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“The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.” – Henry David Thoreau

Everything you buy is time…time spent researching; time spent shopping; time spent fixing…and time spent deciding.

Make it worth your Time

If you are in the field of Neurodiagnostics…

Hands down the best investment in yourself is to get registered in your field.

This alone not only should increase your income but will open up a whole host of doors for you that were not necessarily open before.

Last year I started with a Your Year to Getting Registered post and if you were late to join the blog or just didn’t get around to it in all the craziness that was 2020 – let’s revisit some of it again now:

Start taking small steps to work on your goal to becoming registered:

1 – Read – There are a lot of good technical books out there but my go to recommended book for my students is Fisch and Spehlmann’s EEG Primer: Basic Principals of Digital and Analog EEG. Also if you are looking for helpful Study Guides or Notecards don’t forget to visit the Marketplace while on the blog.

2 – Move – Make it a habit to get out of your EEG or Sleep lab daily. Talk with your doctors….ask them about their patients. Your doctors are going to be your best teachers. If you don’t work in an area where your doctors are available; read the physician reports on the tests you run. Did you see what they saw?

3 – Connect – Access productive Neurodiagnostic sites that are going to support you in your goal (like this one! : ) Reach out to other technicians that are already registered for advice and support. Don’t forget to access the free Resource Library on this site.

and lastly,

4 – Join – Look for a way to build your study resources. On-line courses, trainers, tutors…they will all support you in your goal to becoming registered.

Just email me @ RTompkins@TompkinsAssociates.com for information about ways that I can help you.

Let’s Stay Curious and Grow What We Know

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