Dr. Angie Golden on business and obesity

Meet Dr. Angie Golden, DNP, FAANP. Angie is the owner of the NP Obesity Treatment Clinic in Arizona, the author of clinical and non-clinical books, a speaker, an educator, and has been one of our national NP leaders.

Today we are talking about the journey through business, leadership, and writing. Angie shares many ideas on her own workflow, how she captures ideas, and how she came to start writing. I’m sure if you listen, you’ll find several gems that you can incorporate into your own way of thing, your own process.

My favorite that I’ve adapted is “why not you?”

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  1. Wow! This is so similar to my story. I felt like I was the only one who just “ended up” here. I also started in a room at the fire department, as a free clinic and now have a building I own and run as a primary care. I really enjoyed your story.

  2. I thoroughly enjoyed the podcast and came across it while searching Angie Golden. I wanted to know where she received her obesity certification, because I am interested in becoming certified. I am also interested in starting a digital practice (virtual and telephonic). You gave me some great ideas and I really value the information and the encouragement you both have shared. I think staying organized and focused by using some of the tools you mentioned are key. As nurses and nurse practitioners, we have many certifications to keep up with. Adding a business, or two, or three on top of that, cannot be done efficiently, without using some of the tools you mentioned.

  3. Hi Angie,
    I made an attempt to apply to take the American Board of Obesity exam and was disheartened that the certification was for MDs and DOs only. I was referred to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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