NNBA Nurse Entrepreneur News – 12/15/2018
The deadline, December 31, 2018, is fast approaching for the https://nnbanow.com/call-for-speakers-2019/. Our goal is to exceed yearly expectations, and #NNBA2019 will definitely provide massive relevant value for nurses. We have posted the 2018’s pictures in our gallery, be sure to check them out, and mark your calendar for 2019’s event! This educational conference weekend on career alternatives and entrepreneurship with like-minded nurses discovering hundreds of ideas, and building authentic connections is unparalleled in the healthcare industry. Stayed tuned for the NNBA Shark Tank Competition entry application early next year! Stay in touch here and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/nnbanow/
We are announcing an exciting opportunity for NNBA business owner members. Are you interested in increasing your network and your income? We are looking for NNBA Charter Chapter Leaders for the following regions. New England, Mid-Atlantic, Mid-West, South East, South West, North West, West and Ontario. You’ll make money networking and growing your existing business. You will lead a community of business minded nurses, be compensated for networking and receive NNBA’s training. If this sounds good to you, reply to this newsletter letting me know of your interest, years in business, year/s as NNBA member, and your location.
What makes a homepage brilliant instead of bland? Find out that and more in our first article of interest 23 of the Best Website Homepage Design Examples. Please make sure to read HealthLeaders Top 10 Nursing Stories of 2018. I believe nurse autonomy and business ownership can impact and influence many changes that are necessary in healthcare delivery. Hopefully, 2019’s nursing stories include more on nurse entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship. The final article is an older post, but very valuable to making 2019 your best year ever. In 10 Ways to Make This Year Your Best Year Ever, I especially like “# 2 Get rid of the old, make room for the new”. There has to be space to create, so make sure your space is not too crowded by things that no longer serve you.
I am so grateful for all the NNBA community. Our member’s resumes, awards, content, and businesses are remarkable. The sharing and caring demonstrated by so many nurses is evident all through the year. May each of you have a happy and prosperous new year and thank you for being part of the Nurses in Business community!