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Are You Focusing Too Much on the Trees?

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Jon Haws RN BSN BS: Critical Care Nurse & NCLEX Educator

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Are You Focusing Too Much on the Trees?

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Are you focusing too much on the “trees” that you are unable to see the “forest”?  Problems will undoubtedly arise on your journey to RN.  While it can be hard, you need to find a way to step back and focus on the big goal.

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