November 04, 2015 | | Comments 1
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Rock Your Health: Nurses can trade in the old for the new

As a nurse manager or nurse leader, are you hanging on to old behaviors that once were useful but now are not?

For example, do you not speak up when you have the opportunity because you think what you have to say is not important, you are not eloquent, or you think you are not good enough.

To overcome this, first write down one old behavior you cling to that isn’t getting you what you want.

Think about what is the worst thing that could happen if you changed this behavior?

Then think about what are you willing to do to change this behavior?

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Carol Ebert About the Author: Carol Ebert, RN, BSN, MA, CHES, CWP, is a creative force for education and wellness and is a certified wellness practitioner and wellness coach, mindful coaching certification trainer, certified law of attraction facilitator, and certified nutrition advisor. She has been a bedside nurse, school health educator, college health service director, medical center wellness specialist, and mindful coach and trainer. She is now CEO of her own wellness business, She can be emailed at

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  1. To change a habit, you must change the clues that leads you to the action. I suggest you read the book The Power Of Habit by Charles Higg

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