If you work with animals in veterinary medicine or animal welfare and sometimes feel the effects of compassion fatigue then this podcast is for YOU! Your host, Julie Squires, Certified Compassion Fatigue Specialist and Life Coach is all about helping you feel better by teaching you the tools you need to balance your work and your life and to have exceptional mental and emotional health so you can continue to help animals and make a difference in their lives.
Ep# 112 Let's Talk About Money with Isaiah Douglass
This episode is my conversation with Isaiah Douglass, MBA, CFP. Isaiah is s financial planner who works with veterinarians to help them sort out as he says "anything that has a $ sign".
We chat about:
-His view on repaying student loans
-Investing in ourselves
-How different genders are socialized about money
-Why we have a hard time talking about the cost of services in vet med
-and much more!
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Ep # 111 Doing Less
Most of the humans I know are not human BEINGS but human DOINGS. They are running from work to errands to responsibilities/obligations and feeling exhausted. And it's no wonder!
Working with animals can be intense. It requires a lot of your physical, mental and emotional energy. And while compassion fatigue is complex, what increases your susceptibility is neglecting your own need for slowing down and creating some "white space" in your life.
Ep #110 Pep Talk
Could we be seeing the light at the end of the tunnel? Millions of people globally are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 and perhaps this is the beginning of the end of the pandemic. Fingers crossed.
This episode is a Pep Talk. I share with you the Top 10 Things I Can't Wait To Do Again and I encourage you to create your own list. Also in this episode I invite you to see what is OK in your life right NOW.
Ep# 109 The Other Cost of Caring with Suzanne Cannon
Compassion fatigue is often coined the "cost of caring" because of the impact that witnessing others in pain or distress has on the caregiver.
But there's another "cost of caring" related to veterinary medicine and animal welfare work and that is the financial limitations of the pet owner.
Are there solutions? You bet! And today's guest, Suzanne Cannon Co-Founder of VetBilling and I talk all about it.
VetBilling's Website https://vetbilling.com/
Suzanne's contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ep#108 Time Mastery
What is your relationship with time? A love/hate one? Or a peaceful one? Do you feel you have enough time to do what you want or are you like most people who feel time is the enemy and you're always failing?
Let's consider a new approach!
In this episode I'll share:
-how NOT to talk about time
-how your brain is like an arsonist and how that gets in your way
-my own process for mastering the 24 hour day
-why you shouldn't ever say "I don't have time"
Ep #107 How Emotional Intelligence Helps You Help Animals
In the last episode I talked about Stage 1 and 2 or Emotional Intelligence (EQ): Self-awareness and self-management of your emotions.
This episode is about Stage 3 and 4, social awareness (be aware of what others are feeling and needing) and relationship management (bringing together your awareness of your own emotions and those of others to create productive relationships).
Working with animals requires working with people.
Working with people requires EQ.
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Highly recommend listening to Julie’s podcast and working with her one on one if you can! So many areas of life she can help you with. Especially grateful to have worked with her during this difficult year.
Thank you Julie!
I am SOOO grateful to have discovered Julie Squires & her amazing podcasts. There’s literally an episode for every issue I’ve ever faced in veterinary medicine & in my personal life. She is REAL, inspirational & tells us what we NEED to hear. I am a faithful follower & have shared her with my staff. Can’t say enough good things about what these podcasts have done for my mental & emotional well being! Thank you!!!
Teaching different views
Listen to Julie provide a different view of your own thoughts and move forward into less self-defeating thoughts.