The Secret Tool MDs Are Using to Take Their Life Back

We help physicians practice
the way they want to,
instead of how they are told to.

Do You Need Margin?

Do you interact directly with patients?

Are you given enough time to see your list?

Do you find yourself working late when surprises happen? ... Again?

It's Not Your Fault!

Medical school trained you for yesterday's status quo.

As a practicing physician, you have to deal with today's reality.

If you are feeling the pinch, maybe it's not because of what you've done.

Or what you haven't done.

It might not be you at all -

Perhaps it's the natural shortcoming of a flawed system.

Just Look At The Consequences

You've conquered medical school and residency.
You've established yourself as a practicing physician.

Who's looking out for you?

Who is helping you guard yourself against a flawed system?

How We Help

Three sustainability goals for physicians:


Before anything else can be achieved, we need to fight with you to carve out MARGIN.

More MARGIN for you in your workday.

More MARGIN to get - or even STAY AHEAD
of your list.

What would you do for just an extra hour or two each week?

Would that be worth fighting for?

Save 100+ Hours Annually
with PreRecorded Audio -
"Conversations On Demand"

Why Should You Trust Nathan?

Don't Take My Word For It.
See For Yourself Using the Time Tool .

Nathan Eckel teaching sustainability thinking in the community.

Although I'm not medical, I have literally lived with medicine the last 45 years.

I'm a designer, not a doctor. Over the last 15 years I have designed solutions for the pharma, banking, defense, and healthcare industries, taught graduate courses in design theory, and authored books proposing sustainable, design centered solutions for our use-and-discard world.

Being so close to personal, after-hours side of medicine gives me the ability to understand your needs for margin and control over more of your work life.

Now I am on a mission to help 100 MDs/DOs save at least 100 hours annually - by eliminating their most frequently answered question.


You will need to be open to
ethical, out-of-the-box ideas