Sing Your Song!  Your Voice Really Does Matter

Sing Your Song! Your Voice Really Does Matter

Spring is here at least according to the birds. Listen to the birds, singing their song in the early morning hours. They are often singing long before we wake up to face the day ahead of us. Collectively, they make beautiful music together, as they each do their own thing, sing their own tune. We can take lessons from the birds.

It is time to sing our song, to use our voices, our authentic voices. Our voice is what puts our personal stamp upon the world. It brings forward our intrinsic and unique gifts, the gifts that only we each have responsibility to bring to the world.

Our voice:

  • Puts our personal stamp on the world
  • Brings forth our intrinsic gifts
  • Creates personal boundaries
  • Is capable of asking for help and support
  • Brings to life our soul’s purpose/passion
  • Can build others up or tear others down
  • Needs to be authentic and speak our personal truth
  • Brings forward the role of advocacy for our patients, but more importantly advocacy for ourselves
  • Expresses our uniqueness
  • Articulates what is working and not working in our lives
  • Helps bring our dreams to life

Our world needs to hear your distinct, unique voice. Sing your song loud and proud. Be you beautiful and authentically you! Be brave and speak your truth, no more holding back and swallowing what the world needs to hear from you.

Your voice really does matter! Sing on…



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Cella Hartline Cella Janisch-Hartline, RN, BSN, PCC Professional Certified Coach, Nursing Leadership Senior Manager for Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative has been involved in various healthcare industry leadership positions for the past 40 years. The majority of her career has been spent working in an acute care critical access facility for nearly 25 years. Throughout her work experience, she has learned most of her leadership skills and techniques through the school of “hard knocks”. Cella’s passion for teaching leadership tips and techniques earned her the 2018 Outstanding Educator Award through the National Rural Health Association. She is well-known for her humorous, engaging and personable facilitation style.
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