This International Women’s Day, I had the pleasure of being invited to talk at the Multicultural Families Organisation event held at TAFE Queensland, helping to inspire and empower women with the ability to challenge negativity.
The day was a great success filled with beautiful performances by delegates from all over the world.
Be sure to watch the full video on youtube.com/drnora.
Throughout medical school and GP training we had reflection drilled into our curriculum. As a practicing doctor I can see how important this is. By being able to take a situation and analyse what was done well and not so well allows for continual self-development and learning. It allows us to remain humble but at the same time gain knowledge and skills.
It’s something that I do on a daily basis and if it’s not something you’ve tried before, I encourage you to give it a go and let me know how you do.
For me, being able to inspire others to pursue their dreams and give them hope and confidence in their abilities is such a motivational and gratifying feeling.
Being a non surgical trainer, I’m in a privileged position to empower others to succeed whilst giving guidance on safe injecting techniques. Helping to contribute to a new generation of safe cosmetic injectable physicians.