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Quotes from Donna Cardillo, RN- The Career Guru for Nurses by Idowu Olabode : December 08, 2014, 11:36:00 AM
"When you look at another nurse, regardless of his or her age, years of experience, ethnicity, or demeanor, remember that you both got into nursing for the same reasons--to make a difference and to help as many other people along the way as possible. Every nurse has that in common, and that is at the heart of everything she or he does."

"Nursing is the hardest job you'll ever love."

"I am a scientist, a fighter, a teacher and ahealer...I am a nurse."

"If you respect yourself and believe that you have a purpose in being where you are, doing what you’re doing, no one will ever be able to belittle or harass you. They will only look foolish for trying, because clearly they do not respect themselves."

“Some people want to quit as soon as something seems hard or they can’t do it perfectly right away. But there is arrogance in that thought process to think that you could become really good at something with minimal effort, time orexperience. Humble yourself to learning and you’ll eventually become an expert.”

"The path of the healer can be rocky and steep but the destination is worth the journey"

"Nursing is the most amazing profession. Itwill change you for the better as much as it will positively impact the lives of those you care for. It is challenging and rewarding, exhilarating, and at times exhausting. Saving lives and keeping the planet healthy are hard work! You’ll need all the support, encouragement, and determination you can muster in your firstyear as you begin to build a practice that will blossom into a vocation and eventually, into a legacy of caring." In a message to new Nurses.

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