Sep
13
2019

Easy Tips To Finish The Year Strong

We all want to have a year filled with accomplishments. It’s the middle of September leaving us about 110 days left in 2019. Wow, time goes by fast. But there’s still time to make an impact.   Back in January many of us wrote goals and resolutions. Some are completed while others have been abandoned. […]

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Aug
09
2019

How Daily Exercise Fuels Your Productivity

How Daily Exercise fuels your productivity The benefits of regular exercise include weight loss and being in better shape, but it can also increase your productivity at work. Exercise increases blood flow to your brain. It releases feel-good endorphins which improves your mood and makes you more alert. Several studies of employees, who exercise versus […]

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Jul
26
2019

What To Do When Your New Job Becomes a Nightmare

You had terrific interviews, onboarding and orientation was a breeze and you liked everyone you’ve met. Perfect job, right? Wrong! After a few months you realize this isn’t the job they said it would be – more patients, changed shifts and the people, not as easy going as you thought. Your great job is now […]

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Jan
04
2019

How to Start 2019 the Right Way

Start 2019 the Right Way A new year is hopeful and we start it with excitement and a renewed sense of our ability and what we might be able to accomplish. It’s important to figure out the best way to start the year off right and give you self the best possible chance to make […]

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Aug
03
2018

Salary Negotiation Tips for Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants

  As a Advanced Practice Provider, when you get to salary and contract negotiations, it’s important to be ready and knowledgeable.   You need to be firm, diplomatic and detailed.  You should know what you want but ask for it in a way that will help you get it. And remember negotiations are a two-way […]

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Jul
20
2018

5 Ways to Be More Productive

We’re all looking for ways to get more done and be more productive. Follow these tips to make your productivity soar.   Figure out when you’re at your best – I’m a morning person, so I work on my more difficult tasks earlier in the day. If you’re better later in the day, save your […]

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Apr
06
2018

How To Avoid Red Flags On Your Resume

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With all the posts on creating resumes, it’s important to make sure that your resume highlights you in the right way.   What are considered red flags and how to avoid them?   Gaps – employment gaps can be a big red flag as an employer is reviewing your resume. I knew one hiring manager […]

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Mar
25
2018

Salary Negotiation Tips For Advanced Practice Providers

BE SUCCESSFUL NEGOTIATING YOUR NEXT SALARY It doesn’t matter whether you’re starting a new Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant job or trying to get a raise, it’s important to negotiate so you get the best offer. It’s a bit scary but you can do it. Don’t risk feeling cheated and being unhappy.   Here are […]

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Feb
09
2018

8 ways to be more focused at work

We all have trouble staying focused. A co-worker interruption, phone calls, texts, emails and the next minute you know you’ve lost focus and not getting your work done. Learning to focus takes effort and a plan.   Try these 8 tips to stay focused: Get started –  the act of getting started and beginning a […]

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Dec
08
2017

Set goals not resolutions!

The new year is only a few weeks away and people will start their list of resolutions. Don’t. Set goals and not resolutions. The problem with resolutions is they fade, usually pretty fast. You know the – I’m going to loss weight results in a couple of weeks at the gym and then not much […]

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