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234 – Should a resident get a $1 million-dollar personal brand deal?

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234 – Should a resident get a $1 million-dollar personal brand deal?

What’s good everyone!! Dr. Renee is back and we got a lot to talk about!   In this episode you’ll learn: When do you fully recover from being “post-call”? Space…
July 29, 2021

234 – Should a resident get a $1 million-dollar personal brand deal?

What’s good everyone!!

Dr. Renee is back and we got a lot to talk about!

 

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • When do you fully recover from being “post-call”?
  • Space Jam: A New Legacy review & owning your brand
  • NCAA Name Image & Likeness ruling
  • Should residents get big endorsement deals while in training?
  • Facebook group talk about gifting a friend money to buy a home they clearly can’t afford  

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