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70 minutes | Aug 1, 2020
Stanford University Athletic Trainer & Entrepreneur - Dominic Vincentini | Ep. 20
Dominic is an Athletic Trainer at Stanford University and is the founder of Press Forward LLC which is a consulting company working with healthcare technology developers/startups. Dominic share with us his journey of how he ended up where is is today and what he has learned along the way. There is a lot of takeaways in this episode from Dominic so make sure you give it a listen. https://www.pressforwardllc.com/ https://www.dominicvincentini.com/
15 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
Job Interview Tips & Perspectives | Ep. 19
Today I talk about some of my own personal perspectives tips for job interviews. This is not just for Athletic Trainers but for people in all types of professions. I also talk about my perspective on what happens if you did not get the job and how to make the best of it. If you find this episode helpful please share it with someone you think it may also help! Have an amazing day and remember to smile!
12 minutes | Jun 22, 2020
Changing Your Job/Career Path as an Athletic Trainer | Ep. 18
In this episode of the podcast I share some of my perspectives when it comes to changing your job/career trajectory. Some of us get to a point where we think to ourselves that we might want to try and/or do something different. In the Athletic Training profession some decide to pursue other avenues of healthcare such as: physical therapy, nursing school, physician assistants, doctors, etc. It is okay to change your mind and explore other areas of interest both in/out of the field of Athletic Training. Hope you get some value out of this and if you did please let me know! Tweet me @elikassab or DM on instagram @elikassab
55 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
Burnout in Athletic Training w/ the AT Chat Podcast | Ep. 17
Hello beautiful people! I was invited to be a guest on the AT Chat Podcast and discuss my experience with burnout in the Athletic Training profession. Great episode that i think can bring some of you value. If you are an Athletic Trainer make sure you check out the AT Chat podcast @ www.athletictrainingchat.com and give them a listen!...Hope you enjoy the episode and have an amazing day!
34 minutes | Mar 25, 2020
From Clinical Setting to the Educational Setting: Journey of Dr. Ethan Kreiswirth | Ep. 16
Today we have Dr. Ethan Kreiswirth who is currently the owner of Kreiswirth Sports Medicine Systems, LLC and is the Education Director at Rock Tape. Dr. Kreiswirth shares how he ended up where he is today and some of the hardships that came along with it. He gives us a behind the scenes look into why he does what he does as well as what he has learned along the way. If you have anything questions for Dr. Kreiswirth please feel free to reach out to him via email email@example.com or Instagram @drkreiswirth If you are interested in working with Jit Jitsu athletes in the states of California, Arizona, and Nevada then feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to get involved.
77 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
NFL, College Football, and GA Life as an Athletic Trainer - Danny Reyes | Ep. 15
University of Utah Football Athletic Trainer Danny Reyes shares his journey of how he got to where is today. He gives us a behind the scenes look into his experiences in the NFL, college football, and life as a Graduate Assistant and what he has learned along the way. Like most of us he goes through some hardships and talks about what they were and how it has helped him. There is a lot of really good insight in this episode so make sure you listen to end. If there is a part of the episode that stood out to you please let me know either through IG @elikassab or twitter @elikassab Also, if you have any questions for Danny please feel free to reach out to him email@example.com
44 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Dealing with Death of an Athlete as a Clinician: A True Story by Bruno Silva | Ep. 14
On today's podcast episode we have Certified Athletic Trainer, Bruno Silva, who talks about his experience with the death of one his athletes last year. He opens up for the first time to the public about it and hopes that sharing what he went through can help others going through a similar situation. A lot of really great insight in this episode and make sure you stayed tuned to the very end of this one. I hope you get some value out of this and if you do please let me know, tweet me @elikassab or instagram @elikassab. Have an amazing rest of your day and thanks for listening!
13 minutes | Feb 19, 2020
Happiness Through Bad Days | Ep. 13
We all have "bad" days, or days that don't go as planned but we all go through it including myself. In this episode I talk about maintaining my happiness through the bad days and what has worked for me. Social media is a giant highlight reel that does not show the hardships in our lives. Everyone has struggles but how you go about handling it can have a drastic impact on you. Give it a listen and hope you get some value out of this episode. If there is something that stood out or resonated with you please let me know, you can either DM me on any social media platform or tweet me @elikassab. Have an outstanding day and don't forget to smile!
12 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
Stop Dreading Monday's | Ep. 12
We need to change the mindset around dreading certain days of the week, not just Monday's. There is so much negativity toward certain days of the week and it is a mindset that translates into your everyday life both professionally and personally. Understanding why you are dreading it is necessary in order to make positive changes. Implement positivity into those days and fix the part that you dread so much. Please let me know what your thoughts are on this and if you have thoughts on it! Tweet me @elikassab or IG @ elikassab
13 minutes | Jan 30, 2020
Getting a Job/Internship in NFL as an Athletic Trainer | Ep. 11
So you're an Athletic Trainer that wants to work in the NFL but don't know how? In this episode I talk about the process of getting an internship/job in the NFL and how to apply for it. This is a common questions that I get from students/interns who are interested in getting experience in the NFL and thought this could help answer some questions you may have. Hope you enjoy and if you have a questions or comments please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet me @elikassab and let me know! Have an amazing rest of your day!
65 minutes | Jan 15, 2020
University of Arkansas Athletic Trainer - Mark Hinton | Ep. 10
Mark Hinton works at the University of Arkansas as an Athletic Trainer for the Men's/Women's Track & Field teams. He shares his journey of how he got to where he is today and how/why he chose his career path. He teaches us about the things he learned that school did not teach him. We also touch on different topics like burn out in the work environment and the importance of soft skills. He loves his job/career and has a lot of insight which applies to not just those in Athletic Training but other career paths as well. I would love to hear your thoughts/feedback on this episode so please let me know what you thought, you can reach me on twitter @elikassab, DM me in IG, or email me email@example.com. Also, if you have any questions for Mark about what he does please feel free to contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are both more than happy to help in any way that we can!
15 minutes | Jan 9, 2020
Get S**t Done! Have a Sense of Urgency | Ep. 9
Hello beautiful people! In this episode I talk about having a sense of urgency in your work setting and why it is important. It is something that can really help you in your job/career and set you apart from others. Hope you enjoy and get some value from this episode! I would love to know what you thought of this episode so please let me know! Tweet me @elikassab
58 minutes | Dec 31, 2019
Diana Wang - Physical Therapist/Athletic Trainer - Open Mat Physio | Ep. 8
Diana Wang is a Physical Therapist and Certified Athletic Trainer who has a private practice in the Orange County area. She started out working in the clinical setting and eventually made the decision to quit her job and start her own practice. She combined her passion for jiu-jitsu and sports medicine by focusing her practice within the grappling community (Brazilian jiu-jitsu, wrestling, judo, etc.). We sit down and talk about how she navigated through it all to get to where she is today and what she learned along the way. She discusses why she chose to go into Physical Therapy, how she navigated through school, and what she learned when she got out into the real world. If you have any questions for myself or Diana about anything please do not hesitate to reach out and let us know. You can find Diana on instagram @openmat_physio
15 minutes | Dec 26, 2019
Why You Should Give More Than You Receive | Ep. 7
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone! I hope everyone is doing outstanding! On today's Christmas episode I talk about why you should give more than you receive. This is a mindset and philosophy my Dad instilled in me at a young age and I have had so much good come from it. It is something my dad taught me to apply in both in my personal life and in my career. I share with you the positive impact it has had on my life and hope that it can help you as much as it has helped me. Please share with anyone that might to hear this and as always let me know what you think about the podcast. Hope you find some value in this. If you do tweet me @elikassab and let me know!
15 minutes | Dec 20, 2019
Anticipate & Execute: Being 10 Steps Ahead | Ep. 6
Hey everyone, on today's episode of the podcast I address the importance of anticipating what needs to be done ahead of time and executing on that. This is something that I personally have not seen many people do in the work setting. It is certainly a skill that can help you tremendously in your career in many ways. Anticipating wants, needs, and problems before they happen and having a plan in place can really help you stand out at work while also helping you become more productive/efficient. This creates a win win situation between yourself and those around you so please give this episode a listen. Let me if you guys have any comments/concerns via tweet @elikassab or by text/DM. Thanks for listening and please please please share the podcast!
8 minutes | Dec 12, 2019
Why Crushing the Job You Don't Care About is SO Important | Ep. 5
HHHEEELLLLLOOOO all you beautiful people! I hope everyone is doing amazing! In this episode I talk about the importance of crushing the job that you don't care about and why it is SO important to your career. Developing this mindset and creating good habits will help you in ALL aspects of life but especially when it comes to getting your dream job. Something I see/hear all too often is "Why do I need to work hard for my company", "They don't deserve the benefits of me working hard", "Why should I help them when they don't care about me", and the list goes on and on. But while this may make sense to you in the short term it can actually have a negative impact on you in the long run. How? Listen to this episode and I will explain. If you find it helpful or have any thoughts on this let me know by DMing me on any social media platform, texting, or tweeting me @elikassab...Enjoy!
11 minutes | Dec 6, 2019
Understanding Your Why | Ep. 4
In this episode I talk about the importance of understanding your why when it comes to your life, jobs, careers, majors, etc. I think people to spend more time going into more depth about understanding their why because it can help you understand more about yourself. Understanding your why can help you make those tough decisions in life when it comes to your job/career or in your personal life. Tweet me @elikassab and let me know what your thoughts are on this.
29 minutes | Nov 26, 2019
Bruno Silva - Athletic Trainer @ Dixie State University | Ep. 3
SSSooooo this is my first tag team podcast episode and I used one of my best friends, Bruno Silva. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer and has a wide variety of experiences. There was no structure, no plan, and totally spur of the moment. We even had talks of redoing it with more structure but felt like using this because while it was a trial run to test things out it is a very real and authentic conversation. I want to show people that it is okay to post things that are not perfect, so here it is. A little bit about Bruno, he currently works football at Dixie State University in St. George, UT, and has had experiences working Arena Football (LA Kiss) and NFL summer/pre-season internship positions with both the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars. We ended up talking a lot about his experience in the Athletic Training profession, what he suggests for those interested in the career and what he learned along the way. We also ended up talking about Athletic Training business within the clinical setting. Hopefully this provided you some value and you enjoyed the talk, if you did please tweet me @elikassab and let me know! I would really appreciate it!
9 minutes | Nov 21, 2019
Why Are Soft Skills Important | Ep. 2
What's up everyone! In this this episode I talk about the differences between soft and hard skills which one I have seen be at the root of most issues/conflicts in the work setting. Thanks for listening and hope you get some value out of this!
18 minutes | Nov 20, 2019
Job Burnout - My Experience (90-100 hours/week) | Ep. 1
I open up and talk about my personal experience with getting burnt out at my job. I talk about what happened and how it affected my life both physically and mentally.
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