Well-being and personal development habits are not just set it and forget it. Veterinary medicine, and life in general, take a toll on us all…we need to have strong foundations and routines of self-care in place in order to thrive. This episode is serving as my reminder to get back to some healthier habits, even when I get super busy with life. Since I needed a reminder so badly this week, I thought someone out there might also be feeling overwhelmed or burned out and may benefit from hearing about some of my wellness strategies.
This talk was originally prepared for The Veterinary Financial Summit…you can still get access to recorded video presentations here by joining the Community! It’s an awesome resource and I am still catching up on all the lectures that I couldn’t get to while it was live.
Resources mentioned in the episode (or maybe not specifically mentioned but I think they’re important!)…
–My interview with Dr. Ed Kanara about creating a simple strategic life plan –The 5 Minute Journal
–Gratitude in Practice PDF
–Self-Compassion by Dr. Kristin Neff
–How to Leave Your Comfort Zone and Enter Your ‘Growth Zone’ by Oliver Page, MD
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Episode 58 – Personal Brands in Veterinary Medicine: You Need to Find Your Authentic Voice featuring Danielle K. Lambert
Building a brand for your veterinary clinic or for yourself personally is a daunting task. And like today’s guest mentions in the episode, you are building a brand whether you like it or not, so why not be in charge of how people see you? Danielle K. Lambert shares many more marketing gems in today’s episode. She is the CEO and Founder of The Snout Group and The Snout School where she spends her time helping veterinarians’ brands look pretty and guides them to communicate their authentic values to clients and colleagues.