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Hi I am Dr. Julie Cappel and I coach veterinarians and others that work in the veterinary field. I am The Veterinary Life Coach. As a working veterinarian, hospital owner, mother, leader and certified life coach, I have a unique perspective on all things Veterinary medicine. My podcast will bring insight and tools for busy veterinarians to improve every aspect of their lives. I talk about stress, overwhelm, compassion fatigue, client issues, relationships, time management, leadership, team b ...
 
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Blaming other people for problems in your life or for your negative childhood experiences may be harmful to your mental health. While blaming protects our ego, it can take away our power and leave us stuck in the past. Becoming aware of our blame stories and working to let them go, will allow us to fully enjoy the present and create the best future…
 
Veterinary medicine is suffering from a post-pandemic glut of clients/pets and a shortage of veterinary professionals. We are being pushed by clients and hospital owners to work longer, harder, and faster. If you are working in the field, there are probably days that you feel discouraged by the increased demands. Let's talk about tools to feel disc…
 
Dr. Susan Styles is the owner of Brooklyn Road Veterinary Clinic and a past president of the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association. Susan fosters a positive practice culture that allows her practice's team members to feel supported. On this podcast Julie and Susan talk about women as leaders, positive practice culture, using technology to enhance…
 
Ben Wolin is the President and CEO of Covetrus. Covetrus provides a suite of products, software, and services to veterinary professionals to improve patient care and add financial success to veterinary practices. Ben Wolin has experience as an entrepreneur with a long history of serving the healthcare industry. Ben and Julie talk about advances in …
 
Sometimes our thoughts feel like someone else telling us that we are not worthy or less than. That little "voice in your head" is a normal part of your brain that is trying to keep you from making a mistake or stepping out of the pack to take a risk. Your inner critic is useful, but also can be damaging if you believe every negative thing that it t…
 
Human connection is something that has become difficult during the pandemic, but it is an important part of our mental health. Today on the podcast I discuss connections and how to make them and keep them. Sometimes we feel awkward in groups of strangers, but we need to remember that others feel that way also. Share your connection experiences with…
 
Do you have trouble making firm decisions? Are you a people pleaser? If you said "yes" to these questions you might need to practice being more bold. Boldness allows the world to experience your unique voice, builds your self-confidence, and motivates you to build more excitement into your life. Visit veterinarylifecoach.com to learn more about lif…
 
Dr. Jessica Moore-Jones joins me again to talk about client reviews, setting boundaries, and economics. Dr. Jessica is a bold entrepreneur with experience in many aspects of veterinary medicine including shelter practice. She is the owner or Unleashed Coaching and Consulting.Dr. Julie Cappel による
 
Dr. Jessica Moore-Jones joins me again to talk about imposter syndrome, self-care choices, boundaries, and how to care for yourself while working in the veterinary profession. This podcast was divided into two parts because I was having so much fun talking to Jessica about all of the things that we face on a daily basis. Dr. Jessica Moore-Jones own…
 
Do you ever wonder what clothes and colors are best for you? Do you struggle with your body image or how you feel in your clothing? Rebecca Reid and Bridget Cappel teach Julie about different methods of styling your wardrobe to present your natural beauty to the world and feel comfortable with yourself. Working on your thoughts about your body and …
 
Tom Seeko is the co-founder and co-owner of Florida Veterinary Advisors and the host of the Smarter Vet Podcast. Tom dedicates his life to helping veterinarians alleviate financial stress. His mission is to give veterinarians clarity, confidence, control, and contentment through consulting and continuing education. Find Tom and his partner CJ at fl…
 
Attachment style refers to a particular way that an individual relates to other people. Your attachment style is developed very early in life and stays with you into your adult relationships. Your attachment style dictates how you relate to people particularly in situations that trigger stress. The four styles are, Secure, Insecure Avoidant (Dismis…
 
Clients seem to be getting more and more demanding as the veterinary profession suffers from being understaffed and overworked. Why do we let rude clients affect us? What can we do to overcome the fear that we feel about getting negative comments or bad reviews? Veterinarians need to stand up to client bullies and support each other to overcome thi…
 
Focus is defined as a point of concentration. Why does it seem so difficult to focus on the things that we want to create in our lives? It is our internal negative story about ourselves that keeps us distracted when we fear creating something big. Our work is to understand our internal negative story and beliefs that affect us. You have the power t…
 
Negative thoughts can and will cause negative emotion. Repeated negative thoughts cause poor self esteem, stress, anxiety, and depression. Just like changing your emotions takes awareness and work, so does challenging your negative thoughts. Negative thoughts are often fear based and can be the result of negative childhood experiences and past trau…
 
What is the difference between very successful, fulfilled people and those that struggle? It is their mindset. They have a willingness to put themselves out there, feel negative emotion, and do hard things. Working on yourself and your mental strength is a lifelong process, but the sooner you commit to doing work on yourself, the stronger you will …
 
Do you like money? Do you want to feel better about your finances and do better with managing your money? Today we talk about our attitude about money and practical tips for your budget. We need to let go of the thoughts that those who work in the veterinary profession should do things cheaply or free. Our services are valuable and we need to feel …
 
Are you a risk taker? You may not think that you are, but every goal you set requires you to take a risk Setting big life goals requires facing fear. Fear of the unknown or fear of failure can prevent us from living to our fullest potential. When we face up to the thoughts that cause our fears, and work to understand them we begin to do the thought…
 
Dr. Jessica Moore-Jones is a veterinarian, speaker, coach, and director of Unleashed Coaching and Consulting. Her primary mission is to improve the lives of animals by improving the leadership, resilience, and engagement of the people who care for them. Dr. Moore-Jones has used her veterinary training to accomplish many interesting things in her ca…
 
What is happening with our amazing profession? Why don't we love what we do and why don't we thrive? How can we fix the things that plague us like debt, stress, compassion fatigue and a high suicide rate? Our profession needs to work to change the narrative and collectively by taking lessons from the amazing people and pets around us and take care …
 
Vetcove is a free ordering platform to help veterinary practices shop every veterinary vendor at once. Today on the podcast Julie talks to Alex Kates, the co-founder and CEO of Vetcove and Julie Sinaw, director of business development. Alex and his brother Mitchell developed Vetcove while working with their father, an equine veterinarian. It was de…
 
Did you know that complaining can increase stress hormones and negatively affect your health? Complaining has become one of the most difficult problems we face in our Covid/curbside culture as clients and team members alike spend time complaining about each other. On this podcast Karlene Belyea and I discuss how complaining can become pervasive in …
 
If you are feeling stuck in your life or career you are most likely struggling with a lack of focus and organization. Your brain is powerful and it has a bias towards energy conservation and negativity. Achieving big goals requires you to become the leader of your mind and life. You need to learn to focus your thoughts and take actions to move in t…
 
Do you want to be a better leader? Whether you own a business or work within a team you can create stronger leadership skills with some attention to detail. Great leaders foster great relationships with their people. On this podcast we talk about how to treat and interact with your team in order to strengthen personal bonds, share your vision, and …
 
How do you accomplish anything? Commitment! Why is it so hard to follow through with big goals? It comes from our beliefs, self doubt, and fear. Is there a way to control your thoughts and feel committed in the face of fear? Yes! Commitment allows you to continue working until you accomplish anything. It feels capable and strong. Let's talk about h…
 
Wouldn't it be amazing if you could feel more balanced on the inside? If you could understand yourself better and not fight with your emotions? That is the feeling of inner balance or inner peace. When you put in the work to know and understand yourself better, and then begin to offer yourself what you need, you can create some inner balance. Take …
 
Do you ever get the feeling that you are under qualified or not as competent as others perceive you to be? Impostor syndrome is the feeling that you have been lucky to get where you are. You feel like you are presenting yourself as a phony or that maybe you don't belong. Today on the podcast I talk about where this feeling comes from and how common…
 
Have you ever wondered what is like to get coached? What is this life coaching thing all about? Life coaches help us to understand why we are getting the results in life that we are getting and how to create something different. We coach on leadership, relationships, parenting, work/life balance, career, and even weight. We work with clients to mov…
 
Do you want your life to be different this year? Do you want to create something amazing? The first step to changing your life is goal setting. Dreams, goals, and action steps are the only way that you can create permanent change. Once you have set up big audacious goals, then the real work begins. The work will be managing your doubts, fears, and …
 
Oh the anxiety! We all experience it at times. On this podcast I talk about my anxiety and how it presents for me. We discuss why we experience anxiety and how we can work to process it and really feel it. The thoughts that we think cause the feelings that we feel -- always -- including anxiety. Showing yourself compassion and learning to accept yo…
 
Dr. Michael Thome is a large animal practitioner and hospital owner, and James Averill is the interim director of the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at Michigan State University. Both of these gentlemen have had unique and interesting careers as veterinarians. They share their unique perspective on veterinary medical practice, leadership, and dea…
 
Dr. Kayla Stomack is a veterinarian working in emergency medicine and doing home care for "Lap of Love". Deanna Fischer is a LVT, hospital manager, and mother of four teenage boys. Ashley Backos is a LVT/ manager in emergency medicine and the mother of two young children. On this episode of the podcast we discuss the trials of 2020 and how we plan …
 
Matt Kuhn, DVM, PhD is an AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow supporting the US Department of Defense in effectively publishing defense research. Matt has worked in non-clinical veterinary medicine in various capacities throughout his career. Today we talk about his path into non-clinical veterinary medicine, his take on work/life balance, an…
 
My 100th episode! I am so proud and happy to be doing this podcast for the veterinary community. In honor of this last month of 2020, I am spending the entire month doing interviews with veterinary professionals. We will talk about how we have navigated this unusual year and what we can do moving forward to take care of ourselves better in 2021. Jo…
 
Rebecca Reid is a Certified Personal Color Analyst and the owner of Colorpolitan. Rebecca uses a state of the art 12-tone Sci/ART personal color analysis system based on the science of natural color harmony. Rebecca teaches me about her business and how she uses color analysis to help people feel and look their best and live authentically. We had s…
 
Dr. Ivan Zak is a veterinarian and an entrepreneur. He is the creator of Smart Flow, a workflow optimization system for veterinary practices. He recently finished his MBA dissertation studying how Lean Thinking can help reduce burnout in veterinary organizations. Today Dr. Zak teaches us about his research findings and what motivates him to use his…
 
Do you know your Myers Briggs type? If you are a judging type or perceiving type you may have different learning styles. On this episode of the podcast I am joined by Bridget Cappel. We discuss the judging types and perceiving types and how they are influenced to learn based on the way they see the world. We examine the strengths and weakness of ea…
 
What does it mean to be teachable? Teachability is the openness to learn new things while creating better for your life. It involves dealing with the uncomfortable feelings that come from putting yourself out there and risking failure while learning. Becoming more open to learning is a skill that we can develop once we understand why we avoid being…
 
What does it mean to be resilient? Resilience is the ability to experience adversity and recover quickly. We all need this skill because as humans we all experience adversity. (Veterinary professionals may experience adversity more often than many people) If we let it, adversity will stop us from progressing in life. We need to develop our resilien…
 
Why do we hang on to things? We hang onto items, ideas, and beliefs from our past. Hanging on allows us to stay in our comfort zone, safe from change and possibility. Holding on to things that are not serving us causes us to stagnate and holds us back from our dreams. On this episode of the podcast we talk about how fear of the unknown keeps us stu…
 
A boundary is about protecting yourself and the things that you want in your life. Boundaries are not meant to control other people, you can not control other adults. A boundary includes a request, a consequence, and then a follow through. Boundaries are something that we can learn to create with confidence. It will take practice, but you can preva…
 
Do you struggle with people pleasing and feeling unable to say no? I am a natural people pleaser as many of us are in the veterinary profession. We feel obligated to help all people with their pets at all times of the day or night. When we want to say "no" we often say "yes", and that creates internal struggle and increased stress. What if you coul…
 
Keven Maher is the founder and president of "VetMeasure" and Sydney See is their operations manager. They both joined me today to talk about a new technology that will allow us to save our time, reduce our stress, and save pet lives. The VetMeasure electronic harness, mobile, and web app allows veterinarians and veterinary technicians to monitor do…
 
This week on the podcast I have a very special guest - My friend John Tramontana, MS, CAE - the CEO of the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association. John is an expert in the area of communication, management, and leadership. John started his career as a website reporter and television journalist with WLUC in Iron Mountain and WILX-TV in Lansing, Mic…
 
We think a lot! Experts say anywhere from 6000-60,000 thoughts per day. Many of those thoughts that we think are habitual and are often negative. If we can learn to observe our thoughts with better understanding we can do the work that it takes to become more positive and resilient. Our thoughts create our results and we can learn to change our res…
 
Do you love conflict or do you run and hide when someone has an issue with you? On this episode of the podcast we explore different conflict resolution styles and how you can adapt your style to deal with others in attempting to resolve any issue. Conflict does not have to be a dirty word. Negotiation is a skill that can be learned and adapted to d…
 
I believe that great leadership begins and ends with self-awareness and life long learning. As a person who works with various individuals, we need to be aware that our traits, behaviors, and beliefs affect those around us. Creating time for self reflection, self study, and increased self-awareness will allow for the development of skills that will…
 
Are you one of those people that thinks that you could do better when it comes to managing your time? I feel that way sometime as my life gets more and more busy. When I think about time management I realize that time (value) is a mental construct that means different things to different people. On this episode of the podcast I talk about different…
 
On this episode of the podcast my guest Bridget Cappel and I go through the Big Five Personality Test or OCEAN. Bridget is an expert in the personality space and she gives me the test live on the podcast. Together we will learn about the characteristics of Openness, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Agreeableness and Neuroticism. All of us possess v…
 
Do you ever struggle with clients that are angry or rude? Do these encounters hang with you and cause you to lose sleep? On this episode of the podcast I talk about this "angry client phenomenon" and what we can do to set some boundaries, train our mind to let them go, and not take their attacks personally. Join me for coaching at www.juliecappel.c…
 
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