Empowering women in veterinary medicine by equipping them with the tools to thrive both personally and professionally!
The DOs and DON'Ts of building confidence
This week's episode gets right down to the nitty gritty - tangible, actionable advice on habits and behaviors that DO build confidence and then one might DO NOT when it comes to building authentic, honest to goodness CONFIDENCE.
Is PERFECTIONISM killing your CONFIDENCE?
Listen, if you've been here for any time at all, you KNOW that the path to gaining confidence requires ACTION. But what if action is just not that easy to take?
We've been conditioned to strive for PERFECTION, right? Get the 4.0, ace the exam, have perfect attendance, etc etc etc. But the NEED to be PERFECT leads us to HOLD BACK. We don't want to try something we can't guarantee we'll be able to perfect. And it's KILLING us.
This week let's unpack this and work through the enemy of GREAT...perfectionism.
The path to SELF-DISCOVERY : an interview with Enneagram Coach Gina Gomez
This week we're hearing from self-discovery and Enneagram coach, Gina Gomez.
Gina is a PHENOMENAL human, it was not only an honor to interview her but a joy! Gina is a coach, an author, and more recently a dog mom! Her story is incredible - in a difficult time her life she was introduced to the Enneagram, a personality type scheme. She found healing and self-discovery through Enneagram and turned that into a personal expertise and now uses this gift to help other women heal too.
On this week's episode Gina just starts to unpack why it's important to have self-awareness, how the enneagram can help you become more self-aware, and we scratch the surface on each of the enneagram types! I think you're going to find this conversation incredibly impactful and hopefully it will inspire you to do a little self-discovery yourself!
I encourage you to follow Gina on Instagram @ginagomez.co and pick up her book "The Enneagram and You" wherever books are sold!
You asked, I answered! Q&A pt. 1
This week we switched it up a bit in a fun new format of question and answer!
Ranging from topics like handling compassion fatigue to my favorite food (besides TexMex), I took your questions and honestly, it was really fun! You guys have great questions!
If you like this format, you gotta let me know! Comment here, shoot me a DM, or share on your social what you liked and hopefully we'll get to do this again!
Additional Resources - Authors/Books I love:
- The Happiness Advantage, Shawn Achor
- Finish, John Acuff
- The 5 Second Rule, Mel Robbins
When you're feelin' the FRUSTRATION funk
You know, I can't remember the last time getting frustrated SERVED me. Can you?
Look, frustration is a pretty natural thing. And it's a fairly involuntary thing...at first. But imagine a world where you feel frustrated, you acknowledge it and you move through it FASTER and more COMPLETELY.
My friend, you'd be UNSTOPPABLE.
This week's episode unpacks the frustration funk and the power we have over it! Let's do this!
How are you speaking to YOURSELF?
"Can you please not talk about my friend like that?"
A phrase I use often to remind the people around me that when they speak poorly about themselves, they're speaking poorly about someone I care about. Isn't that a cool frame shift?
On this week's episode we're exploring the way we talk to ourselves in the context of what it would look like if we afforded ourselves the same grace and compassion that comes so easily to others we love. What might change?
Let's find out!
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Amazing Podcast for DVMs!
So happy that I stumbled upon this podcast. Lo is tackling some very applicable topics in a refreshing and positive way! Thank you!!!
New favorite podcast
This podcast is 🔥. It feels like she is speaking to my soul. Such good advice and I love listening! I actively anticipate each new episode and cannot wait to hear what’s next. There’s a hint of religion but not enough to deter if that’s not what your into. Recommending it to all of my vet med folks!
Such an inspiration!
Fellow veterinarian. We definitely struggle with burn out and giving our all to our patients and clients. I love her advice and suggestions for being a better version of yourself. Even non veterinary field can relate, she is amazing and very inspirational!