5 Powerful Lessons I Learned From Hosting EntreMD Live 2020

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5 Powerful Lessons I Learned From Hosting EntreMD Live 2020

July 27, 2020

5 Powerful Lessons I Learned From Hosting EntreMD Live 2020

On this episode of the EntreMD Podcast, I share the five powerful lessons I learned from hosting our annual event, EntreMD Live 2020. 

We had 320 doctors from nine countries register for this event and the feedback we received was overwhelmingly positive.

I teach all the time about how growth, change and transformation happen when you take action. I experienced this very same thing and I want to share those lessons with you to inspire you and take things to the next level.

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