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Physics yesterday – a physician coach declutters

We are moving – again.  As a friend pointed out, it gives us the opportunity to clear out more things that we no longer use. Our problem is that we are so emotionally tied to many of those outdated things … Continue reading

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The Magic of an Apology – a physician coach’s perspective

Yesterday, I cleared my calendar for the long-awaited delivery of a new dishwasher.  Arriving early so I wouldn’t miss the delivery hours, I imagined having a dishwasher that would work well, with a black face to match all the other … Continue reading

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Let’s talk friends, again: a physician coach’s RX for a happier life

Recently I wrote about Facebook friends and suggested that we each make some time to contact those people who are our real friends. This suggestion was based on data that shows that those with friends and support systems live longer and … Continue reading

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Be the Re-decider! A physician coach’s RX for a less stressful life

Many years ago our daughter signed up for a summer program, excited about the experience she anticipated she would have. What she encountered was quite different, and she instantly knew the program was not right for her. Although she was … Continue reading

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Facebook friends: a physician coach’s RX for a happier life

Several years ago, I was involved in a program with participants located around the globe. Wanting to create opportunities for connection, the group decided to form a Facebook page – a private web page on which only we could place … Continue reading

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Aim in front of the ball – a physician coach’s perspective

On a recent trip to Newport RI, we took a golf lesson.  I admire instructors who are able to observe a student and understand exactly what needs to change.  It’s usually a very small aspect of what we’re doing, but they pick … Continue reading

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Dodging those Queen or King Bees – a physician coach’s recommendation

While the Queen Bee Syndrome is usually used to describe a woman in power who limits opportunities for other women (the book by that name was the foundation for the movie, Mean Girls), Bernice Sandler, considered to be the “Godmother … Continue reading

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