It’s hard to believe it’s already mid-June. I hope you’re finding time to embrace the summer season and all the brightness it has to offer.
To effect an exciting change in your life or legal nurse consulting business you have to first make small intentional changes.
In his new book, One + One Is One, Howard Caesar shares strategies for creating oneness which is our natural state.
Realizing a vision doesn’t mean blindly stepping off a cliff or dropping your paycheck on lottery tickets and trusting you’ll win. Skydivers carefully pack their own parachutes, scuba divers check their own gear and entrepreneurs write business plans.
I’m Italian, so I’m not one to shove feelings under the carpet, but I’m always at my best when I coddle feelings a little less by getting myself in motion.
Life might not be as good as you’re hoping for, but it’s always better than you think it is.
RNs save lives. It doesn’t get any better than that if you want to feel good about oneself and one’s mission on this earth.
Am I the only one who’s noticed that civility is becoming a thing of the past? Whether we’re on social media or on a crowded airplane (think about the recent United incident) it’s more common today to encounter a level of rudeness that was unacceptable just ten years ago.
What spews out of your mouth has impact on you and others. Is that attorney difficult or feisty? Is your legal nurse consultant subcontractor slow or appropriately thorough?
Children have such a beautiful way of looking at the world. My 8-year-old niece, Reese, wakes up every morning fully expecting to have the time of her life. She handles everything that comes her way with alacrity – even when she doesn’t get the ice cream or Hatchimal she wants.