March 20, 2019

Is Your Personality Making A Career Change Harder?

If you’re trying to make a career change, such as transitioning to a non-clinical career, the last thing you want is to make the process harder. Oh my gosh, it’s already hard enough. Could it be that your personality might be getting in the way? Could it be that the typical physician personality actually makes… Read More

Make a “Do or Die” Commitment to Get Unstuck

  The other morning, I woke up, got out of bed, and peeked out the back door. It was cold and rainy. My kitty, Remy, took a few steps onto the porch and ran back in. Our hot Texas summer had just skipped over fall and landed smack dab into winter. 40 degrees is not winter… Read More

Is Fear of Failure Holding You Back?

Today, the hot topic is failure. It’s timely, because I just failed in writing a blog. I’ve been working on a blog for two weeks that was supposed to be posted already, but it flopped. I could say it was a failure, or I’m a failure. Or I could just say that it didn’t work… Read More

Does Your Job Spark Joy? Does It Need To?

‘Tis the season… to be Joyful!! The greeting cards, the Christmas shows, the holiday music, even the wrapping paper – it’s all reminding us to feel joy. I’ve got joy on the brain and my mind is drifting off, not to the land of sugar plum fairies, but to this question of joy and work…. Read More

There’s A New Guy In My Life

So there’s this new guy in my life named Andy. He’s kind of bald. No, not kind of. There’s a very distinct lack of hair on his head, but it looks rather good on him. He sports a lovely British accent and just the sound of his voice calms my mind. When I listen to… Read More