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Stress affects us all, but why? How? I introduce you to the environment of stress by using a real-life "in the news" example.
Author of Dealing with Diabetes Burnout, Emotional Eating with Diabetes and Your Diabetes Science Experiment, Ginger Vieira has lived with Type 1 diabetes and Celiac disease since 1999, and fibromyalgia since 2014. Ginger is the Editorial Director at DiabetesDaily, with B.S. in Professional Writing and a background in cognitive coaching, video blogging, record-setting competitive powerlifting, personal training, Ashtanga yoga, and motivational speaking. She's expecting her first child with her husband this coming January 2015.
In this extraordinary radio interview with Dike, the founder and CEO of “The Happy MD,” we covered a wide range of topics, including
How common is physician burnout? (It averages about 1 in 3 physician, year after year, regardless of country)
What’s going on the the US that compounds physician burnout? (Take a wild guess)
What are the symptoms? How do burned out physicians behave? (Ask an empowered patient)
Is it identifiable? Treatable? Preventable? (Yes, Yes, & Yes!)
Are there tactics that physicians can employ to feel better again? (Dike has identified at least 117)
What is The Happy MD? How can it help? (Ah, this is what we talk about – be sure to listen to the interview)
Also, don't forget to check out Dike's new book, "Stop Physician Burnout: What to do when working harder – isn’t working", on October 1, 2014.
Dike Drummond is a Mayo trained family practice doctor and executive coach who is an expert on ways to lower stress and prevent burnout in doctors and healthcare organizations. He is the CEO of TheHappyMD.com and creator of the Burnout Prevention MATRIX Report and the One Minute Mindfulness Program for Physicians. He is a frequent guest blogger on KevinMD.com, thedoctorweighsin.com, ConsultantLive.com and other major healthcare blogs. He has an international coaching clinetele and community members from 63 countries and counting.
Tonight, join an Observer as we discuss the hacking incident of our site, and how to avoid burnout in the movement, and in our private lives. Also, I will discuss why I have always pushed myself so hard in my life, and why I am compelled to continue. As always, your calls are welcomed and encouraged.
Burnout can happen to even the best of us. But, we don't have to allow ourselves to be burned out. In this episode, Pastor Brian reflects on his class "Preventing Ministry Failure" and provides the top ten things that he has learned from the course to help prevent someone from burning out. Be sure to check the website at http://pastorbrianchilton.wordpress.com and feel free to call in at (323) 784-9617.
Matt Heller has spent 25 years in the amusement/theme park industry. Starting as a ride operator at Canobie Lake Park just out of high school, Matt has enjoyed a robust career around the industry with leadership positions at Canobie, Knottfs Camp Snoopy, Valleyfair and Smiles Entertainment Center. Pulling from his previous leadership experience, in 2003 Matt joined Universal Orlando Resort as the Senior Trainer of Leadership Development. Matt has also served on the IAAPA Education Committee, and as the Chair of the IAAPA Human Resources Committee from 2009-2012.
In 2011, Matt reduced his role at Universal to pursue additional independent training and consulting opportunities. He created Performance Optimist Consulting, and now helps leaders across the hospitality industry make sure they are getting the most out of themselves and their teams. Since starting Performance Optimist Consulting, some of Matt's clients include: Schlitterbahn Waterparks, Ellis and Associates, Knoebels Amusement Resort, Accesso, Santa's Village AZoosment Park, Museum of Science and Industry - Chicago, Valleyfair Amusement Park, Kongeparken, Garland Aquatics, Wet 'N' Wild -Splashtown, New England Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
As a trainer and facilitator, Matt has a developed a proven track record for being able to relate to any audience and give them solid tools they can use immediately. His engaging presentations not only captivate the learnerfs attention, but also encourage them to get involved and participate. In 2013, Matt released his first book, The Myth of Employee Burnout. In it, he describes his quest to find out why employees start off strong but eventually lose motivation. The book includes strategies for leaders o keep employees engaged and motivated throughout the entire gemployee lifecycle. www.performanceoptimist.com
Its a shame that we're all too familiar with this term, isn't it? It's a damn shame, but it's true. We've all been there and done that.
We're going to let you in on a secret - seemingly, a BIG secret! There are more signs to burnout than we recognize and there are ways to avoid it AND to handle it. The very LAST thing you need is a drug to take for it. Yikes! And you don't need to leave every situation that burns you out. There are things that you can do, all by yourself, to change back into your enthusiastic self and enjoy your life, your work, and anything else you once found fancinating, but now brings you nothing but dread.
Does this sound too good to be true? Well, it IS true! Listen in and learn how to keep yourself (and others) safe from the horrible fate of burnout!
Avoiding Caregiver Burnout week on Conversations In Care
Caregiving is a hard job. Physically demanding, mentally tasking, and emotionally draining.
Today host Tami Neumann tackles the subject of caregiver burnout and welcomes in conversation Dr. Nadine Kelly.
Dr. Kelly spent 17 years in a thriving practice but still felt that something was missing that she was not fulfilled. She decided to take the focus off disease and rather focus on health, wellness and prevention. That is when she decided to focus her attention on yoga full time.
Tami and Dr. Kelly will talk about wellness and how this mind body connection can help to avoid caregiver burnout.
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