Seven Ways to Boost Your Joy Level

A common thread most of my coaching clients experience is a lack of joy in their life, which is often attributed to a bad working environment: Too much call, too many hours at work, not enough pay, long days, not enough vacation, and too much busy work. But is that a fair assessment? Is it … Read more

Fawcett’s Favorites 11-8-21

(Don’t miss your chance to sign up for the upcoming Marriage and Money MD Conference November 15-17.  Attendance is free, but registration is required. There will be 20 CME credits available. You don’t want to miss my two discussions: Your Spouse is Your Greatest Financial Asset, and Divorce Proofing Your Marriage. The second lecture will be accessible … Read more

Ten Ways to Regain the Joy in Medicine

(If you are currently in the midst of a financial crisis, you will want to get a copy of my next book, The Doctors Guide to Navigating a Financial Crisis, coming June 16th. Pre-order the book here.) Many physicians have lost their joy in practicing medicine. Many factors work together to create joy in your … Read more

Finally Reaching the Top

How often do we face a physical or mental feat that we’ve always wanted to do, but never seemed to be able to complete successfully? I had a physical feat that I wanted to do my entire life, and this year, at age 56, I finally succeeded. I can still picture my junior high gym … Read more

Even a Busy Doctor Needs Exercise

One of the early items sacrificed by the time-crunched doctor is exercise. You must purposely put this in your schedule or it will not happen. You are forever suggesting your patients get more exercise, but do you do it yourself? Practice what you preach. Exercise is an important part of your well-being. It gives you … Read more