The Physician Philosopher Podcast
TPP #29: I Drive a F***ing Corolla with Dr. Lil Surprenant
At The Physician Philosopher, we are all about helping doctors live life on their terms. In this episode with Dr. Lil Surprenant – one of our Alpha Coaches in the Alpha Coaching Experience. Dr. Surprenant’s story touches on coaching, divorce, and how her car emboldens her to say “no” to things that don’t measure up to her why.
Today You’ll Learn
- How to say no to things.
- How coaching helped Dr. Surprenant decide to leave fellowship.
- If you should consider coaching as a physician side gig.
- And more!
- Coaching for Doctors by Doctors
- Building Your Hell Yes Policy
- TPP 26: How Doctors Benefit From Professional Coaching
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