Dr. Ribotsky founded Meet the Masters in 2009. Meet the Masters is the leading information forum for today's dynamic Podiatric Medical and Surgical profession, featuring a bold mix of latest news, opinions and innovative speakers. The goal is to provide an in-depth analysis of each master interviewed and learn their process step-by-step so others can mirror their success. Podiatric Success strives to reach the 18,000 podiatrists working in private practices and hospital facilities in the USA and over 22 countries worldwide.
On Tuesday January 10, 2012 Dr. Graham was able to share his success story live with listeners who called in. He took this opportunity to give tips on taking a dream and making it a reality. Dr. Graham offered his personal experiences on realizing his dream of providing a better solution for instability of the talotarsal mechanism, from the concept for his device to FDA clearance and finally, lessons learned on building and sustaining a successful company.
“It was an honor to be asked to speak on Meet the Masters,” said Dr. Graham. “I hope I helped inspire others that they too can achieve success. Building a company and taking a device to market seems like such a daunting task. But with clear planning, a focus on your end-goal, and of course, a great support network, it can be done.”
The Podiatric Success website, http://www.podiatricsuccess.com, offers free access to an active archive of in-depth interviews and video’s that will allow you to communicate and share ideas with doctors from all over the world. Included is Dr. Graham’s interview from January 10, 2012.
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