Recently I have seen numerous posts on soc media by people applying for over 100 jobs and still not getting the position they want. If this is you STOP! Before you apply for another job listen to this episode.
The best way to get a job you will hate is with the “spray and pray” approach. Applying for every work-from-home job with an opening just to get away from the bedside. Or applying for every opening in your geographical area because you are desperate.
Desperation stinks and good employers, the ones you want to work for, will not hire desperate. They want qualified people who will fit in well with their current team and embrace the company culture.
Have you been applying for job after job and getting nowhere? Or maybe you haven’t been applying at all because you would rather deal with the devil you know than the one you don’t know? Maybe you are content where you are but wonder if there is something better out there for you.
If you answered yes to any of these questions then this episode is for you!
I’m going to share with you the secret to finding your dream job. And it’s easier than you think!
After over a year of being on hiatus, The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast is back! In this first episode of our new season, I want to share with you why I put the podcast on hold, what I have been doing since pausing the podcast, lessons learned during the last 16 months, and what you can expect from the podcast in the future.
I’ve learned some very valuable lessons and I’m excited to share them with you!
This episode is part of our series on nurses who took the leap to leave their traditional nursing position and go full-time on their entrepreneurial journey during the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we’re talking with Kathy Kates. Kathy is a family nurse practitioner and pelvic floor therapist. Kathy’s firsthand knowledge about pelvic health comes from her experience as a mom and a former cancer patient. Her work is enhanced by over 10 years as a nurse practitioner, running a women’s health program at a federally qualified health center.
It was a long journey for me to go from a bedside nurse to a work from home nurse. So why after finally getting the work-from-home job of my dreams would I quit that job?
That’s what we’ll talk about in this week’s episode of the Stay at Home Nurse Podcast. Listen through as I also share the first of many steps to my success. It’ll leave you wanting to figure out your own dream and going for that dream.
Liz Rohr is a family nurse practitioner, educator, wife, mom, and multiple 6-figure entrepreneurs. Since 2015, she’s been a PCP with her own panel (1200+ patients when full-time). Today, she works part-time in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Boston, MA, and runs Real World NP. She’s been a nurse for over a decade and got her BSN from Boston College and MSN from UCLA. Credentials aside, she’s the kind of girl you’ll find perusing Up-To-Date on her phone before bed— she can’t help herself.
How can changing your thinking from “someone should” to “I can” can change your world? How do you survive nursing school with two littles? How can changes open your eyes to new opportunities? So many interesting topics for today’s episode!
This episode is a little bit different as we bring you an episode from the Still A Nurse Podcast by Tristan Soelber, where I had the honor of being her guest. You will love Tristan’s interview style! She does an amazing job we talk about:
How I learned to balance school and family time to reach my goal with a new baby and a toddler at home
What qualifications you need to become a case manager
The book, which started as a side hustle, eventually led to a second edition, a course, and a business
And a lot more!