Interview with Dr. Maiysha Clairborne
In this episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Maiysha Clairborne describes the most common mindset traps and how to overcome them.
Maiysha is a Board Certified Family Physician, Integrative Medicine Practitioner, Master NLP, and Hypnotherapist Trainer, Successful Entrepreneur, and author of The Wellness Blueprint and Eat Your Disease Away. She is a former guest on the PNC Podcast and a business coach.
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Neurolinguistic Programming and Mindset Traps
Maiysha maintained an Integrative Practice for 10 years. She is trained in NLP and hypnosis. NLP helps overcome mindset traps and limiting beliefs. It is a way of listening and speaking that helps us to get at the source of our lives.
Physicians considering a career transition are often challenged by self-limiting beliefs. It is not uncommon to hear physicians making statements like “All I know is medicine.” Applying NLP principles can help remove those self-doubts and allow us to move forward.
Maiysha explains how we can weave our own stories and personal experiences into working with patients and clients.
I think it humanizes us… when we can share certain things, when we can connect and be vulnerable with patients.
Being authentic humanizes us and helps us connect with others in a meaningful way.
In the episode, Maiysha provides her perspective on how to overcome mindset traps that prevent us from taking action. She also offers these free resources to assist transitioning physicians:
- Remap Your Mind For Success to address limiting beliefs and mindset issues;
- Physician Entrepreneur Freedom Formula
Be sure to join us next week for a wonderful interview with a physician podcasting icon – Dr. Nii Darko. We talk about his clinical work and locums business, podcasting, speaking, his book 3, 2, 1… Podcast, and his advice for physicians contemplating a career pivot.
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