My Nursing Goals: Do Good in This World

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My Nursing Goals- Do Good in This World

I was thinking about my life goals and nursing goals and have decided that my primary goal is to do good in this world. But, there is a bit more to it. Ever years the goals that I have as a nurse evolve slightly. I set new objectives for career aspirations, education, and networking. However, at the very core of who I am, some goals will remain the same. I’m constantly striving for them.

My Nursing Goals

Before I became a one, I had no idea what it’s like to be a nurse. I didn’t know what my nursing goals would be. While earning a decent living is one of the reasons I decided to become a nurse. It isn’t the primary reasons. Although, some of the highest paid nurses can earn over $100,000 a year!

Nursing Goal: Helping Others

One of my primary nursing goals is to help as many people as possible and impact the world dramatically. I’m not sure what that means in terms of quantity, but I’m going to keep going until I feel fulfilled. However, given my entrepreneurial nature, that may never occur. It’s no mistake that I chose nursing as a career. I am here on this earth to be of service to others and nursing is a great field in which to do it.

Nursing Goal: Uplifting the Nursing Profession

When I first started blogging I had a lot of disgust for the environment I was in. I wrote a lot of blogs complaining about that environment, the people I worked with, and how nurses treated each other in general. It was not uplifting and provided no value to anyone. At the time it felt therapeutic, but ultimately I was just wallowing in my own misery and not making progress to dig myself out of the hole that I now know I helped create.

I have removed any posts that would be perceived as negative or listed specific work events. This opportunity for reflection has allowed me to perform a full social media audit as I plan for my future goals as a nurse.

Nursing Goal: Patients and Nurses Will Know How Much I care

I want to make sure that my compassion and care for nurses and the patients they serve is always obvious. The love I have for my profession should never be overshadowed by any personal conflicts I am experiencing. There is always another path I can go on. Always another opportunity to fall in love with nursing again.. I take so much pride in my chosen career. I really think I picked a field where I can make a difference, and that is all I really ever want to be known about my nursing.

Nursing Goal: Practice with Faith

I want to use my faith and relationship with God to further my work. Through prayer and perseverance, I will amplify my abilities and fulfill my purpose in whatever manner God see’s fit.

Nursing Goal: Do Good in This World

Ultimately, I want to do good in this world. I want the earth the be a better place because I was in it. I want nurses to have more fulfilling careers because of the resources and support I’ve provided them. I want technology to empower and enable more nurses and patients to live happier and more fulfilled lives.

What are your nursing goals?

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7 thoughts on “My Nursing Goals: Do Good in This World”

  1. Pingback: 10 Reasons Why My Coworkers Don't Read My Nursing Blog - The Nerdy Nurse

  2. Your post reminded me of Bob Seger’s “Rock and Roll Never Forgets”, specifically the part about “worry about your dignity”.

    I think you’re on the right track. Given that online we’re limited in how we can communicate with others compared to on-the-ground and in-person, it’s smart to reflect on what you say before clicking SUBMIT.

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  4. It is my hope that good will overcome. I have faith that God will give me the strength to see this through and the the right thing.
    thank you for the kind words

  5. I think things happen when we need them to happen. You posted things when you felt you needed to and now you seem to have gathered the strength to go forth and save lives! Have a great day!!!!

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