NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 02/01/2019

By on Feb 1, 2019 in News

Do you sometimes feel like you have entered a time machine? Two articles this past week made me feel like I was shipped to both ends of the spectrum. The Medscape publishing of the Nurse Career Satisfaction Report for 2018 made me feel like I was shipped to the past. How many studies and surveys do we need to know that nurses are there for the patients, not the politics and administration? Enough already. Then, I was shipped to the future with Becker’s report on Amazon Selling Hospital Rooms. I believe in a day, not far from now, where nursing will be provided independently, more as it was originally. I’m excited about the future of the nursing profession. Nurses will advance to the forefront of the healthcare marketplace by their continued development of services, programs, and products that solve issues for healthcare consumers. For over thirty years the NNBA has been dedicated to nurses starting, growing and managing their own businesses. It’s great seeing the next generation of innovative and influential nurses joining and participating in our growth.

Are you a Coach and a member of the NNBA? Help me promote you by filling in the NNBA Coaching Resource form out in the member’s dashboard. I make a good deal of referrals, and having this information will make it easy for our members to see coaching resources they may be searching for.

Brand exposure, lead generation, face to face networking, relationship building; what are you looking for? Sponsorship, Exhibit Space and Advertising information has been posted on our website. Check out the marketing opportunities for your business here. https://nnbanow.com/exhibit-sponsorship-2019/. Exhibit space is limited so be sure to enter your application soon!

How do you have authentic connection and meaningful impact? Our first article below conveys this, and so much more in “Guide to Telling Stories that Wins Hearts and Minds.” Well worth reading and re-reading. Social media can be extremely helpful in building your following, and the best methods are in “Best Ways to Increase Social Media Engagement”. Try one or two, and test them for a period of time to see if they are effective for you.  Choosing blogs to follow is very personal, especially when it comes to what appeals to us about healthy lifestyle living. “Top 100 Healthy Lifestyle Blogs” of the most popular are here. A bonus for those nurses involved in Health & Wellness is to review the sites as  case studies.

Make sure you have saved the dates September 27 – 29th for this year’s Entrepreneurship & Career Alternatives Conference, it will be amazing, as record numbers of nurses are looking for opportunities to have more freedom, flexibility and additional income streams. You won’t miss any announcements by following us on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/nnbanow/.

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