Quilly Award-Winning Author, Ankit Shukla brings experience and wisdom, helping you achieve the better life...
Going Global: The Life of a Traveling Nurse
Ever wonder what a traveling nurse is, or what it takes? A lot of people have heard the term, but do not exactly know what it means. Although, increasingly people are familiar with traveling nurses and have worked with them, either as a patient, or a coworker, on a regular basis. Why is this important? Because I am a traveling nurse, and I am here to share my story.
As a traveling nurse now for over seven years, I have lived all over the country working in various healthcare facilities as a traveling nurse in dialysis. Having worked in over 10 states, I have had many experiences and interacted with all sorts of people. I will share my story and the lessons I have learned in my next book, “Going Global: The Life of a Traveling Nurse”. In this book, I give a chronological story of me becoming s nurse, the process of me becoming a traveler, and my journey through the various states, as well as the lessons I learned along the way.
As a traveling nurse, my journey across the country was fun-filled and adventurous. I share the positive aspects of my career. One thing you will not see in this book is a hit piece. If your looking for me to throw people under the bus and give juicy personal details, you will not find it in this book. I discuss each different state and moment in life on a chapter by chapter basis. I talk about things from the various wonders I have seen,to meeting my wife and traveling the world. In “Going Global: The Life of a Traveling Nurse”, I put the audience in the shoes of a traveling nurse and take them on a journey I have already been on.
Don't Live the Good Life; Life the Better Life
by Ankit Shukla
In wanting the better life, versus wanting the good life you are in essence, always wanting to strive for more. I relate many aspects of life and how we think, to the central idea of wanting the better life. We all want more, no matter where we are in life, but it's whether or not we want to put in the effort. I discuss many simple, common sense approaches we can all take to create that better life. It is a quite simple, but constant process. Enjoy the results.
Don't Live the Good Life; Life the Better Life Audiobook
by Ankit Shukla
Imagine if a stretcher or hospital bed could talk. What kinds of memories could they share? Imagine standing at a historical site, any number of them, and being able to witness the history that occurred there. We would all be overwhelmed by the imagery that would inundate us. The same holds true of a hospital bed. The joy, the pain, the life, the death, the horrible tragedies and the uninhibited victories would be astronomical in number. From personal experience, hospital beds usually last a very long time, so I can only imagine what types of stories, from how many different decades, they could tell me.
Unfortunately, hospital beds do not talk. So, we cannot get their stories. However, in Crossing the Bedside, we get the next best thing. We get to hear from the healthcare workers who stood next to those very beds day after day and year after year, experiencing events often unknown to those outside of the healthcare profession. In Crossing the Bedside, we have compiled a number of stories from healthcare workers around the world. The stories that are ingrained in their memories for a lifetime.