Dr. Brian Lima on the Habits of Career Success

Photo from Brianlimamd.com Most professionals face challenges in the attempt to reach their career goals. How you respond to these obstacles and the habits you practice determine whether or not you’ll succeed. In his new book, Heart to Beat, Dr. Brian Lima shares the lessons he learned as he built his own career, against the Read More …

Is “Burnout Hysteria” Perpetuating the Problem with Physicians?

Physician burnout is a huge topic right now. In both peer-reviewed literature and popular media, the subject has stormed our national consciousness, creating the perception that a burnout epidemic is threatening the very foundations of our healthcare system. But is that perception accurate? And is the uproar warranted? Yes and no, say Gary R. Simonds, Read More …

Book Review: What Game Are You Playing?

Work is a game and in order to achieve your end goal, one must know the secret: don’t follow the rules, create your own.  “From the moment we’re born, others’ expectations shape our behaviors, choices, and definitions of success,” says Robin Moriarty Ph.D., a personal development expert, global business executive, and professor. “Conditioning is a part of Read More …

The Most Important Thing To Do Before Starting Your Job Search

Simplificamos Su Trabajo via Compfight The first and most important thing you must do before your search is to get in the right state of mind. If you believe you can get a job, that belief will change the nature of your interactions. You will be infused with a level of confidence that will make Read More …

Signs the Job is Wrong for You

Staying at the wrong job for too long can have lasting consequences, including mental and physical health issues. A bad job can also negatively impact your personal life and career success. The problem most people have is differentiating between normal and unhealthy work issues. Being unhappy and stressed is so commonplace that we don’t know Read More …

Dealing with Academic and Career Disappointment

Failing a test, being turned down for a job, and being laid off are all very difficult experiences for most people. The poor self esteem, depression, and anxiety that result from these events can make it hard to perform your best in the future. You tried so hard and weren’t rewarded, so why keep trying? Read More …