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The Top 6 Things Physicians Don’t Know About Burnout with Dr. Darlene Mayo Ep 21

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The Top 6 Things Physicians Don’t Know About Burnout with Dr. Darlene Mayo Ep 21

October 19, 2022

The Top 6 Things Physicians Don’t Know About Burnout with Dr. Darlene Mayo Ep 21

Attention, private practice owners! Are you so burned out, you’re starting to wonder if you should quit your career?

First of all, don’t do that.

Secondly, you’re not alone. 

Over 122,000 physicians in 2022 left their jobs due to feeling stressed out and exhausted. While it would make sense to get rid of whatever is stressing you out (aka your career), the solution is actually deeper and more personal than that. You need to make real changes to look within and take care of yourself. 

Burnout can actually change your brain structurally and understanding how that occurs is the key to reversing it. 

Tune in to the Provider’s Edge podcast this week, where I interview Dr. Darlene Mayo, leader, speaker, coach, and breakthrough consultant. You will learn why yoga sessions and week-long vacations won’t fix your burnout and provide real solutions that will. 

Dr. Mayo is a board-certified neurosurgeon and neuroscientist who deeply understands the electrical charges and chemistry of the brain. Due to her research, she is able to help her clients reach their breakthroughs with a combination of evidence-based science and inner wisdom. 

Do you want to take your healthcare career to the next level and improve your quality of life? Find out 6 things physicians don’t know about burnout by listening and subscribing to our episode now!

Your success is just one step ahead, Just tap on the link below to listen to the full podcast to beat your competition…

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