The Physician Philosopher™
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The natural process that most people go through when trying to gain clarity often complicates things. But what happens if you start with a clean slate and build up to your ideal situation?
When you learn to act in spite of the risk of fear and failure, that’s when you can unlock financial success. It is also when you can make the change you need to make at work. If we want the freedom that money can provide, we must operate against our fear-based money mindset.
Burnout in medicine is expensive. Each year it costs us billions of dollars. What if the healthcare industry can transition to a different model of care that centers people over profit?
When leaders learn to choose people first, the results are positive and endless. In this episode, I spend some time explaining a fundamental concept that will help physician leaders make a decision that not only reduces burnout but provides a return on their investment.
Have you ever wondered why you have a hard time sticking to your goals? Maybe you think it is willpower or motivation? Maybe you think you end up not having enough time to put in the work required? What you will learn in today’s episode is the ONE thing you need to know to reach your goal.
Dr. Daniel Shin, the Darwinian Doctor, is a practicing urologic surgeon. He’s also a really experienced investor, in particular, in real estate. Daniel is not only successful in the financial realm, but he’s also a prior client of the Alpha Coaching Experience. He has lived and experienced how doctors can really tie together the three things that we focus on the most- your mindset, your money, and your time.
What is holding you back from setting boundaries in multiple areas of your life? In today’s episode I am going to dive into why the solution to a more balanced life as a doctor is setting boundaries and the one tool that can help you.
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