Slowing an Overactive Mind
Do you continue to think about what happened at work long after you get home? Maybe the mind churn is even disrupting your sleep. Click here to read the post which suggests strategies for slowing your mind, giving you more focus and enthusiasm for everything else! Published 30/6/17
Pathological altruism – Why do we do it?
Are you a great care-giver – offering the support, encouragement and sound advice to people which allows them to solve problems and move forward? And what about you, do you extend the same structures to yourself? Or do you say totally different things to yourself in similar situations? Click here to read the blog which contemplates the reasons why we might give to others and forget about ourselves. Published 26/4/17
Well-being in the veterinary work-place
Oh, the times they are a-changing… Or are they?? Click here to read the post. Published 13/2/17
Study tips for Veterinary (And All Other) Students
It is that time of the year when student veterinarians, nurses and others are busily preparing for their end of year exams. There are easy things they can do to learn, retain and regurgitate knowledge more readily. Click here to read. Published 21/10/16.
Our brains are malleable and we can change IF we want to.
Back in the 1980’s we believed that when it came to things like communication, optimism and self-regulation – we got what we were given. The science of neuroplasticity now shows us that we can change. Click here to read about neuroplasticity and find out how you can change. Published 8/9/16
Becoming and staying successful in veterinary practice.
When you contemplate the word success, what comes to mind for you? If you asked 10 people this question, you would probably get a variety of different answers. Click here to read a post on success in the veterinary profession. Published 14/7/16