Episode 43 – Can Veterinarians Really Live A Rich Life? featuring Dr. Grace Kim

Talking about money can be a huge drain in our day-to-day lives. Veterinarians have these discussions all day long with pet owners. It’s understandable that dealing with your own finances at the end of the day is likely the last thing you want to do. Dr. Grace Kim of Richer Life DVM joins me on this episode to share some ideas about why it might be worthwhile to get your personal finances in order. She also shares some tactical advice on how to get started with finances if you think that money is just “not your thing.” We both feel very strongly that getting a handle on personal finances is a huge step in improving your overall well-being, so please give this episode a listen! … More Episode 43 – Can Veterinarians Really Live A Rich Life? featuring Dr. Grace Kim

Episode 42 – 7 Daily Habits to Support My Mental Well-Being as a Veterinary Professional

SIGN UP for the The Whole Veterinarian Newsletter HERE! 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 … More Episode 42 – 7 Daily Habits to Support My Mental Well-Being as a Veterinary Professional

Episode 40 – From Good to Great Mentorship with MentorVet Founder Addie Reinhard, DVM, MS

Having a good mentor is vital to your veterinary career. Having a great mentor can be life changing. Dr. Addie Reinhard talks with us today about the qualities that set apart the great mentors and she explains how you can easily become one of them. Addie also details how her program, MentorVet, is helping recent grads adjust to life in the real veterinary world. … More Episode 40 – From Good to Great Mentorship with MentorVet Founder Addie Reinhard, DVM, MS

Episode 39 – Is Veterinary Telehealth an Opportunity to Improve Our Profession? featuring Dr. Jess Trimble

There is no doubt that veterinary professionals are beyond overloaded in today’s current climate. We need to find ways to think outside of the box in order to lighten our load and create more boundaries. Our personal well-being HAS to be on our to-do lists if we want to decrease the burnout in veterinary medicine and attract the right people onto our teams.

In this episode I speak with Dr. Jess Trimble, a lover of all things virtual care. She truly believes that utilizing virtual, connected care with our clients is an important way to care for both ourselves and our patients. … More Episode 39 – Is Veterinary Telehealth an Opportunity to Improve Our Profession? featuring Dr. Jess Trimble

Episode 36 – Moving from Overwhelm to In Control featuring Dr. Nia Perkins of My Vetamorphosis

Veterinarian and mom, Dr. Nia Perkins, joins me today on the podcast to share her story and also help other veterinarians learn why personal development coaching can be so beneficial. … More Episode 36 – Moving from Overwhelm to In Control featuring Dr. Nia Perkins of My Vetamorphosis