Yes, working the holidays suck. But would you rather work the holiday… or be the patient?
Let’s try and remember how our patient’s holiday is going? Stop bitching. The holiday work is not going anywhere. Most of us work a job that is 24/7/365. We don’t get to ‘close up shop’ just because the calendar tells you it’s a recognized national holiday.
Maybe we could try and make our patient’s holiday a little brighter?
I want to thank every Nurse out there who has (or soon will) clock in during the Holiday (which is probably most Nurses in our profession).
And here’s to the next Holiday when we will all have to figure out who’s going to ‘cover the shift’.
I appreciate you taking one for the team and allowing the others to spend the day with their family.
The sacrifices we make are never-ending.
Check out the video below. Click the title, head on over to my Facebook page and leave me a comment.
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If everyone likes you, you must be doing something wrong. Or so the saying goes.
I posted this on my Facebook Fan Page recently:
Boy oh boy. What a polarizing response. I mean the haters came outta the woodwork on this one.
After a handful of hater comments and hater messages I decided to make a video response:
It’s all in fun. It was for a good laugh. And for the most part, everyone got it. But some didn’t. [oopsies]
According to many sources, you’re not doing your job if everyone agrees or if everyone likes you. The greatest managers won’t please everyone.
I remember reading somewhere.. something about pleasing everyone means you’re not making a stance, but simply being a pushover. That you have to pick a side eventually. Walking down the middle of the road will eventually get you hit.
Sure, we’re talking social media habits and hilarity.. but you get my point.