A Harvard-trained physician, clinical cardiologist, and certified mindfulness meditation teacher with 20 years of clinical experience, Dr. Jonathan Fisher survived burnout and rediscovered his joy at work the hard way. He is now committed to ending workplace burnout and optimizing peak performance in healthcare and the corporate world. His mission is to empower leaders and teams to experience more joy, meaning, and connection in their lives, and to reach their full potential.We have a terrific conversation centered around the body, what it means to hold in emotions and the toll it takes, as well as ways to center yourself and live a whole and integrated life.
2:37--The gift of burnout
7:30--Is the system broken? What's up with burnout, especially right now among clinicians?
13:12--Do we have reason for hope?
18:05--The idea that we don't completely know what's going on with all the stress going on in our bodies, but here's what we do know right now and how it works
26:33--Isolation is such a root cause of our collective and individual suffering, but what do we do about it?
31:32--Personal practices of Jonathan Fisher, who first says, 'Don't just do what I do, do what works for you'
34:04--Why Jonathan Fisher advises delving into positive psychology when it comes to deeply learning about ourselves, and he has an acronym from it: SPACE
39:22--How 360s can enhance awareness along the ideas that Dr. Fisher lays out with his SPACE acronym
41:37--From micro stresses to micro sancturaries
Find Jonathan and learn about his summit at: HappyheartmdandEndingphysicianburnout.com