fbpx
.st0{fill:#FFFFFF;}

105. Meghan Herron, DVM, DAVCB 

 October 27, 2022

We CAN do it all... we just need to gain some comfort with mediocrity.

It makes sense to say that we can’t do it all. After all, we’re each just one person, and no one person can do everything, right? 

But then you meet someone like Dr. Meghan Herron who seems like she really has done it all--gone to veterinary school, raised two kids, and started an entirely new program of study at OSU--and you can’t help but wonder if maybe there is some way to do it all. 

But how? What’s the secret? How can you possibly do everything you both need and want to without going stark raving mad?

Dr. Herron joined me today to talk about her work as a behavioral vet and her philosophy to “doing it all” while protecting your own mental health and avoiding burnout.

Dr. Herron is the senior director of behavioral medicine, education, and outreach at Gigi's, a nonprofit that provides homeless dogs access to quality shelter, veterinary, behavior and adoption services in Columbus, Ohio.

This post may contain affiliate links. When you click them, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I only recommend products and services that my guests or I have used or have experience with.

You don't have to go it alone.
Here's how we can work together.

Coaching

I help pet pros find the skills, tools, and support systems necessary to feel rejuvenated, reignite their passion, and do the work they're meant to do through coaching and the HYHO weekly support program. 

Learning Labs & Q&As

 Every month we tackle a different topic in our series of deep conversations about  real life. Join other pet pros like you explore new ways to feel stronger and more capable professionally and personally. 

related posts:

Subscribe & Download

Want to get notified of new episodes directly on your phone? Subscribe to our podcast using your favorite app!

Show up for yourself as powerfully as you do for others. You matter.

Sign up to join our weekly self-coaching program and receive a second weekly email with practical tips, science-based strategies, and steady encouragement as well as updates on workshops and other offerings.

{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}
>