Create an Unstoppable Life

The podcast for Smart Professionals who often get in their own way. Each episode explores how to get unstuck, move beyond over-working and over-thinking, and create more fulfillment personally and professionally.

Ep# 109 – Be More Clear and Focused Create an Unstoppable Life by Dena George, MD

In the past couple of episodes, I've discussed the ways our mind tricks us into thinking we're failures, or shows us that we have no reason for celebration. It’s easy for the high achiever to get stuck, ignore progress, and focus on what hasn’t been done.   Instead of celebrating only tangible results and major victories, we can learn to be proud of ourselves without doing anything more. Today I share three prompts that I use with my clients. . . to help them shift how they see themselves and measure their growth.  You can use these same prompts in the same way.  In fact, your responses to these prompts will both surprise you, and help you experience more freedom and fulfillment. Learn more about the Taos Adventure with Dr. Errin Weisman and me here –  Listen to ‘Dr. Dena George on Editing Your Story’ – episode 66 on Life Coaching for Women Physicians podcast by Dr. Ali Novitsky.  This is a sweet conversation on how to create a higher quality of life.   As a physician, you routinely check your patients' health. But when was the last time you checked the financial health of your practice? Request your free revenue cycle assessment and learn more from today's sponsor, CareCloud, at A proud member of Doctor Podcast Network.
  1. Ep# 109 – Be More Clear and Focused
  2. Ep# 108 – Failing on Every Front
  3. Ep #107 – What strength really means with Dr. Ali Novitsky
  4. Ep #106 – Overcoming the Fear of Being Seen
  5. Ep #105 – What Loneliness Can Teach Us
  6. Ep #104 – A Double Standard to Break Up With
  7. Ep #103 -Thinking Bigger – Your How To Guide
  8. Ep #102 – The Entrepreneurial Journey with Dr. Cobin Soelberg
  9. Ep #101 – Giving Up the Comfort of Worry
  10. Ep #100 – Celebrating with Dr. Errin Weisman