Danielle LeVeck is a nurse and she's the master behind her insanely engaging Instagram channel (@nurseabnormalities). On average, each of her post receives more than 100 comments within the first 24 hours.
As a nurse, Danielle started her career in cardiac critical care. She then transitioned to cardiac surgical critical care, ICU travel nursing, and medical-surgical ICU patients.
A few years ago, she decided to share stories about these “nurse abnormalities” because every day, she is "in awe of how brilliant, instrumental, and extraordinary nurses are to healthcare. Becoming a nurse positively transformed my outlook on life and I hope to give back to the profession throughout her career."
Danielle's energy and authenticity are contagious, which I noticed within 30 seconds of recording my conversation with her on Skype. What you see is what you get. Danielle brings her full self to every interaction and situation. There's no holding back. She's the type of interviewers we love having on the show.
[30:00] What does your creative process look like? How do you decide what to post and when?
[37:00] What are some of the strengths vs. struggles you had when using Instagram?
[38:00] You mentioned that you use your evening/night posts as a self-journaling process. At what time do you work on those posts and how?
[41:00] Fei and Danielle discussing about brainstorming and the creative process, tools and resources.
[44:00] Do you see what you are doing to potentially turn into a business?
[51:00] Can you share some thoughts about palliative care?
[56:00] How can people connect or reach out to you?