Category Archives: Personal Power

The Quality of Your Questions = The Depth of Your Conversations

The Quality of Your Questions = The Depth of Your Conversation
DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Amy Schuber: Welcome to “Inspired Conversations.” This is Amy Schuber. I am excited to be with Neha Sangwan, MD, CEO and founder of Intuitive Intelligence. She's an internal medicine physician, international speaker, and corporate communication expert. Her private practice in corporate consulting focuses on empowering individuals, organizational leaders,…

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What Are Boundaries? And How to Define Yours

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. Several people have been asking me in different ways to talk about boundaries. What are they? What are healthy boundaries? Are they different in different situations? The answer is yes. I started to think about boundaries based on the questions I’ve been…

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The Answer to Your Dream Job Is Finally Here

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Doctor Neha: Welcome to TalkRx with Doctor Neha. We are filming from Bali, and I have a special guest today. She's a nurse. She's traveling from Western Australia, Perth to be exact, and her name is Michelle. Welcome. Michelle: Thank you so much for having me. Doctor Neha:…

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Discussing Burnout—Doctor Neha in the Hot Seat

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Kim: Dr. Neha Sangwan is an internal medicine physician who drove herself to burnout and thus became something of an evangelist for dealing with stress. She's the CEO and the founder of Intuitive Intelligence—that's the name of the company, rather than the trait itself—and an international speaker who teaches…

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Unraveling the Drama of Dealing with an Ex

DOWNLOAD THE MP3 | LISTEN ON iTUNES Today's topic is a juicy one: blended families, exes, and the drama that can come from those interchanges. Today's question came about from sitting next to this lovely woman on the plane. She and her husband were sitting next to me. Her name is Debbie. She complained that…

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