Dr Sarah Coope joins me to talk about the workload of medical professionals and the benefits of setting boundaries while dealing with criticisms amidst the global pandemic. We discuss the three elements of the Drama Triangle and ways to navigate or avoid them reliably. As we dive deeper into their conversation, we emphasise the art of saying 'No' through acknowledging our limits.
If you want to take the first step in recognising your limits, handling criticism better and setting proper boundaries, tune in to this episode.
[04:43] The Overarching Challenges Brought by the Pandemic
[06:46] Most Impactful Messages from the Podcast Amidst COVID
[09:55] Criticism and Over-responsibility
[13:03] Setting Boundaries around Responsibilities
[17:23] Should-ing and Ought-ing
[20:26] Hippocratic Oath Shaming
[22:29] Our Core Self-Beliefs
[25:29] Being in the Victim Mode
[27:08] On the Dangers of Resilience
[28:21] Getting Out of the Victim Mentality
[31:00] On Self-Sabotage
[33:23] Tips on Saying ‘No’
[37:09] Say ‘No’ to the Task, Not the Person
[38:19] What Leaders Could Have Done Differently
[42:38] Having a Sense of Pace and Balance
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