Find Your Ideal Nursing Career through a Change of Shift

by | Jan 24, 2018 | 7 comments

Find Your Ideal Nursing Career through a Change of Shift

Nurses, it is time to trust your gut and go for your dreams. If you find yourself dreading work, not sure if you are in the right job, or even stuck during your shifts- this next guest can teach you a heck of a lot about taking action.

A few take aways from our interview with Christy Hendricks, RN include:
  • How it is never too late to start in on your ideal career goals;
  • What anxiety and panic can teach you about your nursing career;
  • And why misfires can lead to the most successful situations!

Christy Hendricks joins the #yournextshift #podcastChristy Hendricks, RN is a business and marketing consultant for nurse entrepreneurs. She is the owner of Change of Shift, the name of her site and online school, where she provides training and resources for nurse entrepreneurs in business start-up, strategic marketing, branding, and expert positioning. You can find out more and connect with Christy via her website, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, or Twitter.

 

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Thank you, Elizabeth Scala, host of the ‘Your Next Shift’ podcast!

7 Comments

  1. Anne Llewellyn

    Great interview with two good shifters! Glad to know both of you!

    Reply
    • Elizabeth

      Thanks, Anne! You’re certainly another shifter, near and dear to my heart. Appreciate the feedback- glad you enjoyed the show!

      Reply
    • Christy

      Thanks, Anne! You’ve made a nice shift for yourself, too. Here’s to your continued success!

      Reply
  2. Leah Martinez-Davis

    Thanks for sharing. It’s great to listen to another great interview. Christy and I share some similarities. I, too, went straight into the NICU after nursing school, and that’s really my entire clinical background. I also got to the point where I didn’t like where I was; I wasn’t happy all of a sudden. I knew I wanted something that involved professional development. Now that I’m in a nurse educator role, I am happy again. Thank you. I enjoy listening to your podcast.

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    • Elizabeth

      YAY, Leah! So glad to hear that you made the shift to a nursing role that makes you happy. I am so glad that you enjoyed the interview. Feel free to pass the podcast along to another nurse, nursing student, or friend. Enjoy the rest of your day!

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    • Christy

      Leah, your comment warmed my heart! Thank you. It’s always nice to meet another (former) NICU nurse. It’s a hard hit when the specialty that once meant so much, suddenly becomes, well, not so special. I’m glad to hear you found a new love in professional development. You successfully made a Change of Shift! Congratulations, Leah!!

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  3. Caitlin Dolan

    Christy, and Elizabeth. I stumbled across this page while looking for ideas on how to start a business. I relate completely with Christy’s story. I am a L&D nurse, and its all that I know. I love what I do and the population but I am already burnt out after 6 years of nursing. I also cannot picture myself doing another area of bedside nursing if I left this area. On the side I do some community nursing seeing pregnant high risk patients at home. I love teaching and the schedule autonomy but hate the administration aspect of this company. I think I have a good idea for a company but have absolutely no clue how to begin, but I will be following, and this gave me hope so thank you!

    Reply

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