NNBA 2024 Conference

Non-Member Pricing
Member Pricing

$129.00

PRE-CONFERENCE (Morning)
10 Ways to Start Your Side Hustle with Your Nursing Expertise: Nurse Entrepreneurship & the GIG EconomySide Hustle
by Louise Jakubik, PhD, RN, NPD-BC, CSP®

Overview:

Explore how to leverage your nursing expertise to create a side hustle that creates an impact for your customers and income to support your lifestyle. While your primary job may pay the bills, it may not provide the income you need to build savings, plan for retirement or even go on vacation. Fortunately, a side hustle in the current gig economy is a financial solution that nurses are uniquely positioned to achieve. In this session, we will explore 10 different ways nurses can translate their expertise into a side hustle to make impact and income.

During this pre-conference seminar, you will learn to:

  • Describe how nurses are uniquely equipped to use their nursing expertise as an entrepreneur in the gig economy
  • Identify benefits of starting your nurse owned business as an add-on to part-time or full-time employment
  • Explore the top 10 ways nurses can translate their expertise into a side hustle

About Louise:

Dr. Louise Jakubik is the Chief Executive and Learning Officer of Nurse Builders, a nursing education business specializing in certification, continuing education, and mentoring. Eighteen years ago, she started her business with one narrow niche and a single presentation. Today, Louise’s business has grown exponentially to include 3 niche areas that form the basis for an education empire that generates 7 figures annually providing over 30 different proprietary live courses, over 250 different proprietary e-courses, over 60 independently published book titles, and a cloud-based mentoring software program platform for hospitals. Louise has demonstrated in her own business, the power of building a business that is highly niched with multiple, diverse revenue streams serving customers within that niche. Louise has been a proud member of the National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA) since starting her business 19 years ago. And she believes that NNBA has played a pivotal role in her development and success as a nurse entrepreneur and business owner.