That’s right. I’ve been exactly where you are right now.
I trained at prestigious institutions, secured a competitive fellowship, landed a dream job that was supposed to be my “forever job”…and was so miserable just 5 years into practice that I considered quitting medicine entirely.
I was depleted, angry, and resentful. I felt trapped in my job and thought my only options were to stay, miserable, or quit medicine entirely. I thought I was too young to leave medicine and too old to do anything else after all the years of education and training.
So I did exactly what medicine trained me to do-keep on pushing forward. Keep sacrificing myself, keep prioritizing medicine, keep going. For years. Until one day I randomly listened to a podcast on coaching that changed everything for me.
Through working with my own coach and delving into the world of positive psychology, I learned everything medical school hadn’t taught me-what truly creates my emotions and how to gain control over them, how I constantly undermined myself without even realizing it (and how to change that!), and what it meant to deliberately create a life I love. And I can teach you to do the same.