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We empower doctors, dentists, pharmacists, veterinarians, chiropractors, and other health professionals who are stepping outside the box of traditional medicine and stepping into business & entrepreneurship. Packed with inspiration, empowerment as well as practical tools, tips, & hacks that you can use in your business, Dr. Maiysha's goal is to empower you to take that next step to creating a career you love so you can have a life you design.

Next Level Physicians: Thriving Outside the Box Maiysha Clairborne MD

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We empower doctors, dentists, pharmacists, veterinarians, chiropractors, and other health professionals who are stepping outside the box of traditional medicine and stepping into business & entrepreneurship. Packed with inspiration, empowerment as well as practical tools, tips, & hacks that you can use in your business, Dr. Maiysha's goal is to empower you to take that next step to creating a career you love so you can have a life you design.

    Episode 69: Sustaining Unconditional Love in Physician Relationships w/Dr. Yara Demo

    Episode 69: Sustaining Unconditional Love in Physician Relationships w/Dr. Yara Demo

    SHOW NOTES:

    In this week’s podcast, we invited Dr. Yara Demo to a conversation about marriage and relationships. We talk about what makes relationships healthy and unhealthy, and how challenging romantic relationships can be for a physician.

    -- Highlights from the conversation:

    DR YARA DEMO

    ● Practicing Neurologist, Physician Life Coach, Mother and Wife.

    ● Burnout, living intentionally, relationships coach

    ● Thriving and empowered after burnout

    MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIPS

    ● It’s very easy for us to take the people that are close to us, and our relationships, for granted. Friends, family, romantic relationships.

    ● For a couple, is necesssary that both try to see things from the other’s perspective. This is necessary to start building tolerance, consideration, and respect. Mutual respect is imperative.

    ● Watching out language is something we should work on. Not only verbally, but also physically. The unconscious mind can make us react on a way that we are not aware of, and still hurt our partner with words or gestures.

    ● It’s important to accept that we all have different ways of thinking and working towards mutual goals. Without recognizing this, we have the risk of thinking that the other person isn’t making enough of an effort. This also leads to taking misunderstandings or “signals” as evidence of what we think in a stubborn way.

    ● When both partners are physicians, it’s a bit more probable for them to mutually understand the time commitment, the struggle, and the stress involved in doing the job. Shared experiences allow couples to rely on each other after being on call for 24 hours or after losing a patient, because they both know how that feels. One down-side of a physician couple is that usually, it’s one of them who takes the lead role in the home administration and/or child care. This can be a lot for someone who has a busy schedule, and may cause some friction with the partner who isn’t participating as much. Balance is key.

    ● In a non-physician male and physician female household, there can be a reversal of the roles (the socially expected ones) that can create a lot of struggle However, this depends on the couple’s mindset.

    ● A couple is always in development. There are several phases to go through. And the more time passes, the more challenges will be phased. We should keep present that it’s ok to change, but also to be open to the other person changing. An open mind and comprehension can go a long way.

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    Website Address

    www.YaraDemoMD.com

    Social Media

    Facebook Page

    https://www.facebook.com/Marriage-Coaching-for-Busy-Physicians-with-Yara-Demo-MD-103182645130733

    Instagram Profile

    https://www.instagram.com/yarademomd/

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    See you on the next one!

    Hosted by: Dr. Maiysha Clairborne

    Ready for the next level in your life? Join the Movement! Become a part of the Mind ReMapping Nation, an exclusive community that empowers your growth & accountability. Go to www.MindReMappingNation.com

    Interested to learn NLP, & Hypnosis? Find out more about our upcoming NLP/Hypnosis 4 in 1 Certification training. Visit www.remapmymind.com or reach out directly & schedule an interest call at www.remapmymind.today

    • 35 min
    Episode 68: Surviving the Pandemic as an Entrepreneur w/Dr. Dike Drummond

    Episode 68: Surviving the Pandemic as an Entrepreneur w/Dr. Dike Drummond

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week Dr. Drummond and I discuss what it's like to be an entrepreneur in the middle of the pandemic we are going through, and how to think of your business and yourself during these difficult times.

    Highlights from the conversation:

    DR DIKE DRUMMOND

    ● Mayo trained family doctor, professional coach, author, speaker, and trainer.

    ● CEO and Founder of TheHappyMD.com

    ● Over 3000 hours of one-on-one physician coaching, training over 40,000 doctors

    ● Dr. Drummond started blogging about physician’s burnout. Being one of the pioneers in the topic, he was able to work together with hospitals and other organizations to help address burnout in the medical field, especially on live events.. With COVID-19, 80% of his business disappeared.

    BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR IN COVID-19 TIMES

    ● Adapting is crucial. Switching to a virtual platform and reinventing channels of communication allowed Dr. Drummond to stay afloat.

    ● Some of us don’t just tolerate a job. We don’t want just a job, but more. Some of us want to break free from regular practice and pursue something with purpose, and create with it a revenue.

    ● After the COVID-19 outbreak, a lot of physicians decided to switch to a virtual business, telemedicine, and teleconsulting. Looking for a niche can be overwhelming, but you must focus on something that you are truly and deeply passionate about. You can do “wound” working, investigating and working on your own “wounds” (or problems), and share that solution with an audience.

    ● The reason to go for what you really care about or what “hurts” you, is that you have an insight view that’s very much needed when you want to capture an audience (and potential clients). People will invest in content they can relate to.

    ● A tip: Find what works on the people you are targeting, research, and try to see if it works. If it does, hold on to it. Do try improving content and ideas, but don’t steer too far away from what’s working. People can get tired of new wording and concepts (or even don;t understand them), and they will always go back to the basics, to what’s familiar to them.

    ● Trial and error will be necessary. Success in the first try is extremely rare, so don’t be disappointed or scared to fail and try again. If a project didn’t go as planned, it’s because of a marketing failure, a financial failure, and administrative failure, etc… Not because you are a failure. Take the learning experience and keep going.

    ● You can use the situation brought to us by COVID-19 as an opportunity to go for that business idea you’ve been thinking about. However, take your steps carefully and keep present that you may still have responsibilities to take care of.

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    Website Address

    https://www.thehappymd.com/

    Social Media

    Facebook Page

    https://www.facebook.com/thehappymd/

    Twitter handle

    https://twitter.com/dikedrummond

    Youtube Channel

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR622ShA_gbEJOzbG7LX8WQ

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    See you on the next one!

    Hosted by: Dr. Maiysha Clairborne

    Ready for the next level in your life? Join the Movement! Become a part of the Mind ReMapping Nation, an exclusive community that empowers your growth & accountability. Go to www.MindReMappingNation.com

    Interested to learn NLP, & Hypnosis? Find out more about our upcoming NLP/Hypnosis 4 in 1 Certification training. Visit www.remapmymind.com or reach out directly & schedule an interest call at www.remapmymind.today

    • 41 min
    Episode 67: Empowering Latina Docs w/Dr. Ursula Lang

    Episode 67: Empowering Latina Docs w/Dr. Ursula Lang

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week next level entrepreneur and I took the conversation to another level as we chatted about empowering our Latina Women Physicians

    Highlights from the conversation:

    Dr. Ursula Lang

    ● MD, PhD. Board Certified in both Anatomic Pathology and Dermatopathology

    ● Dedicated to helping Latina physicians and scientists through Latina Docs Podcast (with Dr. Vanessa Calderon)

    ● Immersed in coaching for the last four years, with over 1,000 hours of training and experience

    ● Loving wife, mother of two beautiful children, and fierce friend

    The importance of representation and empowerment

    ● Nobody else has the same combination of experiences, positions, connections. This uniqueness can be turned into a contribution and example for those that have similarities in one or more aspects with us, but can’t find them in mainstream media.

    ● Representation can give us perspective. Different parties voicing what they need and how they live their lives provides strength and value to the group they represent.

    ● It’s important to have people in your life you can go to or look up to, that can remind you who you are why you are doing what you're doing.

    ● Representation is part of a bigger machine. There are people in the front lines (that show up in manifestations, attacking the root of the problem, being extremely vocal), and behind them are those who empower them, and lift them up when they are burning down.

    ● Creativity is one of the roots of empowerment. Without it, so many tools (such as podcasts, coaching programs, videos, guides, etc) wouldn’t be available. These tools expand our minds and provide us with an impulse to look for better solutions.

    ● Someone decided that one color of one skin or one race was superior to others, and this kept going for so many years. It keeps going. Latino people and black people can have internalized that without realizing. This can be stopped by honoring our cultures, which can only be noticed and displayed through empowerment and representation. Without clearly visualizing it, there’s no way to combat the idea of white supremacy.

    ● This also works in other aspects, such as gender discrimination.

    Catch up with Dr. Lang by visiting her at www.lantinadocs.com

    Follow her on Social Media at:

    Facebook Page

    Facebook.com/groups/latinadocs

    Website Address

    Latinadocs.com

    Podcast Name

    Latina Docs

    See you on the next one!

    Hosted by: Dr. Maiysha Clairborne

    Looking for a Coach or Mastermind to Join? Ready to Take Your Career, Business, and Life to the Next Level? If you want to Learn more about Dr. Maiysha's coaching, courses, and masterminds. Visit www.DrMaiysha.com. Choose from of our Free Mini Online Masterclasses on Mindset Mastery, Manifestation, and Next Level Entrepreneurship Right on the Home page to start your journey now.

    • 35 min
    Episode 66: Finding Real Estate Freedom through Syndication w/Dr. Cherry Chen

    Episode 66: Finding Real Estate Freedom through Syndication w/Dr. Cherry Chen

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week next level entrepreneur and I took the conversation to another level as we chatted about

    Highlights from the conversation:

    Dr. Cherry Chen

    ● Founder of The Real State Physician

    ● Received her MD at Texas A&M College of Medicine with honors, and completed her training at Oregon Health & Science University.

    ● Author of “The Physician’s Definitive Guide to Real Estate Syndications”

    Real Estate Syndication

    ● Syndication deals are usually for apartment complexes and storage buildings, because they will be shared with multiple families/parts.

    ● Syndication may take a bit longer than a solo investment, but it may be well worth it.

    ● Full-time physicians can have a hard time managing their investments due to lack of time, especially on real estate. When you talk about syndication, you can invest and have a stake in a property without having to go through the complicated process of managing it and maintaining it closely.

    ● Not only there's less investment in time, but also in the monetary aspect. There’s a bit less at stake.

    ● Basic money management is key. It’s important to stay informed and self-educate in this matter for any type of investment, and daily life in general.

    ● There’s a difference between crowdfunding platforms (sites that facilitate real estate connections and transactions, but don’t take place in the actual investment), and private syndication (in which you have a sponsor and there’s a team of people investing money, highly participating in the whole syndication process).

    ● Some things to have in consideration before jumping to the pool: Be 100% sure that you are investing your money in something you actually want to put your money in, check the situation of the market, check the background and experience of the people you’ll invest with.

    ● Rest assured, investing in properties - and real estate syndication - is not as difficult as it seems. You just need the correct guidance.

    Catch up with Dr. Chen by visiting her at https://therealestatephysician.com/

    You can also follow them on social media at:

    Facebook Page

    http://www.facebook.com/therealestatephysician

    See you on the next one!

    Hosted by: Dr. Maiysha Clairborne

    Looking for a Coach or Mastermind to Join? Ready to Take Your Career, Business, and Life to the Next Level? If you want to Learn more about Dr. Maiysha's coaching, courses, and masterminds. Visit www.DrMaiysha.com. Choose from of our Free Mini Online Masterclasses on Mindset Mastery, Manifestation, and Next Level Entrepreneurship Right on the Home page to start your journey now.

    • 57 min
    Episode 65: Bringing the Soul back into Medicine Part 2: Restoring Our Souls w/Dr. Pam Pappas

    Episode 65: Bringing the Soul back into Medicine Part 2: Restoring Our Souls w/Dr. Pam Pappas

    SHOW NOTES:

    In a second episode, next level physician Dr. Pam Pappas and I took the conversation to another level once again as we went deeper about bringing the soul back into medicine and just how we begin to restore our souls as physicians & medical providers.

    Highlights from the conversation:

    Dr. Pamela Pappas

    ● Integrative psychiatrist. Personal and executive coach for physicians.

    ● Founder and CEO of Wholehearted Doctoring

    ● One fellowship in mental health services research, and another one in consultation liaison psychiatry. Bringing together mind and spirit.

    ● As a psychiatrist, and in her years as a coach, she has heard the following words coming from medical professionals too many times: “I feel like I've lost my soul.”

    Doctors: What to do with the current ongoing trauma?

    ● We are in the middle of a disaster that’s not like any other disaster we’ve faced before. Usually, after a couple of days or weeks we are able to check the damages and rebuild. This is not the case. And if the perpetuity of this situation isn’t enough, there’s another factor that weighs into medical experts: They are constantly doubted. People say that what doctors do and say is a hoax, that numbers are inflated, that these are all lies. These are heavy things to carry on for a long time. An ongoing trauma.

    ● It’s important for doctors to strengthen their inner connection to not be washed away by ignorant and hurtful comments from people and the media. We are talking about relying on the spiritual side. (This is not necessarily about religion)

    ● It can be hard to help someone establish a relationship with their own emotions, especially if they are not used to it. Some even get to the point of dissociation (because with such an amount of stress, the mind needs some sort of escape).

    How to reconnect to one’s soul?

    ● This is very individualized. Several factors are important. What’s your current way of life and what’s your ideal life? What gives you peace? What keeps you grounded? What brings you joy? What does it look, feel, smell, taste like?

    ● You probably already have what you need to head towards a connection with your spiritual side.

    ● Then, it’s all about willing to let yourself go of external factors that won’t nourish your internal values. Give yourself permission to slow down

    ● Give yourself permission to feel, to feel good.

    Contact Dr. Pam for a wake up call by visiting www.drpampappas.com

    You can also follow her on social media at:

    Facebook Page

    https://www.facebook.com/WholeheartedDoctoring

    Twitter handle

    https://twitter.com/PamPappasMD

    Website Address

    https://drpampappas.com/

    See you on the next one!

    Hosted by: Dr. Maiysha Clairborne

    Looking for a Coach or Mastermind to Join? Ready to Take Your Career, Business, and Life to the Next Level? If you want to Learn more about Dr. Maiysha's coaching, courses, and masterminds. Visit www.DrMaiysha.com. Choose from of our Free Mini Online Masterclasses on Mindset Mastery, Manifestation, and Next Level Entrepreneurship Right on the Home page to start your journey now.

    • 48 min
    Episode 64: Bringing The Soul Back Into Medicine w/Dr. Pam Pappas

    Episode 64: Bringing The Soul Back Into Medicine w/Dr. Pam Pappas

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week next level physician Dr. Pam Pappas and I took the conversation to another level as we went deep and talked about bringing the soul back into medicine.

    Highlights from the conversation:

    Dr. Pamela Pappas

    ● Integrative psychiatrist. Personal and executive coach for physicians.

    ● Founder and CEO of Wholehearted Doctoring

    ● One fellowship in mental health services research, and another one in consultation liaison psychiatry. Bringing together mind and spirit.

    ● As a psychiatrist, and in her years as a coach, she has heard the following words coming from medical professionals too many times: “I feel like I've lost my soul.”

    Bringing the soul back in medicine

    ● As medical professionals, it can feel like we are not encouraged to take care of ourselves. Intellectual capacity, training, research, etc… if they are not fueledes by something deeper than just the intellectual, it can cause something inside us to break. It can feel like we are giving up on us, on our souls.

    ● To fully heal, it’s necessary a methodology and a pathway for understanding and living your authentic self. Personality patterns, soft spots, inner conflicts and frictions come into the mix and they shouldn’t be taken lightly or ignored.

    ● Moral injury is coming up more and more. Professionals are put in situations in which they can’t assist a patient the way they know in their soul and the way they have been trained.

    ● Few resources and staffing are recent problems that came up with the pandemic. These factors create a sensation of burnout and being left out by the system and their employers.

    Contact Dr. Pam for a wake up call by visiting her Website

    https://drpampappas.com/

    You can also follow them on social media at:

    Facebook Page

    https://www.facebook.com/WholeheartedDoctoring

    Twitter handle

    https://twitter.com/PamPappasMD

    See you on the next one!

    Looking for a Coach or Mastermind to Join? Ready to Take Your Career, Business, and Life to the Next Level? If you want to Learn more about Dr. Maiysha's coaching, courses, and masterminds. Visit www.DrMaiysha.com. Choose from of our Free Mini Online Masterclasses on Mindset Mastery, Manifestation, and Next Level Entrepreneurship Right on the Home page to start your journey now.

    • 41 min

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