Nov 10, 2020
Because there is a difference!
One of the things that I have learned from my years in private practice is that sometimes things just don’t work out. It wasn’t because I didn’t work or try hard enough, it was just not meant to be.
In this episode of the Fearless Practitioners Podcast, I am joined by Amy Goodson and we are talking about how to be brave. Being brave enough to follow up on emails and connect with people can be the key that unlocks your dream career. Listen in as Amy shares how she built her dream career by tapping into her connections, following up with people and being brave.
Amy Goodson, MS, RD, CSSD, LD is a registered dietitian and
consultant in the Dallas-Fort Worth area with an emphasis in
overall health, wellness and sports nutrition. She has
fourteen years of experience and has worked with Ben Hogan Sports Medicine, the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers and their minor league affiliates, Texas Christian University Athletics, FC Dallas Soccer, the NBA G League, Jim McLean Golf School
and many PGA Tour players as well as with many middle school, high school and endurance athletes. She also works with the everyday exercising population to improve health and wellness.
Amy is a media spokesperson with over 750 media placements in a variety of media outlets locally and nationally. She serves as a media dietitian for RDTV where she does food and nutrition TV segments nation-wide. Amy is also an ambassador/speaker for the American Heart Association and the National Dairy Council, a speaker for Gatorade Sports Science Institute has served on the Dairy Max Health and Wellness Advisory Council and consults for Catalyst Training Lab where she provides international education and training for dietitians in five Middle Eastern countries. She speaks at a variety of nutrition, athletic training and coaching conferences in addition to providing health and nutrition presentations to various businesses and companies.
Amy is the author of The Sports Nutrition Playbook, a
play-by-play on sports nutrition for athletes, parents, coaches and
trainers. Its portable, flipbook size is perfect for a gym bag or
weight room. She is also the co-author of “Swim, Bike, Run – Eat,”
nutrition book for triathletes and the nutrition contributor to retired NFL player Donald Driver’s book, The 3-D Body Revolution. She has written for a variety of on-line publications including Women’s Running Magazine, The Athlete’s Parent, the Dallas
Cowboys 5 Points Blue platform. Amy is the owner of RD Career Jumpstart, a business designed to help dietetic students, interns and new registered dietitians determine and take the steps necessary to reach their dream career. She also serves as the Sponsorship Management Coordinator for the Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, connecting brands and companies to registered dietitians and dietetic students to enhance the
Amy received her Bachelor of Science in speech communications
from Texas Christian University and Master of Science in exercise
and sports nutrition from Texas Woman’s University. She is also a
Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics and adjunct professor
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