Are you a dissatisfied, overwhelmed, stressed physician that is looking to reclaim joy in both your professional and personal life? We've been in your shoes and we're here to help.
As a physician couple, we've experienced the challenges, both individually and collectively, of the increased demands and mounting pressures that come with the medical profession. We understand the complex nature of a physician's well-being, so we're actively involved in both the educational and transformational potential of the issues around it.
One of the main contributors we site to physician dissatisfaction is lack of control - lack of control over workload, regulatory influences, increasing complexity of medicine, patient expectations, etc. Unfortunately, given that a lot of these are out of our control, the best we can do for now is to take control of our own individual situation.
The path of least resistance would lead us to stay on life's treadmill and feel we aren't getting anywhere despite never stopping. Having said this and after all of the time devoted to training to become a physician, one can't help but say, "Seriously? Is this it?".
How can you go about gaining more control over your life?
Life is precious and you only have one to live. Just truly stop and think about this most basic, fundamental concept. Although many of us often talk about what we could or should do, how many of us actually do it? No matter how bad things get, making any type of change can seem daunting. It ends up feeling like just one more thing on our never ending to-do list.
In an attempt to help you reclaim some of that control you feel you've lost, both professionally and personally, we've developed this guide filled with actionable steps and outcomes. Your time is precious, so we focus on the true nuts and bolts of what we believe is the essence of how to live your best life.