Unprecedented times, periods of upheaval and tumultuous change, valleys of hardship that we think will exist indefinitely – not to start this off on such a grim note but let’s face it, these are all inevitable challenges of real life for any of us in veterinary practices.

While accepting this to be true may be healthy for the psyche, allowing it to permit a lack of resolve for resilience and growth is not, especially in business. Uncertain and trying times like we find ourselves in today require some creativity, because what was “normal” is no more and therefore our previous mode of operation can no longer exist.

Many times in the onset of a crisis, our basic human response is defensiveness and questioning:

  • “What do I do?”
  • “How are we going to get through this?”
  • “I don’t know if we can make it.”


So how do we get past our auto-negative mindsets? 

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