Thanks to the huge success of Art Tips ‘The Power of Now, a Personal Inspirational Journey in the Life of a Buddhist Monk Kawkakkula’, art has now entered the mainstream, and in this Medium Education Week I have launched a simple guide for nurses called ‘Leaders’. ‘
The purpose of this guide is to provide insights into the role of nurses and in light of the epidemic and the declining number of nurses in our community, and the immediate need to meet everyone’s needs, we need to work together to create an ecosystem that can reduce mortality and save lives.
And without further ado, let me introduce you to the whole team to read this article below which will serve as a reminder to the more interested readers you may be.
Since I’m writing this content in English only, I’m inviting you to view the profiles of the other three groups in Medium. Check them out and let me know what you like!
Join the team and leave a comment below and you can always find comments in your node. I plan to include the following tips, activities and what I’m doing right now in your newsletters as I publish.
1. Writing regularly and being engaged in different activities
This may seem a bit strange to a writer but writing constantly inspires you and most of the time you come to write the first thing in the morning. Getting up every morning is enough for a challenge but then you feed it a little and keep going you will maintain a new outlook.
So have a cup of tea, have breakfast and do something else. Must write but must be active. Find something that you enjoy and feel safe doing. It reminds you that you are not alone and that you are in it all together!
2. Be present
In the distant past, the word ‘attention’ has come up with many negative connotations especially if you don’t know someone who has a prescription for it. The term ‘attention’ when used in a medical context refers to how a person is paying close attention to a person and what is happening around them. Art Tips It can not be applied in everyday life! In the medical context, the eye is not always looking at us as strictly as we would like. No care and no special guardian. I’m sure I’m not the only one who says that.
If you interact with a group of similarly dynamic people, it is very easy to agree with each other. Art Tips Let’s work together as a team and learn to be less closed as we can already believe, close in our own lives.
3. Given multiple levels
Don’t just give something, give it all your life. Donation is not necessarily financial, it can be emotional, spiritual, leisure time, taking care of yourself and taking care of the people around you.
4. Doing things that make sense to you
When we get bored we easily forget that we are doing something that means a lot to us and we are making our lives meaningful. Once we do something meaningful, we find motivation. I believe that the art you are writing about is worth seeing every day.
5. Talk at dinner at least once a week
Talking to dinner can be very important to show us the way through the challenges that we have to face as well as the dark times that we have to face in our daily life.
6. Attach medium articles and get a bunch of ideas for stories
If you know someone who is interested in writing a story, adding a medium article by them will help them get ready for what you are writing. Art Tips It would also be nice to see that people interested in your content will not have a limited market.
Finally, I would like to underline what I have said in the introduction, these are just a few tips that are directed to those who are a little interested in what I was doing. Don’t hesitate to ask me more about Medium, I will be happy to know more about more popular sites like Dribble, First Post.
There is an epidemic and a level of survival that has to come and go before normal life can begin again. The problem is not how you help someone now, but how you survive until the recovery begins.