Nursing

5 Keys to Success in The Healthcare Industry

Congratulations, you’ve landed your first career in the healthcare industry! Rest assured; you’ve made a phenomenal choice! The medical field is always growing, boasts many of the highest paying careers in America, and allows you to see the very tangible difference you make in patients’ lives. In our efforts to partner with you on your…

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3 Goal Setting Tips for Healthcare Writers in 2017

As we are approaching the end of the year, it’s time to start thinking about next year’s goal for you and your business.  It doesn’t have to be rocket science, but it does need to make you think! You have put a lot of work into building yourself up to starting a business, and now you…

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Bridging the Social Media Skills Gap

Social media literacy is fast becoming a source of competitive advantage in the workplace. Just ask my young friend, Lauren Wiebe! A couple weeks ago, I was thrilled to receive this note from Lauren, who is graduating with a degree in Social Work and was one of the marrvy Summer 2015 interns with the Midwest Cancer…

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8 Reasons Nurses Need a LinkedIn Profile

Why is  LinkedIn so important to nurses? Because, dear friends, relationships lead to success! No matter how technical the world gets, opportunities still happen through people.   As my Dad always told me, “It’s not always what you know, its who you know.” We have so many ways to stay in touch with people we would have…

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#NurseBlogLove : Nurse Blog Carnival Top 10 in 2015

This was a big year for me. It’s the year I FINALLY decided to launch my blog.  It’s the year I decided to truly invest myself in my love of writing and creating.  It’s the year I began a journey to discover how I can weave my talents for connecting, coaching, writing and curating into…

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Positively Deviant Nurses – Why Not?

  Pretty sure my mom would say my questioning the status quo started at a very young age . . . “If I said the moon was white, you would say it was black…just to be different.” I recall feeling frustrated when my kindergarten teacher did not want me to ‘color outside the lines.’ Why…

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