The Veterinary Life Coach Podcast with Dr. Julie Cappel

Dr. Julie Cappel

Hi, I am Dr. Julie Cappel, and I coach veterinarians and others that work in the veterinary field. I am The Veterinary Life Coach. As a working small animal veterinarian and certified life coach, I have a unique perspective on all things Veterinary medicine. My podcast will bring insight and tools for busy veterinarians to improve every aspect of their lives. I talk about stress, overwhelm, compassion fatigue, client issues, relationships, time management, leadership, team building, practice management, and family life. If you are looking for help creating a balance between your work and your life – this is the best podcast. Learn more at

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Episode #199 – An Interview with Michael Harris

Michael Harris is a number one bestselling author of the book, “Falling Down Getting Up”. Michael is a business coach, entrepreneur, speaker, and yoga studio owner and instructor. Michael talks about his near death experience and his journey back to health.  Michael also teaches us about yoga and how to

Episode #198 – Veterinary Liability Insurance with Jonathan Decker

Jonathan Decker is an Account Executive with Gallagher and Team Leader for 360 Coverage Pros Professional Veterinarian Liability Insurance. Veterinarians need liability insurance to cover for claims of medical malpractice and licensing board complaints.  Jonathan explains how this coverage works and how veterinarians can learn more about liability insurance. Find

Episode #197 – Let’s Talk About Change

Why do we resist change and why does it often feel so hard?  It has to do with our comfort zone and our fear of failure.  What if we make the wrong choice?  What if our new situation is not what we dreamed it would be.  On this episode we

Episode #196 – Brownies for Breakfast with Lynne Bowman

Lynne Bowmen is the author of “Brownies for Breakfast – A Cookbook for Diabetics and the People Who Love Them.”  She describes herself as a snarky grandma, but she is an accomplished author, creative director, advertising manager, actress, makeup artist, screen writer, legal journalist, and television weather person.  Lynne talks

Episode #195 – Challenges Make Veterinary Life Better

Why do veterinarians do what we do?  We know that Veterinary Medicine is a challenging profession.  We deal with difficult situations every day – situations that challenge us mentally, emotionally, and physically.  We need to care for ourselves first, and one way to do that is to decide that challenges

Episode #194 – Ten Ways to Get Out of a Funk

Do you ever feel like you are not taking action in your life because you are in a funk?  It may be short lived and only last for a few hours, or it could affect you for days or weeks.  The feeling is one of apathy that can affect you

Episode #193 – An Interview with Maggie Perotin – On Leadership and Time Management

Maggie Perotin is an International Business and Leadership Coach. She holds an executive MBA from Jack Welch Management Institute.  Maggie lives in the Toranto Canada area with her blended family including four children.   Maggie is excited by self-development, travel, nature, and good food. You can reach Maggie at

Episode #192 – Create Your Own Happiness

Do you ever get bogged down in negative thoughts when something happens in your day that you did not expect?  Happiness, it turns out, is not a function of what happens to us, but is actually how we choose to think about the things that happen to us.  Happiness is

064 Reinventing your career and business with Martha

Today I speak with my client Martha Clarke about her continual reinvention in her business and life. Martha is an astrologer and astrocartographer. She has used astrology in her own life to find purpose, identify the best places in the world to live, and the best ways to live and

Episode #191 – An Interview with Murielle Fellous

Murielle Fellous  is the founder and CEO of Co-parenting with the Universe. She was born and raised in France and lived twenty five years in the United States where she raised three children as a single mother.  When her children became teenagers acting in self-destructive ways she spiralled into depression.