© 2022 Burnout: What I Have Learned So Far with Meg Leddy
Burnout: What I Have Learned So Far with Meg Leddy
5 out of 5 stars
Based on 6 reviews
5 out of 5 stars
Feel better TODAY!
After one episode I felt better. I wish I had had this information sooner! This information is for EVERYONE to combat feelings of burnout, hopelessness and loss of control. Thank you Meg!
markymark & his cool bunch
5 out of 5 stars
Refreshing and Real
Meg’s podcast is so refreshing because she is REAL about her struggles, but offers some very simple steps to work through stress and burnout. It’s not simply another podcast forcing mindfulness! Yet the more you listen the more you believe that mindfulness isn’t as hard as you think. As an ER Physician Assistant I found this so helpful. It’s my new morning commute podcast. Thanks Meg😎
5 out of 5 stars
the medicine we ALL need
Meg Leddy is amazing. This podcast has given me validation, freedom and SO many wonderful tips to fill my cup back up. Highly recommend to anyone who is feeling the burn(out)!!! Thanks for this wonderful podcast, Meg!
5 out of 5 stars
Exactly what I needed
Thank you. I am only one episode in and already feeling so heard and refreshed. I will look forward to this on my daily commute.
5 out of 5 stars
Meg has been there in the burnout stages and has practical tips to help you pull yourself back on track. I learn something new every time that I listen!!
5 out of 5 stars
Burnout No More!
As a PA who has walked through burnout and is still fighting to establish a life of joy and peace and balance - YES - this show is just what I need to hear. I love how relatable the stories are and how tangible the tips are. Great job, Meg!
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- © 2022 Burnout: What I Have Learned So Far with Meg Leddy
- How entrepreneurship may be a way out of burnoutAsmita is a professional coach who helps women entrepreneurs co-create businesses that are centered around their lives and not the other way around. We discuss how she created a business where she has clients that she loves and also allows her ample family time and income. She is exquisite. If you are thinking about entrepreneurship, this is the podcast for you! You can find her on Instagram here.0 comments0
- Is blending in holding you back?For years, I just wanted to blend in. It wasn't until a book asked me what brought me joy, that I looked at my life, and had NO IDEA. I had been a chameleon for so long, I didn't know who I was. I am starting slowly with tangible things. Is being a chameleon holding you back?0 comments0
- Interview with Dr. Tom WarrenDr. Tom Warren is a general surgeon who moved into vascular surgery and then made a big change by transitioning into psychiatry. He is one of the founders of Warren Wellness MD, a MD and PA-run organization providing fun, family-friendly nature/outdoor-based CME retreats for medical professionals wanting to escape the daily grind. We are collaborating for the North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants Wellness Workshop on October 8th and really enjoyed our conversation together discussing meditation, scarcity and abundance, and the growth that we have had by working on ourselves. See what CME conferences are coming up by Warren Wellness MD here. Register for the NCAPA Wellness Workshop here.0 comments0
- New York Times Best Selling Author Patricia ChrisafulliHow is it possible that doing MORE could help burnout?! At a point in her life where she was incredibly busy (and burned out), Patricia listened to the place in side of her that had always wanted to write fiction. Listen to her amazing story and wisdom that she shares on this podcast. Her new book The Secrets of Ohnita Harbor is out September 6th! Buy your copy here. Subscribe to her literary e-magazine here.0 comments0
- Bonus Episode - Interview with Warren Wellness PA Rebekah MillsI had the pleasure of connecting with Rebekah through the North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants when we reached out to Warren Wellness MD to help run a Wellness Workshop for PAs in North Carolina. She had struggled working in hospital medicine during the COVID pandemic, but out of that experience came Warren Wellness MD. Dr. Thomas Warren and Rebekah teamed up to start offering wellness CME retreats that are family friendly and get participants out into nature. She has an amazing tip for listeners that I have found very helpful. Check out Warren Wellness MD Register for the NCAPA Wellness Workshop0 comments0
- Her lowest point led her to her best life - An interview with Tammie Chang, MDOnce again, I am astounded at how the culture of medicine can drive us to the brink. Tammie gets real on this podcast about her struggles and how she came back to medicine with a different approach and is now helping others do the same. I have so much love for Tammie. Join me in listening to her story. Here is how to connect with Tammie: Websites: Tammie Chang, MD Pink Coat MD Books: Boundaries for Women Physicians How to Thrive as a Woman Physician Instagram: Tammie Chang MD0 comments0
- Back to the MomentI have practiced this tip for years, but recently I have needed it more than ever. How is it possible for me to have better energy and feel happier, when my circumstances may be considered worst than they were a few weeks ago? This practice has been my saving grace. Take a listen to see what has helped me.0 comments0
- Is it me or my environment?In this episode, I go into two insights that I learned this week. One is personal and the other is about six areas of the environment we work in that our organizations can focus on to help us. There is also a little bonus at the end to make you laugh. Make sure you listen to the whole way!0 comments0
- Interview with Author Laura GallowayLaura Galloway had it all in New York City. A fabulous job, husband, and apartment until everything started to unravel into burnout. By a series of pokes from the universe, she found herself in a small reindeer herding village in Northern Norway. She stayed for 6 years as she healed from not only burnout, but the wounds on her soul that led to the burnout in the first place. I love her story and her strength. You can find Laura at: Her website: authorlauragalloway.com On Instagram: authorlauragalloway Get her book on Audible here Get her book on Amazon here0 comments0
- Taking control of your finances to help with BurnoutIn this episode, I interview Kat who started PA the FI (financial independence) Way. We have a great conversation surrounding finances and how good choices can help you have WAY more freedom surrounding work and helping with burnout. You can find Kat on many platforms: Website: PAtheFIWay.com Podcast: PAtheFIWay Instagram: PAtheFIWay Facebook: PAtheFIWay Email: email@example.com comments0
- Three Areas of Support that are Important to your WellbeingWhat does having support mean to you? Do you feel like you are well supported? I never did until I really started focusing energy on what was already all around me. Listen until the end about emotional support. It is stunning the affect social support has on your physical body! 🤯0 comments0
- Parenting is HARDI will hav you laughing out loud in this episode about losing my temper on my kids. I have come a LONG way from my early years of parenting, but I still have my moments and one of them happened this week. In this episode I recount how I lost my mind a bit with my kids and then how I recovered and mended our relationship.0 comments0
- Interview with Rebel Queen Sophia LePageHow does ignoring your feminine energy contribute to burnout and cause physical symptoms?! Take a listen to Sophia who is a Feminine Embodiment and Leadership Coach who has learned to listen to her feminine energy to guide her in life and business. Empower your energy to help with intuition, decreased physical symptoms, and increased energy. You can find Sophia here.0 comments0
- Healing TraumaIn this episode, I briefly dive onto trauma and how listening and believing someone's story and experience is a first step toward healing. A great book that I am reading about this and a link to resources below: Happy Days by Gabby Bernstein Resources for Trauma: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK207198/0 comments0
- Interview with Rosie AcostaRosie Acosta is a world-renowned yoga and meditation teacher who has taught olympic athletes, NFL Champions, NBA stars, and veterans of war. We sit down to discuss her new book You are Radically Loved: A Healing Journey to Self-Love and connect over our spiritual journeys. She is a beautiful human who exudes grace, has a smile that warms your heart, and a deep curiosity that comes through in this interview. Connect with Rosie at her website and listen to her podcast. Website: radicallyloved.com Podcast: The Radically Loved Podcast0 comments0
- The Anxiety SistersTHESE ARE MY PEOPLE! Tune in to meet and listen to these two, brave and genuine women who have found a way to live fulfilling and meaningful lives WITH their anxiety. They have taken their experience of feeling like they were the only ones that could possibly be suffering with debilitating symptoms, to share and create a community of over 200,000 supportive anxiety sufferers. Anxiety can be a lonely place, but it doesn't have to be. Here is how to connect with the Anxiety Sisters: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/anxietysisters/ Website: www.anxietysisters.com0 comments0
- Saving myself and inviting imaginationMy plans for this podcast took a turn about an hour before recording that shook my core. I am now very clear on why I do this (and the answer may surprise you). I also discuss exercises that help you flex your imagination. Here are links to the books that I discuss in the podcast: Finding Your Own North Star by Martha Beck Big Magic - Creating Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert0 comments0
- Toxic Work CultureIn this episode, I discuss the top five contributors to a toxic work culture which comes from an MIT Sloan Management Review article on the great resignation. This was brought to my attention through a recent Brene Brown Parcast on Spotify. Both are linked below: Dare to Lead with Brene Brown - How Toxic Work Cultures are Driving the Great Resignation MIT Sloan Management Article - Toxic Culture is Driven the Great Resignation0 comments0