Dr. Julie Brauer // #GeriOnICE // www.ptonice.com
In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Modern Management of the Older Adult lead faculty Julie Brauer discusses the idea that passion alone is not sufficient for thriving in a career. She mentions that while it is possible to sustain a career solely based on passion, it is not sustainable in the long run. Julie shares personal experiences and acknowledges that many colleagues and friends have also encountered this issue. She emphasizes the importance of considering the entire ecosystem, including supportive management, colleagues with similar philosophies, and a network of supportive friends, family, and partners. Without this support system, Julie warns that burnout is likely to occur and that the initial passion will start to diminish. The episode emphasizes the need for a supportive ecosystem, where managers value and understand the contributions individuals bring to their work. Julie also mentions the importance of growth and opportunities for advancement, as well as being surrounded by like-minded individuals who share a fitness-forward approach.
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01:43 JULIE BRAUER
Good morning, crew. Welcome to the Geri on ICE segment of the PT on ICE Daily Show. I'm brought to you by the Institute of Clinical Excellence. My name is Julie. I am a member of the older adult division. Excited to talk to you all this morning about five things I've changed my mind about in Jerry PT over the past, I think it's like eight-ish years now of my career. So I actually have a list of like eight or nine. It keeps growing as I keep thinking about things, but I'm going to try and keep it to around five. And so my hope is that over the past eight years of all the mistakes I've made and the paths I went down and the things I've learned, I'm hoping that someone out there listening today, if I can inspire and encourage you to think a little bit differently, to do a little bit differently, if I can save you a little bit of heartache that I've experienced, then I will call this a 100% success. Okay, so these