Break Goals Down to Reach Greater Success!
As a nurse, you have options when it comes to setting goals and going for career changes. Sometimes those goals can become overwhelming, causing you to lose faith and not take the next step. This next guest is sure to inspire AND give you practical step-by-step advice on how to break things down into doable chunks… so that you can take action!
A few take aways from our interview with Damaris Maria Grossmann RN, BSN, HNB-BC, (DNPc-2018) include:
- How infusing passion into your work creates balance;
- What a back injury can teach you about holistic modalities;
- And why having a boring regimen can help you reach career goals!
Damaris Maria Grossmann RN, BSN, HNB-BC, (DNPc-2018) is an integrative health nurse, wellness educator, yoga therapist, and researcher. She has been a nurse for 11 years with experience in acute care, rehabilitation, community health and long-term care. Damaris continues her studies at Rutgers in the Doctor of Nursing program (May, 2018). She is a US Navy Veteran and served in the Global War on Terrorism in the military for 16 years. Damaris provides integrative health modalities of yoga, handmade health products, mindfulness, meditation, breathwork, and guided Imagery- both in the clinical and private setting of Health Connections Wellness, LLC. You can find out more and connect with Damaris via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Google+, YouTube, and on her website.
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