I’ve experienced first hand how stress can ruin one’s life.
My father was the first non-MD hospital administrator in the USA and president of the Association of Mental Health Administrators during the deinstitutionalization period in the 1970s.
He was tasked to take on very stressful jobs and
he died way too young (50) because of it.
It was hard for me to grow up without a dad.
Once I joined the workforce as a nurse, I began to
see the reality of how stress can influence one’s choices.
At work I noticed that everyone approached challenges
differently. Piecing together observations and results
then testing them on my own, I noticed a pattern.
Having this knowledge, successful mentors and
a burning passion to NOT let stress get the best of me,
I set up my plan to live a full and meaningful life.
I didn’t want to just live for my days off.
I wanted to THRIVE! Make my life count.
And that is what I did! I had a successful career as a nurse in many different specialties all while maintaining my health, building my wealth and enjoying meaningful relationships and experiences.
I built my life resume all while having the time of my life.
Then I began to coach others how to do the same. Soon
my content alone became mandatory meetings for
nurse managers/supervisors and nurse interns.
After my success, many testimonials and data to prove my information reduced OTHER nurses' stress levels (below benchmark)
I knew I was on to something!