.  I even threw in […]

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Unplug from Addiction

Are You an Addict? How do you feel when you forget your cell phone at home?   What if your iPad is dead? How long can you stay off FB in the morning? I’m the first to admit my guilt on this front. The daily struggle gets a bit easier when I focus on the […]

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Going Full Stop

There are far, far better things ahead than anything we leave behind. — C. S. Lewis   The natural tendency is to focus on what we don’t want. Doing so results in attracting the very things we don’t want. Action: Take a moment to write down what you really want to get out of life. Writing […]

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Joel Zaslofsky

You on Stitcher

Project You Episode 1: The Value of Simple SimpleRev founder, Joel Zaslofsky, shares the amazing transformation and how the art of simplicity has the power to transform lives.  The mission of simplicity is a game changer and Joel has a very cool personal story and reveals how the journey out of corporate life has made all the […]

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Learning in 20 hours

Learn Success

Learning = Success Those who have learned will become obsolete, while those learning will rule the future. I may have misquoted a bit and have misplaced the attribution, but the message is the same Learning is a powerful way to shape your future. Acquired knowledge is one thing that cannot be taken from you and […]

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Grateful Disappointment

Live with Gratitude Ring the bells that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack, a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in. — Leonard Cohen Gratitude is a powerful concept. Social scientists and researchers report a 25% boost in happiness for those who express gratitude on a regular basis. Action: […]

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In Between

Magic in the Mundane The explosion of social media has created a monster of sorts.  As a health care professional, I see patients on a daily basis suffering from various degrees of depression.  My staff grumble about how their life is so ordinary and boring compared to their facebook friends.  Seeing all the cool things […]

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Integrating change to live an optimized life

Simple Revolution

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SimpleRev A Simple Revolution Welcome to the inaugural podcast of Project You Want the transcript?           We are all way too busy.  What is the typical response whenever you ask someone how they are doing?  “Oh, man.  I am so busy!  I’m good but so tired.” It doesn’t have to be […]

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Take This Risk

What is the Biggest Risk in your life right now? The Biggest Risk is Doing Nothing. If you want to find out what is around the next corner in your life, step forward and take a look. Risk is an intimidating foe.  No doubt about it.  So is mediocrity.  The surest way to avoid risk […]

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Cure Your Bladder Infection

UTI /  Bladder Infection Bladder infections are likely the #2 reason for a doctor visit. Knowing a few simple facts can save time and money. I created this short guide to help patients advocate for themselves. Let me know if any comments or questions. Cure a Bladder Infection from Mitchel Schwindt

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Smart Phones & Dumb People

Can Smart & Dumb Coexist? Sad reality, but true. I’m guilty at times and am sure you may struggle with this same issue Take a few moments to watch this and ponder the consequences in your own life  

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Change

Consider This Aspect of Change Want something different? Better? Simpler? More exciting?   Then step up and make some changes.   We often spend so much time and energy focusing on what we don’t want. Try expending as much energy focusing on what you actually do want. Use that energy and action to draw those […]

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Caring with a Song

Music & Caring I wanted to share this simple act of kindness demonstrated by several college students.  Using their creative energy, they brightened the day of someone down on his luck and inspired those around (including me). It always amazes me to watch simple acts like this and contemplate what the world would be like […]

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Live your life fully

On Your Last Day

Imagine It’s Your Last Day “Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.“ -Mark Twain   Tomorrow is your last day of health and full function.  We have no control over the future and unpredictable badness can and does happen. What would you do […]

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Testosterone and You

Testosterone and You I have been thinking about this issue and how to convey its importance without boring you to tears.  The ‘Low T’ issue has critical implications for health and is more important and prevalent than many realize. This issue floats around in the popular media, but it tends to be confusing for most […]

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DARE

I Dare You

Take These Six Dares -if you want to achieve great things in your life After attending a conference on motivation and transformation, I wanted to share these take-away points.  I apologize that I don’t have the correct attribution to the speaker.  Here are my notes from this amazing session. Be DARE-ing to live an amazing life […]

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AJ & Me

Human Guinea Pig? Meet AJ Jacobs This July, I had the opportunity to meet AJ and chat about writing and life.  I was headed to grab some food and a cold beverage on a particularly hot day in Portland, OR. Who walks by?  AJ Jacobs. He had delivered a hilarious talk early that day and […]

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Fired

Why Physicians Are Devalued

Devalued as a Physician This has been one incredible week of change and transformation.  A fellow ER colleague and I lifted the curtain and saw the nasty scene of administrative secret dealings.  I penned my resignation from the “schedule”, and have shifted focus to working where talents are appreciated. Derailed At times, we all feel […]

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Dealing with criticism

Criticism Tactic

When Others Point an Ugly Finger We have all been there at the end of what seems like unwarranted criticism.  Realize that people all have their “stuff” to deal with and at times you are the nearest channel.  Others may vent their frustrations and anger with you at the receiving end. You initial reaction may […]

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PoP 777

Is 777 Impossible?

Running Across The Planet Joel Runyon and I chatted about how to achieve the impossible.  Now he is doing it…Again. What could be better than crushing physical boundaries and creating amazing opportunities for children in need? Nothing I borrowed this from his fundraising site, as I he does an awesome job describing what it’s all […]

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Test Taking eBook

Test Success

Strategies for Test Taking Success I wrote the first guide 4 years ago and shared it on Amazon.  Since then, several iterations have ensued and the test taking strategies book has grown from a 14 page PDF to 90 pages. Test taking strategies allow the motivated student to answer more questions correctly. Students will learn […]

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Thirst

Thirst

Imaging Thirst Without Water We race through the morning oblivious to the simple things around us. We take for granted what others fight for daily. We ingest and consume from the moment our feet hit the ground in the morning and often continue this pattern until our head rests on the pillow. But what if […]

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Global Citizen

World Citizens

Be Global I love this place and I felt compelled to share it with you. Where can children from around the country and world come together to grow, laugh, learn and play?      Answer:  An International Language Camp   WHO Teachers who see the world as our classroom—who make everyday activities come alive in […]

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Smile therapy for love

Sunday Smile

Making Choices Based on Fear vs. Love As the weekend winds down, I though you deserve a little smile therapy. If you are like most ‘traditional’ workers in this country (US) you are preparing for another grueling week. I’ve been there too often and know the pain of the Sunday night blues. We hear this […]

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Gut Check

What we put into our body & mind is critical for our health and longevity. The population of bacteria in our gut vastly outnumbers the cells in our bodies. These little bugs are smarter than most realize. They have evolved over millenia and have the ability to communicate with each other and influence the hormonal […]

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Beginning Meditation

Start Simply Stress is a major problem for the vast majority and dealing with it in a positive and constructive manner doesn’t have to be such a challenge. enter…Meditation   Before you click away, let the Woo-Woo thoughts pass and understand the value of a few moments of time.  In these few minutes, your body […]

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Life’s Choices

what do you choose? life boils down to a series of choicesstepping forward or stepping back or not stepping at allthe conscious decision to make a choice, to step forward into the fray and embrace the discomfort or pain is what makes all the difference in lifethis video is a poignant reminder of how every decision […]

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Death from Corn

Death From Corn

The Real Truth About Corn I love popcorn.  Perhaps, I love it even more than my kids.  That delicious butter and salt.  But knowing what it does to the body causes pause and contemplation.   Do I really want to die from eating this crap?     The How of Death by Corn Strip the […]

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Losing is o.k.

4th Place

Losing in Order to Help I love to compete in triathlon and endurance races.  It’s in my blood and last week was my “A” race.  I was rested, well trained and prepared for a podium finish. The morning opened with a gentle breeze and the sun cascading off the water with a brilliant sparkle as […]

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World Domination Summit

Namaste

How We Set a New World Record When was the last time you had an opportunity to set a new world record?  I thought so….Me too.  That’s why I couldn’t resist this opportunity. I am not always a huge fan of crowds, but when the opportunity to set a new world record came along, I couldn’t […]

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Bally’s

Bally’s Total Fitness A special thanks to Bally Total Fitness for featuring our Smoothie Recipes for Triathletes book in their summer news letter. Feel a bit of pride and happy that other athletes are loving the book.  This little gem is packed full of recipes based on science and sports medicine literature.  Both athletes and […]

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Unseen

Thinking vs Doing – The Unseen The temptation to dwell on what is instead of what is possible isoften too much to resist.  The unseen is often there within your reach.I ask you to push that way of thinking aside and embrace the dreamwhere passion and hard work create a new and far better reality. […]

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Not

Focus Not on the Not Funny sentence from the grammatical point of view, but relevant for developing and maintaining a positive frame of reference. It seems to be a natural tendency to answer questions with what we don’t want rather than what we desire.  Why do we struggle to explain our hopes, dreams and desires? […]

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Smile therapy

I bet you smile

This short post comes on the heels of a perfect weekend.   I took 3rd place in a long course triathlon, watched my son play amazingly well in 4 soccer games during an epic 6 v 6 tournament and celebrated life with my wife and family.  The weather was perfect and the energy infectious.  We […]

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Forget about money and focus on passion

Forget

Forget Forget is different that forgetful.  The issue to close to home centers around education and money. Yes that sometimes taboo topic that many are closely tied to. Money Forget about money for a moment and understand that to remove it from the equation opens up a whole new realm of opportunities and possibilities. Nowhere […]

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Check Yourself

Morning Ritual This technique is a simple yet effective way to gauge not only your fitness level but overall health. We’re all stressed and busy but having some concrete data allows an objective assessment. For those who are balancing family, career and exercise, knowing when to push on vs. taking it easy is critical to […]

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Are You a Pig?

Tame Your Hunger I love the grill and backyard parties.  The challenge is resisting temptation. What better time of year than the summer parties to sample amazing food. This is a particularly challenging time for many of us. The temptation of eats and sweets is too much to resist. Should we all just settle in to the […]

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Committment

Interested versus Committed Yesterday was an amazing morning. I joined over 700 committed individuals as we formed the largest yoga chain in history. The Great Namaste was an energizing experience and the commitment to make it happen speaks for it self.  I’ve share some photos of the day on Instagram and Flickr. Committed?  of Just […]

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Is Your Balance Off?

Unabalanced? Fix IT   We are all prone to muscle imbalance.  Most of us sit in an office chair for most of the day, then get up and drive home.  Sit some more to eat and catch up with the rest of our family. Tight hips, sore back, achey neck and fatigue are the result. For those […]

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Fatigue and inflammation

Feel Like Crap?

Do You Feel Like Crap? Answer these simple questions: Do you feel tired, achey and sore? Do you feel physically ill after a hard workout? Does it take longer to recover than you would normally expect? When is the last time you really looked in your mouth?   Triathletes are busy.  Time is at a […]

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Executive Athletes

Focus

Focus = Here and Now I wrote this short actionable piece for Executive Athletes as a guest post.   an excerpt: Look around at your fellow colleagues mired in the trenches.  How many are happy, balanced and prosperous? I am sure you know several who hung up their bike or have long since stopped pounding the […]

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Project You – Sneak Peak

This project combines all my passion for getting the most from the human form – physical, mental and a bit of the spiritual side as well. My team is busy developing the final aspects of this special project that focuses on YOU. I don’t want to give away too many details, but you won’t want […]

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Motivation Pink

Dan Pink on Motivation This video really needs no introduction. Dan has an amazing story and his wisdom is truly inspirational. Part of my mission and passion is to find and share compelling presentations that will impact how you see the world and approach the toils of your day to day struggles. Enjoy! With gratitude, […]

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Fired

Virginity

Loosing My Virginity as a Birthday Gift I sat down with a nice glass of red wine and popped open my laptop.  It was the end of a grueling day and week and my plan was to send a few emails and relax.  My official birthday was just a few hours away. Over the years […]

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Stress Relief

Stressed Out? Try this Powerful 30 Second Stress Relief Technique Life is chaotic at best. We all run around with frenetic energy until we collapse. Take a moment and reset your mind.     This powerfully simple technique will change your attitude and life. Get comfortable Rub your hands together to warm them up Gently […]

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Travel Past Embarrassment

Life is Short – Move Past Your Issues I wanted to share this short and inspirational clip.  We have all been there – that moment of self-doubt / uncomfortableness / fear No one expects you to be fearless or unafraid.  It’s the ability to act despite those thoughts and emotions that allows some to achieve […]

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Simple Savings

Does Everything in Health Care Have to Cost a Fortune?   The sad reality is that healthcare is expensive and continues on an exponential path in the wrong direction. Many simple problems can be addressed with little or no lab tests and a simple generic prescription. Over 15 years ago I began to see an alarming […]

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A Physician's Coming of Age

50 Flights

A Physician’s Coming of Age Publication Date: May 5, 2014 Strap into the jump seat and come along for a flight. See first hand what goes on behind the scenes in the high pressure world of emergency and trauma care as it is delivered in the field. The author shares poignant tales of what it’s like […]

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Rewiring Happiness

Are You Happy? Many things in life are perceived incorrectly in one light or another.  Maybe incorrect is the wrong word, but if an event stirs unpleasant emotions inside a person could it be possible that it’s their own fault? The world is interpreted through each individual’s eyes and colored as such based on experience, […]

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Your Mind – Map It Out

Mind Map One of the absolute best tools to help you get a firm graps on your thoughts are mind maps.  If you are not already using these tools, you will be blown away at the surge in your creativity as you work thruogh a mind map.  There are several excellent programs out there.  Two […]

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Busy = Healthy

Being Busy and Staying Alive Busy does not preclude remaining healthy.  Will Lentzen Jr has launched a movement centered around that important concept. Listen in as he launches his new podcast to rave reviews     http://www.founderhealth.co/how-an-er-doctor-entrepreneur-and-published-author-stays-healthy/

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Life’s Train Ride

Life You never know where it will take you… Just wanted to share this little poem to trigger some thoughts for today.   A very beautiful and thought provoking message.   Life is like a journey on a train…with its stations…with changes of routes…and with accidents! At birth we boarded the train and met our […]

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On Happiness

Happiness Simple things on being happy.  Sometimes it takes a younger mind to teach others the simplicity of happiness.   Make a living vs. making a life.

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Doing What You Love

Are You Doing What You Love? How many shots do we all get at this thing called life? That’s right……. These people are living their dream and waking each day with a profound sense of awe.

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Could Being Single Be Dangerous?

Could being SINGLE be DANGEROUS to your HEALTH??   I read an interesting study last week.   The results….interesting.  I’ll sum it up for you in a few sentences.  If you want the nitty gritty details, read on below.  I’ve pulled out some of the data to share.   The gist of it: Singles have a […]

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Sing Your Song

Sing Your Song Why do we measure quantity over quality?  Why do we push towards a goal we are not even sure is the best destination for our children? If you are interested in the direction we are headed as a country and in the future of our (your) children, please watch this short 12 […]

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What are you saying?

Life

45 Life Lessons Wisdom from a 90 year-old Not every day is a walk in the park, nor should it be…but…it is nice to have a reminder about the beauty around us and that everything has a purpose.  My good friend Steve forwarded this to me.  I’ve read it before, but always take the time […]

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Child Entrepreneurs Change Everything

The Path to Lifelong Meaning Cameron Herald gives an amazing TED talk titled:  Let’s Raise Kids to Be Entrepreneurs. It’s one of the most practical and directly applicable talks I’ve seen.   “Teach to fish instead of giving the fish away”

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Naming Yourself

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Name or Niche or What   Choosing a Name (audio intro) You are well on your way to developing your passion. Perhaps even looking to turn it into a passive stream of income. You need to NAME your baby!  There are many factors that go into this important decision and I’ll spell them out below. […]

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Thrive

Science of Thriving There’s a lot of advice out there – but where’s the evidence that it actually works? Join an extraordinary group of world-renowned scientists, psychologists, and experts as they explain how each of us can be happier and more effective in every area of our lives, by understanding the science of thriving.

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What If Your Wrong

Being Human Means Being Wrong Sometimes Dr. Peter Attia shares a poignant moment in his life as a doctor. As a young surgical resident, Peter Attia felt contempt for a patient with diabetes. She was overweight, he thought, and thus responsible for the fact that she needed a foot amputation. But years later, Attia received […]

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Rejection Therapy

Rejection Therapy As it turns out, the more successful you are, the more rejection you’ll experience.   Starting is always the hardest part.  The most successful and creative often breakdown the process into 2 separate and distinct steps. Conceive an idea Step away and do not allow “rational talk” deter taking action on the idea. […]

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Innovation & Change

Innovation & Change We, as in the world, all benefit from amazing, passionate and driven individuals. Imagine having a major medical procedure and riding your bike home 3 hours later.  Treatments that formerly required dramatic incisions or opening of the skull can now be done without any incisions. The collaboration on this project crosses all […]

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Inspire

True Inspiration Kyle Maynard shares his powerful brand of inspiration. Perseverance takes on a completely new level. Working last week in a large metro healthcare system, several of my fellow physicians who I deeply respect, shared their dismay at the “job” and how something better just has to come along.  To a crowd of blank […]

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Dr. Mitchel Schwindt

Dr. Silvers

  Why I Gave Up Practicing Medicine by Christine Tsien Silvers, M.D., Ph.D.   Dr. Silvers gave me permission to share her story.  See the podcast episode and video from our conversation. Every year in February we travel from Massachusetts to California so that my three young kids, Daniel, Steven, and Katherine, might someday remember […]

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Helping

Helping Others Helping Others is part and parcel of life, not only as a health care professional but also as a credo to live by. I’ve received a ton of help over the last few years of my entrepreneurial journey and to give back is required. Kiva Find entrepreneurs from around the world who just […]

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Where is the podcast??

Where is the podcast??   If you were checking out the Physician’s Non-Clinical Guide podcast don’t worry….I’m still available for those looking to diversify their talents and share their wisdom in a different context.  While I still practice clinical medicine and love the interaction with patients, the current government driven system makes providing care difficult. […]

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Learn Podcasting

      Online Learn To Podcast Tutorial Free Access use coupon code:  MMD2013 I created this course to help others learn how to podcast without the technical worries. It’s time to share your voice! The coupon code is open for 50 new students.  Join Today. This course is designed for anyone who wants to […]

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Critical Retirement Advice

Critical Retirement Advice Listen in on Dr. Setu’s advice and wisdom related to critical elements for retirement planning.  I’ve known Setu for several years and his advice, talents and experience speaks for itself.  He provides high quality advice at his blog:  http://www.lotuswealthsolutions.com/

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Tools For Successful Creating

Tools To Make Your Life Easier   This is more of an outsourcing post, but I felt it important to share some resources that can take away the pain of creating a book.  I hate proofreading and editing with a passion, but it is a necessary component of creating anything of significant value. To make […]

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Getting Published

Get Published Opening the publisher’s letter and sliding out my first royalty check is a feeling I won’t soon forget. Here is my experience venturing into the world of book publishing and working with publisher.  It was not as difficult as I had imagined, or perhaps I just got lucky. I came across an article that […]

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Outsource Yourself

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Passive Income Stream Outsourcing Your Talents [Audio clip: view full post to listen]   As a physician you posses a unique set of skills and talents plus an enormous wealth of knowlege.  Why not share that information in a format that generates passive income for you. Outsourcing yourself is an easy way to share your […]

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Energy

Your Energy “Energy, however, can be systematically expanded — and it can also be regularly renewed. To operate at our best, we need four energy sources: physical (quantity), emotional (quality), mental (focus), and the energy of the human spirit (purpose). This talk will focus on the role of energy in fueling sustainable high performance, and […]

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Finding Motivation

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Motivation, Diversification & Overcoming Objections Motivation will be the force that gets you to the other side, diversification will sustain you through the ebb and flow that always occurs and dealing with objections from day 1 will give you the courage to forge ahead. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] If you never swing […]

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