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The Act of Receiving Help

There is a subtle opportunity when you are being offered help. Individually, this opportunity is often one that we resist due to our egos feeling stubborn or embarrassed. Or maybe
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Don’t be afraid to evolve

Through med school and my clinical career, some situations were easy. I just dropped into the joy of serving my patients. As a senior on one of the oncology teams,
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Catching Up Won’t Get You There

Catching up isn’t what you think it is. When it comes to time and our calendars, there is this idea of “catching up” that comes up frequently among people who
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Meditation – Day 1: Reaction

My mind seeks out understanding and wants to react. I started practicing silent meditation regularly a few months ago. By regularly I mean three or four days a week, for
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What Is Your Spark?

Over the past year, I’ve been personally exploring what it means to truly connect in my relationships, both personally and professionally. As a physician, I have been reflecting on my
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Prismatic & Pragmatic

I was seven or eight years old, sitting in my bedroom with an 1800-piece box of Knex®. The building set was a luxury at the time. I remember a daunting
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