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The podcast for academic womxn who want to write and publish more while rejecting the culture of overwork in academia. Cathy Mazak, PhD, helps you create the career (and life) you want by centering your writing. Kick guilt and overwhelm to the curb and amplify your voice to make a real impact on your field--without breaking down or burning out.
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The podcast for slightly dented execs and professionals seeking massive success, strong leadership and fulfilment. Weekly tips and techniques for high-achieving Type A professionals to beat burnout and restore outstanding leadership, performance and ease at work. Podcast hosted by Master Burnout Coach Dex Randall. - Burnout Recovery Coaching https://dexrandall.com - Burnout Recovery eCourse https://bit.ly/burnoutecourse - Guest Podcast Appearances https://bit.ly/dex-guest-appearances
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Clinicians Creating Impact is a show for physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and speech-language pathologists who want to find the next right answer and create more impact. Each week, Clinical Director and Owner of Abilities Neurological Rehabilitation, Heather Branscombe, shares valuable tips, tools, information, and learnings to help therapists find clients, stop overworking, make more money, and make hard conversations easier, so that they can create a bigger ...
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It’s difficult to balance studying while maintaining a social life, especially when you factor in work, family obligations and other commitments. Follow along with Helen and Alice as they navigate sleep-deprived deadline doom and address topics such as Ambition, Independence and more, all while trying to remain optimistic. If you feel like a clumsy juggler, or simply seek validation that you’re not alone, then this is the podcast for you.
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Generation Overworked

Youth Against Sweatshops

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Welcome to #genO, a podcast brought to you by Youth Against Sweatshops. Why are so many of us working 60, 70, 80 hours a week and still barely making ends meet? And our lives, friendships, and relationships are always suffering and pushed to the side. How do we try to overcome all this baggage? We will throw in some analysis and history and we will share what we've learned from our on-the-ground organizing to improve working conditions.
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Mrs Mummy PhD®

Host Dr Michelle Gibbs

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This podcast is for Mamas on scholarly journeys who want more than degrees, titles, and accolades out of life because we're more than our degrees... we are purposeful Scholarly Mamas®! This podcast aims to help Mamas like you, to achieve your life and academic goals without sacrificing what matters! As a Mama of three boys, juggling scholarly life (i.e. grad school, PhD & post-PhD life) with marriage and motherhood for many years, host Dr Michelle Gibbs - your fabulous Scholarly Mama® coach ...
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Build Your Brave Career with Nicole Trick Steinbach

Nicole Trick Steinbach: Certified Coach for Women in Tech, STEM, Corporate

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Women in tech are just stressed out, overworked, overlooked, and underpaid, right? Nope. Not around here. Around here we build the skill of bravery to stress less, work less, and then earn more. At this point in your career, you're more educated, skilled, and experienced than most of your colleagues, but you are also more stressed, working more, and are pretty sure you’re underpaid. And you are done accepting the status quo. You are ready to get what you’ve already earned and then grow your ...
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Welcome to the Compassionate + Beneficial Living™, where we discuss all things human and animal wellness and sustainable, high-quality lives for ourselves, animals, and the planet. Join Erin McCann, disability, neurodivergent, LGBTQIA+ advocate and podcast host for conversations on all things related to compassionate living.
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This is an all inclusive podcast for Australian investors. Join Blue Wealth’s Senior Education Specialist, Owun Taylor in conversation with industry experts, leaders, and thinkers about what it takes to be a clever and more successful investor. A weekly podcast serving up the easiest-to-understand finance program. Delivered in bite-sized chunks, meaning no episode is ever more than 20 minutes.
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Welcome to the Holderness Family Podcast! On Facebook and YouTube we are known as The Holderness Family. We make those silly songs and skits with our kids, but on this podcast, it's just us... the real us. The non-Christmas-jammies-us, the why-can't-my-socks-be-on-the-kitchen-counter-us (Penn) the why-do-I-have-to-go-outside-and-talk-to-people-us (Kim).On this podcast, we will share the real-life ups and downs of living together, working together, raising kids together, in what we hope is a ...
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Diseases of Modern Life

Diseases of Modern Life

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This is the podcast for the ERC-funded interdisciplinary project Diseases of Modern Life: Nineteenth Century Perspectives, at the University of Oxford. The project explores the medical, literary and cultural responses in the Victorian age to the perceived problems of stress and overwork, anticipating many of the preoccupations of our own era.
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This podcast is for small to medium business owners. You've got a lot to gain, a lot to lose, and business is tough; there's a lot at stake. Business acumen is what every business owner needs, it will make a profound difference to your business. This podcast will cover marketing, positioning, branding, lead generation, selling, negotiating, customer service, managing staff, managing finances and accounts and much more. https://www.businessveteran.com.au/ mark@businessveteran.com.au
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Power of Ten with Andy Polaine

Power of Ten with Andy Polaine

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In the Power of Ten podcast, Andy Polaine talks to guests from a broad range of disciplines about the intersection of design, technology, psychology, organisations, culture and society. The show looks at how design operates at many levels and in many forms, from thoughtful detail through organisational transformation to the changes in society and the world.
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The Tai Chi Minute

David-Dorian Ross

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The Tai Chi Minute is a short but focused video lesson on Tai Chi. It picks up where every instructional video (even my own!) leaves off. The Tai Chi Minute is 30 years of Tai Chi practice and experience captured in bite-sized nuggets. The primary message of the Tai Chi Minute is this: have more fun! In Chinese, the word for a Tai Chi practitioner is player - as in I play Tai Chi. So when you practice, remember to relax and play your Tai Chi... dont overwork it. Enjoy! **www.drtaichi.com**
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Being Coachable is the go-to podcast for leaders looking to reach their full potential. Hosted by Jill Chiappe, an executive coach with over 20 years of experience, the show provides actionable and empowering tips on leadership development, executive coaching, and teambuilding. Whether you're an executive wanting to advance your career, an entrepreneur building a company, or someone who wants to maximize their personal development, Being Coachable will help unlock your potential. Through int ...
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ZenFounder

Sherry Walling

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The ZenFounder podcast is a combination of interviews with successful entrepreneurs, conversations with experts, and honest reflections on entrepreneur life, focused on helping entrepreneurs practice better mental health. Forbes called it one of the 12 best podcasts for entrepreneurs. Host, Dr. Sherry Walling, is a clinical psychologist, coach for entrepreneurs and startups, and best-selling author. She is an expert in trauma, stress and burnout, and her research has been published in academ ...
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After over three decades in the legal-trenches, Mike Bassett has learned to appreciate two things: good conversation & good coffee. Legal Grounds is an ongoing series of interviews with the people who are shaping our world - legal or otherwise. Witty, irreverent, & always thoughtful, these brief discussions fall somewhere between “Night Court” & Hopper’s “Nighthawks At The Diner”. With that in mind, we promise your coffee will still be warm when the podcast is done. (Legal Grounds was writte ...
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Hello Artists! The Artist's Guide to Business is here to accompany you on your journey from the easel to the executive seat, and back again. We know you've got the passion and the skill, and most importantly the vision, to bring great things to the world! And we've got the business breakdown to help you succeed. Empower yourself weekly by opening "the guide (ahem the podcast)," and growing your knowledge about specific business tactics and how they can apply to you and your art business.
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Tired of this timeline? Born in the wrong universe? Join the PARTY! In this "fictional" podcast, you'll hear me(WaysteLAN) talk and discuss all the cool videos games, TV, anime, and movies that time jumpers like me get to experience from alternate realities! Twitch - WaysteLAN Twitter/X- WaysteLAN Instagram - WaysteLAN Tiktok - WaysteLAN
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Remember, Sister

Christina Elizabeth Sofia

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Remember, Sister" is an empowering odyssey, guiding the reconnection to the Feminine, remembering who we are, and the reawakening of spiritual gifts. Join us to rediscover and reclaim the wisdom of the past and present to create a new future for us all. Guided by Christina Elizabeth Sofia, a trauma-informed and trained somatic intuitive coach and modern medicine woman. Christina has 20 years of experience worth with Spirit and is on a mission to bridge the worlds. She guides you into stories ...
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No fluff. No bullshit. Just relatable straight-talk from creators and entrepreneurs you can relate to, and learn from. One lesson at a time, and one brick at a time!Each episode of this show explores the intersections of business, psychology, audience building, and more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Oprah is opening the vault of The Oprah Winfrey Show with 25 years of hand-picked legendary interviews, a-ha moments, ugly cries and unforgettable surprises. A lot has changed since she ended the show, but many of our personal struggles have stayed the same. We’re all still looking to connect, to be seen and to know that we’re not alone. We’re also looking for some joy, some laughs and some much-needed inspiration. As we head into this new decade, what better time to look back and reflect, t ...
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In thought-provoking conversations, the world of aesthetics unfolds, delving into the struggles, dilemmas, and intriguing questions faced by injectors daily. Dr. Tim and expert guests from the industry explore aesthetic techniques, industry controversies, and advancements that shape the field. Dr Tim’s guests share their desires, goals, and dreams in the realm of aesthetics. Each episode offers a glimpse into what propels individuals in this industry forward in their pursuit of excellence.
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Redlines

Out of Architecture

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The experiences that isolate us in our working world are also the stories that can unite our community and allow us to heal and move forward. In this series, we dive deeper into the core issues that plague the design profession, and evaluate how they result in everyday conflict, discomfort, and workplace turmoil. Redlines seeks to bring a voice to these stories, those privately endured in a school or workplace but clouded by shame, self-doubt, and questioning of one's professional choices. W ...
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The Last 10 Pounds Podcast

Master Coach Brenda Lomeli

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By Master Coach Brenda Lomeli | Holistic Nutrition Specialist | Creator of The Last 10™ Method On this podcast, I teach brilliant, driven, inspiring, high-achieving women how to STOP STRUGGLING with food and with their weight - so they can ENJOY results that they love. On The Last 10 Podcast I give you the tools and strategies you need every. single. week. [New Episodes on Mondays!] to lose the weight you want to lose. I have the tools and expertise to teach you how to lose the weight you wa ...
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In these short and practical podcasts, Poynter's leadership and management expert Jill Geisler explains the things great bosses know. Her valuable tips help anyone who hopes to be a great boss or to work for one.
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This Is Success

Business Insider

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Revealing conversations with today's most inspiring business, sports, entertainment, and government leaders. Candid interviews with the likes of Sheryl Sandberg, LeBron James, and the founders of companies like Lyft and Tinder. Insightful stories and useful advice about how to get to the top.
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Click here to become a subscriber to receive exclusive content! | Click here to sign up to receive LiftAffect's Weekly Gouge Newsletter! In this episode, part 2 of Matt and Karl's discussion on the Mental Health and Aviation Medical Clearances Rulemaking Committee (ARC) report. They unpack the committee's key findings and proposals, covering: - The…
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In this episode of the Being Coachable Podcast, we dive into the all-too-familiar waters of being overworked. Discover the transformative power of sharing wisdom and tribal knowledge within your team to not only lighten your load but also enrich the culture and success of your organization. Uncover practical steps and insights gained from years of …
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Join me in this empowering episode of "The Last 10" podcast, where I dive deep into one of the most prevalent weight gain loops affecting smart, driven, high-achieving women: "The Overworking Cycle". Learn the inner workings of how late-night emotional eating/snaking isn't the root issue but rather a symptom of overworking and exhaustion. As I peel…
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This week we welcome Serban Mare back to the program. Last time we spoke, Serban and I discussed his life story and really focused on how trust is the foundation to any working relationship. But what listeners didn’t know was that we had an entire section of the interview that we simply ran out of time on. And - perhaps ironically - that subject wa…
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Step into the world of the circus with Dr. Sherry Walling as she explores how this vibrant community offers a sanctuary where quirks and eccentricities are not just accepted, but celebrated. In this episode, Dr. Walling, an amateur circus artist, delves into the transformative impact of embracing our unique traits and shares how the circus provides…
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Hello media consumers! Bryan welcomes a fellow Ringer podcast host, Derek Thompson of ‘Plain English,’ to discuss the following: Donald Trump’s trial not being televised (1:58) A sportswriter “introducing” himself to Caitlin Clark (11:28) Reactions to Uri Berliner’s essay, which details why he can't work for NPR (16:51) Derek's podcast about how bo…
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If you're struggling to deal with moral outrage or moral injury at work, and it's contributing to burnout for you, here are some ways you can heal your suffering. Don't stay in suffering, take action because you DO have some measure of control. When we accept the status quo, and change seems impossible, there is a new way to understand our dilemma …
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Welcome back! This is Part 2 of our 3-part ADHD Is Awesome bonus series! This podcast series is inspired by our new book ADHD Is Awesome which comes out April 30, 2024. In this series, we plan to answer three big questions: 1) What does ADHD look like, 2) How do you best partner with someone who has ADHD, and 3) What do you do with your ADHD to (mo…
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Today's podcast episode is designed to help you figure out your summer writing plan while you listen. If you have a backlog of papers and you want to maximize your summer writing, start with this podcast episode. Then, if you like my style of teaching, apply for this summer’s cohort of Navigate, where you’ll experience the training, co-writing, and…
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As clinicians, we're adept at meeting the needs of others. However, when we're working with a colleague who is unwilling to follow our direction or doesn't meet the standards we set for ourselves, it can make our work feel challenging, and you may even dread collaborating with this person. Discover what to do when you find working with a specific c…
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Kirstie McAllum is an alumna of our Navigate: Your Writing Roadmap® 12-week program. On today's episode, Kirstie shares her experience in Navigate. In Navigate, Kirstie worked to develop her decision-making skills through mission-driven time and project management (which–spoiler alert!–is the REAL way you will learn to say “no,” cut back on overwor…
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If you’ve ever found yourself pulling into your driveway only to realize you meant to stop at the grocery store on the way home, you know how easy it is for the brain to run on autopilot And while forgetting you needed to pick-up a couple of ingredients for dinner is always a bummer, when leaders find themselves running on autopilot, there’s sudden…
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Business owners often don't think about this when they start their business - they often just want to get away from their boss, or have always wanted their own business, or started a business in the hope that one day their own business will give them financial independence. But they haven't actually quantified what they would like their profit to b…
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Few leaders have been trained to ask great questions. That might explain why they tend to be good at certain kinds of questions, and less effective at other kinds. Unfortunately, that hurts their ability to pursue strategic priorities. Arnaud Chevallier, strategy professor at IMD Business School, explains how leaders can break out of that rut and s…
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In this Q&A episode, Kay responds to various questions submitted by artists through an email newsletter, covering topics vital for artists looking to focus on their craft without distractions, find customers, understand the importance of pricing consistency, the pros and cons of turning art into a business versus keeping it as a hobby, and how to "…
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The Allure of Buying an Old House for Investment I think we all understand that investing in real estate has always been an attractive option for those looking to secure their financial future. While many investors focus on buying new properties, there is a certain romantic charm and allure to buying an old house. Old houses often possess a unique …
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I love discovering new things about people through great conversation. But lately I’ve been thinking about how to avoid the pitfalls of asking a question that might make the other person feel uncomfortable or awkward. One of the reasons for that self-reflection is the fact that we have a junior in high school and previously, if I met up with one of…
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You have the deep-rooted knowledge and experience to create the career and life that you want! But first, you must filter through all the messages about what work looks like and the social and cultural nuances in academia so you can act on your self-trust. In today's episode, I explore the importance of trusting oneself amidst the bombardment of so…
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Oprah talks to people about the one thing they would change in order to make their lives better. Psychotherapist, speaker and author of Do One Thing Different, Bill O'Hanlon, shares how doing just one thing differently can move you in the right direction. He gives steps to making change, including transition rituals and what he describes as the “Mr…
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Bryan and David kick off the show by discussing Verne Lundquist, who recently called his 40th and final Masters. In turn, Bryan brings up a memory he and Lundquist shared (0:53). Then, they discuss O.J. Simpson, how he became famous, and how the media covered his trial (13:01). They also react to news that broke before recording the show: CNN cance…
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In this episode of Being Coachable Podcast, dive into the crucial balance between Metrics vs. Rumors. Discover the art of leading with objectivity and fairness, and why relying on solid metrics rather than opinions shapes successful teams. Uncover strategies used by top executives to judge performance accurately and build a dashboard that really mo…
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Join me as I unpack and break down the most common patterns that trap smart, motivated women in frustrating weight gain loops. In this episode, I delve into the 'Overeating Cycle'—a pattern driven by scarcity (yo-yo dieting, diet thinking) and dissatisfaction. Listen in as I walk you through breaking free from these cycles, empowering yourself to m…
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Sermon on the Mount E16 – In Matthew 5:43-48, Jesus shares his sixth and final case study based on the wisdom of the Torah, and it may be the most challenging one yet. The first three case studies focused on treating others as sacred image-bearers of God. The fourth and fifth case studies offered guidance on how to handle conflict. And in the final…
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Struggling with the ever-present specter of self-doubt while trying to juggle the hats of academic and mother, I know the internal battle all too well. Join me as I share my own experiences with procrastination and last-minute pressure, and let's unravel the strategies to bolster our confidence and march forward in our scholarly pursuits, even amid…
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"Before I decide that I'm the problem, I'm going to make sure I'm not surrounded by broken situations." - Nicole Trick Steinbach One powerful quote can help you quickly clear up a stressful, unrewarding career situations: “Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, first make sure that you are not, in fact, just surrounded by …
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Click here to become a subscriber to receive exclusive content! | Click here to sign up to receive LiftAffect's Weekly Gouge Newsletter! In this episode, Matt and Karl take a deep dive into the highly anticipated Mental Health and Aviation Medical Clearances Rulemaking Committee (ARC) report. They unpack the committee's key findings and proposals, …
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Hello, media consumers! Bryan kicks off the show by discussing O.J. Simpson, who passed away this week (1:24). Later, he is joined by Olivia Nuzzi of New York magazine, who discusses Arizona's status as a swing state (5:16), covering Donald Trump’s third run for the White House (18:05), and more! Before he says goodbye for the weekend, he shares si…
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Are you stuck in burnout or career growth? Let's talk about breaking free from stuckness and overcoming burnout. The origins of stuckness lie in our self-belief and fears, and burnout symptoms prevent us seeing past them. This is the cycle of exhaustion and frustration, and the behaviors that perpetuate it, including busywork and self-doubt. Recove…
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Welcome to our 3-part ADHD Is Awesome bonus series! This podcast series is inspired by our new book ADHD Is Awesome which comes out April 30, 2024. In this series, we plan to answer three big questions: 1) what does ADHD look like, 2) how do you best partner with someone who has ADHD, and 3) what do you do with your ADHD to (mostly) thrive. This we…
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On today’s bonus podcast episode, I’m revisiting the Ideal Week and explaining an up-leveled way to use it to create the career (and life) you want. If you want spaciousness in your calendar, time to think and read and write, then this bonus podcast episode is for you! When you create your Ideal Week in our Navigate program, you do so after you hav…
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Networking is a valuable tool for clinicians, but even for myself, it didn’t feel natural or desirable early on in my career. However, I was able to get over that initial discomfort and experience the benefit of networking as an introverted clinician, and I share all the tips that helped me in today’s episode. I discuss why networking helps you mak…
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