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352: Badass Spotlight Liz Pearce MD

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352: Badass Spotlight Liz Pearce MD

How do you want to feel every morning when you wake up? If you think light and full of energy, then you’re in good company. Liz Pearce joins me to…
February 7, 2022

352: Badass Spotlight Liz Pearce MD

How do you want to feel every morning when you wake up? If you think light and full of energy, then you’re in good company. Liz Pearce joins me to chat about why she loves the word buoyancy and what it’s like being retired from her practice. 

Burnout hit her like a ton of bricks. It took her taking time away and really digging deep to realize that she wasn’t living a life aligned with her values. After doing the work, she realized that she could figure a way out of medicine and that she needed to. 

The things that have gotten you here aren’t necessarily bad things because they helped you get to where you’re at. But if those things are no longer serving you, give yourself permission to bless and release them. 

One of the things that really helped her envision herself after burnout was imagining her favorite place, which is the water. She kept imagining the buoy and how it just bobs up and down and it perseveres. Then she realized that’s how she felt when she was younger. 

She felt buoyant and that was her dream.

Now it’s her reality. 

Listen in to hear her story and why she’s so happy with where her journey has taken her. 

“You can’t make chicken soup out of chicken poop.” Dr. Liz Pearce

 

In this episode: 

[01:26] Welcome to the show, Dr. Liz Pearce!

[03:43] Learn about her background and all the things.

[06:10] Dr. Pearce took a leave from her clinical job and she had to work at not being productive.

[08:02] The hardest part of leave for her was reminding herself that she didn’t need to get a hundred things done.

[09:49] She talks about what she learned about herself and her life during the leave.

[12:09] She shares the moment she knew she needed to resign from her job.

[14:12] Dr. Pearce discusses what her brain was telling her when making the decision to quit.

[18:44] Listen as Dr. Pearce speaks about why she picked the word buoyancy.

[23:35] She now realizes she is in control of her life, no one is going to save her.

[27:00] She talks about not listening to her intuition and how right it was.

[28:23] She talks about some things she wants the listeners to take away from her experience.

[31:49] Thank you for being on the show!

 

Links and Resources

Burntout to Badass

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  1. Buy my Kindle Book,Doctor Me First, on Amazon
  2. Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series.
  3. Sit with me in my Slack Channel.

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