October 18, 2019

Are you being weak if you leave medicine or slow down?

I received an email update from one of my clients who’s an Emergency Medicine physician. After almost a decade of working in the ER, burnout and dissatisfaction with medicine prompted her to find a non-clinical job. She was just hired for a remote utilization review position with a well-known company. In her email, she mentioned… Read More

Are you being selfish or “self-full?”

The other day one of my clients who’s an OB/Gyn physician opened our coaching call with a statement that made my jaw drop. She said, “I’m focusing on being more selfish in all areas of my life. I have this fire in me. This is my time.” I wanted to jump for joy. I almost… Read More

Regret – Is it your tormentor or teacher?

I’ve been thinking a lot about regret lately. Some of you, I know, are struggling with regret related to your career. I’m trying to learn from past regret to avoid some “deja-vu regret” in my own life. Today I’m on a mission to help you with a process for dealing with regret that shifts it… Read More

Nonclinical job in a telehealth start-up

Today I have the pleasure of introducing Dr. Tzvi Doron, a family practice physician who transitioned into a dynamic role in a telehealth start-up – only two years post-residency. When we think of jobs in telehealth, we may assume that this means solely providing patient care. However, in Dr. Doron’s case, his position started with… Read More

What’s at the root of your physician burnout?

If you’re suffering from physician burnout, do you know what’s at the root of it? Is it too many patient hours? All the administrative hassles? Could anxiety be a factor? Or is medicine simply not the right fit? We hear the word “burnout” all the time. It affects over half of all physicians at some… Read More