Dr. David Samadi Gives Advice to Entrepreneurs

Dr. David Samadi attended Stony Brook University where he graduated with a degree in biochemistry. He later earned his M.D at Stony Brook School of Medicine where he graduated in 1994. David then pursued postgraduate training at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. He started a robotic radical prostatectomy fellowship after finishing a fellowship in proctology in 2001 at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Dr. Samadi is a member of American Medical Association and American Urological associations. In 2007, David became the vice chair of the urology department at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. Samadi is committed to treatment, early detection, and diagnosis of prostate cancer. He started a radio program in 2015 and launched a website where he shared health-related topics with the globe. He also has interests in heart diseases, alternative medicines and new medical technologies related to health issues in men.

Dr. David recently interacted with ideamensch through an interview where he opened up on several issues regarding his life and his passion for entrepreneurship. Samadi, during the meeting, said that he advises entrepreneurs to stick to a strict schedule every day. He noted that doing the same thing over again makes it a routine, which is efficient even if some people think that routines are boring. He also added that he makes every member of his team feel better by treating them as his family. David Samadi says that entrepreneurs should have a strategy that helps them to grow their businesses. The urologist says that he gives the best to his patients, explaining that each of his patients has his cell phone number and can access him at any time. Dr. David notes that he has built trust with his patients, which makes him successful. His advice to other entrepreneurs is to value the quality of services or care they offer to clients rather than the quantity. He further notes that he does not compromise on quality even if he is a busy surgeon.

Dr. Samadi told ideamensch that as an entrepreneur, he made a mistake of being too eager. He said that when he was beginning to work for a major institution at the start of his career, he felt that the patient managing process was prolonged. However, Dr. David said that he has learned to be patient over the years in his career noting that he sometimes steps back and realizes that things will be done even if not at the speed that he wants. Dr. David recommends Elizabeth Strout’s book known as Anything is Possible, especially to people who are coping with trauma or loss.

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