Habits, Time Management, and Boundary Setting for Unlocking Sustainable Medicine
Welcome back to the Sustainable Clinical Medicine Podcast!
In this thought-provoking episode, Dr. Kristi Angevine joins the discussion as they explore the impact of personal traits on work performance and delve into the challenges faced in clinical medicine.
Dr. Angevine candidly shares her experiences with work pressures, time management, and the toll it takes on personal well-being and family life.
The conversation also touches on the importance of addressing habits of thinking and beliefs, coaching as a support system, and the potential for change amid the demands of medical practice.
Dr. Smith and Dr. Angevine offer valuable insights and practical advice for healthcare professionals striving for sustainable, fulfilling careers.
Here are 3 key takeaways from this episode:
1️⃣ Understanding the Impact of Work Stress: Dr. Angevine shares her personal experiences, highlighting the overwhelming nature of work pressures and the subsequent impact on family interactions. This sheds light on the personal consequences of work stress and the need for improved time management and boundaries.
2️⃣ Addressing Habits and Beliefs: Both doctors discuss the significance of addressing habits of thinking, such as overthinking, overworking, and perfectionism, as part of making positive changes. Dr. Angevine also discusses the space of coaching as a supportive environment for overcoming habits that may be stigmatized or difficult to address.
3️⃣ Finding Sustainable Solutions: Dr. Angevine's journey from clinical practice to coaching and the tools she has utilized to find balance and efficiency in patient care demonstrate the potential for sustainable solutions amidst the challenges of the medical field.
Dr. Kristi Angevine Bio
Kristi Angevine, MD, FACOG is a board-certified Ob/Gyn and master certified life coach. She specializes in helping high achievers change unhelpful habits into intentional ones. Whether it’s perfectionism, overthinking, people pleasing, a harsh inner critic, excess scrolling, overeating/overdrinking, mindless shopping, or simply feeling chronically preoccupied with a running mental to do list, she helps them unpack the root causes of their habits.
She has a natural warmth that helps all of her clients feel at ease and have fun while they work on mindset. In addition to master coach certification through The Life Coach School, she is also Internal Family Systems-informed and an Advanced Certified Deep Dive Coach. Her Advanced Feminist Coaching is underway.
🎧 So grab your headphones and get ready for Episode 47, where you can hear our full conversation. And make sure to check out Dr. Kristi Angevine podcast "Habits on Purpose" and her website for more valuable insights.
Learn more about Dr. Angevine here: https://habitsonpurpose.com/
Listen to her podcast "Habits on Purpose" here: https://habitsonpurpose.com/podcast/
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