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Happy physicians deliver better care and better outcomes. That’s why you can’t afford not to advocate for yourself.

Simply Worth It helps female physicians like you get the comp package you want, deliver great care, & stay in practice longer.

Hosted by Linda Street, board-certified Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist & life coach specializing in physician negotiations.

Nov 26, 2021

Change is a natural progression of our lives and careers - even as physicians. We won’t remain the same people we were when we started practicing medicine, and that’s a good thing! 

 

Shifting our jobs to something that aligns with who we truly are should be celebrated, and we should always be able to advocate for...


Nov 18, 2021

In the context of business, operating leverage dictates the health and value of a company. As physicians, we can use this concept to evaluate what we get out of our jobs, and make sure it’s giving us more than it takes from us. 

 

If our jobs deplete us so much that we end up running on empty, it’s time to dig into...


Nov 11, 2021

85 - 90% of adults function in emotional childhood. We outsource our happiness to others. We blame, rage, lash out and generally avoid taking full responsibility for how we think and feel. It’s what we’ve been taught our entire lives - but unfortunately what we’ve been taught significantly disempowers us.

 

The...


Nov 4, 2021

Our employers are not past trying to change the rules of our contracts out of nowhere. It can feel like the rug has been pulled out from under us, but there is an opportunity to advocate to keep things the same, and show how that can benefit them. 

 

How do you find a solution that meets their goals but honors your...


Oct 28, 2021

For many physicians, a flexible schedule beats a great salary as the most important piece of a negotiation. Whether you want a four-day work week, a compressed schedule or more flexibility, embracing alternative schedules is a critical cultural shift that needs to be prioritized in clinical medicine. 

 

There’s so...