Although this was recorded during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the information provided is valuable at any time. While many nurses are working overtime in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic others are working from home, working fewer hours, or are no longer working.
Want to work outside the hospital walls? Try Home Health Nursing. Home Health nursing can be a satisfying niche for nurses who are independent, have some nursing experience, and would like to care for patients outside of the hospital walls. Like all new jobs and specialties, there is a transition period to overcome. In this article we will discuss what home health nurses do, what makes this specialty non-traditional, the challenges these nurses face, how the author transitioned from hospital to home care, and how to thrive in this specialty.
#009 – Sometimes, by tweaking your way of thinking, you can turn your life around completely. I know because I’ve been there.
Today’s episode is inspired by a listener’s email. She asked what I had done in the past that didn’t work out, and how I pivoted and changed that. Thinking about it, the list is actually long. But this one stood out to me as something I want to share with you because it’s more of a mindset. Once I realized I was 100% responsible for my own job/career satisfaction, everything changed for me. It totally made a difference in the success of my nursing career.
I want you to be happy with your career. I want you to love your career. So in this episode, I want to share what I learned with you and how this simple mind shift change helped me. I’m hoping it can help you too.
#008 – In this episode, we answered our first listener question. This listener is looking for a work from home nursing job. She got a few interviews with no real job offers. This episode provides tips and suggestions to help you become a stay at home nurse.
Working remotely as a nurse may have been a dream in the past but now it is a reality. Just imagine having no commute, working in a quieter and more comfortable place, and maybe even increasing your productivity as a result. You want a nursing career that best suits you and your lifestyle. Maybe working from home is for you too.
Have you ever paused for a moment and thought “Five years from now, what would my dream life look like?”
Several years ago, I wrote on a piece of paper what my dream life would look like – working 100% from home, paying off all my debts, taking my family on the beach vacation of a lifetime, and the ability to give to others. Two years later, I found that piece of paper, and every one of those dreams came true.
Millions of people use social media every day. And social media is no longer just a platform for communicating. People, organizations, and companies all over the world can see your social media profile. And the people who are considering hiring you? They’re looking.
In this episode, we will look at the results from a 2015 Recruiter Nation Survey where hiring managers and recruiters were asked about how social media impacted their decision in hiring a candidate.
Three years after starting my entrepreneurial journey I was living on the beach in Mexico. This didn’t happen by accident, I had a plan, a 5-year plan. With hard work and a lot of sacrifices, I was able to reach my 5-year goal in 3 years!
The most successful entrepreneurs have something in common with nurses, their desire to help people. Because nurses have a strong desire to help others they make great entrepreneurs and run successful businesses. But it takes more than a strong desire to help others to be successful at entrepreneurship. In this episode, you will learn about the transferable qualities and traits that nurses bring to business and entrepreneurship.
Nursing is a great career choice if you know how to use it to your advantage. The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast will inspire and equip you to do just that! It’s a mix of interviews, special co-hosts, and solo shows from Deanna, that you’re not going to want to miss. Hit subscribe now and get ready to change your life.