Keith Carlson is a holistic nurse, career coach, blogger, podcaster, writer, consultant, and inspirational speaker.
As a seasoned nurse leader, Keith understands the issues faced by 21st century nurses and his podcast and blog posts offer practical support and inspiration for nurses worldwide. He can be found on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and at NurseKeith.com.
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Keith Carlson chat about these points
- How Keith got started with blogging
- What is it I want to say out in the world?
- What is the feeling and the thought processes that I would like to elicit in my target audience?
- What message am I trying to reach with them?
- What’s the overarching or underlying feeling and message that I want to be there?
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Keith has been a nurse for 22 years. He received his ADN in 96’ and bachelor’s in 2001. He had been an entrepreneur prior. Keith’s been a yoga teacher and a massage therapist.
He got started blogging back in 2005. He launched his blog and was writing a lot about nursing and his personal experiences as a nurse working in the inner city in Massachusetts. He was one of the first nurse bloggers.