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

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

(previous updates are here)

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Yes, I instagrammed the salad. Those are homegrown tomatoes. With the Family Medicine Interest Group @gwsmhs #futurestartshere #FMRevolution ️‍🌈🌎👍 (View on Flickr.com)

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

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

  • I finally finished Tim Ferriss’ Tools of Titans book – several rentals from the library later…
  • Also finished The 17 Day Diet Breakthrough Edition by family medicine specialist colleague Mike Moreno, MD
  • Unexpectedly for me, release of data from the PURE study, affirming the value of fat in the diet.
  • Observing many expressions of support for #TransVisibility in the fairly numerous publications of my photographs over the past month. This is heartening to see – the world is ultimately learning to love better.
  • Completed a few exciting projects in the customer relations management (CRM) space, learning how to harness technology for engagement in a different way
  • Met the family medicine interest group at George Washington University School of Medicine. I went into medical school hoping to be a specialist in family medicine, I left medical school hoping to be a specialist in family medicine, and then I became one. I would do it again without another thought 🙂 .

Now

And, this tweet:

Until next month.

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

Updated 2017.09.27 – 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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