Episode 11 – How To Plan Your Life On the Back of a Napkin featuring Dr. Ed Kanara

Thanks to Dr. Kanara for sharing his time and expertise! The strategic planning process has been invaluable for me…I hope you find it just as useful!

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I’m Stacey

I want veterinarians to become happier, healthier, wealthier and more grateful for this life that we’ve created.

I understand the struggles of a stretched-too-thin veterinarian. I have also learned that with some individual work, there is a brighter side to veterinary medicine. Personal and financial development strategies have helped me find a happier place in my life and in my work. I hope to share resources that will resonate with my fellow veterinarian to allow you to become a more whole person.

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