success in Congress

The Rx for success in Congress – Kyle Horton, MD

February 12, 2018 Nii Darko 0

Dr. Kyle Horton is on the show this week. Her specialty is Internal Medicine and like our previous guest, the 2016 general election served as a tipping point for her. We’re going to talk about her candidacy for the 7th District seat in North Carolina. I had a great time chopping it up with her. We get a glimpse into her family background and why as a physician she feels she is at an advantage to be successful in Congress.

doctor not a politician

I’m a doctor not a politician with Jason Westin, MD

February 5, 2018 Nii Darko 2

On this episode, I get to talk to Dr. Jason Westin, who is running for Congress in the 7th Congressional District in Texas. I’m a big fan of public service as well as the ability to rally groups under a unified goal. That being said, have you seen the approval rating of Congress lately?!?! Westin thinks he has the answer to this and believes being a physician gives him a unique advantage to reach across the aisle. Based on the views on his viral launch video, he’s off to a fast start!

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Take the headache out of starting your own business

January 29, 2018 Nii Darko 2

 LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE ON: APPLE PODCASTS | GOOGLE PLAY | STITCHER Get your notepad and pen ready! Class is in session. This episode we’ll be talking with Art Steele, Host of the Legal-EASE Podcast for Entrepreneurs. Art Steele is a business and intellectual property lawyer who has a passion for […]

Outside the Box

044 – From class clown to Doc Outside the Box

January 22, 2018 Nii Darko 0

My next guest is Dr. Buck Parker. As a self-proclaimed class clown in high school, Dr. Parker is having the last laugh living his life outside of the box. On the surface, Dr. Parker is an acute care surgeon working in Salt Lake City, Utah.

From international fame to unemployment

042 – From international fame to unemployment

January 15, 2018 Nii Darko 7

Happy New Year Docs Outside the Box Nation!!

Thanks for joining me on not just any episode of Docs Outside the Box. This is my first episode recorded face-to-face with my guest. It was a great opportunity to challenge myself and take the show to a higher level.

Today’s guest is Dr. Brian Williams, the on-call Trauma Surgeon at Parkland Hospital on July 7th, 2016 – the night when a lone gunman went on a shooting rampage against police in Dallas, Texas.

041 – Did 2017 kick my ass or nah?

December 31, 2017 Nii Darko 0

LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE ON: APPLE PODCASTS | GOOGLE PLAY | STITCHER In this solo episode, I give a review of what happened in 2017 for the podcast as well as in my life! You’re also going to hear my top 5 lessons I’ve learned over the past year! Things you’ll learn […]

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040 – Getting real with physician burnout

December 26, 2017 Nii Darko 4

I think it’s safe to say my next guest is finding success being very comfortable in her own skin. After this interview with Dr. Nisha Mehta, you’ll see how being honest about what you really want in life can be the winning formula that we all search for.

Travel in style

039 – Travel in style with Dr. Nadeen White

December 18, 2017 Nii Darko 2

How great would it be to travel to exotic places all over the world? Pretty tempting huh? What if I told you that it could be done for free? Sounds too good to be true right? Yeah, you’re probably right. My next guest, Dr. Nadeen White, comes pretty close to that lifestyle. Whether it’s Thailand, Belgium, or South Africa, Dr. Nadeen White has probably been there and wrote about her experiences through her popular blog The Sophisticated Life.

Necessity is the mother of invention

038 – Necessity is the mother of invention with. Dr. Graham Snyder

December 11, 2017 Nii Darko 0

Drowning is the leading cause of death for children between the ages of 1 to 4. It’s the second leading cause of death in children aged 1 to 15. My next guest, Dr. Graham Snyder (Emergency Medicine) grew tired of having painful conversations about the consequences of drowning with grieving parents. He developed the Seal SwimSafe System, which is a monitoring system that alarms parents and other adults if their child is underwater too long. His product has been featured in The New York Times, The Today Show, and Newsweek.