Less is Not More

“The comfort zone is a beautiful place but nothing ever grows there.” – unknown

Wherever you are in Your Year to Getting Registered journey….Whether you are at the beginning, somewhere in the middle or are approaching the end….Growth takes effort.

If it’s time to prepare that you need, you might consider taking a paid day off to study.

If it’s understanding that you are missing, you could consider a tutor or ask a mentor to help.

Or if it’s motivation that you’re lacking, try calculating the pay increase that you could expect from passing your boards and the additional job opportunities that would be available to you.

Putting in the time and effort now will help you quickly enjoy the return on your investment in the future.

It’s August…Summer is wrapping up and the “ber” months of Fall are about to start….you don’t have to be in a hurry. 

You still have time – Consistency should be your focus.

  • Go back and review the Content Outline of the Exam if you haven’t done that in awhile.
  • Print it and Check Off those areas you feel good about.
  • Highlight your Need to Do’s.
  • Use your Calendar to Make a Plan to work through the Highlights.
  • Assess your resources – Do you have what you need?  

In the interim, join the Neurodiagnostic Niche with your Year to Getting Registered subscription.  This 12 Month Subscription (around $10/month) provides a monthly email to your in-box to keep you motivated and focused to reach your Registration goal. You’ll receive a Study Guide with Resources, Tips and a Lesson Plan. Don’t miss this chance to take advantage of the 2022 Introductory Rate. If you struggle with staying on target for this goal – this tool could be just what you need to stay focused this year.

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Let’s Stay Curious and Grow What We Know

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