Dr. Brian Sutterer Talks about Building a Sports YouTube Empire

LISTEN HERE Dr. Sutterer is a 4th year physical medicine and rehabilitation resident physician and will begin a sports medicine fellowship this summer. He is also a YouTuber with nearly 450,000 subscribers on his channel where he provides educational videos about sports medicine and injury analysis. You’ll want to listen if you’d like to hear …

Taming the Tiger

Imagine that you’ve just bought a baby tiger. It’s pretty tame, and it laps up anything you feed it—cocaine, alcohol, pills, meth, and any other drugs. It’s a weird tiger in that aspect. It only likes highly addictive drugs. It’s pretty cute—it makes you take a hit when you’re going out to parties, it makes …

How to Get Straight A’s Without Trying (Too Hard)

This book, How to Be a Straight A Student by Cal Newport, changed my life. In high school, I succeeded in my classes not by employing the most efficient study strategies but rather those which were brute force. Because of the upfront time costs, I didn’t really think about applying myself to learning more about …

Monthly Report: May 2021

An Aside As you can see, I failed at pursuing multiple goals. This month, I learned that it’s not possible to try to make progress on multiple, disparate goals, if you don’t have some sort of keystone habit to pull them all into place and you have bad ways of prioritizing them. I think that …

The Weather Machine: A Journey Inside the Forecast

Rating 8/10 (Buy it on Amazon) Short Summary The weather forecast that we pull up on our phones is far from simple. It takes a myriad of satellites, observations, and computing power to handle. How we got here, is an interesting story of people trying to predict where battleships would strike, how the weather would …

Brett and Jared Dashevsky are Making Healthcare Simple

LISTEN HERE Today, I’m interviewing Brett and Jared Dashevsky. They’re brothers, and a dynamic duo who run a media company called Healthcare Huddle. If that’s not enough for you, Brett is also a project manager at Capital One,, and Jared has a Masters in Healthcare Systems Engineering and is a current medical school student. Jared …

Attending: the Surgery

I put my arms under the warm water, looking around for my resident. Over the fingers, through the webbed part, and onto the back, I thought, as I repeated the scrubbing technique I learned yesterday. I realized that my arms were shaking, and I took baby steps to make sure that I wasn’t breaking sterility …

Monthly Report: April 2021

Sleep This month, my sleep wasn’t optimal. I was sleeping fine before my boards which were in the middle of the month, and then I let myself slack off and then not track the rest of my sleeping. As I got to the later half of the month, I let myself go and slept more …

Mr. Beast’s Advice for YouTube

This advice is from a podcast which I listened to with MKBHD and Mr. Beast about “making it” on YouTube. To win at YouTube, you must make content that other people watch. This can be measured through the click-through rate and the average view duration. To optimize the click-through rate (CTR), you should make multiple …

Balancing Work and Life

These are some of my notes from a podcast which I listened to from Peter Attia and Jason Fried, the founder of Basecamp. It’s been embroiled in some controversy in recent times, but I thought that the take-aways still applied to my life, and so I thought I would share. Children do dumb things when …