Sometimes we think that multitasking doesn’t distract us from the important details, but it does. Sometimes we just have too little time to do too many things. This list could go on, but you get the point. Or if you don’t—here it is: little things make a difference.
Hope is believing that the yellow brick road leads you to where you want to go—and doing everything you can to follow it. Hope is absolutely imperative in healthcare and both patients and care providers need hope.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was known as Rev. before he was known as Dr. In addition to his effective leadership in non-violent marches and protests—and in the meetings in which he sat down with other ministers, community leaders, politicians, and world leaders to argue for civil rights for all—Dr. King most often found his most powerful voice in sermons preached in the pulpits of American churches.
The first day back to work after the holidays, I took a peek at my calendar for the next few weeks. It appears that my calendar didn’t get the memo that it is a new year, a blank canvas, a fresh start.