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Episode 48 | What Does, and Does Not, Define a “Joyful” DVM

Joy and Happiness are NOT the same things. Joy is more than an emotion… It is a way of being… It is most highly experienced when we develop truth for ourselves in nine key areas… the nine buckets of alignment as I like to call them. Our human experience, left unquestioned and absent of intention, cannot (and …

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Episode 47 | The Link Between Your Experience in Vet Med and Your Unique Human Design

Our experience in veterinary medicine is determined by our thoughts about it. Habit thoughts… Thoughts we’ve been imprinted with from those around us (parents, teachers, colleagues, clients, media, etc.)… Thoughts we haven’t intentionally chosen for ourselves… So WHY? Why are some of us greatly influenced by others, and some of us are not? Why are …

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Episode 45 | Vet Med Dealbreakers: 3 Times It’s Best To Move On

I don’t care whether or not you stay in veterinary practice, or totally leave every potential job related to a veterinary license behind. I really don’t. I care about your personal well-being.I care about your future happiness.I care about your purpose (I KNOW you have one, even if you aren’t so sure). I also care …

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Episode 42 | Why You’re Probably Too Smart For Your Own Good

As a veterinary professional you are likely a very smart person. After all, it wasn’t by accident that you were able to pass those board examinations to secure your licensure… But something happens to many of us once we get into practice… The real-world becomes overwhelming and confusing. Our logical and strategic left-brained thinking tries …

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Episode 39 | The Breaking Point (what it is, what it means, and what you should do next)

“I just can’t do this anymore.” Most of us in the veterinary profession have said those words… at least to ourselves. Maybe the last time was after a particularly sad euthanasia. Or, maybe after an ugly encounter with a client. Or, perhaps, when leaving work hours after the scheduled end of your shift. There comes …

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