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So you are going to attend an in-person conference. Your excitement builds until you remember—you’re an introvert.
Mingling with strangers. Attending countless lectures. Engaging in small talk. These make you reconsider your decision already.
But fret not, my introverted friend.
You can reap the rewards of a conference without burning yourself out.
Will you believe in yourself? Will you say your idea out loud?
When I started writing about non-clinical careers in vet med, it was an idea I kept quiet in my head for a LONG time. To be honest, I was so shy about the idea, about standing out or being a tall poppy that for a long time I just researched it, getting deep into articles about how to build a website and blog. Imagine if I had never done anything? I’d have missed out on a lot of cool things.
Why is change so hard to make happen?
I remember how “easy” it was for me to set my mind to applying o vet school. It was arduous, and hard to study that much, but I did it with relative ease. As one of the co-captains of my household, I want to re-distribute chores with my kids, and I’ll be honest, the task seems as hard as hiking the Himalayas in high heels.
As a mom, professional, and CEO, I’ve felt like I was on the edge of managing way too much many times. Life can be overwhelming, and I know I’m not alone. At those times, I’ve made changes. Big ones.
Changed jobs. Got help. Been blunt.
If this has ever been you, or if you’re at that breaking point where you feel stuck and unable to continue, riding a wobbly bicycle on the edge of “this is way too much”…. Stop your scroll.
Come back to me.