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Self-Care and Servant Leadership Are Not Mutually Exclusive

Dec 10, 2019

Mia Cary, DVM

Ever wonder why flight attendants tell us to put on our own oxygen mask before helping others with their oxygen masks during an emergency? It's because we are better equipped to help others when we take care of ourselves first. This is practicing self-care, which is easier said than done, and it's easier to do on our good days than on our bad days.  We often need a tipping point of some sort that forces us to accept this guiding principle to be true. My tipping point was in my early career days with Boehringer Ingelheim (BI). I received...

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From the VetPartners Experts: Is Perfectionism Weighing You Down?

Aug 14, 2019
Well-Being
Kristina Guldbrand

per·​fec·​tion·​ism  |  noun : A disposition to regard anything short of perfection as unacceptable (Merriam Webster) Perfectionism is on the rise, affecting more Americans than ever before...

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From the VetPartners Experts: How to Eliminate Meeting Madness

Jul 25, 2019
Practice Management
Mia Cary, DVM

Raise your hand if you love attending meetings. I bet only a few of you raised your hand, likely because most of the meetings we attend are not productive and do not end in clear decisions, including ...

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From the VetPartners Experts: How to Help Pets Enjoy a Visit to the Vet

Jul 19, 2019
Practice Management
Ruth Garcia

Every veterinarian knows that pets and fireworks are a combustible combination, and most are prepared to help patients and clients make it through Independence Day, New Year’s Eve, and other loud an...

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From the VetPartners Experts: A Lesson on Getting Started as a Speaker in the Veterinary Industry

Jul 3, 2019
Industry Involvement
Bill Schroeder

Veterinary professionals have long depended on the continuing education (CE) system to keep them at the forefront of successful concepts and trends so they are best prepared to meet and treat as many ...

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