Imperfect Dad, MD Podcast

The definition of “dad” has changed in the 21st century, and there really is no guidebook out there to show us what to do. This podcast is here to help dads like YOU embrace your imperfections as a dad by utilizing varying mindset techniques, discussing parenting topics, and interviewing dads in different wakes of life. You can listen in on almost any of your preferred podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and more. To check it out, search within your preferred podcast provider OR go to the podcast website here. You can also use the podcast player below.

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  • Remember, you may not relate to EVERY episode out there completely. It is important to recognize that we all go through parenting and being a dad in different ways. Although we may not all be similar, we can still learn from one another. Even if an episode doesn’t sound like it applies to you, I bet you will get something out of it.
  • If you enjoy the podcast, remember to leave it a high REVIEW. The higher the rating the podcast receives, the higher up it is on search lists. That way, we can reach even more dads like yourself. My main goal is to help other dads with their sense of imperfections, and hopefully we can all help each other along the way. However, we can’t accomplish this without YOUR reviews.
  • Think there is something I can improve? Is there a topic you want me to discuss? Whatever it may be, criticism is always expected as I do not intend to be perfect in this podcast (hence the concept of embracing it). With that said, any constructive criticism should be emailed to me at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com or may be filled out via the form below.

Dad Talk with Dr Peter Kim, Passive Income MD Imperfect Dad MD Podcast with Dr Jeremy Toffle

The idea of being able to work on YOUR schedule and making time for what matters is sometimes a foreign concept to most dads, especially physicians.  We have long hours, sometimes working weekends and holidays, and may be frequently on call.  This is something Dr Peter Kim has strived to take control.Peter Kim, MD is an obstetric anesthesiologist practicing in Los Angeles and the founder of Passive Income MD, a brand dedicated to helping physicians achieve financial freedom through multiple streams of income. They serve their rapidly growing community through a blog, a podcast, online courses, facebook groups, and a national conference.In addition, he is the founder of Curbside Real Estate, a company that connects physicians to the best team to assist them with the purchase of their dream homes.You can find out more about Peter at his website https://passiveincomemd.com or his podcast.Peter believes his ultimate mission is to help others create their ideal lives by equipping them with the knowledge, the mindset, and the resources to make it happen. Through all of Peter's ventures, one tends to forget that there is a father and husband behind it all.  We get to see the successes of Peter's businesses, but what about at home?  How do he and his wife (who is also very successful within and outside her medical career) find time to balance their lives of work and home?  And is balance even the right word to use???Interested in more topics not covered here?  Check out my blog at https://www.imperfectdadmd.com to see if I discussed it there.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Send me an email either at my website above or at imperfectdadmd@gmail.com and I can try to cover it in my next show. Want to find other dads to talk to and get advice from?  Join our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/imperfectdadmdRemember to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW!  I want to be able to help as many dads and parents out there, and I can't do it without YOUR help!
  1. Dad Talk with Dr Peter Kim, Passive Income MD
  2. Dad Life Discussion with Podcaster and Short Term Rentals Expert Dr David Draghinas
  3. Preparing to Be a Dad With Dr Andrew Tisser, Part 1
  4. Part 1: Preparing to be a Father with Justin Kalemkiarian
  5. How Sleep Can Improve Your Parenting and Overall Health as a Dad
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