Episode 18 - Journey to Entrepreneurship - Listening to Your Calling w/Dr. Anne Kennard

  This week next level physician entrepreneur and Dr. Anne Kennard and I took the conversation to another level as we conversed about her journey, speaking, and creating a career of her design. Highlights from the conversation: · You have to ask yourself "What do I really want?" · Working with a Physician Coach helped her get clarity · Her boo...
"If you have a passion and talent for something, and you are clearly good at it, then it should be considered as an option." by Dr. Maiysha Clairborne Physician Entrepreneurship Outside of the Box: Your "Side Gig" Doesn't Have to Be Medical. I'm often on Facebook perusing what my physician mom colleagues are doing outside of Medicine. I'm often ama...
"We have not been trained in anything other than being a clinician. The idea of having multiple sources of income, and furthermore being an entrepreneur is foreign." by Dr. Maiysha Clairborne The age of the life-long career physician has ended. While back in the day the "old school physicians" immersed themselves in their careers until retirem...
We are so immersed in this, "failure of performance" equals, "you are a failure," model that it causes us to be terrified of the possibility in general. by Dr. Maiysha Clairborne MD "Failure was not an option" is a phrase that I've heard so many times as entry point to conversations with the many burned out physician-moms and women in medicine I ha...
"Automation doesn't always look like what we think." by Dr. Maiysha Clairborne When you are first starting a business, there can be a lot of moving parts. This can be especially overwhelming as a physician entrepreneur who is still working full time or even part time. Not to mention if you are a physician mom entrepreneur who wears the extra hats o...
(That Have Made Me Successful Today) Eleven years ago, I jumped off a cliff and into the world of entrepreneurship.It was the scariest decision I made in my career (given that I had tried before and failed). It also ended up also being the most exhilarating growth inspiring decision I'd ever make in my career.Being a physician and thinking I could ...
 As physicians, we are conditioned to put ourselves last. This long-standing tendency likely began way before we hit medical school, but certainly, our training reinforces it. Think about it; the personality type that goes into medicine is typically a caretaker. And while medical school reinforces this personality pitfall, It doesn't end there; res...
I ​remember when I was single with no kids. I used to wonder how my fellow physician mom colleagues did it all. How did they wear as many hats as they did and get time for themselves, time for their families, and stay present through it all? It wasn't until I became a mom that I found the answer. Most physician moms just get it done because it has ...