NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 08/15/2021
The renowned American psychologist Abraham Maslow is best known in the nursing profession for his “Hierarchy of Needs”. What’s lesser known is Maslow did considerable work in business management and leadership addressing issues of customer loyalty, entrepreneurship, and the importance of communication. “One can choose to go back toward safety or forward in growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again,” is one of my favorite Maslow quotes. It is inspirational, especially given the circumstances that we are dealing with today.
It can be really confusing with all the choices nurses have for continuing education. If you have ever thought, what else could I do, is entrepreneurship an avenue for me? Then NNBA’s annual educational conference on nurse entrepreneurship and career alternatives is for you and it is right around the corner. If you are new to the idea of starting a nursing business, this conference will help you qualify your thoughts and answer your questions. Our conference is unique in how successful nurse entrepreneurs and business owners share their best practices, insider information, and content you can take action on immediately. If you are an existing business owner, this conference can extend and expand the growth of your business. And every nurse benefits from 15 contact hours and over 4 weeks access to the valuable conference content.
Are you a Coach, Consultant or Expert? Our first article of interest below outlines 57 Services You Can Sell Corporate Clients. Companies are investing millions in digital and telehealth services. Walmart Health plans to provide telehealth services for urgent, behavioral, and primary care. Walmart is demonstrating its commitment to omnichannel health delivery as seen here: Walmart to Acquire Telehealth Company MeMD As Amazon-Care Signs First Customer. And, are you ready to create your own path and future? Do you want to be the change you want to see in the world? Our last article of interest shares Why Extreme Ownership is So Important in Business and in Life.