I help you rediscover your purpose, joy, and fulfillment
So you can intentionally live the abundant life of your dreams
and thrive in your chosen work.
You set out to help patients and make a difference in their lives.
Be there for them in the most vulnerable times in their lives and personally help them make it better.
But what you encountered were endless hoops to jump through:
endless charting (NOTES!) and inefficient EMR,
unending inboxes, calls, and paperwork,
mountains of prior authorizations and treatment denials,
reimbursement cuts and rejections,
unreasonable expectations and moving targets imposed by various sources,
contentious work environment,
regulations and policies that vilify and restrict physicians,
burdensome but required outcome metrics that do not help patients,
staff shortage and drama,
and top it off with daily interactions with difficult, disrespectful people
demanding improper things that you cannot (and will not!) provide.
Of course, the same-old, same-old Imposter Syndrome is still there.
You feel like you are disappointing everyone, especially your loved ones.
You tell yourself that you are not being a good mom, wife, daughter, sister, or friend.
You are exhausted and irritable. It was not supposed to be this way when you signed up for this.
You thought it was your calling, but now the weight feels like it is crushing you.
When you want to unwind and take days off, it is so stressful.
You find that you are still taking care of test results, patients, and clinic issues from where you are vacationing.
When you return to clinic after taking any time off, results, callbacks, and issues to tackle pile up.
It feels like you are being punished for taking care of yourself.
You resent it.
After a while, it is easier to just not even bother. You just want to throw in the towel.
You have student loans and family financial needs.
And of course, you had spent YEARS with so much effort and resources for this.
You sacrificed so much already—you have already missed out on so much of the life of your family and friends to get here.
You missed your best friend’s wedding overseas. You missed holidays, milestones or family events from being on call.
You don’t know if you even want to continue practicing medicine anymore.
But, you think, this is your calling!
You are one of the few fortunate ones who get this rare opportunity, and now, your hard-earned credentials as a physician.
You are “supposed to” keep on pushing through, aren't you?
What happens with all of the time, efforts, and money you and your family have sacrificed for this pursuit?
Then you feel guilty for feeling miserable… after all, so many people in this world are in a much worse position than you.
Then you try to convince yourself that you are so privileged to be practicing medicine, what do you have to complain about? But even that does not help.