coaching

How to Be a Life Coach and Professional Artist – 158

2021-04-08T09:07:12-05:00

Interview with Dr. Jessie Benson  In this week's PNC Podcast episode, Dr. Jessie Benson describes how she became a coach, musician, and professional artist after practicing anesthesiology for 10 years. Jessie received her medical degree from West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. She then completed an anesthesia residency at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and a critical care fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. […]

How to Be a Life Coach and Professional Artist – 1582021-04-08T09:07:12-05:00

How to Overcome the Top Mindset Traps – 151

2021-04-06T21:51:48-05:00

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. […]

How to Overcome the Top Mindset Traps – 1512021-04-06T21:51:48-05:00

Young Doctors: How to Be a Part-time Academic Consultant – 134

2021-03-30T18:24:32-05:00

A Fufilling Side Hustle On this week’s episode of the PNC podcast, Dr. Shirag Shemmassian joins me to discuss a nonclinical career I’ve never considered before: academic consultant. Shirag was pre-med throughout his college career and planned to be a surgeon. But when the time came for him to apply to medical school, he decided to switch his focus to the area of his research, clinical psychology. With little direction when he began preparing to attend graduate school, [...]

Young Doctors: How to Be a Part-time Academic Consultant – 1342021-03-30T18:24:32-05:00

How to Become a Popular Freelance Consultant – 108

2021-03-27T11:36:53-05:00

Interview with Dr. Christopher H. Loo, MD-PhD On this episode of the PNC podcast, freelance consultant, Christopher H. Loo, MD-PhD, describes how he left clinical medicine, became financially independent by the age of 29, and developed his consulting practice. Now a freelance consultant and author of three books, Christopher is a fascinating example of the ways in which you can make your MD work for you outside of clinical practice. Background Born and raised in Houston, TX, Christopher [...]

How to Become a Popular Freelance Consultant – 1082021-03-27T11:36:53-05:00

5 Big Steps on the Path to Career Success – 104

2021-03-27T11:09:35-05:00

Interview with Dr. Jattu Senesie This week's episode of the PNC Podcast is the last interview in our series of physician coaches that offers a systematic approach to achieving life and career success. John speaks with Dr. Jattu Senesie, a physician coach who is also a member of the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook Group. Jattu shares her story of leaving clinical practice, and offers fascinating insights into her coaching process. Background Jattu, like many physicians, began her [...]

5 Big Steps on the Path to Career Success – 1042021-03-27T11:09:35-05:00

How This Survivor is Helping the Helpers Thrive – 103

2021-03-27T10:49:44-05:00

Interview with Yvonne Ator, MD, MPH After suffering burnout herself, and seeing its effects first hand, Dr. Yvonne Ator dedicated her life to helping the helpers (physicians) thrive. In this week’s episode, we dive into the world of physician executive coaching with Dr. Ator. As a physician, musician, coach, writer, author, speaker and serial-quester, Yvonne is tireless in her mission as a “Helper for Helpers”  to empower, equip and inspire those who have sacrificed to serve.  She has [...]

How This Survivor is Helping the Helpers Thrive – 1032021-03-27T10:49:44-05:00

Why You Need to Get an Executive Coach Now – 102

2021-03-27T10:35:12-05:00

Interview with Dr. Starla Fitch On this week’s episode of the podcast, we'll take a look at the fascinating world of life and executive coach Dr. Starla Fitch. Starla found salvation from burnout through coaching by accident and quickly realized its potential to help other physicians. After making a slow transition out of clinical practice, she now works full time as an executive coach and speaker. Background Starla followed a somewhat unusual path to the world of medicine, [...]

Why You Need to Get an Executive Coach Now – 1022021-03-27T10:35:12-05:00

Limited Coaching Helps This Full Time Medical Director – 101

2021-03-27T10:27:52-05:00

Interview with Dr. Krystal Sodaitis On this week’s podcast episode, I have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Krystal Sodaitis, who has found that coaching helps bring balance to her life. Like my previous guest, she is a member of the Physician Nonclinical Career Hunters Facebook group where she shares what she has learned with other members. Krystal is a UM Medical Director who offers a fascinating new perspective on the process of transitioning from clinical work into her [...]

Limited Coaching Helps This Full Time Medical Director – 1012021-03-27T10:27:52-05:00

Unlock Leadership Through Coaching

2017-05-01T10:26:59-05:00

Before describing how to unlock leadership through coaching, I want to mention that Vital Physician Executive was featured on Future Proof MD. Please check out Future Proof Docs – The Vital Physician Executive and let me know what you think. How to Unlock Leadership Through Coaching My thinking about coaching has been evolving. The Death of Socrates – by Jacques-Louis David As I described in my post comparing coaching and mentoring, coaching can be defined as the process [...]

Unlock Leadership Through Coaching2017-05-01T10:26:59-05:00

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