Signs of Burnout and How to Recover (Ft. Sasha Shillcutt)
SHE with Jordan Lee Dooley
Have you ever been so burnt out from work (or life) that just trying to feel empathy or trying to engage with others seems like a tall order? Maybe you feel like you’re in a hamster wheel that’s got you feeling stuck and weary, and even unable to fully function. In today’s episode, Jordan chats with professor, CEO, author, and M.D., Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, about what burnout really looks like and what you can do to address it. Take a break (yes, really) and tune in to learn: What burnout really looks like The first steps to take if you’re experiencing burnout How to set boundaries in your work and personal life Strategies for how to talk to your boss about burnout How to delegate tasks that “only you can do” To learn more from Sasha Shillcutt, visit her at becomebraveenough.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Power of Mentorship and Female Role Models with Dr. Sasha Shillcutt
Sasha K. Shillcutt, MD, MS, FASE is a Tenured Professor and the Vice Chair of Strategy and Innovation in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). She is a mother of four, cardiac anesthesiologist, the CEO & Founder of Brave Enough, a well-published researcher in cardiac anesthesiology and gender equity, author, and international speaker. Her greatest passion is empowering and encouraging others to achieve wellbeing in their professional and personal lives. She speaks frequently to executives and leaders on the topics of professional resilience and gender equity. In this episode Dr. Shillcutt discusses the importance and power of female mentorship and role models as well as friendship. She gives valuable insight into physician advocacy and redefines female leadership in healthcare settings. She also discusses her book Between Grit and Grace and sends us off with valuable advice on leading authentically. You will not want to miss this engaging interview.
Joining me today is renowned cardiac anesthesiologist, gender-equity expert, and TedX Speaker Dr. Sasha Shillcutt. As if that’s not enough of a resume, Sasha is also the CEO of Brave Enough, where she leads over 20,000 women on living connected and courageous lives. Sasha spent 2020 coaching women through the unwanted but very real emotions of the global pandemic. Whether talking with physicians and teachers on the front line to executives and furloughed employees faced with losing their careers she has found the same common threads. During our conversation we talked about everything from motherhood to careers, and the fear of failure. Sasha opens up about one of the biggest failures of her life, and how it’s helped to shape who she is today. We also talk about her new book, Between Grit & Grace, and her podcast called Brave Enough. One more thing, If you haven’t already heard, The Enneagram & Clutter Course is available now. It’s a self-paced digital course connecting the dots between Enneagram Types and the different types of Clutter. For a limited time, I am offering a special promo for all of my TOL listeners: Enter promo code TOL30 at checkout to receive 30% off the course price. Special thanks to our sponsor for this episode: 1Thrive who are committed to making organizing simple, fun and stylish through their collection of command centers. Visit 1Thrive.com to find the system that works best for you. Make sure to use code SB10 to receive 10% off your entire order! xo - Laurie Connect with Sasha WEBSITE | INSTAGRAM Links Mentioned in this Episode BOOK: BETWEEN GRIT & GRACE | TEDX TALK Please support us! SUBSCRIBE to TOL to have new episodes downloaded each week! REVIEW. Social influence is the most impactful way to help others find our show! Struggling with Clutter? Click HERE to take our FREE clutter quiz! Stop feeling like a Hot Mess! Now is the time to reclaim time, find freedom, and feel empowered from the “stuff” that is holding you back. Available on amazon, barnes & noble or wherever books are sold. Connect with Me WEBSITE | FB | IG | PINTEREST
How to Stop Apologizing and Be Your True Authentic Self with Dr. Sasha Shillcutt
Overcome to Become
Calling all my women leaders--- leading in your homes, leading in your career, leading your business, leading yourself: you don't want to miss this episode! My guest, Dr. Sasha Shillcutt, shares her story of burnout, how she found community, and how she stopped apologizing and started being her authentic self. We also chat about: The space between grit and graceLoneliness in leadershipWhy community is so crucialHow women leaders can support one anotherHow we can overcome the societal expectations of women leadersYou will walk away with a fire in your belly and the reassurance you need to be the unapologetic leader you were always meant to be. About Dr. Sasha Shillcutt:Dr. Sasha Shillcutt is a renowned cardiac anesthesiologist, TedX Speaker, Author of Between Grit & Grace, and CEO of Brave Enough, where she leads over 13,000 female physicians on living connected and courageous lives. Connect with Sasha:Website//Instagram// Facebook//TwitterConnect with Latasha:Website// Instagram// Join the Community: We are Stronger TogetherMentioned in this episode:Dr. Shillcut's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Between-Grit-Grace-Feminine-Formidable/dp/0757323472
181 - Dr. Sasha Shillcutt "Between Grit and Grace"
Right-Side Up Leadership Podcast
On todays episode, Alan talks with medical doctor, mom of four and leader of the Brave Enough Community Sasha Shilcutt about her burnout story, resilience and the joys and challenges of leading as a female About Dr. Sasha Shillcutt Dr. Sasha Shillcutt. is a physician, gender equity researcher, speaker, author, wife, mom of four amazing kids, and Founder/CEO of Brave Enough. Through her book, talks, courses, membership site, and in-person events, she has inspired tens of thousands of women to believe in themselves and their innate value. She has taught women to take control of their time, and in doing so, take back control of their life. Having published over 50 peer-reviewed articles (including ones in JAMA & the NEJM), and as a TedX Speaker, her greatest passion is empowering and encouraging women to be #braveenough in their professional and personal lives. Leadership and lipstick are not mutually exclusive! Connect with Dr. Shillcutt Brave Enough Twitter Book Take your next right step Right Side Up Community Help scholarship at-risk leaders with coaching
“It’s not just one type of woman, it’s all women. - Dr. Sasha Shillcutt Today's episode we talked about Self Care, Career Pivoting, Friendships of Women, Gender Equity, Loneliness, and Strong Boundaries. Dr. Sasha Shillcutt is a renowned cardiac anesthesiologist, gender equity researcher, TedX Speaker, published author, podcast host and CEO of Brave Enough, where she leads over 20,000 women on living connected and courageous lives. Sasha K. Shillcutt, MD, MS, FASE is a Tenured Professor and the Vice Chair of Strategy and Innovation in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). Dr. Shillcutt is a well-published gender researcher, author, designer, international speaker, CEO and founder of Brave Enough, physician, wife and mother. In 2016, Dr. Shillcutt was awarded the national American Medical Associations Women Physician’s Inspiring Physician Award by her peers. Shillcutt leads communities totaling 20K of professional women online. She teaches professional women resilience, self-care and negotiation through her annual events, retreats and courses. She speaks frequently to executives and companies on the topics of professional burnout, resilience and gender equity. Her TEDx talk titled Resilience: The Art of Failing Forward has been viewed by thousands of people. Her writing has been published in both the New England Journal of Medicine and JAMA. Her best-selling book, Between Grit and Grace, and her podcast, The Brave Enough Show, elevate women to lead authentic and empowered lives. Resources: Facebook: Brave Enough Instagram: becomebraveenough Website: becomebraveenough.com
Dr. Sasha Shillcutt: Empowerment through the Enneagram (Type 8) [S04-029]
We often think of Enneagram Eights as powerful, charismatic, and natural leaders. They make great mentors with an uncanny ability to inspire and uplift people. Our guest today is a wonderful example of a healthy Eight leader who understands how to balance the power of her personality with self-restraint and vulnerability while motivating others. Dr. Sasha Shillcutt shares what drives her as an Eight, how she’s managed the past year of the pandemic, and why it’s important for her to empower other women to live life “brave enough.” In this episode, we hope you will discover: When and where to lean into the 7 wing or the 9 wing of an Enneagram Eight Enneagram Eight subtypes and how they show up differently in the world A few tips for mitigating the passion (lust) of the Eight ABOUT DR. SASHA SHILLCUTT Sasha K. Shillcutt, MD, MS, FASE is a renowned cardiac anesthesiologist, Tenured Professor and the Vice-Chair of Strategy and Innovation in the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC). Sasha is also a wife, mother, well-published gender-equity researcher, and Founder of Brave Enough, where she leads over 12,000 female physicians. She teaches professional women resilience, self-care, and negotiation through events, retreats, and courses. Sasha speaks frequently to executives and companies on the topics of professional burnout, resilience and gender equity and has a featured TEDX Talk on Resilience: The Art of Failing Forward. Her writing has been published in both the New England Journal of Medicine and JAMA. Her book, Between Grit and Grace, and podcast, The Brave Enough Show, elevate women to lead authentic and empowered lives.
#34: How I Became Brave Enough: My First Steps as an Entrepreneur feat. Sasha Shillcutt, MD, MS
The Passive Income MD Podcast
Dr. Sasha Shillcutt is the CEO & Founder of Brave Enough, a company that empowers and teaches professional women to lead. She is a well published researcher in cardiac anesthesiology and gender equity, author, and international speaker. In 2016, she was awarded the national American Medical Association's Women Physicians Inspiring Physician Award by her peers. Her greatest passion is teaching women how to invest in their own professional and personal development. She speaks frequently to executives and leaders on the topics of professional resilience and gender equity. Her TEDx talk titled Resilience: The Art of Failing Forward has been viewed by thousands of people. Her writing has been published in both the New England Journal of Medicine and JAMA. She leads conferences and retreats for professional women through her organization, Brave Enough. Her first book, Between Grit and Grace: The Art of Being Feminine and Formidable, was published February 2020. https://passiveincomemd.com/podcast34/
Before You Go Under w Anesthesiologist Sasha Shillcutt
SheSez with Linda Grasso
A must listen to anyone who is afraid to “go under.” Anesthesiologist Sasha Shillcutt shares what you can do to make sure your experience is as safe as possible, the different types of anesthesiology, what exactly happens when a patient is anesthetized and possible side effects. Plus, the story of how a few years back the physician hit a wall, feeling like—between work and motherhood—she’d lost her sense of self, realizing she didn’t have any friends. Sasha ultimately founded Brave Enough, an organization that provides a platform for women to connect. She is also the author of Between Grit and Grace, in which she shares the stories of 30 formidable women and how they found the confidence to be successful and leaders—but also retain their vulnerability and compassion.
#73: Between Grit and Grace with Dr. Sasha Shillcutt
Real Talk with Rachael Podcast
This week on Real Talk with Rachael, we’re talking with Dr. Sasha Shillcutt. She is the author of Between Grit and Grace: The Art of Being Feminine and Formidable, renowned Cardiac Anesthesiologist, TEDX speaker, and Founder of Brave Enough where she leads and encourages more than 10,000 female physicians. We’re talking about: We can be both grace-giving or gritty, depending on what the situation needs. Being inauthentic to yourself serves no one. 30 minutes a day alone can give you time to reset and evaluate where you’re at. At the busiest time of our life, we should have friends to help us make it through. Because of the pressure to be perfect, sometimes we’re too hard on ourselves and others. “We post and project perfection because it’s safe.” We need to ask ourselves what having it all means to us. Don’t forget to text the phrase “RealTalkGiveaway” to the number 44222 to be entered to win giveaways from show guests and sponsors! Connect with Sasha on her website, Instagram, or Twitter. Connect with Rachael on the website, Instagram or Facebook.