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The podcast for GPs, hospital doctors and other professionals in high-stakes, high-stress jobs who want to thrive rather than just survive. You studied for years, you're really good at what you do but you've noticed that you're starting to feel overwhelmed, overworked and under-resourced. You may be comparing yourself to a frog in boiling water - the heat has built up so slowly that you haven’t noticed the extra-long days becoming the norm. You may feel on the edge and trapped in the very jo ...
 
Hello, my name is Guillaume Hullin. I’m French and love to go outdoors… hence the title of my podcast: A Frog in the Woods. I decided to create a podcast where I would freely talk about outdoors and my viewpoints on different related subjects. I want also to use this platform to interview interesting people who I meet out in the wild who has interesting stories to tell.
 
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Are you feeling frustrated, resentful or fed up with work - but not sure if you want to break up with your career entirely? In this replay, Dr Pauline Morris shares how to cultivate a healthier relationship with your work, starting by understanding what you really want and need from your work. Episode 91 Podcast links Sign up for the FREE Summer Ho…
 
In the second of our Summer replays, join Corrina Gordon-Barnes to learn how to make better decisions by taking a different perspective; the key to creating more fulfilling relationships; and how to stay in your “Zone of Power” when it comes to the big decisions in life. Episode 89 Podcast links Sign up for the FREE Summer Holiday Working Survival …
 
We’re kicking off our summer replay series with Dr Richard Pile, and his take on how to reconnect with your meaning and purpose in life. In this conversation, he shares why finding fulfillment can play a critical part in your well-being - and shares a brilliant framework to help you work out your own purpose. Episode 94 Podcast links Sign up for th…
 
We all know the overwhelm that comes from working in healthcare. But we often overlook the toxic combination that is stress and boredom. This happens when we choose to play it safe and instead ditch things that challenge us. Growth and development are keys to a thriving and well-lived life. When we enable ourselves to learn and grow, only then can …
 
Healthcare professionals and people in demanding careers often accept stress as a way of life. However, unchecked stress will someday lead to burnout and create more problems for everyone involved. Our bold solution to this relentless problem is to start becoming obsessed with relaxation! We all know we need to calm down and relax, but how many of …
 
Have you seen stuff at work that has affected you deeply? Do you sometimes wonder if keeping calm and carrying on as usual is possibly not the best thing to do? Working on the frontline comes at the expense of many things, physically, mentally, and emotionally. However, this should not be the case. We need to take time and be kind to ourselves in t…
 
While taking time away from work, you may realize that your career path is not what you wanted it to be. You might find that many things need to change in order for you to pursue your ideal life. Fortunately, returning to work can be your opportunity to make changes in your life. Have the intention to take the steps to avoid burnout and live out yo…
 
When major issues occur in your life, it’s often necessary to take a break and deal with them, and of course there’s also the other reasons we take significant time off work - maternity or parental leave, taking a sabbatical or taking a career break. Whatever the reason for being off work, being off for a prolonged period can lead to a loss of conf…
 
Many of us spend most of our days within the four walls of our home and workplace. With everything we have to do, it seems challenging to set aside a few minutes out of our indoor spaces. But when you find the time to connect with nature, you might discover new perspectives and insights into your life. Henri Stevenson joins us to talk about the way…
 
Saggy Froggy welcomes you to her podcast. Topics included are; Sustainable fashion and invisible mending Hemp Yarn Casting on and off trouble shooting Drop Dusky Rose sweater https://www.garnstudio.com/pattern.php?id=10780&cid=19 A Q & A section Book review - Mittens from Norway: Over 40 Traditional Knitting Patterns Inspired by Norwegian Folk-Art …
 
In this episode of You Are Not a Frog, Annie Hanekom guides you through how to say no and deal with the inevitable pushback. She shares the importance of language — are you using pain language or power language? We’ll also be discussing how to employ power language to set boundaries and how to use your values to get over the pain of saying no. If y…
 
Saggy Froggy welcomes you to her podcast. Topics included are; Worldwide Knitting In Public Day Knitting and well-being Wave At The Rainbow Cowl - https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wave-at-the-rainbow A question about knitting tension Common kitting mistakes The Creative Show - https://www.thenec.co.uk/whats-on/the-creative-craft-show-june/ …
 
Saggy Froggy welcomes you to her podcast. Topics included are; The Wool Monty 2022 - https://thewoolmonty.co.uk/ Twiddlers - https://www.inspireculture.org.uk/arts-culture/community/knit-crochet-craft-in-libraries/twiddlers/ The Womens Institue - www.thewii.org.uk or follow #Whereswinnie Book reviews: Cat Knits, 16 Pawsome knitting patterns for yar…
 
Change can definitely be scary. However, it doesn’t always have to be a difficult and terrifying experience. Dr Claire Kaye is back on the podcast to talk about change. Whether you dislike change or thrive on it, her insights and enlightening tips will help you make the most of the changes in your life. Are you undergoing a difficult change right n…
 
Saggy Froggy welcomes you to her new podcast. Discussing Andrea Mowry's Nighshift Shawl pattern and Pom Pom Quarterly Magazine's Flotti Cardigan. Topics included in the question and answer section are; How to address twisted stitches and knit a gauge swatch. Connect with Saggy Froggy via both Instagram @saggyfroggy or via e-mail saggyfroggy@yahoo.c…
 
Do you truly know what it means to live a life without regrets? Too often, we get stuck chasing dreams that aren't even our own or don't take action to improve our lives because we're hoping for something better. If you only had a year left to live, would you really be spending it at the office? Georgina Scull joins us in this episode to talk about…
 
Joining us to talk about finding happiness in your workplace is Sarah Metcalfe. The founder of Happiness Coffee Consulting shares the importance of being happy at work to reduce workplace stress and perform better. She gives her top tips on simple things you can do to pursue happiness and share it with others. In a high-stress job like medicine, ch…
 
In this episode, Corrina Gordon-Barnes joins us to discuss the common struggles of working parents and the things we need to unlearn. She shares how to take radical responsibility as a parent and delegate responsibilities from housework to emotional load. We also teach you how to stay in your zone of genius and accept help when you need it. It’s ti…
 
Are you sick of spending all day in front of your screen? While it is convenient to conduct online meetings, it can also feel tiring not meeting people face to face. But love them or hate them, online meetings are here to stay. We need to find ways to make them work. John Monks joins us to discuss designing better online meetings and interactions. …
 
What do you tend to do when you're feeling overwhelmed by negative thoughts or stress? Most of us want to "fix" negative emotions – but this approach usually makes it worse! Dealing with negative emotions isn't always about fixing them; sometimes, acknowledging and recognising them is enough. Handling your mental health matters isn't always a long,…
 
Every workplace has a hierarchy. Whether you are a trainee, a colleague, or a boss (or all three!), the hierarchy can influence everything from everyday working practices to relational dynamics. However, sometimes, it can feel much harder communicating upwards than down. Factors like fear and under-confidence can lead you to speak up less and be mo…
 
Some problems are a breeze to solve, but others can leave you dithering for ages. Ignore them for too long, and they’ll catch up, but face them without planning, and you won’t progress. However, what you may not realise is that can find the solution within yourself. In this episode, Rachel talks with Claire Kaye about self-coaching. They explore th…
 
This week, Steve Pratt joins us to discover the benefits of mindfulness. We talk about how mindfulness is used to be able to live happier and less anxious. We also teach you how you can develop mindfulness practices and incorporate them into your life. Resources Sign up for the Resilient Team Academy to join a supportive and thriving community of l…
 
Do you ever find yourself questioning whether you’re on the right path? Or maybe you’re struggling to find meaning in what you do? So many of us feel like we are stuck in a neverending climb in our careers. Whenever you get to a point like this, it may be time to re-assess and reprioritise your life. When faced with unwanted events, go back to your…
 
Doctors and healthcare professionals are so busy that they would rather do other things than spend hours working on their appraisals. However, appraisals are a vital part of your medical career. This process allows you to reflect on your past experiences and figure out how to move forward. Dr Susi Caesar joins us to talk about how you can elevate a…
 
Dr Ed Pooley joins us in this episode to discuss what we should do when we see inappropriate behaviour like badmouthing. He shares how we can manage difficult conversations with the intent of helping others. We also discuss the importance of recognising triggers through the SCARF model. Resources Get in touch and book a slot with us for live progra…
 
Everyone’s experienced self-doubt at some point. However, downplaying our accomplishments and skills might lead to negative self-talk. That's not to say questioning yourself is completely bad — sometimes it can spur you to improve! Resources Sign up for the Resilient Team Academy to join a supportive and thriving community of leaders. Listen to Epi…
 
Do you find yourself stuck in a pattern of aggressive conversations in certain situations? Do you ever wonder why those conversations trigger you? It can be hard to understand what's happening when we're feeling in what he calls a ‘red state’. Identifying the feeling is the first step in mindfulness practice; we need to recognise our red emotional …
 
Dr Karen Forshaw and Chrissie Mowbray join us to discuss how our core beliefs shape the way we respond to situations. When taken too far, empathy and helping people can be a big cause of stress. In addition, we also talk about we can learn to reframe and reassess their core beliefs. If you want to know how to help people without absorbing their emo…
 
When was the last time you had fun at work? Dr Kathryn Owler joins us in this episode to discuss the importance of having a fun mindset at work. She shares her fascinating research on the characteristics and traits of people who enjoy their current jobs. We dissect the common themes these people have in finding success in their careers. If you want…
 
Dr Ed Pooley and Dr Hussain Gandhi join us to discuss critical management skills they wish they had learned at med school. We also talked about how you can develop these practices now. Resources Eisenhower Matrix and Ike App Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt Dr Ed Pooley’s Ten Minute Medicine website, Facebook and FB Group Dr Hussain Gandhi’s Linkedin…
 
We all have our own take on what success looks like. Throughout our careers, we’ve conditioned ourselves to work extra hard to get to where we want to be, but many professionals who have reached high levels of success seem to be unhappy. Is this really what success looks like? There is no one definition for success. We’re all different — from our t…
 
In this episode of YANAF, we’re talking about worry and anxiety, particularly rational worry and anxiety. You know the phrases, don’t worry, it’ll probably never happen, or ‘It’s not like anyone’s going to die!’ – well what do we do when bad things may well happen, or people’s lives and livelihoods are genuinely at risk? How do we stop ourselves fr…
 
In this episode, Dr Giles P. Croft joins us to discuss how stress starts with our thoughts and emotions. He talks about how the mind works and its tendency to create narratives and predictions that stress us out. We also delve into the importance of allowing ourselves to calm down and letting go of the things we can’t control. Episode Highlights [0…
 
Holidays and celebrations often come with their own set of obstacles and difficulties. Our idea of a perfect holiday never happens because our own assumptions and unrealistic expectations get in the way and lead to an environment filled with conflict. In this special Christmas episode, Corrina Gordon-Barnes shows us the groundwork for setting a pea…
 
We’ve got a lot to handle in the medical field — irate patients, pressure to succeed, and who knows what else? But sometimes, the problem is the system itself. We can’t allow ourselves to grow comfortable in a toxic environment. Look around and see where you can create a change for the better. In this episode, Dr Abdullah Albeyatti talks about impr…
 
Drs Claire Edwin, Sally Ross, and Taj Hassan join us to discuss how we can manage and deal with our failures more effectively. We explore the idea that rather than doing something wrong, failure is an opportunity to really grow and learn both as individuals, as leaders and as organisations. In any situation, it’s important to remember that we’re al…
 
Sheela Hobden joins us to discuss how we can harness the power of checklists to create a routine! When people fail to reach their goals, they often just stop trying or feel a lot of shame. Be realistic and learn to encourage yourself by taking on a range of targets instead of one. Sheela also recommends creating identity-based goals to ensure that …
 
Dr Nik Kendrew unravels why we experience overwhelming guilt when bad things happen to us. He also shares some tips, techniques, and resources to cope with difficult times and circumstances. Apart from this, Nik talks about the significance of scheduling our entire day to do important things. Finally, he discusses why setting boundaries is necessar…
 
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' t…
 
Dr Naren Senthil Nathan joins us to talk about what makes it hard for people to talk about their feelings. He shares that the first step is acknowledging your problems and knowing that there is nothing wrong with seeking help. If you know people who are struggling, remember that they need to feel comfortable with talking about their struggles first…
 
Dr Joanna Bircher talks about essential leadership skills and the impact of our personalities, motivations, and strengths on our teams. She explains why you need to act like a leader even if you think you are not one, and gives brilliant advice on becoming more self-aware. Episode Highlights [05:54] You Are a Leader, Even if You Don’t Think You Are…
 
The Muppets are kind of back and so are we! We walk through the Disney+ Halloween special, which features Gonzo and Pepe traversing through an homage to Disney World’s Haunted Mansion ride. Join us to hear about the good (lots of music!), the bad (not a lot of plot), and the weird (goats?) Quinn Rose and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Muppets…
 
In this episode, we hear from the expert in conflict management and mediation, Jane Gunn. She discusses important tips to keep in mind in order to host great meetings. Jane also shares some practical conflict management tips and how to make decisions that you and your team agree on. Episode Highlights [04:14] Why You Avoid Conflict You may be afrai…
 
Annie Hanekom joins us to share the three important conversations you need to have — with yourself and with others — to help you get unstuck. We discuss the importance of having meaningful conversations and the weight it carries on your mindset and wellbeing. Episode Highlights [03:23] The Importance of Meaningful Conversations The conversation is …
 
Dr Richard Pile and Rachel do a deep dive into what it means to have a meaningful, purpose-driven life. We also explore the concept of ikigai and how you can use this to determine your purpose, so that you can enjoy your work more and ultimately unlock your potential to live life to its fullest. Episode Highlights [05:51] Is Purpose a Given for Doc…
 
Anna Dearmon Kornick teaches us strategies for managing time and determining when to delegate. She also explains why time management is heart management. When you get clear on your vision, goals, and values, you can do more of what matters to you. Episode Highlights [08:48] How to Have More Control in Your Day Mentally walking through your day allo…
 
In this episode, Dr Caraline Wright and Dr Lizzie Sweeting discuss the second victim phenomenon. They explain why patient safety incidents are occupational hazards and how they can affect healthcare providers. Finally, they share tips on how to avoid second victimhood and how to provide support. Episode Highlights [04:31] What is a Second Victim? A…
 
In this episode, Dr Pauline Morris shares common pitfalls that create unsustainable work habits. She also explains why staying in your comfort zone can be detrimental to your performance. Finally, we learn about self-care. Episode Highlights [02:55] Top Career Concerns From Doctors Many doctors think that they aren't in a work environment conducive…
 
This week, Dr Edward Pooley teaches us how to respond when colleagues make inappropriate comments about others. He gives us concrete steps to prepare ourselves to speak up when the situation requires. Episode Highlights [05:05] Finding Yourself in an Uncomfortable Conversation These conversations usually fall under three categories. The first two a…
 
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