I got a text from my sister, who was in the hospital for induction, at She text me and told me that her nurse – the nurse who will be receiving my new nephew into the world – uses NRSNG.Moments like this rock me to the core. I know that every human will one day cross paths with a nurse. Whether that is during the best moments or darkest moments in life, a nurse will be there.Our mission at NRSNG is to be “the best place to learn nursing” . . . the reason that means so much to us is because we fully recognize that one day, a nurse who uses NRSNG will care for me, my wife, or my child. That motivates us to do our BEST each and every day.Listen to the podcast episode here:Mission StatementI would be lying to you if I said that being a nurse was easy . . . it’s not.But it IS worth it. There are beautiful moments that make you a better person. There is no better work in the world than touching human lives.To help you through those most difficult moments – a personal mission statement can be your best friend. Take 2 minutes to write down your “WHY”. We will each have our own personal “WHY” and I can’t tell you what yours is, but write it down and let it carry you through those hardest moments.The post Why I Give A Shit (or what is your mission statement) appeared first on NURSING.com.