NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 09/15/2018
The NNBA encourages nurse entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to start, run and manage their own business. In addition, we are committed to providing the latest information on career alternatives, trends and opportunities. The Nurse Entrepreneurship & Career Alternatives Conference is in 27 days, so make sure you’re signed up. “Eye opening” and “life changing” are comments we routinely hear from nurses throughout this event. For more nurse’s comments, click here: http://nnbanow.com/2017-nnba-conference/
NY Times Bestselling Author and Hall of Fame Speaker LeAnn Thieman is kicking off #NNBA2018. Nationally acclaimed speakers and “real world” nurse business owners are providing 16 breakout sessions, 7 in-depth preconference’s, 10 small group expert coaching sessions, 7 shark tank competition entries, powerful networking and up to 12CEs! This conference is unique in providing massive content value on ways that nurses can make additional money, have flexibility, and autonomy in their nursing practice. Listen to nurse business owner’s share their successes and struggles to give you an inside look to their strategies and tactics. This conference is a springboard to saving you time and money!
Do you have a book inside of you? How about an article you want published? Pat Iyer, MSN, RN, LNCC, prolific writer, editor, and highly awarded certified legal nurse consultant presents How to Write Like a Pro! https://nnbanow.com/event/nnba-pre-conference-2018-need-write-write-like-pro/ And, Pat is providing a breakout session on How to Polish Your Writing! Don’t miss this opportunity.
Networking is one of the most important things you can do to build your business and advance your career. Check out the Nurse Business Insider Tip below to feel more comfortable while networking. Our first article of interest gives you 8 Powerful Referral Strategies That Will Double Your Sales. We are all in sales, regardless of our setting, and these 8 strategies will have you feeling good about it. Many nurses are good writers because they are great subject matter experts. The 7 Things Writers Need To Do Make a Living outlines the necessary traits to be a well-paid writer. And, our last article, How This 13-Year-Old Entrepreneur Built a Multi-Million Dollar Candy Company will have you thinking “why didn’t I think of that?” I believe we often let our adult minds sabotage us and we tend to overthink situations. Kids don’t have this baggage and are freer in thinking of possibilities. Think about the movie “Big” with Tom Hanks; and ask yourself what your inner child would think about a situation. You may be surprised how the kid in you will answer! Don’t forget to visit our sponsors below and I am looking forward to seeing many of you in Las Vegas in 27 days!