Almost Two Years Of Job Struggle
My story is a struggle of searching for a nursing job, in a busy flooded market of California.
I received my nursing degree in June 2012, and have struggled ever since searching for a nursing job. After I received my license, I ALLOWED family problems to block my employment path. What I mean is, I allowed myself to be involved when I should have left myself out of it. If I had focused on myself, I would have landed a hospital nursing job. I blamed myself and went deep into depression for I lost power of myself, my feelings, and my dream job of working as a nurse.
In the summer of 2013, I picked myself up and prepped myself to find a job. I did find one but it was not satisfactory. I would have been burnt-out and possibly lost my passion for nursing. During that summer, I reread The Secret and The Magic, and asked the Universe if I could find myself a teacher like those involved in sharing their wisdom in The Secret. That was one wish, the other, was a list of what I wanted my future employment to hold. It was not a specific company, but I was asking the Universe to provide me a great company with teachers and growth in my career.
I was going through depression as my continued job search yielded nothing, and felt doubt for not taking that nursing job that would have endangered my patients, and my license. Then, I found this wonderful person named Carmen, a nurse coach who helped me. She provided me the means of how not only to find a job, but to build my career. It’s not just the immediate goal but the long term plan is the bigger picture.
With her help, I found an on-call nursing job, then a full-time job as a Dialysis Registered Nurse! I am blessed and truly thankful!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
What I ask for was a great Teacher and she appeared!
When I asked for a job that promised great potential I was able to make it happen!
As I look back through my experience, it took time for the Universe and I to meet halfway, and it worked together to make a dream come true.
I have so much more to be grateful for, especially in my nursing professional growth, I can not wait to care for patients in so many different ways.