Nurse Entrepreneurs

How to Finance Your Business for Nurse Entrepreneurs

By on Apr 13, 2018 in Finance and Money, Nurse Entrepreneurs | 0 comments

“A resourceful person will always make opportunity fit his or her needs.” – Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich     How to Finance Your Business for Nurse Entrepreneurs A primary concern of nurse entrepreneurs is how much is it going to cost to start my business, and how am I going to come up with the money?  Many of us believe if we had...

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Michelle’s Commentary on American College of Healthcare Executives Survey

By on Feb 11, 2018 in Leadership, Nurse Entrepreneurs | 1 comment

Special message from Michelle Podlesni regarding recent news of importance for nurses.   You are familiar with my mantra on how, as nurses, we need to be aware of the legislative, financial, technological and social issues affecting healthcare, so we are better able to reframe our roles, and to remain marketable. I’d like to comment on the recent survey...

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Why Nurses Need a Plan B and More in Today’s Healthcare Marketplace

By on Dec 14, 2017 in Finance and Money, Nurse Entrepreneurs | 2 comments

Three events in this past week alone should be ringing some alarm bells to nurses, and I’m not talking about a patient’s call button, I talking about these gargantuan mergers taking place and the continued corporatization of health care. December 3rd, CVS Health announced a deal to buy Aetna for $69 billion dollars. Now there are rumors of Walmart buying...

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What to do when clothes no longer fit…

By on Nov 25, 2016 in Career Change, NNBA, Nurse Entrepreneurs | 2 comments

I have a friend that made more than one of us laugh at her Facebook post, That awkward moment when you realize that fat pants are too tight. It made me think about things fitting and then not fitting. Our careers like our clothes, work well for a period of time and then the wear and tear of our jobs becomes uncomfortable. As soon as we have used up the all the seam...

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