Vet SuccessKit

Unlock the key
to a life and career
you love

Let's take a step back in time...

If you’re anything like I was, you graduated with a vet degree and felt like you’d MADE IT!

You could FINALLY put ‘Dr’ in front of your name, you were armed with your
stethoscope and ready to set out in the world and start helping animals one by one.

As the success story of your family, you were envied by your non-vet friends and all
those people out there who were ‘going to be a vet’

So how come it doesn’t feel like you are living your dream now?

Let's take INVENTORY...

All those years at vet school and sitting through all those lectures, made you think you would know your stuff and could figure out what was going on with a sick patient.

And if you didn’t, well that’s what textbooks are for – right?

Newsflashthere is no chapter on the dog that’s ‘not himself’. You have to make decisions on which tests to run and what treatment to start but you’re scared of getting it wrong.

Or worse – you run a bunch of tests and they are all normal. Now you’ve spent all the client’s money and you have to tell them you STILL don’t know why their pet is sick. The anxiety can be overwhelming.

There are some clients who think you are amazing – they trust you 100% with their four-legged fam and listen carefully to your advice.

But then there are those other pet owners who seem to question everything you say or worse, stand there in stoney silence  radiating skepticism as you try to explain your recommendations for their pet. Why is it so hard to get these ‘difficult clients’ on the same page with you?

Problem is, you don’t always know these clients before you walk in the consult room so you feel ambushed when they come along and exhausted when they leave. And their pet often doesn’t get the treatment you know they need, leaving you feeling angry and defeated.

These feelings don’t stop once you leave work, either. You often take them home with you, which can make it hard to enjoy yourself outside of work hours.

You’d love to get your health on track and clean up your diet but how are you supposed to do that when you have five minutes to stuff some food in your mouth between a spey and a lumpectomy surgery?

And as for working out and looking after your body – it’s a struggle to get enough routine in your day to plan a regular time to hit the gym or get active.

You want so much more out of life and lately, it doesn’t seem like the veterinary career path is giving you the freedom to have all that. You can’t imagine swapping to another job but at the same time you’re thinking to yourself…

What happened to that childhood dream
of being a happy animal doctor?

Those same family and friends who were so proud of you for getting into vet school are now saying, “you must be mad to stay in a career where the pay, hours and stress are getting you down.”

But let’s admit it, the fact is – you love being able to make a difference and being a vet is part of who you are as a person.  

Being the high achiever that you are, you think that you’d be able to figure out
the answers to these problems pretty quickly but you don’t know where to start.

It doesn’t matter how many webinars you sign up for on metabolic diseases, or
conferences you go to learn from all the specialists you aspire to be like… it doesn’t chase
away that sinking feeling that you might make a mistake or face a confrontation at work today that you are not ready to deal with.

And as much as you love working with animals, every consultation brings the necessity to discuss costs of treatment with the pet owners which is a reality of the job that you wish didn’t exist. 

Even as rewarding as this job may be, you can’t help feeling like there’s so much more life you’d rather be living.

How do you manage these long hours AND have the happiness and vitality you’ve been craving?!

so why does this feel like the opposite of ‘living the vet dream’?

what you want is REAL and it IS possible.

Not only that, but you DESERVE to feel confident in yourself as a vet, 

You deserve not be daunted by conversations with pet owners but instead to deeply connect with them and start to build a partnership together for the wellbeing of their animal.

You deserve to fall in love with your work and create a lifestyle around your career that you enjoy.

One that ultimately supports your overall health and wellbeing where you can FEEL GOOD every day knowing you’re truly living your life purpose as the amazing dedicated vet you are while also being the amazing human you are outside of your career.

A lifestyle where you’ve learned how to balance work and life and have found ways to make your health, mental well being, and overall happiness the core priority in your life. So much so, that you show up to the clinic full of positive energy + confidence ready to support any patient with any problem.

You CAN have all this.

And it starts here, NOW.


Your coach and mentor on this journey towards discovering your greatest self.

I’m a highly experienced veterinarian and business owner and I have a business and life that I love––but it wasn’t always like this. I’ve been through a lot of the challenges you face now so I deeply understand where you’re coming from.

I graduated from the University of Queensland in 2000 and for my very first job, I worked in mixed practice in the Brisbane Valley. But I craved adventure. So, I moved to the UK for a 12-month stint working abroad.

Like many Aussie vets who work in the UK, I ended up loving the experience and staying for 5 years. After positions at large and small practices, as well as locuming, I began to consider specialising as a surgeon. However, my mindset changed in 2006 when I started working at an emergency hospital.

When I moved back to Australia, I started mentoring other veterinarians at Animal Emergency Service during a time of huge transition. The team grew from 6 vets to 22 clinicians, ranging from new graduates, right through to experienced vets transitioning into the fast-paced and challenging field of emergency and critical care.

Since then, I’ve worked with multiple coaches and invested a lot of time (and money) into finding better ways to work, live and get the most out of life

By working with coaches and diving into my own personal development, I’ve gained confidence in my ability to handle whatever the job (and life) can throw at me – and coached others to do the same.

That’s why I created the vet success kit…

I know what it’s like to feel the pressure of an intense job, all the while trying to be a good mum, partner and keep my health on track.

And through years and years of practice – and lots of mistakes, experiments and risks – I’ve found out what works. Now I want to share that with you, so you too can feel the joy of a beautiful life and fulfilling career (without the doubt and fear).

The Vet Success Kit is an 8 week program covering the key areas designed to help you build the life you want and career you’ve dreamed of since you first started out.


Inside the program, you’ll hop on weekly LIVE mentorship calls and get 1:1 support for any questions you have related to that week’s module content. You’ll also have the opportunity to have ONE private 1:1 session with Alex to dive deeper on any blocks, resistance or fears you have on a deeper level so you can make the most of your time in the program.


You’ll be taking the program alongside an intimate group of other high vibe, motivated vets who want balance in their lives, just like you. You’ll have 24/7 access to the program’s Facebook Group (our own vet Tribe Community) to ask questions, connect and celebrate wins. This is where you can bond with your vet tribe, share your wins, receive support and build lifelong friendships with other vets in the program.


This is an action-oriented program. I’ll teach you exactly how to do something and then you execute it that week. This isn’t just a ‘course’, although you do get access to all the Core Modules, including videos and guides from Alex. In the course content, you’ll deep dive into all the strategies, frameworks and systems you need to know to accelerate your journey to a life and career that others will be envious of!



If you’re a hardworking vet, then you know how difficult it can be to balance an unpredictable work schedule with your personal life. What you might not know is that the idea of work/life balance is a total myth. We’ll dive into your fears and take stock of the beliefs that are holding you back from getting the fulfilling career I know you want and deserve.


In your everyday life as a vet, the pressures of long hours and exhausting conversations with stressed owners can really get you down. You might have already forgotten what brings you joy in your mission as a veterinarian. How would it feel if you were excited at the thought of going to work everyday? I’ll help you unlock your passion for making a difference in the lives of pets and create positive emotion around your career.


It’s said that in structure there is freedom. Using the roadmap we created for you, I’ll give you some insanely good tips to help hack your productivity. This will allow you to achieve much more within the same 168 hours we all have each week. You'll identify the rituals and habits that will have the biggest impact on daily life and then get set to implement and watch your productivity skyrocket!


Nothing occurs in reality without ACTION! Too often we are waiting for things to be ready or just right or for ourselves to be good enough to get started. Together we identify the moves you need to make every day, learn how to bypass motivation and how to gain the momentum to propel you forward. This is where the rubber really hits the road and I won’t lie – it will require a lot of hard work, BUT it will be worth it!


We often think our confidence is correlated with what we know and how SMART we are but not so! I’ll give you a step-by-step process to help change the way you think and feel about confidence including overcoming imposter syndrome, understanding the power of body language and how to feel confident when talking to your clients about treatment plans and estimates, so their pets get the right care they need to get back on all fours.


Balancing strange work hours with your desire to spend more time with your family and friends – as well as take care of your health – is a real challenge. We’ll look at your current self-care routine and pick it apart. We’ll then put it back together in a way that’s sustainable, where you have time for yourself and all the other amazing things you want to do to live your #bestlife.


You’ll learn how to develop deep connections with both colleagues and clients to create positive partnerships and achieve the best for your patients. To do this, you will learn how to master empathy, understand the value of trust and develop rapport with those around you. Why is this important? It’s so you can go home at the end of the day feeling energised and happy knowing you are valued as a veterinarian.


G.R.I.T. stands for Guts, Resilience, Initiative and Tenacity. G.R.I.T. is what gets you out of bed in the morning (or afternoon) after a 12-hour shift, excited to go straight back and do it all over again. I’ll give you valuable tools to keep you on track even when setbacks hit you (and they will!) and mentor you on how to create a life you love!

What our students say...

Here’s my guarantee…

I’m SO passionate about helping you succeed as a vet in getting the life you want, that if you’re not happy with the course after 90 days, I’ll give you a full refund.* 

After working with Alex for the past 5 years, I’ve learned to embrace my success as an advancing emergency veterinarian and to own my success and also my mistakes.

So if you are losing motivation or you've got the motivation and you just don’t know what to do with it, then Alex truly has the tools and the lifetime of knowledge to help you succeed.

I can’t count the number of times that I’ve called her with a new crazy idea or just to check something.

I know that with her support, I can take that leap of faith.

The other most valuable thing about working with Alex is that she gives you honest feedback, and it’s this honest feedback which is most important. It allows you to grow and improve but she does it in the kindest way.

It is no secret that working in the veterinary industry is hard and we all aim to for that elusive success in our work and in our personal lives.

When I met Alex I was in vet school and here I am working alongside her five years later. She mentored me through vet school and into my career as a new graduate going straight into being an emergency veterinarian. And the biggest lesson she has taught me is that mentality and mental strength is everything and sometimes you have to forget what people are going to think to achieve success.

Alex is supportive, courageous and inspiring. And you’ll know with her by your side that your goals never seem too big.

Dr Brooke Schampers
Emergency Veterinarian

“But Alex, I don’t know if I have TIME for your course––how can I fit it all in?!”

By investing in yourself, you’re investing in your future.

Being a vet isn’t easy, but it also doesn’t have to be THIS HARD. To stay in the game for the long haul, you need to develop a few key skills to keep your physical, mental and emotional health in check. 

You’ll build those skills (and more) in the Vet Success Kit so you can take back the wheel and start to live the incredible life I know you’ve been looking for.


  • you’re a practicing veterinarian.
  • you’re sick of being exhausted and want more energy to do the things you love (including be an amazing vet).
  • you’re ready to take control of every part of your life and see REAL change.
  • you want to take better care of yourself, but you’re not exactly sure what will actually work.
  • you’re ready to go to the next level in your career and life.
  • you can’t imagine your life without your job as a vet, but it feels hard to sustain.
  • you’re 100% committed to making a better life for yourself.


  • you’re a student studying to become a veterinarian (although I’m still here to support you in other ways).
  • you want to learn about a particular surgery or procedure (this is NOT a clinical course).
  • you don’t see the value in talking about your experience or hearing the experience of others.
  • you’re not ready to change your life.
  • you would prefer just to complain about your job, your life and your relationships.

So you’ve made it this far, and you’re still sitting on the fence wondering:

I get it. You take great pride in your success and accomplishments, it feels silly to think of asking someone for help when it comes to feeling more whole, fulfilled, balanced, and grounded between your career and your life.

But here’s the secret sauce that no one’s talking about…

You don’t have to stay stuck in the stress of the vet hamster wheel.

You can say goodbye to the constant state of overwhelm and frustration AND make your vet career something you LOVE again and get your life back. 

The best part?


I’m here for you, ready to show you EXACTLY how to do it.

So if you’re ready to stop playing small + you’re done with the stress/overwhelm for good, hit the APPLY button below and let’s get started.