Doctor Neha: Hi everybody and welcome. Today I have a special guest. Hi Gina!
Gina Murdock: Hi Neha, good to see you.
Doctor Neha: Great to see you too. We’re in Aspen and I met Gina last year, when she invited me to speak at a Lead with Love event. I’m going to let her tell you a little bit about that and she’s got a couple interesting things going on that I think you might be interested in.
Doctor Neha: Oh, thank you. I’m excited and honored to be here.
Gina Murdock: It’s such a pleasure and it’s so good to see you in my neighborhood of Aspen, Colorado. Love in Action is a weekly call where we bring together people from all over the nation to create a space of connection where we can take inspired action in the world.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody, it feels like it’s been a while. It almost feels like I should start with “Hi—I’m back!”
2020 has been quite a year. I had videos and newsletters in queue to launch for you, but when COVID hit, we all transformed to living in the moment and anything that was pre-scheduled or pre-planned became irrelevant. And just like everything else in our world, I shut down—quarantined—and my newsletters and communication did as well.
Doctor Neha: Hi everyone and welcome. Today, I have a special guest Alise Cortez. Alise has her own radio show and we did an interview together. And so during the COVID pandemic, I’ve made a new friend and I want to share her with all of you.
Doctor Neha: I’m in Aspen right now, and there’s going to be some sounds because we’re filming outdoors. So I’m just going to let you enjoy those.
Doctor Neha: Hi everybody today we’ve got a wonderful guest. Juliana, welcome. Thank you. And, uh, Juliana, what have you been thinking about? What uh, what communication question, what health question, what’s on your mind?
Dr. Juliana: Well lately what I’ve been thinking about is my sugar addiction. It’s really bad. I mean, I know it sounds a little dramatic, but it’s really bad.
Well that is just coming right out of the gate. How did you diagnose yourself?
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome. Today we have a special guest, Christin. Christin, you’re an RN, right?
Christin: No, I’m not. I work in administration. I am the regional director for difference, diversity and inclusion.
Doctor Neha: Diversity, inclusion…okay. Well, all of you who are doing this class Self-care in Health Care, I put everybody from all disciplines together. I find you incredibly compassionate and connected. And so my natural assumption was that you were an RN.
Doctor Neha: Hi and welcome. Xenia is our guest today.
Doctor Neha: Xenia is a nurse and she was one of the women in my pilot program as I began to research and study how to best create a power handbook for women, as well as a way to help us heal in the chaos of the world that we live in. She’s a brave soul who’s willing to ask her questions so other people can learn.
Doctor Neha: Welcome, today you’re going to get kind of an insider look of a discussion between two health professionals. We want to share with you our discoveries when we became the patient. So this one is a little bit different. I know you’re used to hearing health professionals speak from the place of healing others. It has been quite an awakening for both Kim and me—welcome, Kim.
Kim: Thank you, Neha.
Doctor Neha: —to actually be on the other end of things.
Doctor Neha: Hi, everybody. I’m in Costa Rica and I am with Erica at this lovely retreat center. And we were having such good discussions that I thought we should record this and share it with all of you. So, Erica, tell us a little bit about what we were talking about.
Erica: We were talking about how both of us work in fields where we’re always in our left brain—right-wrong, data, how to do things a certain way.