How it all started.
After getting a bachelor’s degree in psychology and nursing, I continued to become a nurse practitioner. I’ve communicated with health professionals in systems all over the United States. I know what it’s like to consult and collaborate with high performers and people from all walks of life.
I’ve delegated, utilized time management, managed and prioritized multiple projects at once in order to maintain the pace of a busy healthcare environment.
Things began to unravel.
I enjoyed my nursing subspecialty but the work environment was taking a toll on me. I felt restricted and out of alignment as there were no opportunities for career growth, staffing concerns, and little support for me to develop as a nurse leader.
I craved growth and a challenge outside of doing the same work every.single.day.
After more than a decade of experiencing long hours, the monotony of the work environment and periods of high stress, I became unengaged. I felt like I was on a hamster wheel going nowhere. I ended up in massive burnout.
I started searching for other opportunities so I could leave my job but my leadership beat me to the punch…