2019 was a rough year for me. I thought I was burned out, and it turned out to be a mixture of depression and anxiety caused by Grave’s disease. Regardless of the cause, the struggle led me to create something called my Hell Yes Policy – which was part of what saved me during that time. Have you learned to say no to some things so that you can say Hell Yes to others? Learn how in this episode.
What You’ll Learn:
In this episode of Money Meets Medicine, you’ll learn all about why I enacted my Hell Yes Policy and:
- Why saying no can save your life!
- Why I enacted my personal Hell No Policy.
- My battle with Graves Disease.
- When to draw lines in the sand especially as a young doctor.
- And more!
Quote to Remember
“What if I told you your happiness may actually hinge on saying no instead of saying yes?”
“I like helping people. I want to say yes to the things that matter most to me.”
“I want to be a good doctor and all this other stuff, but I want to be a good dad and a husband.”
“Happiness is reality minus expectations.”
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