#1) Get better at saying “no” to more call/more duties/more meetings and not feel any guilt when saying “no”.
#2) Complete a 4-year longitudinal leadership course to create future non-clinical opportunities.
#3) Cease being afraid/too modest to describe my experience, background, and strengths.
#4) Focus on patient care, and try to ignore all other BS. If it’s not about patient care, I’m not spending time/energy on it.
#5) Seek out leadership opportunities.
#6) Champion development of a resident training program at my hospital.
#1) Finalize books #3 and #4 to wrap up the Hell’s Valley series.
#2) Complete and submit new romantic suspense two-book series.
#3) Present workshops at new and large conferences (without fear of being an imposter).
#4) >super secret writing goal that I want so much that it cannot be spoken aloud – I’ll let you know if it happens<
#5) Figure out what works in book marketing and apply it (this item might be more of a joke, because who knows what truly works?).
#6) Increase newsletter by 200 readers.
#1) Complete first 50K trail run.
#2) Take every last day of vacation allotment.
#3) Read 1 book for fun every week.
#4) They say authors shouldn’t be political, but enough is enough. Time to speak up for what’s right even more than before. Even if it costs me readers or friends.
#5) Avoid emotional leeches.
#6) Support other writers, medicine folks, and family members more.