This month’s episode is a mashup from all ten of my guests from around the world in 2017. I’ve cut five of the most powerful minutes from each interview into one episode so you can distil a huge amount of value.
Also if you’ve never listened in to the Blunt Dissection Podcast before then this episode is a great starting point.
Ep 1: Diederik Gelderman: Leadership - What is it and why we are all leaders?
Ep 2: Garret Turley discusses dealing with your inner trash talk and making decisions.
Ep 3: RVC Graduates of 2017 talk about the things graduates want to see from their future employers - this is dynamite if you are looking to hire a millennial vet.
Ep 4: Dr Sue Ettinger busts some pet cancer myths that abound in the industry.
Ep 5: Dr Karen Bradley & Kim Therrian discuss their own unique angles on women in veterinary leadership.
Ep 6: John Sheridan paints a picture of what Future Vet Clinic Inc might look like.
Ep 7: Dr John Dooley & Dr Nadine Hamilton open their hearts and share their stories of veterinary suicide and prevention.
Ep 8: Professor Stuart Carmichael talks about how we train and develop the vets of tomorrow.
Ep 9: Dr Dani McVety - On the loss of talent and how she successfully bonds vets to her Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice Care business.
Ep 10: Dr Andy Roark - on using a personal brand to improve relations with clients and how to manage your time on social media.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of my guests for appearing on the show and giving their time up freely. I’m so grateful to you all.
And I’d like to also thank you the listeners for your support and ears. If you weren’t there then I wouldn’t be doing this. So thank you all from the bottom of my heart.
As things stand we’re now close to 1200 downloads per month meaning we’re reaching 14000 sets of ears per year. A figure I never dreamed could be possible.
So what started as an experiment is now a central pillar of my work and already in 2018 I have some amazing guests lined up.
But as always I’m keen for your feedback. Who do you want to hear from on the podcast? Let me know and I’ll do my best to make it happen.
Have a very merry Christmas (or not, depending on your religion, beliefs, etc). A happy New Year and I look forward to bringing you more amazing people from the world of veterinary medicine in 2018.
Peace, love and happiness.