Adaira Landry and Resa E. Lewiss

Thank you Doctors Adaira Landry and Resa E. Lewiss for joining me on The Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. They will be sharing why they wrote Micro Skills and the importance of how you can apply their well established advice.

Meet Adaira Landry.

Dr. Adaira Landry is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. She is an emergency medicine physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital located in Boston.  They are a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School with a legacy of clinical excellence that continues to grow year after year.

Meet Resa E. Lewis.  

Dr. Resa E Lewis is a professor of emergency medicine at The University of Alabama at Birmingham.  They are an internationally renowned research university and medical center known for its innovative and interdisciplinary approach to education. She is also a podcast host for The Visible Voices.

Micro Skills.

Micro Skills is built on one core, easy-to-learn principle:  Every big goal, complicated task, and healthy habits can be broken down into small learnable skills.   They  include 4 teaching tools:

Personal Vignettes, Addressing the Need for Change, Normalizing the Difficulty of Change and Critical Actions.

They believe identifying, learning, and integrating Micro Skills will help you navigate any challenge.

Adaira and Resa’s Takeaways.

“Whether you want to manage your task list to get work done, build and maintain your professional reputation or become a subject matter expert.  Our book will help you grow and nurture your network and  become a better communicator. Or if you need guidance on how to build your career without breaking yourself, we offer tried and true advice from two accomplished women who have written the book they wish they’d had.”

In Closing.

As a result of their collective experiences, Drs. Landry and Lewiss share stories of their own successes and failures as ways to illustrate how small actions can have a big impact.

Tune in to hear more!

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