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Listen to this podcast each day for a year - and you'll hear the inside tips & techniques that have helped hundreds of other TED/x speakers impact the world with their ideas.Join more than 8000 other Udemy students who have taken the conversational course I cohost under the titles "TEDx Talk Success: Be a Sought After TedX Speaker" | TEDx for NGOs, NonProfits & Volunteers.

Latest Episodes

412 - Working On (Not Just In) Your Practice

This phrase is borrowed from Michael Gerber's classic, "The e-Myth". Originally written for business owners (entrepreneurs), the idea applies to physicians also. Physicians are the leaders of healthcare. But the traditions of medicine teach you to work IN their practice instead of also ON your practice. This means that while you are healing patients, other parties have intercepted you with regulations. This episode introduces a bigger picture so that you can engage on a higher level if you so choose.

23 MINFEB 14
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412 - Working On (Not Just In) Your Practice

411: Margin Is Leverage

We talk a LOT about margin in this podcast - and it recently occured to me that margin is simply a means to an end. Margin gives you the time to follow my friend Dr. Bill Yount's mantra which is to Pause-Plan-Pivot. What's even better than margin longterm? LEVERAGE. And in addition to Time Leverage, you can also Leverage your social connections so that you scale yourself in new ways - and become even more effective.

22 MINFEB 7
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411: Margin Is Leverage

410 - Physicians Are The Leaders of Healthcare

In healthcare, Physicians - not executives, nurses, or politicians- hold the highest levels of licensing to do the most extensive levels of care. They are the ones who lead the procedural teams and make things happen. A lot of the culture and morale depends on the physician. I am stepping away from other voices to urge physicians to work WITH Admins not perpetuating the "us vs them" default. We need you - physician - at the table of leadership to create common sense policies that serve patients best.

20 MINJAN 31
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410 - Physicians Are The Leaders of Healthcare

409 - Michael Scott Promises

Is there a point where ambitious promises - like healthcare for all (including non and not-yet-citizens) are actually so irrationally ambitious that the act of making the promise becomes cruel? Is it even appropriate of me to ask this question? Yes, I'm alluding to the Most. Cringeworthy. Episode of The Office S6E12 "Michael Scott's Tots" - where we see a rarely seen side of what happens when OverPromise meets UnderDelivered. I would LOVE to hear your thoughts on this (before you flag me)!

20 MINJAN 4
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409 - Michael Scott Promises

408 - 3 Benefits of Conversations On Demand

We all hate Single Use Plastics - but Single Use Conversations are even more unsustainable for you and your practice. Conversations On Demand are pre-recorded, prescribable audio links for patients 24/7. Nathan reveals benefits like the: - "ShotClock" (when you need to move ahead) - "Teddy Bear" (for that soothing (recorded) bedside voice) - "Bouncer" A little tongue-in-cheek however they DO provide examples of how a little sustainability thinking can go a LONG way to win your list today.

23 MIN2019 DEC 20
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408 - 3 Benefits of Conversations On Demand

407 - 3 Time Sucks in Your Patient Materials + How To Automate Them

So you documented your PostOp or other FAQ into Patient Materials - Want to save even MORE time? Automate your Patient Materials with an On Demand Audio link - so your forgetful patient, their caregiver, or their *substitute* (eek) caregiver has immediate 24/7 access to your PRERECORDED conversation! They might not even need to dial your office or talk to your staff.

17 MIN2019 DEC 13
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407 - 3 Time Sucks in Your Patient Materials + How To Automate Them

406 - Automating Your Patient Facing Materials

Give Me Your Patient-Facing Materials + 20 Minutes... I'll Give You 10 Minutes Per Patient in Perpetuity! Go behind the scenes in a recent case study where Nathan helped save a cardiologist a lot of time, energy and repetition with different patients. If you want to eliminate Single Use Conversations, your Patient-Facing Materials are a great place to start designing your practice for margin. DIY secrets that can create your own site that automates for you. www.amazon.com/author/nathaneckel

19 MIN2019 DEC 6
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406 - Automating Your Patient Facing Materials

405: Why Don't You Talk About MD Burnout Anymore Nathan?

To skim or scan, here are off-the-cuff notes. Apple limits to ~100 words sadly. Want FULL show notes, resources + Amazon book page? iPracticeByDesign.com To access Nathan’s physician-specific interview content on KindleUnlimited go to Nathan’s Amazon Author page KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE Why don’t you talk about Burnout (BO) anymore Nathan? You’re a son You’re a spouse You’ve seen this your whole life. The F word - NOT that one “Where Focus goes energy flows”

30 MIN2019 NOV 29
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405: Why Don't You Talk About MD Burnout Anymore Nathan?

404: MDs/DOs/NPs > How To Get 100 Hours Margin This Year

To skim or scan, here are off-the-cuff notes. Apple limits to ~100 words sadly. Want FULL show notes, resources + Amazon book page? iPracticeByDesign.com TAKEAWAYS What would you do with 100 hrs? Qualifiers: Are you a patient Facing physician? ER docs: you don’t get a pass, how this can also work for you Are you willing to challenge Are you willing to fight for this to work? Fight for Margin instead of focusing on burnout The good news & the not so good news It SCALES -but for who

19 MIN2019 NOV 22
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404: MDs/DOs/NPs > How To Get 100 Hours Margin This Year

403: Why Single-Use-Conversations (SUC) Are Public Enemy #1

To skim or scan, here are off-the-cuff notes. Apple limits to ~100 words sadly. Want FULL show notes, resources + Amazon book page? iPracticeByDesign.com KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE This episode will strike to the root of millennia-strong traditions of physicians and patients. I respect the values + methods of traditional medicine. I do believe we need to challenge the *traditions* of traditional medicine. Remember that Bill Murray movie where he repeated the exact same day over and over?

15 MIN2019 NOV 15
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403: Why Single-Use-Conversations (SUC) Are Public Enemy #1

Latest Episodes

412 - Working On (Not Just In) Your Practice

This phrase is borrowed from Michael Gerber's classic, "The e-Myth". Originally written for business owners (entrepreneurs), the idea applies to physicians also. Physicians are the leaders of healthcare. But the traditions of medicine teach you to work IN their practice instead of also ON your practice. This means that while you are healing patients, other parties have intercepted you with regulations. This episode introduces a bigger picture so that you can engage on a higher level if you so choose.

23 MINFEB 14
Comments
412 - Working On (Not Just In) Your Practice

411: Margin Is Leverage

We talk a LOT about margin in this podcast - and it recently occured to me that margin is simply a means to an end. Margin gives you the time to follow my friend Dr. Bill Yount's mantra which is to Pause-Plan-Pivot. What's even better than margin longterm? LEVERAGE. And in addition to Time Leverage, you can also Leverage your social connections so that you scale yourself in new ways - and become even more effective.

22 MINFEB 7
Comments
411: Margin Is Leverage

410 - Physicians Are The Leaders of Healthcare

In healthcare, Physicians - not executives, nurses, or politicians- hold the highest levels of licensing to do the most extensive levels of care. They are the ones who lead the procedural teams and make things happen. A lot of the culture and morale depends on the physician. I am stepping away from other voices to urge physicians to work WITH Admins not perpetuating the "us vs them" default. We need you - physician - at the table of leadership to create common sense policies that serve patients best.

20 MINJAN 31
Comments
410 - Physicians Are The Leaders of Healthcare

409 - Michael Scott Promises

Is there a point where ambitious promises - like healthcare for all (including non and not-yet-citizens) are actually so irrationally ambitious that the act of making the promise becomes cruel? Is it even appropriate of me to ask this question? Yes, I'm alluding to the Most. Cringeworthy. Episode of The Office S6E12 "Michael Scott's Tots" - where we see a rarely seen side of what happens when OverPromise meets UnderDelivered. I would LOVE to hear your thoughts on this (before you flag me)!

20 MINJAN 4
Comments
409 - Michael Scott Promises

408 - 3 Benefits of Conversations On Demand

We all hate Single Use Plastics - but Single Use Conversations are even more unsustainable for you and your practice. Conversations On Demand are pre-recorded, prescribable audio links for patients 24/7. Nathan reveals benefits like the: - "ShotClock" (when you need to move ahead) - "Teddy Bear" (for that soothing (recorded) bedside voice) - "Bouncer" A little tongue-in-cheek however they DO provide examples of how a little sustainability thinking can go a LONG way to win your list today.

23 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
408 - 3 Benefits of Conversations On Demand

407 - 3 Time Sucks in Your Patient Materials + How To Automate Them

So you documented your PostOp or other FAQ into Patient Materials - Want to save even MORE time? Automate your Patient Materials with an On Demand Audio link - so your forgetful patient, their caregiver, or their *substitute* (eek) caregiver has immediate 24/7 access to your PRERECORDED conversation! They might not even need to dial your office or talk to your staff.

17 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
407 - 3 Time Sucks in Your Patient Materials + How To Automate Them

406 - Automating Your Patient Facing Materials

Give Me Your Patient-Facing Materials + 20 Minutes... I'll Give You 10 Minutes Per Patient in Perpetuity! Go behind the scenes in a recent case study where Nathan helped save a cardiologist a lot of time, energy and repetition with different patients. If you want to eliminate Single Use Conversations, your Patient-Facing Materials are a great place to start designing your practice for margin. DIY secrets that can create your own site that automates for you. www.amazon.com/author/nathaneckel

19 MIN2019 DEC 6
Comments
406 - Automating Your Patient Facing Materials

405: Why Don't You Talk About MD Burnout Anymore Nathan?

To skim or scan, here are off-the-cuff notes. Apple limits to ~100 words sadly. Want FULL show notes, resources + Amazon book page? iPracticeByDesign.com To access Nathan’s physician-specific interview content on KindleUnlimited go to Nathan’s Amazon Author page KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE Why don’t you talk about Burnout (BO) anymore Nathan? You’re a son You’re a spouse You’ve seen this your whole life. The F word - NOT that one “Where Focus goes energy flows”

30 MIN2019 NOV 29
Comments
405: Why Don't You Talk About MD Burnout Anymore Nathan?

404: MDs/DOs/NPs > How To Get 100 Hours Margin This Year

To skim or scan, here are off-the-cuff notes. Apple limits to ~100 words sadly. Want FULL show notes, resources + Amazon book page? iPracticeByDesign.com TAKEAWAYS What would you do with 100 hrs? Qualifiers: Are you a patient Facing physician? ER docs: you don’t get a pass, how this can also work for you Are you willing to challenge Are you willing to fight for this to work? Fight for Margin instead of focusing on burnout The good news & the not so good news It SCALES -but for who

19 MIN2019 NOV 22
Comments
404: MDs/DOs/NPs > How To Get 100 Hours Margin This Year

403: Why Single-Use-Conversations (SUC) Are Public Enemy #1

To skim or scan, here are off-the-cuff notes. Apple limits to ~100 words sadly. Want FULL show notes, resources + Amazon book page? iPracticeByDesign.com KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE This episode will strike to the root of millennia-strong traditions of physicians and patients. I respect the values + methods of traditional medicine. I do believe we need to challenge the *traditions* of traditional medicine. Remember that Bill Murray movie where he repeated the exact same day over and over?

15 MIN2019 NOV 15
Comments
403: Why Single-Use-Conversations (SUC) Are Public Enemy #1
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