075: Getting Over The Fear Of Imperfection w/ Bronwen Foster
Continuing on with Brownen Foster on this Part 2 episode, we are getting to some audience questions and learning what exactly goes on in the background that fosters Bronwen’s compassionate and calming presence. Catch up on Part 1 of our conversation.
A relief vet and acupuncturist, Bronwen has started living life by her own rules and has found peace by focusing on the positives. Today Bronwen encourages us to reach out, find a team and gain some perspective on your options. Learn how to become okay with not being perfect, ways to set boundaries and expectations within the clinic, and discover when you need to swallow your pride and ask for help.
A guiding light on this confusing path, Bronwen knows what it's like to hate your job and provides great tools to help you gain the experiences you desire and create the habits you deserve.
What do you admire most about Bronwen's attitude and passion for true happiness? Share with us in the comments below!
In This Episode
What to do when you are feeling insecure in your job
Cues to help set specific boundaries without being rude
The importance of getting out of your comfort zone during vet school
How to gain self-awareness and tap into your inner balance
Steps to foster your ability to deal with life's difficulties
“Reach out and ask another opinion, shutting down the ego a little bit and putting on your ‘I’m open to learning’ face, and just being open to getting others opinions and being okay that that person figured it out. And being gracious for that, because you know it's going to come back.” (4:51)
“Take control of your rooms for sure and what people are telling you.” (14:07)
“It's quality, right? It's about connecting quickly with that person so that they trust you, and then getting your stuff done. Whenever you do that it always ends up positive.” (17:37)
“It's not about the grades, try and learn what you can and experience what you can. It really gets hard in vet school because it's so competitive, and that kind of breeds perfectionism, so be the one person that doesn’t want to be a perfectionist.” (22:16)
“If I want to do something and maybe I don't have all the money, I still do it and it works out. You know the law of attraction, and doing enough of that to where it just starts flowing, you just allow it to flow.” (35:43)