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The 7 Keys to Unlocking Personal Success & Happiness in a Healthcare Job
Welcome to your personal guided tour of the 7 Keys. I’m thrilled you’ve decided to take the next step of this journey, and I’m very excited to share these empowering breakthroughs with you.

Since you registered for this tour, I’m guessing you’re experiencing what I felt in my healthcare jobs. That is, you’re feeling stuck and frustrated because there are things you want in your life, but no matter what method, strategy, or philosophy you use, you don’t seem to be getting them.

I’m going to show you how I got out of this situation by taking some very simple steps and applying some unique strategies. Please read on to discover how you can follow these same steps to make a dramatic change in your life.

How the 7 Keys Work
As I’ve been saying, the 7 Keys are a set of dynamic, life-changing strategies. However, before I share them with you, I’d first like to give you a general idea of how they work.

Consider this:

Healthcare is a people business. In fact, you can’t find a profession with more people per square inch than in healthcare. Some days there are just too many different demands and personalities to deal with. And at the end of the day you may feel like you can’t take care of all these peoples’ needs, wants, and desires and also still take care of yourself. This very situation leads us into how the 7 Keys work:

You need to make you your number one priority. If you don’t take care of yourself no one else will. So the first part of the 7 Keys is that you remain 100 % accountable for yourself. No one is going to care more about you than you. This is the art of human existence. Human beings must take accountability for themselves.

Give every relationship the attention it deserves. Of course, solely taking care of yourself will not solve of all your problems. An “I’ll take care of me and you take care of you” credo does not acknowledge the importance of helping others when they are in need—a particularly critical component in healthcare.

So, the second component is that you are also 50% responsible for every relationship you’re in. For example, you should be 50% responsible for your marriage and your spouse should be responsible for the other 50%. You’re 50% responsible for the relationship with your boss and your boss is 50% responsible for the relationship with you, and so on.

Make room for exceptions. We are certainly not saying that there is perfect give and take in all situations. Indeed, healthcare is a prime example in which relationships are hardly ever equal. Depending upon their concerns, issues, medical problems, etc., you may have to give 90% to a patient-caregiver relationship. Quite simply, these kinds of relationships are different, and you need to recognize that fact. There are just some situations in which more is expected out of you, and there are other situations in which you expect more out of others (i.e., parent-child relationships, mentor-mentee relationships etc).

The main idea here is responsibility to yourself and to your relationships so that beneficial partnerships can arise. If competent, capable adults are bringing all they can to the relationship, then there is a much better chance that both parties will come out as winners. This philosophy is the driving factor behind the 7 Keys.

Now that you know a little more about how the 7 Keys work, why don’t you find out what your life would look like if you implemented them.