The video that will change your way of working

Hello everybody, my beloved rascals: What about these Easter holidays? It was fantastic for me, enjoying my family. Wanting war, today I present you the video that will change your way of working if you do it in an ICU. By the great Dr. Nicolás Nin from Montevideo, I have received an email with this video that comes from…

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2015: A year that will change the History

Hola a tod@s, my dear friends. Still of surf on the interview published yesterday by Elena Lorente is her beautiful blog De Tots Els Colors (it will be in English as soon as possible), a gift for me to open this new year. The most complete, intimate and personal interview which I have made, and…

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Demand the Best of Yourself

Set your own standard of elite performance and rise to meet it each and every day, with each person you interact with. Give it your very best. Set the bar. Excel in your workplace whether anyone is around to witness what you do or not. Do you personally have a standard of work that you…

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Miracles Exist

Yes,  “miracles” exist.  And I put it in quotes because the real miracle is not to lose hope nowadays and you should fight for what you want. But, don’t miss it! Because if you don’t, you’ll find the job you were looking for or what you desire. If you read the post I wrote for…

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Dying with Dignity in the Intensive Care Unit

Hola a tod@s, my beloved rogues, Published yesterday in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), I share this review article with the title, Dying with Dignity in the Intensive Care Unit signed by the doctors Deborah Cook and Graeme Rocker from Canada. Traditional  goals of  Intensive Care are to reduce the mortality and morbidity associated with…

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There are no Words to Define It…..

by Alberto García Salido Neonatal and pediatric intensive care units (NICU and PICU) are units of life…Where a very small percentage of cases children die. Children die and there are no words to define it…And perhaps we do not have adequate training to face the end of life in these patients. Thanks to pediatricians, Nadia García Lara…

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Seeking Assistance is Not so Easy

I will use myself as the example for this article, but keep in mind that I work with individuals who are 50+, although most of my clients are 75+. 2 1/2 months ago while camping I injured my right shoulder while relaxing. Seems kind of crazy, right? One goes camping to relax, spend time with…

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My Superpower? Seeing Inside People

By Kelly Mitchell – Guest Blogger If you asked me what one of my strengths is, perhaps I’d choose to tell you that I see things in other people that they themselves either don’t see at all, or they are surprised because so few people see it. Many others have this skill and ability, and…

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Pay it Forward for the Holidays…..

I loved the movie and the book, ‘Pay it Forward. ‘ To think it took a child to start something amazing at his school. I also like Kevin Spacey as an actor and he played his role well.  As a continuation of my article on  ‘Compassion during the Holidays,’  I would like this to be a…

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A Quote Worth Sharing

“The only way my life makes sense is if, regardless of culture, race, religion, tribe; there is this commonality, these essential human truths and passions and hopes and moral precepts that are universal. And that we can reach out beyond our differences. If that is not the case, then it is pretty hard for me…

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The Best Way to Get Help is to Give It

Now in all honestly, who better than one who works in the helping profession to know the importance of gratitude? I could not resist sharing two links to articles on INC. titled: The Stuff Strong Relationships are Made Of  and The Power of Gratitude, both written by Jeff Haden. There are wonderful messages of gratitude from writing hand written ‘thank you’…

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Seeing Past the Mask

In our professional and personal lives it is important to see past the ‘mask’ of another. The outside of a person can be a veneer in a sense that requires one to look further to see the individual within. As you chip away at the ice, You begin to see the object that is hidden…

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