OPTIMISM BRINGS POSITIVE OUTCOME IN YOUR WORKPLACE
We are all born either with negative genes or positive genes. As soon as you socialize and enter into a good or bad environment, you get to easily drawn into that environment. Behaviors and attitudes of an individual vary from the environment he is in. Thus, there is this thing in your brains called mirror neurons. Mirror neurons are explained as the neuron "mirrors" the behavior of the other, as though the observer were itself acting.
If you want to be working in all optimistic working environment, make sure to spend more time with one!
HOW CAN YOU BE OPTIMISTIC IN A MIDST OF A COMPLAINING PATIENT WHO IS IN WHIRLING VORTEX OF GLOOM AND DOOM
In this day and age, people have something to say, complain and react to one's behavior without realizing why he reacts and behave the way he behaved. Being optimistic doesn't define as having no reactions when get beaten, crushed and defeated. When get booed, dissed and shouted by patients. An optimistic nurse is someone who stands and carry out herself with compassion in the midst of a challenging incident. Being positive that there are more good things in this world that are worth celebrating and sharing. To rise above the situation that being a nurse is having a great opportunity to be grateful, an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of many.
Nurses with a positive and optimistic outlook in life tend to create and build strong relationships and easily trusted by people around.
Optimism grows with positivism. If you keep on looking on the negative things in life you tend to miss the positive side. An optimistic Nurse is driven to give and deliver care on a professional level and radiate positivism with the people around her.
We all know that nursing is a stressful job, most of the time nurses face a seem to be a non-stop gloom and doom situation. But thankful enough that our nurses are equipped to be the positive and optimistic individual who is ready to face challenges each day just to carry out their promise to improve the quality of life of their patients
"The power of positive thinking can advance your prospects for work, relationships, and other life experiences."