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Essential tips for the physician-entrepreneur

"Being an entrepreneur can be a lonely road. Everyone dreams of life after a successful round of funds being raised, staff being hired, and plunging headfirst into the making and…
November 27, 2020

Essential tips for the physician-entrepreneur

“Being an entrepreneur can be a lonely road. Everyone dreams of life after a successful round of funds being raised, staff being hired, and plunging headfirst into the making and shipping of widgets. But there are many days which no one talks about, where a budding entrepreneur must find a way to get ideas from their brain to a whiteboard to a minimum viable product. In those times, progress can seem elusive, and sometimes even when the resources are at hand, we may not know if we are moving forward.”

Amelia L. Bueche is an osteopathic physician and founder, This Osteopathic LifeAkash Sharma is a nuclear radiologist and can be reached at Jeevun.

They share their stories and discuss their KevinMD article, “Accountability partnership: a secret ingredient for entrepreneurial success.” (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/08/accountability-partnership-a-secret-ingredient-for-entrepreneurial-success.html)

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