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Nurse Iconoclasts And Deviating From The Norm, The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 82

The Nurse Keith Show

Nurse Iconoclasts And Deviating From The Norm, The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 82

Are you a nurse iconoclast and mold-breaker? Do you tend to go against the grain or color outside the lines? On episode 82 of The Nurse Keith Show, holistic career…
November 11, 2016
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Nurse Iconoclasts And Deviating From The Norm, The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 82

Are you a nurse iconoclast and mold-breaker? Do you tend to go against the grain or color outside the lines?

On episode 82 of The Nurse Keith Show, holistic career coach Keith “Nurse Keith” Carlson discusses how nurses need to resist the internalized oppression that keeps us feeling that we need to do things the way other people say we should. Coloring outside the lines can be fun and exciting, and if you want to march to the beat of our own nurse drummer, so be it! 

This episode of The Nurse Keith Show is sponsored by StaffGarden, a digital healthcare company offering a free, unique, and secure online ePortfolio for nurses who want access to exciting employment opportunities they won’t find anywhere else. 

Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur.

Show notesFind Keith on the following platforms: 

NurseKeith.com

Facebook.com/NurseKeithCoaching

Twitter.com/nursekeith

Instagram.com/nursekeithcoaching

Keith’s award-winning blog, Digital Doorway

Keith’s new book, “Savvy Networking for Nurses

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