Artists have a persona on stage that isn’t usually who they really are. As a doctor, do you find yourself wearing a mask at the office that changes how you would like to interact around town?
Dr. Justin Trosclair many so today we're going to be story brand Episode 112 testing kind of random might be a musician, manager and then magician stuff flashy. There's some good stuff. So the guy was talking about musicians these days to be creative, not just trying to make money concerts, but you have a certain persona, maybe you can get a deal with a certain kind of different brand, not like Coke, but sometimes a little less mainstream.
So kinda like the whole micro influencer major influencer. There are lots of lots of clothing brands, jewelry brands, lifestyle brains, who brands that are looking to have people who can endorse their product to their crowd, you know, a musician might have a couple hundred thousand followers. So that's a good use of their time and efforts as a sponsor.
And so how does that relate to a doctor, look through your town and there might be some big deals in your town that you can partner with. They might be looking for more exposure, you have it, you know, an athletic group might be looking for more speakers, the rotary might need more speakers, some cooperation might need some help with ergonomic training, or might be interested in having somebody speak about how to stay fit. So they're trying to you know, we've had kind of initiative where like, it's an in office 45 day, good shape.
And a nice about it helped guide that maybe you might be in front of that guide that he just reached out. And then another one that was on the program was talking about, you know, a lot of actors additions to have this song that they portrayed on stage or in the movie, they straight up and getting paid to play someone and then you meet them in real life you like Well, you're not that person is like, Well, yeah, I'm not that person. I'm not. I'm that's a character. Not really like that.
I think of like Ashton Kutcher. He always comes off as like a dummy. But in real life, he's really tech savvy and all that kind of stuff. Not that I really follow the guy. But he just comes to mind. So it could be something similar, we always want to put on our serious Dr. Head and outside, they might see you like joking around.
And although some doctors like Well, I'm a serious person. So I'm outside, I had to make sure I'm always you know, dress, a step above my normal patient will be looking like are, you know, I can't ever really kick back to them in a small town people judge me and how I look how I act. I'm actually more goofy at my house and I lay on.
And so the question becomes, could you bring that into the office somewhat? Could you be more spontaneous and fun in the office so people do see you, they don't have such a shock feeling and you don't feel like you're an imposter.
That was kind of my takeaway. hope that gives you some insight into yourself and then some way that you could modify maybe how you're interacting with your clients and your daily life, or they can be a little bit more of the same because the factors that musicians are like hiring people to come up to the front Are you disappointed cuz you're not the same person? now working just kind of like the bridge there has to be someone. Okay.
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