I hear people say all the time “I could not do your job”. I can understand what they mean – but they don’t see what I do on the inside, the most rewarding job and the most exhausting job at the same time.
Nursing burn out rate is high and the turnover in the field is large. Nursing affects the mindset of the care giver when they stop taking care of themselves first.
What is mindset?
It is a fixed mental attitude or disposition that decides how a person will respond to situations that arise daily. Without consciously being aware of your thoughts you will respond to situations by the things we input into our minds daily.
Our brain space is just like a computer and the computer runs by what is programmed into the data base. You can pre-wire you brain to think and see things that others do not notice by:
1. Observing people’s responses
2. Hearing the trigger words they use
3. Noticing the trends and patterns they use.
Nursing is leadership with Influence
You have met that person that everyone likes to be around, talk too and seems to be very popular. Have you ever wondered what it was that draws people to that person?
It is their influence, attitude and mindset. They become like a magnet to people who enjoy the positive energy they give off from how they think and how they make you feel.
* Observe how you influence others by how they respond to you
* Observe how others influence other people around them. What do you like and what do you not like about the responses.
* Nursing is like marketing. You are looking for what works best for your customer/co-worker. Either in treatment, medication or listening
A nurse who’s mindset has been trained to look, listen and feel you will hear people’s symptoms and problem many times before they actually tell you. The mindset of a nurse can be that is a highly trained investigator by using the most neglected tool they own…the mind.
Would you like to be around a team that is powerful, positive and encouraging? Most people do. Nurses, who still love to nurse, care and respond but are also feeling the burn of over giving, and stress which is a perk for the field. Are looking for a way to still use their leadership skills by stepping outside the box of 13 hour shifts, floor nursing, piles of unsigned doctor’s orders, not enough staff, and who knows what a break for lunch is.
Nurses in Transition can begin right here with us.
- Daily Training
- Positive Community Support
- Private access
- The ability to work within a team and quick reasoning skills
Click this link to learn more about a daily, positive influencing community who are marketing to a new skill in transition from nursing.|
Angela Brooks Nurse, speaker, author of “The Nurse Voice”, social media expert that has revolutionized MLM with social Media. She is setting a model of how to build relationships online, through social media, blogging and email. Caring for her family with natural health that caused them to forget who their doctor’s name was.
She was also named #22 in the Top 50 Blog of 2012, She is #2 in over all team volume, teaching her team to how to do business outside the box.