Cool Tools There are a
number of goodies that you now havefrom this conference, and please to take a look-seesometime at the Getting Started and Getting Betterbooks for more details, examples and mechanics—beyond just marketing. And here are a few more… Feel free to keep in touch as well:DrChrisStout@gmail.com
Wouldn’t it be great if…
There was a way to not have to be on a million ListServsgetting 2 million emails, most of which are not helpful…andstill be able to stay on top of what’s going on? And to not have to worry about missing something importantwhile away on vacation or just during a busy time? Almost daily I scour over two dozen newsfeeds and collect thebest content I come across, relevant to my curated Table ofContents. Two to four times a month I then upload this content into aDropBox account.
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Learn who authors what
you like best in your specialtyDo your homework on who you want to learnfromBuckminster FullerRichard Saul Wurman Read outside of your specialty, too Be willing to pay dues (laterally and figuratively) Be willing to delay gratificationYou can do (almost) anything, if time limited
Be curious Be active
and adaptive Be patient and impatient Network like a fiendRemember to Never Eat Lunch Alone..! Volunteer Do lots for free when starting outNo such thing as scutwork, there are just lowpaying opportunities
Willingness to volunteer State
Legislative (liked advocacy) Co-Chair Chair FAC SLC Parallel track as SPA “Area-code” rep All built experience to go for Prez Easier today to get involved in Divisions, Stateassociations and APA Cheaper to “sample” as a grad student or EC
Volunteer to be on
a committee co-chair orchair higher level leadership Once a state Prez SLC and connect with APAleaders Once a past-prez, go for Fellow in APA via Div 31 once a fellow in one division, much easier to getbe a fellow in others Lisa Grossman’s how-to chapter.
Research Publications and
Presentations Press Releases on P&Ps Lead to Interviews Interviews lead to more Interviews Collect your reprints/media appearances and organizeand have at the ready Blog and Tweet CNBC, CNN, WGN, NBC, PBS, NPR, Medical Rounds,Chicago Tonight, CL-TV, Oprah, Eye On Harvard,Christina, Time, Chicago Tribune, The Wall Street Journal,Men’s Journal, New York Times, USA Today, Women’s Day,Modern Healthcare, Associated Press, Child Magazine,Chicago Sun-Times, Windy City Sports, Monitor onPsychology, yada yada yada...
Be opportunisticLuck favors the
well prepared Get a Mentor or Coach or Consultant (or two)Doesn’t have to be a psychologistBe prepared to pay for it (you paid for classes, right?)Creatively barter• Swap pro bono Rx for mentorship
To-date: Approximately 20,000 people(orphans
and the very poor) havereceived medical services andfood. 70 orphans have been educatedin the kindergarten. In 2010: “73 cents-a-life”Campaign We partnered at Humuma andKibosho Hospitals to providemeds. 4100 people were successfullytreated for malaria. 28% of those were infectedchildren under the age of five.