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Episode 347: Stories & Sass Solocast

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Episode 347: Stories & Sass Solocast

2022 is here! Can you believe it? In some ways I’m excited to see a new year and in others I’m wary. The past few years have given us more…
January 17, 2022

Episode 347: Stories & Sass Solocast

2022 is here! Can you believe it? In some ways I’m excited to see a new year and in others I’m wary. The past few years have given us more and more adversity, and I don’t know about you, but I don’t necessarily feel ready. 

But we’re here regardless and no matter how much we may or may not like change, it happens. All the time!

For instance, my Burnout to Badass Course? Remember that? The course platform that we have it hosted on is closing. We received notice JUST before the new year and honestly, I grieved. 

The team and I have finally hit this stride and things feel really good and we were just settling in and then we find out about CourseCraft closing. But that’s just the way of it. Change is happening constantly and we have to keep working and pivoting. 

That’s just life. 

Listen in to hear some more fun goodies, get some good information, and get ready to be inspired. Just keep going. Just keep putting one foot in front of the other because you’ll be surprised to look back days, weeks, months from now and see how far small steps have taken you. 

“Have the courage and confidence to fail, because it may be leading you to a place where you have 2nd-year medical student love too.” Errin Weisman

 

In this episode:

[01:47] Let’s start with a story about my course host closing.

[02:50] “Change happens.”

[04:38] Now a story about Craig and I hot-tubbing.

[04:57] My husband told me “Errin, I admire that you have kept trying.” 

[07:11] My last story is about my favorite Instagram post.

[08:36] Come talk to me in my Slack group.

 

Links and Resources 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT A LOW COST!!!

  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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