I made the decision to join the health care field based on my own desire, love of the people that live and thrive around me, and to be a role model for my daughter. I feel it is important to have a goal in life, and it is important to me to show my daughter the value of goals, and achieving them as well. I love meeting new people, and being able to lend a helping hand in any way I possibly can. What better way to help the general population then to have a profession in the health care industry.
My daughter is seven going on eight this coming year, not only am I major influence in her life, but I wish to be a positive one at that. There are many lessons we can teach our children in ...view middle of the document...
I have the courage to utilize this knowledge and turn it into an everlasting career. I will use this courage, this knowledge to always do the right thing, to make the best judgment calls, and to push myself to new heights.
The research to find the correct programs, and to know where to start, that is the journey and it began when I decided to do something different with my life. I know my experience may seem broad, and it is not my intention. I feel my most relevant experience for this program is the process and the work and ambition it took to discover the program itself. I know that this experience, even sitting here writing this is beyond any other experience I have ever done in my life. This process, this essay, this opportunity shows me that I have the courage to be a part in this profession. I have the passion to want to do, and be more, to know when to do the right thing. This experience is a chance for me to have a redeemable career, and this process means I am well on my way of doing so.
Communication for me of the verbal kind has never been a challenge, I love meeting new people, and I love talking with new people, I am a people person to say the least. My personality under pressure supersedes any negativity that is happening around me, I don’t believe that negative things should overcome the positive, and I see every situation in life as one with positivity. I am an excellent verbal communicator, especially in the work place. I must be, because I am a particular person when it comes to most things in life, not to say I am stubborn, unwilling or unable to adapt to anything that life throws at me, I just see the importance in doing matters the right way.
My ability to vocally communicate with the people around me and to see the positivity in life has not only done me great justice in everyday matters, but even more so in stressful situations. When dealing with a seven year old, communication has to be firm, and without hesitation, even in matters of inquire. My daughter recently asked me about the existence of Santa Claus; I knew not only did this mean my baby was getting older, but that she was becoming wiser with every passing moment. In this situation there is one of two things we can do as parents, admit defeat, and the fact that you have been caught in your deceit or deny the whole thing and stick to your guns in the matter, saying affirmations such as “Santa is real I promise.” I knew she was smarter than that, and I had to think of a way to communicate this to her, without ruining her spirit, and without lying to her. I simply asked her “Do you think Santa is real?” to which she replied,” Yeah I really do.” I then proceeded to tell her with positivity and affirmation “Then he is real to you, and that is all that matters sweetheart.”
We all know Santa isn’t real, and beyond his physical reality there is a spirit...