Why Wait?

“Go the extra mile, it’s never crowded.” – Mel Robbins

Make the most of the opportunities that you have right now.
Many people spend their whole life waiting for the right opportunity.

If you are waiting – it will never come. Instead let’s do the very best that we can, with what we already have right in front of us.
You never know what doors may open for you when you make the most of your current situation and circumstances.

The right opportunity is always the one you have right now, end of story.

Extra time on your hands with all of the recent cancellations? Use this opportunity to continue learning and improving. Check out these on-line resources to expand your current circumstances:

  • Perhaps you are currently working in one modality of Neurodiagnostics but want to expand your skills into other areas…read about them here: ASET’s Guide to Neurodiagnostics
  • Maybe you are really good at the technical component of your job but need to brush up on the clinical piece. Be more proficient in the different types of Epilepsy Syndromes and be sure to bookmark Epilepsy.com – you can read about them here: Types of Epilepsy Syndromes
  • Perhaps you are wondering about additional work opportunities and the value of your career choice? Check out the over 500 job postings that are currently needed throughout the U.S: Indeed.com Neurodiagnostic Job Search
  • And lastly, don’t forget to follow this page : ) If you haven’t already done so – please search for The Neurodiagnostic Niche on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and if you want new posts sent directly to your inbox – just enter your email at the bottom of this page to subscribe.

Let’s Stay Curious and Grow what we Know

One Comment on “Why Wait?

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