You deserve 4 days away. You need time to breathe and remember why you love your job. You need to talk with colleagues to keep your perspective. And 4 days at Fetch, a dvm360 conference, gives you the opportunities you need.
> Goal setting: When you register, you’ll set some clear goals that reflect the issues you’ve got on your mind. And then over the course of the event, you’ll arm yourself to make whatever one or two changes you decide should come to the top of your list.
> Perspective taking: At Fetch, you’ll find (painless) opportunities built into your experience that let you hear what other veterinary professionals are struggling with, how they’re managing, and what they’d like to do differently. So you can steal the great ideas. And you can see that you’re not alone.
> Time away: You can order in, control the remote, and go to bed early. You can stay out, drink wine, and go to bed late. Whatever gives you more of that “I got away” feeling. And you can fill your head with new ideas outside of the pressure of everyday practice.
Tell your team you need to go get smart. It’s true. Fetch in San Diego offers a well-organized brain food buffet. All the CE you care to attend served up by more than 75 expert veterinary educators + a friendly, relaxed, comfortable vibe.
But you’re also getting away for a few days. And not just because you deserve it. Although you do. But time away also helps you see the world differently. This is your chance to get inspired.
Stop thinking about why you can’t get away. And start thinking about the steps you’d like to take to boost your enthusiasm about your work. These are the 4 days you need to arm yourself for the other 361 in practice.