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Why I LOVE my homemade EMR →



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Fall in LOVE with your EMR →

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Finding your bliss—beating physician burnout →



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Top 10 Lies Physicians Tell Themselves →

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Pamela Wible: Today I’m sitting here with Sydney Ashland, an expert in physician mental health, who has worked with doctors for decades helping them overcome negative thinking patterns. And we’re going to dive into the top 10 lies that physician’s tell themselves.

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Are you an employee, a business owner, or an entrepreneur? →

Entrepreneur or Business Owner?

 

Hate your job? You may be in the right profession, but wrong position for your personality. Want to love your life and career? Step one: discover whether you are an employee, a business owner, or an entrepreneur. Here’s how to figure it out.

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Meet the happiest nurse practitioner in America! →

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Christine Sagan opened her clinic in a broom closet. She says, “I never thought in a million years that hundreds of thousands of dollars would be just rolling in.” Here’s how she did it . . . Read blog &

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How you can be inspirational →

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How do you keep yourself energized and motivated? How do you inspire other people to be excited and enthusiastic? How do you get patients with self-inflicted illness all jazzed up about changing their lives? A med student recently asked for my guidance on keeping a positive attitude amid so much pain and suffering.

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Town loves doctor. Gives her free rent, cookies & $100,000 check! →

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Listen to the above interview extracted from our physician teleseminar and discover how this small-town doctor got free rent, a plate of chocolate-chip cookies, and a $100,000 check! Read blog & comment . . .

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Top 10 fears that hold physicians back →

Top 10 things that hold physicians back

In this podcast I interview a dear friend and therapist, Sydney Ashland, who shares the top 10 fears that hold doctors back.  Learn how to overcome your fears and boost your self-confidence in this 45-minute segment extracted from our physician teleseminar today. Read blog &

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Warning: 10 signs it’s time to quit your job →

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Attention all nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, midwives, doctors and anyone else in health care: here are the top 10 warning signs that it is time to quit your job. The first three are mine. The rest are from colleagues. If you recognize anything on this list,

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How to say NO (for people pleasers) →

Say NO to people pleasers

People pleasers are dangerous. They actually end up hurting people. Don’t be too nice anymore. Here’s how I recovered—and you can too!  Read blog & comment . . .

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A doctor’s love letter →

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My Dearest Love, Fiancé, Partner, and Best Friend, I want you to know just how much I love you. I genuinely love you with every ounce of my body and soul. 🙂 But I worry about you. You’ve been beaten down. Your residency program doesn’t set you up to succeed.

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How to find the best mentor →

Need a mentor?

If you don’t have a mentor or you’re not sure you’ve got the right mentor, read on . . . (and listen to the expanded podcast above). The right mentor will help you manifest your goals in record time. The wrong mentor may undermine your best laid plans.

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Is your doctor worth more (or less) than your plumber? →

I asked a group of docs I’m coaching how much they’re worth per hour. Interesting question given docs have 11+ years of specialized training beyond high school. Surgeons spend most of their 20s and 30s in school. By the time these folks graduate, they’ve got 200K+ med school debt—before kids,

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7 steps to financial freedom →

I grew up studying my physician parents. My dad, a pathologist, was a hard-working hospital employee with multiple odd jobs on the side. He always worried about whether he’d have enough for retirement (though he never really wanted to retire). My mom,

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