The Physician Philosopher Podcast
TPP 42: How To Fall Back in Love With Medicine
In coaching we spend time diving into what thoughts you are having and how these are driving those feelings. Why? Because your feelings determine everything you do in life. When you construct thoughts that create negative feelings you limit yourself.
In today’s episode you will learn the secret to falling back in love with medicine and how your mindset can lead you to the balanced life you are looking for.
If you are a doctor looking to find the financial freedom you need to practice medicine however you want, make sure you sign up before the clock strikes midnight Pacific Time tonight, June 14th. In the Alpha Coaching Experience we teach physicians how to master The 3 Pillars to Physician Freedom, including how to master their money and mindset so that they can design their ideal life. To enroll go to thephysicianphilosopher.com/alpha.
Today You’ll Learn
- How to reshape your thoughts about medicine
- Why your mindset matters
- The secret sauce to falling back in love with medicine
- And more!
- Enroll in The Alpha Coaching Experience
- Episode 26 – Should Doctors Get Professional Coaching (TPP Podcast)
- Episode 24 – Quid Pro Quo and Disappointing Relationships
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