Are you looking for something different to do with your medical knowledge?
This year on October 22&23 I will have the privilege of being a mentor at the SEAK Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians Conference in Chicago. This is the meeting that sparked the interest in starting my business “Prescription for Financial Success” to help improve the financial and personal lives of doctors all across the nation. It also led to my writing the series of books guiding doctors through this realm. The first book, “The Doctors Guide to Starting Your Practice Right” was released in May and the second book, “The Doctors Guide to Eliminating Debt” is due out in October. The third book is currently being edited for release the first part of next year. Due out soon is a series of interview with doctors in conjunction with each book.
If you have ever contemplated leaving the clinical practice of medicine and trying something else, maybe with a little less stress and no call, that takes advantage of the vast amount of knowledge of medicine you have accumulated, this is your course. If you have even the slightest hint of desire for this, go to the course. I wanted to go for years and never could work it into my schedule. When I finally attended, it changed my life.
Yesterday I received an email from the founder of SEAK and I thought I would share part of it with you today. Below is an excerpt from that email. Before you read it, I want to encourage you to take the first step to improving your finances and life. We always have room to make things a little bit better. Take a moment to order my book and connect with me at DrCorySFawcett.com so you can have the information you need to transform your life. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube so you can use the social media avenue you like the best. I would be happy to help one-on-one if you need that or come to speak to your organization.
(Excerpt from email of Steve Babitsky, Esq.)
Hundreds of physicians have made a successful transition to a non-clinical career after attending the SEAK Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians Conference.
Let’s take a quick look at just a few of them:
Tom is a 43 year old physician who was unhappy with his practice and decided he needed to make a change for both himself and his family. He attended the 2014 SEAK Non-Clinical Careers Conference and Job Fair in Chicago. He listened to speakers, spoke with mentors and met with prospective employers. At the conference, Tom obtained a 20 hour a week, work from home non clinical position which he loves. He also got the confidence to write and get published a book assisting other physicians.
After 24 years of working hard as an OBGYN she decided to attend the SEAK Non-Clinical Careers Conference. She met many doctors like herself who had no idea what to do next. Michelle learned about many other choices that exist for doctors outside of clinical medicine. She got an opportunity to speak with companies that were looking for doctors to work for them. Michelle is now working for one of those companies. Here is her advice:
“If you don’t know quite what to do with your life, I strongly recommend that you attend the conference.”
Kristin came to the SEAK Non-Clinical Careers Conference after practicing as a cosmetic surgeon and at the conference she was very relieved to find other physicians who felt the same way as she did about traditional clinical practice. Her goal was to transition to a different career. She has reached her goal, made a successful transition, she no longer has a pager, and she actually “looks forward to going to work.”
As a pediatric hospitalist she attended the Non-Clinical Careers Conference. She soon received an offer to join the physician professional development program of a major pharmaceutical and medical device company with over 70,000 employees. She is now an associate medical director at the company. Here is what she had to say:
“Much thanks for helping me organize my thoughts and get a jump start in making the move to industry. I don’t think I would have realized the wealth of opportunities out there for physicians without attending SEAK.”
What do these physicians and hundreds of others who have successfully made the transition to a non-clinical career have in common?
They were not afraid to take the first step and attend the SEAK Non-Clinical Careers for Physicians Conference.
These physicians are very happy with their decision, their new careers, and so are their families.
For additional information or to register for the SEAK conference on October 22-23, 2016 in Chicago, click here or call 508-457-1111.
SEAK’s Non-Clinical Careers Conference is only offered once per year. Don’t let another year slip by.
All the best,
Steve Babitsky, Esq.
President & Founder
316 Gifford Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
Direct Dial: 508-548-9443
P.S. Here are some additional success stories:
“You are 100% correct in your statement: “The biggest impediment to a successful career transition is inertia. You can overcome that inertia by registering today.” I can’t thank you enough for the work you do.”
“Your conference was wonderful and I am happy to report that within 2 months of the conference I secured an amazing non clinical position. Within 3 months of the conference I successfully transitioned from my clinical position to a full time work from home position in the health insurance industry. I couldn’t be happier. I know that this was made possible because of the SEAK conference. I benefited from the high quality training and networking opportunities. I wanted to thank you again for such a well- planned and high yield conference.”
“I am happy to report that I have indeed made a career transition, largely as a result of my attendance at the 2014 SEAK Non-Clinical Careers Course! I am extremely happy with this change and do not miss clinical patient care one bit. I had seriously considered retiring because I felt so burned out, yet this experience has reinvigorated me very much.”
“I bought your book on non-clinical careers about three years ago and finally attended your conference in Chicago last month. Good news to report: I will be the Associate Medical Director at [Large Health Insurer]. I appreciate you and your organization’s information and mission.”