106 - Podiatry Students Around The World (Part One)

On this episode, I talk with a group of podiatry students from Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. The students studying podiatry right now are the future of our profession, so all of us need to understand how they think and how they view the profession they have chosen to become a part of. 

The full podcast recording is well over 90-minutes, so I decided to break it easier to digest by breaking it into parts one and two.

The questions I asked on part one are:

Q1: What areas of podiatry do you like most and why?

Q2: How important do you think social media is in podiatry?

If you're a current podiatry business owner and you're considering employing a new graduate, I think you'll find their answers very encouraging and also inspiring. 

My podiatry student guests include:

  • Sarah Cox - Charles Stuart University (AUS)
  • Josh McGill - La Trobe University (AUS)
  • Ektaa Vadgama - University of Northhampton (UK)
  • Emily Reaney - University of Huddersfield (UK)
  • Amarilys Montalvo - Barry University (USA)
  • Yona Mizrahi - California School of Podiatric Medicine (USA)
  • Diksha Mohapatra - California School of Podiatric Medicine (USA)

Also, Yona and Diksha are the hosts of a successful Instagram page @thedpmjourney and Youtube channel TheDPMJourney. And Ektaa also has a Youtube channel Ektaa Vadgama and I was also a guest on her show. The episode is titled the Tyson Franklin Interview.

If you have any questions about this podcast episode or you have ideas for future episodes, please email me at email/tf)(tysonfranklin.com.

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  • Marketing - You need a well thought out marketing strategy, not just more tactics. 
  • Systems - You need systems that will support your marketing strategy and your team.
  • Team - You need to develop a team culture that makes your work-life balance easier, not harder. 
  • Diary - Your diary needs to be structured in a way that maximises patient numbers and increases daily profits. 

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If you want to know more, please email me at email/tf)(tysonfranklin.com, and we can set up a Zoom Call and have a quick chat to see if I can be of assistance. 

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