This is the second episode in my series on The 12 Month Roadmap to a New Career.
You can find my discussion about Month One of the Roadmap in Episode 269.
This episode addresses one of the activities started in Phase 2 (Months 2 through 4) of my Roadmap: Networking.
Networking can be used to:
start and grow a business, club, social group, etc. gain acceptance to a school find an expert to help learn a skill identify guests for a podcast, radio show, or TV show, and, find your first nontraditional job. USUAL WAYS TO NETWORK
Face-to-face at a meeting or conference, Online using Doximity and LinkedIn, and, Online as a member of a Professional Organization (e.g., American Association for Physician Leadership, the MSL Society, the American Medical Writers Association, etc.). Many of the guests on the PNC Podcast depended on networking to identify the decision-maker who interviewed and hired them for a nonclinical position.
In this episode, John describes two of those guests and lays out how to build and nurture a network that will lead you to your first nonclinical position.
You will find links mentioned in the episode at nonclinicalphysicians.com/how-to-network/
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Email subscribers and podcast listeners often approach John with questions about finding a nonclinical or nontraditional clinical job. One of the most common questions is: “How do I get started?”
In this week’s podcast episode, John answers this question while including some of the decisions he...
During this week’s episode, John describes why email marketing is an important tool for almost any business and how he has changed his approach to email marketing over the past year or so.
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