For those who have already achieved financial freedom, congratulations! For those of you who haven’t yet, know that it’s not because you don’t have the ability or the resources, it may be simply because you haven’t set it as a goal yet.
In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about money and the reasons why financial freedom is the way to go. My goal is to help you to get the lifestyle freedom that you deserve and one of the keys to getting lifestyle freedom is financial freedom.
Work-life balance is something that everyone is striving for. As nurses, we have an advantage due to the numerous opportunities available to us. In this week’s episode, we will look at my top 3 picks for nursing jobs that provide the most work-life balance.
As our life changes, we need to adjust our work to maintain a work-life balance. What worked for you during one phase of your life may not work for another phase. As we go from being single to married, to married with children in the home, to retirees, we need to be open to changing our work to fit our lifestyle.
Naseema is the founder of Financially Intentional, a platform about personal finance and living life intentionally. She discusses how taking control of her finances has enabled her to overcome bankruptcy, divorce, and break the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck. She shares her lessons along her path to help others benefit from the freedoms of financial independence.
Outside of encouraging people to get their financial act together, Naseema is a mother and Labor and Delivery Nurse. Though making six figures for years, she struggled with money. Finally realizing she couldn’t out-earn her financial ignorance, she knew she had to make some changes. By shifting her mindset around money, being consistent and intentional, She has paid off $1 million in debt and grew a six figure net worth in three years without living in deprivation.
What would you give to know the secret to the one thing that will keep you from getting what you want?
In today’s episode, I’m going to reveal that one thing, that if not fixed, will keep you from reaching your goals and dreams. And then I’m going to give you steps to take to fix it.
In today’s episode, I will be answering two listener questions. I love this kind of episode because I know I’m giving you what you want since you asked for it 🙂
The first question I will be answering is “Should you play it safe and take a hospital job with less money that is not work from home or stay with a temporary to a permanent position that is work from home and pays better?”
The second question is, “Are there any flexible positions that you can work from wherever you are, like from a laptop or in the mountains with satellite internet.”
In this week’s episode, you’re in for such a treat because I have with me Catie Harris of NursePreneurs. She shares:
* What a mastermind is and how being part of one can help you start and grow your own business
* How Walmart was a salvaging point for her nurse career
* How starting her podcast opened her eyes to the many amazing nurse business owners
* Why you need to have a passion to solve a problem to be successful as an entrepreneur
Nurses have a reputation for eating their young. How can that be when we are one of the most trusted professions? We care for others but don’t care for our own? New nurses need mentors instead of the sink or swim or putting them through the coals. In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about why nurses should stop and what they should do instead.
If there’s somebody that has mentored you, thank them by sharing this podcast episode with them and let them know the important role they played in your nursing career.