NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 02/15/2022
What is your business idea? Are you: changing something, making something better, inventing something new, solving an existing problem or partnering in a new venture? There are a multitude of ways nurses are providing much needed services, products, and programs in this post-pandemic world. And as a result, nurses are experiencing more freedom, flexibility, and financial control.
As of 2019, 41.1 million Americans were solopreneurs—comprised of freelancers, contractors, consultants, and business owners without teams. This number has increased as a result of the pandemic. Being a solopreneur is exciting, everything is on your time, however, the downside is everything depends on you. Is it time to build a system or a team in your business? Read how to know if it is time to transition in our first article of interest below Should You Transition from Solopreneur to Entrepreneur.
Finding a great mentor match doesn’t happen by chance. It’s helpful to develop a plan. While taking time to articulate all this may seem like a lot of work, it pays off by helping you understand exactly why, and what type of mentor you seek. 4 Ways to Find a Knowledgeable Mentor will give you practical advice that enhances your business.
Over 55% of the US population has listened to a podcast, in other words, there is a large population actively looking for podcast hosts they can relate to and rely on. Many NNBA members have podcasts and many more have been interviewed on podcasts. If you are an entrepreneur or author with ideas your are passionate about sharing, podcasting could be a great vehicle for your brand. Here are Ten Essential Podcasting Tips for Entrepreneurs and Authors
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