Welcome Savvy Scribes to another episode. This is another workshop we’re doing here at the Savvy nurse writer community, and this is for members, but we also use a little bit of repurposing and we make this into an amazing podcast episode as well. My guest today is Catherine Burger. She and I have been back and forth over the years with many things we’ve done together. And today she’s going to be talking to us about the daily decision of courage and having the courage to fail.
She has been a nurse for 34 years. She’s got the pleasure of working in specialties across a continuum of health care, including labor and delivery, ICU, home health, inventory care, education, and clinical practice consulting. She’s an experienced medical writer and has been published numerous times. She’s been published on Medscape, Minority nurse, and Trusted Health.
Catherine loves mentoring, coaching, and inspiring nurses and nurse leaders to grow into new roles and challenges in order to elevate their profession. She has a website called Nurseleadermastermind.org
She is going to give us a lot of value today. So I hope you enjoy this episode, get a piece of paper and a pen because it’s a good one.
What we’re going to talk about today is actually seven tips about the daily decision of courage and why we must equip ourselves with the courage to fail in order to succeed. We’re only going to talk about three of them here and then members will join us over on Zoom for the rest of the four other tips and you can download and will be able to ask Catherine some questions.
1. The Courage To Think Big
2. The Courage To Make Your Own Rules
3. The Courage To Own It.
4. The Courage To Hear The Truth.
5. The Courage To Find A Purpose And In The Pain.
6. The Courage To Say No.
7. The Courage To Make It Happen.
Learn more about Catherine by visiting her website: https://www.nurseleadermastermind.org/
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