What’s your something?
In today’s society discovering your something is not always easy. Getting some insight as to your purpose can certainly help you get focus and the right path to achieving you’re something. According to Henry David Thoreau, “one is not born into the world to do everything but to do something.” Growing up I always had a passion in my heart for caring and helping people. I found myself going out of my way, to help my mom care for my younger sisters. I always wanted to fix their clothes the right way to make them look nicer, brush their hair and assist my mom with cooking, cleaning and feeding my younger siblings. I know that my kind-hearted ways are leading me into a positive direction and great career choice, where I am able to give a helping hand I yeaned for as a child. This feeling followed me into teen years and into my adulthood. As an adult now I am currently working as a Nursing Assistant and have been for three years. At first I didn’t feel this career path was for me but, as I got into the habit of the work I knew this was my calling and this is where I belonged. I enjoyed making patients feel comfortable and loved. I enjoy hearing stories and the opportunity to build a good relationship so my patient has the security that I am here for them and I care. Now I’m focusing my caring ways to the next step in pursuing a career as a Registered Nurse. As a Registered Nurse you are giving back, nurses have a million perks, but this one doesn’t have anything to do with the advantages that it gives.