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How To Start Where You Are | Dr Mohammedabbas Khaki ...

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  • 1 year ago
How can you create something from nothing? How can you create the world you want to live in?
As a junior doctor, Mohammedabbas Khaki and a few friends decided to start a movement. Only a few years later, that ‘movement’ has grown into an award-winning international charity, operating in 29 countries and 65 locations around the world.
Whilst sharing this inspiring story, Dr Khaki highlights a telling discovery: the three surprisingly simple steps at the heart of transformation; steps that can be taken by anyone, to achieve anything! "Dr Mohammedabbas Khaki is an award-winning London-based doctor, recognised as one of Pulse’s Top 50 influential GP’s in the UK. Alongside work in the capital, he is an international medical volunteer, educationalist, author, media doctor, founding trustee of a global charity and social entrepreneur. He is an acclaimed international speaker, dedicated to inspiring change on a local, communal and global level.
Within the medical field, Dr Khaki is often referred to as a “pioneering generalist”, and is a keen proponent of medical education, wellbeing and lifestyle medicine, and in 2018, was part of the medical team working with sports figures at The International Association of Athletics Federations Championships. His work has been featured on ITV, Zee TV, Tedx, The Guardian, and The Independent." This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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