42 episodes

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

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 4.9, 11 Ratings

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 41: The Importance of Branding & Using Our Voices to Empower Each Other w/Dr. Dana Corriel

    Episode 41: The Importance of Branding & Using Our Voices to Empower Each Other w/Dr. Dana Corriel

    SHOW NOTES:

    This episode next level entrepreneur and Dr. Dana Corriel and I discuss the importance of personal branding, using our social media voices to empower each other, and how Dr. Dana became a social media influencer.

    Highlights from the conversation:

    - Her journey to brand consulting

    - How SoMeDocs began

    - Dr. Corriel’s mission with SoMEDocs

    - The importance of personal branding for physicians and how it helps them to find their voice.

    - Having communities that empower each other are the key to not only growing your individual business but also to reclaiming our voice and power as physicians

    - The challenges of balancing the Dr. Corriel brand with SoMeDocs and some tips on how she is able to do that

    …. And so much more

    Take a listen!

    Catch up with Dr. Corriel by visiting her at on her website www.Drcorriel.com for her personal branding & www.SoMeDocs.com for Doctors on Social Media.

    You can also follow them on social media at:

    Twitter - @Drcorriel

    Instagram @Drcorriel

    Facebook Page at www.FB.com/DrCorriel AND

    Www.FB.com/somedocs

    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.

    • 20 min
    Episode 40: The Healthy Hustle: Minding Our Mental Health as Entrepreneur's w/Dr. JaNae Taylor

    Episode 40: The Healthy Hustle: Minding Our Mental Health as Entrepreneur's w/Dr. JaNae Taylor

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week next level entrepreneur Dr. JaNae Taylor and talk about the dangers of the hustle, and what’s considered a healthy hustle, and structures to keep from burning out as you are growing your business.

    Highlights from the conversation:

    In this podcast, Dr. Taylor - a PhD Psychologist, host of the “Minding My Black Business” podcast, and founder of Taylor’s Counseling and Consulting Services - talks about mental and emotional health for black entrepreneurs.

    Dr. Taylor’s Background
    ● While she was pursuing her degree, she noticed the constant demand of assignments. Everything that happens behind the scenes isn’t a priority. As long as academics are fine, nothing else matters. That translates after getting the degree. Doctors prioritize how they perform at work over how they feel as individuals.

    ● She started a private practice in 2016, and was also working part-time as a university counselor. She initially had the door wide open in terms of who she was seeing, and slowly became more niche, working exclusively with black people. Her podcast started after hearing all the sacrifices doctors made, as well as experiences from her own journey.

    The Danger of the Hustle
    ● The word “Hustle” gives the impression of the need to constantly be doing something.

    ● Probably about 80% of all entrepreneurs, particularly black entrepreneurs, are solopreneurs. They invest all their time in their ventures, and hardly ever have time for themselves. And that has mental health negative outcomes, such as anxiety and depression.

    ● When you have your own business, especially when it’s something that you love, it doesn’t always feel like love. That makes drawing a line more difficult. It’s important to be mindful of when to disconnect.

    The Healthy Hustle
    ● Hustle isn’t bad itself. Creating something from nothing and pursuing something that’s your own. That’s great, it’s worth having, and worth working for it. But how do we keep it healthy? By drawing a line. Just like we know it’s healthy to put boundaries to our personal relationships, the relationships with our businesses should have limits as well.

    Some signs we should stop and establish boundaries with the hustle:

    ● Isolation - It’s good to find a support group, plus it can give you new perspectives!

    ● Burnout - Taking some time off is necessary.

    ● Fatigue - Don’t forget to sleep.

    ● Lack of structure - Think and write down the following steps. Having a plan is super important.

    ● Ignoring your mental health - If you are struggling, don’t be ashamed to turn to a therapist.

    Catch up with Dr. JaNae by visiting her at www.mindingmyblackbusiness.com

    You can also follow her on social media at:

    Facebook Page

    @drjanaetaylor

    Instagram handle

    @drjanaetaylor

    Twitter handle

    @mindingmyblkbiz

    Listen to her Podcast Name

    Minding My BLACK Business

    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.

    • 39 min
    Episode 39 - Finding Your Center in the Midst of Chaos w/Dr. Disha

    Episode 39 - Finding Your Center in the Midst of Chaos w/Dr. Disha

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week next level entrepreneur and Dr. Disha Philip and I took the conversation to another level as we talk about mindfulness and meditation, and how bringing these practices to our daily life can bring healing and resilience in all the chaos.

    Highlights from the conversation:

    In this podcast, Dr. Disha talks about mindfulness and meditation, and how bringing these practices to our daily life can bring healing and resilience in all the chaos.

    Dr. Disha’s Journey into meditation and mindfulness:

    ● Dr. Disha labels the moment she started meditating as life changing. It taught her how to respond rather than react. After perceiving the benefits of meditation herself, she implemented it into her practice.

    ● It has helped her and her patients answer some important questions, such as if they are living a life by design, or a life by desire.

    Benefits of meditation backed by science:

    ● Meditation isn’t about clearing the mind, but about coming to the present moment.

    ● During meditation, the parasympathetic nervous system is activated. This at the same times turns on all healing mechanisms.

    ● Normalizes heart rates, helps glucose control, and reduces cortisol levels.

    Why is meditation important for medical specialists:

    It’s important to emphasize how helpful it is teaching people how to respond instead of how to react. Especially in a crisis, it’s necessary to learn how to listen. Listen for when it’s time to continue, when it’s time to sit down, listen to what’s best for oneself. Listen to what’s the best way to approach and treat a patient.

    How Dr. Disha teacher others meditation:

    Meditation program: An eight-week course that not only helps people learn meditation, but also about the nuts and bolts, and the benefits it brings to life. Classes imparted on Zoom, so anyone from anywhere in the world can join.

    Dr. Disha provides a personal mantra based on the date time and place of birth, all calculated through Vedic Astrology and Vedic Math.

    There’s unlimited access for questions, and a community on Facebook where everyone gets together to support each other

    Catch up with Dr. Disha by visiting her at website: www.drdisha.com

    You can also follow them on social media at:

    https://www.facebook.com/disha.mookherjee

    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.

    • 51 min
    Episode 38 - Physicians Honoring Their Not So Traditional Talents w/Dr. Melissa Hankins

    Episode 38 - Physicians Honoring Their Not So Traditional Talents w/Dr. Melissa Hankins

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week next level physician entrepreneur and Dr. Melissa Hankins and I took the conversation to another level as we conversed about letting your “Woo” shine…that is embrace our “non-traditional” talents.

    Highlights from the conversation:

    - Dr. Hankins recounts her journey into EFT and how initially she sat on it b/c of what others would think

    - Dr. Maiysha talks a bit about her experience with being integrative physician and her practice of Hypnosis/NLP and Time Line Therapy ®

    - So many physicians and medical professionals have talents beyond the profession, however the training has beat the creativity out of us

    - The medical profession shames anything that is does not fall in line with mainstream

    - Evidence based is important AND many times cutting edge happens first, and then the research catches up later

    - Listen to our inner knock and honor it

    - It’s okay to be open about your non-traditional gifts. You just have to find your tribe

    - You are not alone. There are MANY other physicians exploring the non-traditional healing arts.

    Catch up with Dr. Hankins by visiting her/him at www.MelissaHankinsMD.com or contacting her on social media.

    You can also follow her on social media at:

    Facebook Page

    www.facebook.com/MHankinsCoaching

    Instagram handle

    www.instagram.com/drmelissahankins

    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.

    • 37 min
    Episode 37 - How Dr. Jill Wener is Actively Using Her Voice to Promote Anti-Racism in Her Community

    Episode 37 - How Dr. Jill Wener is Actively Using Her Voice to Promote Anti-Racism in Her Community

    SHOW NOTES: This week next level entrepreneur Dr. Jill Wener and I took the conversation to another level as we had a special conversation about drawing a line in the sand, and ending systemic racism. 

    Highlights from the conversation: Dr. Jill Wener’s Background: 

    ● After a few rough years struggling with mental health and inner peace, Jill started practicing meditation with an instructor that emphasized how stress affects human physiology and behavior. 

    ● She transitioned out of clinical medicine to pursue a three-month teacher training in India. Her intentions were to work part-time in the hospital and part-time as a meditation teacher. However, after having the opportunity to move to China and then back to India, she became a “crunchy granola person.” Going back to medicine wasn’t an option anymore. 

    ● After returning to the States, she became interested in EFT tapping. Mind-Body Techniques Against Racism 

    ● In 2016, Dr. Jill wrote a blog post about the election results. An old friend of her called her out about the content, and calling her privileged. That made her investigate more about racism. 

    ● Research and retreats helped her recognize defensiveness in herself. She determined that in order to control said feelings that come a trace from white supremacy culture, mindfulness was absolutely necessary. 

    ● Dr. Jill launched a program with eight modules involving different mind-body techniques based on the symptoms of how white supremacy culture pervades everything, and how most can recognize what involves truly being anti racism. 

    Being an Ally 

    ● Voting for Obama, being a democrat, or outrage towards news isn't enough. A ground foundation, shaking journey is necessary. Racism is very much alive in the United States. 

    ● The idea of being a “White Ally” is that you are a white person who is there to work together with black folks who are doing the work. The intention isn’t to fix anything for anybody, but to support and empower those who aren’t heard. Transforming Racism from Deep Inside 

    ● Racism is is not only used in the white community. Racism is global. Being able to celebrate other cultures besides the white culture. Good thing is that people are willing to break down the construct of light skin being better than dark skin. 

    ● Only with dialogue and breaking down what’s truly inside, there is a chance for true transformation. It all starts in the head by recognizing the depth of the problem. 

    ● Racism also affects how healthcare professionals practice. By being more mindful about racism, its roots, and recognizing it, doctors will be less biased against their patients- even when this bias in unconscious. 

    Catch up with Dr. Wener on social media at: 

    Facebook Page www.Facebook.com/jillwenermdmeditation 

    Instagram handle @Jillwenermd 

    Twitter handle @Jillwenermd 

    Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVmjMStacc3aH02Dg6fmmTA 

    Website Address www.Jillwener.com 

    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.

    • 53 min
    Episode 36: Physicians Helping Physicians Make Career Transitions w/Dr. Michelle Mudge-Riley

    Episode 36: Physicians Helping Physicians Make Career Transitions w/Dr. Michelle Mudge-Riley

    SHOW NOTES:

    This week next level entrepreneur and Dr. Michelle Mudge-Riley and I took the conversation to another level as we had a special conversation about physicians helping physicians and she reveals what she is doing to help physicians who are interested in non-clinical careers this summer in July!

    Highlights from the conversation:

    Dr. Mudge’s Background

    ● Dr. Mudge was in pathology training as a pathology before transitioning in 2004 She loved medicine, but wasn’t sure clinical medicine was what she felt comfortable with. Back in those days, resources that now are available all over the internet weren’t there. That made her feel alone and lost.

    ● She then tried other jobs somehow related to medicine - which was the only work experience she had - and worked for a medical device company and hospital administration. Without marketing or administration knowledge, the outcomes weren’t exactly good.

    ● She started telling her story, and it got picked up by different news channels. Later, she was invited to speak in conferences about her experience. Not long after that, her clients started reaching out to her for coaching services.

    A Message For the Doctors that Feel Like they Outgrew Their Careers

    It’s a bit scary, because you may feel like you are turning your back into what you worked so hard for. You are not a failure, you are exploring other options. It’s valid to think about businesses that you’d like to start, careers that you’d like to explore. Spread your wings, because good things come with that.

    The Situation of Doctors Trying to Change Their Career Path

    ● No one is safe form how lost they will feel once they make the transition. Triple board certified orthopedics, surgeons, etc…

    ● Currently, there is what seems to be a mass exodus. Doctors are looking towards changing their career, and this doesn’t necessarily mean coming out of clinical, but just practicing on their own terms.

    ● What stops most of the people is fear. “What’s out there? Is there anything for me?”

    ● There are many different paths that people can take: Telemedicine, utilization review work, healthcare IT, pharma medical science liaison work, digital technology related or unrelated to medicine…

    How To Help Doctors During the Transition

    ● Preparing their minds for the journey: Most of physicians look only at the destination. Becoming a doctor was a journey, and most forget that. The transition will be journey too.

    ● It’s best to leave the competitive mindset behind: Striving to be as good as it gets is wonderful, but there’s no need to push others down. There’s enough bread for everyone.

    ● Confidence: Many will say that a transition is stupid, a waste of time, or a waste of medical training. There’s a reason someone decided to do the transition, and that should be the one thing on their mind, and their main motivation.

    Sign up for the Physicians Helping Physicians Conference by going to https://bit.ly/PhysiciansHelpingPhysiciansVC

    You can also follow Dr. Mudge-Riley on social media at:

    Facebook Page

    https://www.facebook.com/mudgeriley/

    Instagram handle

    @mudgeriley

    Twitter handle

    @mudgeriley

    Your Youtube Channel

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChOnpmPLNict5lHQuRnw_pA?view_as=subscriber

    Website Address

    www.phphysicians.com

    Podcast Name

    Physicians In Transition Podcast



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    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Michelle Mudge-Riley ,

If you want to envision your life on YOUR terms

Maiysha - this podcast is a gamechanger. It's so real and authentic, which is something we are craving today. You get to the heart of the topic quickly with your guests and draw the vulnerability out in a caring and thoughtful way. That's hard to do! I love how comforable you make your guests, too. Please keep doing these podcasts!

drjan ,

Next Level

Hey Sis, I'm not sure if this is the platform to post this on, but it's going to you either way. I want to say a big thank you and send you a virtual hug for starting your podcast. I love hearing your voice, like you were coaching me again 😀. I've not had a chance to listen to all of the podcasts, but I have found the ones I have listened to to be very insightful.
The one particular episode that really spoke to me was Episode 21: Healing & The Journey of Entrepreneurship with Dr. Errin Weisman. It resonated so much with me that it inspired me to write this post. Her story and journey was a reflection of my own journey and is just another indicator that I am on the right path of helping other physicians and healthcare providers to find their healing. Like her, there was a point where I was so tied to my identity as a doctor and what others would think if I wasn't "doctoring". But what I have found since becoming a Resilience Coach for the doctors and staff in the ED of a major hospital in DC, is that I am able to "doctor" and heal in ways that no pharmaceutical medication ever could. To be in that level of service to others, makes my own resiliency journey worth the struggle.
So thank you and continue to be in service to others. I appreciate you and what you have contributed to my life's journey. ❤️ And yes, this is a marathon and not a sprint.

Mudfoot35 ,

A physician champion and gamechanger

Listen to this podcast and your life will be changed — especially if you are in this thing called medicine.

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