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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.

Oct 21, 2021

A job that aligns with your integrity is just as important as a job that pays you what you’re worth, and makes you feel valued. What happens when you realize that your current job isn’t quite as aligned with you as you’d like? 

 

If participating in the culture of an organization compromises your integrity,...


Oct 14, 2021

If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that we can’t control what happens in our day jobs. 

 

Our leverage is only as strong as our next best alternative. Building options and creative escape hatches into our lives gives us more confidence, freedom and a cushion in case things go wrong. There are many ways to...


Oct 7, 2021

At the negotiating table, we aren’t just physicians - we also have to be entrepreneurs. Even with the most excellent care and clinical skills, we have to be able to articulate the value we provide to the employer. 

 

If you want to show up better, sway people to your opinion, and get paid what you’re worth...


Sep 30, 2021

In a successful negotiation, you need goodwill, relationships and positive bias working in your favor, but you can’t build those things overnight. 

 

They are the fruits of deliberate networking and relationship-building. 

 

We’re more likely to get great opportunities when we foster and strengthen connections with...


Sep 23, 2021

When you’re hunting for a job straight out of training you’re taught to be grateful for whatever opportunity is on the table, and sign on the dotted line, no questions asked. Why ruffle feathers when you’re lucky to be getting hired at all?

 

It’s a flawed mindset, but one that’s very common in medicine, and...