A while ago, I attended a master of wealth event.
You know the type, where famous entrepreneurs present what they are good at, provide words of wisdom to those growing their own businesses, or wanting to break away from being an employee.
There were a number of super cool presenters including Robert Kiyosaki in a room of full of delegates from all walks of life. A question was asked about rules and if they were meant to be broken.
The resounding answer from the audience was YES. The correct answer so we found out was no, sometimes there are some to be followed and at other times there are those that are not, a little confusing to say the least.
Especially in a profession such as nursing.
What a great question!
ARE RULES MEANT TO BE BROKEN?
As kids we are taught to follow the rules, get to school on time, to learn to read and write and do algebra…to tow the line, to fit in and be the status quo.
As you get older, you test the rules, start to break beliefs and cut a trail for yourself, be creative, be innovative and work out what works and what doesn’t.
You go to university or college, you sit and listen to your tutors, you learn clinical skills, go on placement…follow each step closely.
The thing is, the world has become so complex, so competitive, it is hard to know what is right for you and what isn’t.