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Welcome back, everyone! The clock is ticking on our April 18th Apprenticeship in Decatur, Georgia! Please make sure you guys check it out!

These are highly interactive 2-day workshops where professionals of all kinds can rehearse for and refine their strategies for life’s most significant moments. Whether it is a contract negotiation, interpersonal conflict, hiring new staff, or leading a team, in general, The Apprenticeship™ is focused on creating a new type of educational experience for today’s leaders that are execution-focused.

We will be hosting our Apprenticeship’s in the following cities:

Atlanta, GA: April 18th & 19th

Chicago, IL: May 2nd & 3rd

Sydney, Australia: May 9th & 10th

Perth, Australia: May 16th & 17th

Renton, WA: June 13th & 14th

Santa Monica, CA: June 27th & 28th

Charleston, SC: July 25th & 26th

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Guys, I think this episode is going to be one of our more popular ones simply because of the uniqueness of the conversation. Justin shares such candid information with us today that you will not want to miss this one.

Justin is an emergency and sports medicine physician, and he has honestly had a unique path. He graduated in 2003 from the Harvard University School of Medicine. The biggest takeaway from my conversation with Justin is that all high stakes jobs where people are trying to achieve optimal performance require a combination of improv game theory, persuasion, and influence.

Key points discussed with Justin today:

  • Framing and validating the experience of a patient and letting them know what they are going through is real
  • What the ‘tyranny of now’ means to Justin and why he uses this to help patients handle their emotional state
  • How proxemics and aesthetics play into a patients confidence in the person treating them
  • The reality that medical professionals are humans too and can swing for the fences only to strikeout
  • Acknowledging the tremendous fear of trauma patients but at the same time letting them know you’re the boss and you need them to let you do your job effectively

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