What I’m doing now

What is this? It’s my now page, based on a movement created by Derek Sivers

photo: Liz in Love (with DC) – 2017.07.13 DC People and Places, Washington, DC USA 7393, Ted Eytan, MD

2018.04.08 Victory Fund National Brunch, Washington, DC USA 01237
Photo from the future. With eye surgeon, colleague, and mentor, @DanaBeyerMD – 2018.04.08 Victory Fund National Brunch, Washington, DC USA 01237 (View on Flickr.com)

This is my April Now Update based on a movement created by Derek Sivers

(previous updates are here)

Greetings from Washington, DC (of course) and welcome to my tenth now update.

My Now (@NowNowNow) Profile is visible at Link: Ted Eytan, MD Profile on NowNowNow.com

Let’s see, a lot happened between February and now 🙂

#MarchForOurLives

Photos: March for Our Lives, Washington, DC USA & What Our Generation of Physicians Know: Invisibility is so 20th Century

2018.03.24 March for Our Lives, Washington, DC USA 4616
2018.03.24 March for Our Lives, Washington, DC USA 4616 (View on Flickr.com)

#dc1968 and #MLK50

Photo Friday: People’s March for Justice, Equity and Peace, Washington, DC USA

2018.04.04 The People’s March for Justice, Equity and Peace, Washington, DC USA 01203-Edit
2018.04.04 The People’s March for Justice, Equity and Peace, Washington, DC USA 01203-Edit (View on Flickr.com)

#LCB18 – Low Carb Breckenridge

Adventures in Metabolic Health and Diabetes Reversal, Low Carb Breckenridge, Breckenridge, CO USA

2018.03.04 Low Carb Breckenridge, Breckenridge, CO USA 2-3
Did you ever spend time in a room full of citizens taking control of their health and life destinies? Did you ever do it at a Continuing Medical Education event? – 2018.03.04 Low Carb Breckenridge, Breckenridge, CO USA 2-3 (View on Flickr.com)

More enjoyable photography

2018.03.23 EqualityRx with Human Rights Campaign, Washington, DC USA 4305
2018.03.23 EqualityRx with Human Rights Campaign, Washington, DC USA 4305 (View on Flickr.com)
  • We have the best allies
2017.03.23 EqualityCon, Wilson Phillips, Washington, DC USA 4447
2017.03.23 EqualityCon, Wilson Phillips, Washington, DC USA 4447 (View on Flickr.com)
  • First magazine cover – thank you!

Thanks for Publishing my Photo on your cover, Washingtonian Magazine, April, 2018 “How 14th Street Came Back”

2018.04.02 Washingtonian April 2018 Issue, Washington, DC USA 2032
2018.04.02 Washingtonian April 2018 Issue, Washington, DC USA 2032 (View on Flickr.com)
  • Removing the right to use my photography (no thank you!), because it’s not what you preach, it’s what you tolerate, and I don’t have to tolerate transphobia
2018.03.27 PutPatientsFirst, Washington, DC USA 4736
2018.03.27 PutPatientsFirst, Washington, DC USA 4736 (View on Flickr.com)

Thanks for Removing my Photo from Your Website, because It’s Not What You Preach, It’s What You Tolerate, and I Don’t Tolerate Transphobia

Now

Still captivated by #DiabetesReversal and #MetabolicHealth

..can’t help it

2018.03.25 Low Carbohydrate Living, Washington, DC USA 4694
2018.03.25 Low Carbohydrate Living, Washington, DC USA 4694 (View on Flickr.com)
#AsDCGoesSoGoesTheNation #ElementsOfUs #ElementsOfTheFuture @capitaltranspride @capitalpridedc #TransVisibility #EqualityEqualsHealth #DC #LGBTQ 😀️‍🌈 All we need is an actual #unicode emoji for the #transgender pride flag. #CTP18 Is May 1 (View on Flickr.com)
  • Capital TransPride planning (@TransPrideDC) is well underway, with a venue and sponsorship secured. Grab every opportunity to live in the future :).

Speaking of the future, I’m always ready to capture it unfolding:

Because,

Until next month.

Is there anything I should be doing that I’m not? Feel free to let me know in the comments.

Updated 2018.04.12 – Based on a movement created by Derek Sivers

7 Replies to “What I’m doing now”

  1. Great new theme layout Ted! I actually had no idea about the Now movement and I’m a fan of Sivers. Working on updating it for my own at andreblackman.com. As far as what you should be doing, you might want to check out what I’m building with Onboard Health – a startup focused on cultivating dynamic/diverse talent to aim their skills (tech/data science, design, business) at public health innovation. Happy to talk about it if interested! Cheers to next mini retirement 🙂

    1. Andre,

      Ha ha. So that was that flash of exciting that kept crossing my Twitter feed! I will take a look and thanks for the suggestion,

      Ted

  2. Awesome! Thanks Ted! I think you’ll like my vision of equipping professionals to tackle SDOH in fresh, sustainable ways and making sure they get plugged into career opportunities to make that happen!

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