Why Nursing Is A Growing Industry and Why It Is A Wise Career Choice

The country has experienced nursing shortages for decades, but an aging population means the problem is getting worse. More nurses than ever will be needed going into the future. Check out this article to see why nursing is a growing industry and why it is a wise career choice. theatln.tc/2f3bHqL  

You Are a Genius

Yes, You Are a Genius!!!

I think people spend WAY too much time trying to compensate for their weaknesses. Seriously, there is so much that we’re GOOD at…why do we focus so much on fixing the “bad” stuff? I propose a challenge: Today, every time you catch yourself trying to compensate for your weaknesses, turn your attention to the things […]

You Are a Genius

You Are a Genius!

5 Ways To Tell If You’ve Found Your GENIUS ZONE You get lost in what you’re doing and time passes quickly. You’re better at it than most people you know. People tell you how much THEY enjoy what you do. People frequently ASK you to do your thing and TEACH them how to do it […]

Nursing Consultant, Diann Martin PhD, RN, Signs Publishing Deal With ClebrityPress to Co-Author Mastering the Art of Success

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Nursing Consultant, Diann Martin PhD, RN, Signs Publishing Deal With CelebrityPress® To Co-Author Mastering the Art of Success Founder of RoadScholarsRN, Dr. Diann Martin, will team up with other leading entrepreneurs and professionals, including Best-Selling Author® Jack Canfield, to release the new book, Mastering the Art of Success. Wilmette, IL – Health Services Educator Dr. […]

Where Do You Feel Your Pain?

Over the last few  months I have attended four national nurse educator conferences and have used the graphic below to market my consulting services to nursing education leaders. Most people smile and nod and take a copy of the flyer with them as they leave my exhibit. I like to tell people that I have […]

Hoarding, clutter

Hoarding Disorder – What You Need To Know

As a visiting nurse in the 1970s-1990s I recall a subset of clients who lived almost as prisoners in their homes. They were hoarders and their lifestyle and  reality were yet to make a hit on reality TV or even be discussed by providers. I recall as a nursing manager in home health when a […]