The Brave Enough Show Episode 7

In Episode 7, your host, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, shares her burnout prevention secret: a personal space of retreat. She invites you to build your own space for self-work and gives practical advice on how every woman can create her own retreat, and deserves to live recharged & powerful. 

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The Brave Enough Show Episode 6

In Episode 6, your host, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, leads you toward what she calls your true goals: the ones that you were made for, and set your soul on fire. Sasha invites you to dive into the reason you are going the direction you are, and how to make the right turns & pivots to head in the direction you were meant for.

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Saying Goodbye

There are moments as an anesthesiologist you can’t erase.  No matter how long you go home and sleep, or how many days pass, you won’t forget it. All of these moments involve saying goodbye; while the scenarios change, the message is the same. 

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The Brave Enough Show Episode 4

In Episode 4, your host, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, gets into the uncomfortable truth that we must say no to others to say yes to our own health and wellbeing. She dives into the reality of saying no and gives you tips on how to say no with grace and grit.

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The Brave Enough Show Episode 2

In Episode 2, Your host, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, shares her own story of burnout, and how to recognize and recover from what she calls the tipping point…you know… that point where you are about to lose it…but you don’t have the energy to? 

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Pulling Weeds

Sometimes we let ‘weeds’ - very small but negative distractions, creep up and take a strong hold and become intertwined in our lives. The weeds that are obvious – different color, textures, ugly, we pull immediately when they are small. The weeds that say: I don’t belong here – those are easy to pull.

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My Battle: Frozen Car Disease

If anyone has similar experiences while pulling into your garage, please let me know. I am interested in studying this unknown disease and figuring out ways to combat it. Surely, somewhere, there is someone who pulls in, jumps out of his or her car with total glee, walks in and says “Honey! I’m home!”

Right?

For the rest of us, there is hope. It’s called retirement. And graduation. In the meantime, I’ve stashed dark chocolate almonds in the console of my car.

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My Top 10 Tips for the Young Physician

How do I balance my home life with physician life?

I really want to do a research study. How do I start?

These are a few of the questions I am often asked by junior physicians, or even peer physicians. I thought I’d share with you some the top 10 pearls I share with others, as you may find something helpful.

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