Bring Your Whole Self into Your Career: EPS 032

by | Mar 2, 2016 | 0 comments

Our next guest is full of enthusiasm, energy and enlightened experiences. Listening to this episode will not only inspire you, it will remind you to check in with your passions as they relate to your career… and your life!

A few take aways from our interview with Cathleen:

  • How self growth equates to career growth;
  • What bringing the whole self into practice really means;
  • And why enjoying a diverse nursing career can create professional success!

 

Cathleen Kelly on the Your Next Shift podcast #yournextshiftCathleen Kelly, RN, BSN, HN-BC, RM is the Sole Proprietor of Holistic Horizons, a nurse-healer practice located in West Monroe, New York.  Ms. Kelly assists both medical professionals and lay persons to integrate aspects of healing, self-care, and intuition with traditional healthcare practices using practical, self-help tools including Reiki, Reflexology, Meditation, and Kundalini Yoga. You can find out more about and contact Cathleen via her website, Holistic Horizons.

 

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