Mike Paul, DVM
A simple process for managing an overwhelming to-do list can make you more productive — and less stressed — in no time.
What we can all learn from rulers in ancient times about how to be good leaders—and good citizens—today.
In every corner of the world, people are doing their part to thwart the spread of COVID-19. dvm360 columnist Dr. Mike Paul shares what he’s experiencing on the tiny island of Anguilla.
You may not have the title of “boss” or “manager” at your veterinary practice, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be a leader. Here’s how to prepare yourself for a leadership role.
As society evolves, veterinary practices must adapt to new norms. Today, gender is one of those areas where a “new normal” means you have to adjust how you address employees and clients who may not think as you do.
I struggle with New Year's resolutions, too. Here are ways to make sure your resolutions (veterinary or otherwise) to grow and change this year have a better chance to stick.