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Being a Founder and a Female

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I am a founder who happens to be a female. Twice this week I had a conversation about the question I’ve been asked often on panels. The question is some variation of “How do you manage being a female in business?” I don’t like this question. I wish it wasn’t a question that was asked… Read more

“I’ll be back in a few minutes..”

This is the truth… (I chuckled when I read it). This reminded me of when I’d come back from the cafeteria around 3:30pm (having started at 7am) with something I grabbed to bring back and eat for lunch on the unit. The unit secretary would see me and tell me something like: “Your patient in… Read more

Nightingale’s Innovative Nurse: (November): Amelia Roberts, RN

  Meet Amelia Roberts, RN What do you love about being a nurse? What I love about being a nurse is the perspective I get! From where I stand, I see life with all that it offers, both problems and solutions. In my nursing role, we deliver patient care in a variety of forms. This viewpoint… Read more

Nightingale’s November Newsletter

Did you catch our November Newsletter? Here’s an excerpt: While I get to share my story, I also get to offer a perspective that perhaps is new. Yet, I hope that perspective lights that initial spark that can be taken back to the workplace and think differently about how to solve some of the challenges faced in… Read more

The power of perseverance.

Perseverance is an essential characteristic when embarking on something new. I was a PhD student for 4 years. Some students took 5 years to complete the degree. Yet, I knew I wouldn’t be able to sustain a fifth year. I needed to finish in 4 years. I spent the first two years of the program… Read more