“There is this kind of tension between what you are on the inside and what you are on the outside professionally, and whether you have to make a choice between two different things or (if) you can blend it together. And I think that leads to a lot of satisfaction when people get it right. And I think it leads to a sort of lifelong (feeling of) ‘I wish I had done this’ or ‘I wish I could go back and do that’ if you ignore the other part of yourself.”Dr. David Hindin
By trade, David Hindin is a surgeon based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He’s currently a fellow in the Surgical Critical Care program at Stanford University’s School of Medicine.
He graduated with a medical degree from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in 2011. He later went on to serve the bulk of his medical career so far at Temple University, where he completed his residency in the hospital’s general surgery unit in seven years.
But on the side, David also makes time to explore his creativity. And one of his most successful creative endeavors has been his YouTube channel, where he shares content around his experiences in medicine. To date, David’s channel has amassed more than 30,000 subscribers.
In this conversation on The Videocraft Show Presented By Video Husky,David joins host Jon Santiago to discuss a host of topics including:
- Why it’s valuable to have both creative and rational pursuits.
- The importance of writing in his video creation process.
- How he’s learned how to concede creative control to his video editor.
- Deciding to narrow down his niche on YouTube.
And much more…
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