Welcome to the NursePreneur blog that is so much more than a blog. A blog is just a series of articles, and while, yes, we have articles here with nurse entrepreneur ideas and successful nurse entrepreneurs, what this really is is a nurse entrepreneur network. It is a place where nurses who are united in a common goal--to make and lead a successful business utilizing their nursing knowledge--can join together to share their expertise among each other. This is a knowledge base. It’s a creative well from which you can draw all sorts of ideas for how to start your own entrepreneurial nursing business.
We select subject matter experts from a wide variety of fields to talk about everything from finance to marketing to public speaking to studying. This is a place where the best nursing minds are here to explore the world of nurse entrepreneurship alongside other amazing nursing minds.
Even we who run NursePreneurs are constantly learning from the business advice, interpersonal communication skills, financial acumen, and medical achievements that the bloggers here have introduced to us.
There’s more to starting a successful nursing business than just filing some paperwork, setting up a website, and then waiting for the customers to find you, and that wealth of entrepreneurial knowledge is right here for you. And the best part? It’s completely free. If you’re not sure if you’re ready to sign up for one of our seminars, peruse the blog and see if you’re not impressed by the information that you’ll find here--information that we’re just giving away. The proof is in the pudding. Have a taste.
When it comes to chronic patients, a simple visit from the physician doesn’t cut it. But oftentimes physicians have such an overloaded roster that they
Eric Dorsey knows a thing or two about what it means to juggle a nursing career and become a successful novelist, and the consensus is
I think we all know just how difficult it can be to start a business–but starting a business with friends? That’s a whole different ball
If you’re like the typical social media user, then you spend an average of 140 minutes on social media platforms per day. Now, this can