"When I was regularly working 80+ hours a week, and was on call almost every day, I had to admit that something needed to change. I stepped back and did significant research to find a strategy to help coach myself out of constant exhaustion and put...
"When I was regularly working 80+ hours a week, and was on call almost every day, I had to admit that something needed to change. I stepped back and did significant research to find a strategy to help coach myself out of constant exhaustion and put myself first.
Today, I’m a peak performance speaker who helps other ambitious and overworked health care professionals to find their voice, feel more confident as influential leaders, and fall back in love with their career.
I believe with the right system, ambitious professionals can be both: powerhouses in health care and passionate people in life. You just have to say no to almost everything, so you can say 'heck yes' to the only things that matter!
Let me share with you the three-step process that has helped me to fall back in love with my career."
Sabrina Runbeck is a cardiothoracic surgery physician assistant.
She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "How to bring joy and be valued while avoiding burnout." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/09/how-to-bring-joy-and-be-valued-while-avoiding-burnout.html)
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