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Positivity – the Overlooked Part to the Growth of Your Healthcare Career

Everyone has good days and bad days, and people in healthcare are no exception. However, how they handle the bad days can be very important. A positive attitude can affect all aspects of life, including work. For people who work in healthcare, it can affect their interactions with coworkers, patients, patients’ family members, and others.

People want to be around other positive people

In every job, every day, there can be high points and low moments. This can be especially true in healthcare, where the pressures can be greater, including moments where life hangs in the balance. Maintaining a positive attitude can be a challenge, but the impact on the patient when you smile and present yourself with confidence and competence is very powerful.

When you are positive, other people are more likely to want to be around you. Positivity can also make people more likely to be open and receptive to you. Furthermore, when you have a positive attitude, it enhances your ability to do your best work. This is important because when you perform at your best, you’re able to achieve the ultimate goal in health care, helping your patients find healing and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

What if you are having trouble staying positive? This can happen to anyone at one time or another. Fortunately, there’s an important step you can take to help stay positive: you can welcome a new positive influencer into your world. The specifics of this are personal to you: that person might be a professional life coach, a mentor, or simply someone whom you respect and who has the positive outlook you want to emulate.

A positive attitude makes it easier to move on from tough situations

Positivity has more benefits than just making your days better and making other people want to be around you. It delivers a range of health benefits, too. They may include increased life span, lower rates of depression, greater resistance to the common cold, and better coping skills during hardships and times of stress.

No one can stay positive all the time; however, it is possible to make a determined effort to focus on the positive aspects of a situation. This will help you acquire and build resilience, the ability to bounce back from bad times. Resilience is important because it helps with everyday situations, such as a bad day at work, and bigger situations, such as losing a job.

There are certain other activities that can be helpful with building resiliency. They include maintaining good relationships with family and friends, accepting that change is part of life, and taking action on problems rather than hoping they disappear or waiting for them to resolve themselves. In addition to building resiliency, these actions will help you feel more in control of situations, which may also help with remaining positive.

Positivity can help with the growth of your healthcare career

At 365 Healthcare Staffing Services, we specialize in the recruitment and placement of healthcare professionals in per diem, travel, and permanent assignments in healthcare facilities across the country. Positivity can help with the growth of your healthcare career. We can, too; give us a call when you’re looking for your next assignment: 310.436.3650!