The Physician Philosopher Podcast

TPP 38: How This Physician Quit Their Job

“You are braver than you believe, smarter than you seem, and stronger than you think.” There is a lot that doctors can learn from that quote.  Yet, many doctors have something called learned helplessness that keeps them trapped in medicine.  

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In this episode, we will teach you how to take back the power and autonomy you need to live the life you deserve.


Today You’ll Learn

  • How learned helplessness traps doctors in medicine.
  • The roll autonomy plays in physician freedom
  • How to take back the power in your professional and personal life to stop sacrificing yourself, and to put yourself first.
  • And more!

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