Have you worked so hard on something and you were so sure it was perfect, only to be evaluated and to learn it is not as great as you think it is? If you’ve had this experience, you are not alone. I’ve been there many times.
Before I go any further, I wish you a prosperous 2016. May all your desires come true!
-May you have good health and plenty of abundance.
This month, for the nurse’s carnival run by Brittney Wilson, founder of the nerdy nurse, we are required to write about the ‘ten most-read posts of the year.’
If you look at the popular posts title on the right side of this website or if you are using your mobile phone it will appear at the bottom of the page; you’ll notice it has 12 popular posts displayed.
These posts are the most popular for the most recent 30 days. I set it that way, so it tells you and me what nurses are recently reading.
In this article, I will mention the most read posts from January 1st 2015, till December 2015.
Knowing the most popular posts lets you know what interests most readers.
Coming tenth on the list is: “Do you Need an Online Mentor?” This is a recent post written only in September this year, yet it has become very popular.
Ninth place is; “Should I enroll in Nursing School offering a BSN or an Associate’s Degree?” A question that disturbs many nurses today.
Eighth comes: “What to expect as a Male Nurse.” This was an article from a guest blogger. It answers many questions men interested in nursing would have.
Seventh comes: “How to Relate more Easily with Your Coworkers as a Minority Nurse.” This post has remained popular over the years. Written in August 2013, it gets lots of readers daily.
Sixth is another guest post written by; Gbenga Lawal, RN: “The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with One Step” Gbenga talks about his challenges in Nursing School, and how you can succeed.
Fifth is: “Finding the Best Nursing Recruitment Agencies” Yes, you want to know where to look.
Fourth in line is another guest blogger who asks the question; “Should I study to be a Nurse Practitioner or Physicians Assistant?” Something many nurses hoping to further their education struggle with.
Third place comes: “5 ways of dealing with an angry patient.” -Another older post, written in February 2013. There are so many violent patients these days. Nurses need to be tactful.
The runner up is: “What Not to include in your Resignation Letter.” Oh yes, make sure you don’t burn your bridges when you quit.
Can we have a drum roll..!
-And in the first place comes: “How New Nurses can answer the Question; -Why should we Hire You?” After nursing school, you want to do well in your interview. This post gives a few simple tips you can use to get you ahead of everyone else.
The grand prize goes to…..
-You, for being so awesome this year.
Thank you for following me throughout the year. Thank you for sharing my articles on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest and other social media sites. You deserve the grand prize. Without you this list would not be possible.
There are some posts I wrote and thought would go viral. Alas, they got very few readers. I’ve learnt what my readers want from me by what the statistics have told me. Statistics evaluate my work because they don’t lie. Ouch!
How about You?
Have you reviewed your year? What do you want to do differently in 2016?
I’d like to invite you to begin 2016 with me by joining the Visualization and Goal Setting Intensive.
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