Leading the Rounds

Inside-Out Leadership: How Less May Be More

July 20, 2020 Caleb Sokolowski & Peter Dimitrion Season 1 Episode 7
Leading the Rounds
Inside-Out Leadership: How Less May Be More
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Leading the Rounds
Inside-Out Leadership: How Less May Be More
Jul 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7
Caleb Sokolowski & Peter Dimitrion

As medical students and physicians, we are constantly pushed to take on more responsibilities, add more things to our CV, do more research, and see more patients. While this constant pressure to add additional responsibilities to our lives may seem like the road to success, the disciplined pursuit of less can actually allow us to make a more substantial impact and lead fulfilled lives. In this episode, we take a look at Greg Mckeown's book Essentialism, take a dive into the culture of “more” in medical training, and work to convince you that the disciplined pursuit of less may actually allow you to contribute more in your medical training and practice.

If you want more information about us or our podcast, visit leadingtherounds.com

Show Notes

As medical students and physicians, we are constantly pushed to take on more responsibilities, add more things to our CV, do more research, and see more patients. While this constant pressure to add additional responsibilities to our lives may seem like the road to success, the disciplined pursuit of less can actually allow us to make a more substantial impact and lead fulfilled lives. In this episode, we take a look at Greg Mckeown's book Essentialism, take a dive into the culture of “more” in medical training, and work to convince you that the disciplined pursuit of less may actually allow you to contribute more in your medical training and practice.

If you want more information about us or our podcast, visit leadingtherounds.com