Goals For The New Year I’ll never forget the patient I took care of in room 12 bed 1 in the high risk rooms of Labor
Posted Nov 04 2009 10:06pm
I’ll never forget the patient I took care of in room 12 bed 1 in the high risk rooms of Labor and Delivery. She was about 21 weeks pregnant with PROM. We spent many hours talking and sharing ideas. She gave me a gift of inspiration I will always cherish in the form of a paper. This woman lost her life trying to keep her baby. The following is the greatest gift I ever received from her or any other patient I ever took care of.
GOALS FOR THE NEW YEAR
Compliment three people every day.
Watch a sunrise at least twice a year.
Be the first to say,”Hello.”
Live beneath your means.
Treat everyone like you want to be treated.
Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen!
Forget the Joneses.
Never deprive someone of hope. It may be all the person has.
Pray not for things, but for wisdom and courage.
Be tough-minded, but tenderhearted.
Be kinder than necessary.
Don’t forget: A person’s greatest emotional need is to feel appreciated.
Keep your promises.
Learn to show cheerfulness, even when you don’t feel like it.
Remember that overnight success usually takes about 15 years.
Leave everything better than when you found it.
Remember that winners do what losers don’t want to do.
When you arrive at your job in the morning, let the first thing you say brighten everyone’s day.
Don’t rain on other people’s parades.
Never waste an opportunity to say “I Love You” to someone.
There are moments in life that define who we are. The incidents and occurrences that will either make us or break us. Learn to make the best out of your life. Live each moment as if it were your last. I am so glad I met….. the patient in room 12 bed 1. My life changed forever.