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Dr. Roshini Raj, Gastroenterologist + Media Personality

Today’s guest is a board certified gastroenterologist and internist. Dr. Roshini Raj is joining us. She has her medical degree from NYU School of Medicine and her undergraduate degree from Harvard, pretty impressive. Dr. Raj is also an attending physician and an Associate Professor of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. She’s spent the past decade educating the public on leading health and more balanced lives. I know Dr. Raj because I constantly have run-ins with her at the TODAY Show, where she like me is a contributor. She’s also the core expert on the Dr. Oz Show, the Good Day New York Medical Correspondent and the Medical Editor of Health Magazine. She’s also an author and co-founder of TULA, a healthy living and beauty brand.

In our time together, we talk about her new product line, Tula and why it actually works. There’s so many beauty products on the market claiming that they can rejuvenate and delay aging, so what’s so special about Tula? Then, we talk about her profession, taking it from behind-the-scenes to in front of the camera. And, if you’re interested in doing the same, and I know some of you are, keep listening because she gives some excellent advice on how to make that transition and elevate your brand and expand your audience.

If you’d like to learn more about Dr. Roshini Raj check out her website or follow her on Twitter @DrRoshiniRaj.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “You always have to really be your own advocate.” – Click To Tweet

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