Taking the entrepreneurial leap is a big decision under normal circumstances. And to many, it may seem like a crazy thing to do during a pandemic. But we have encountered several nurses who have successfully gone from side hustle to full-time nurse entrepreneur in 2020.
We will feature these amazing nurses in a mini-series starting on today’s episode with Ananya Datta. Ananya is a dual board-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, consultant, and coach on a mission to help the next generation of nurse practitioners step into practice with confidence and clarity. Her desire to support new grad NPs in their transition to practice is mission-centric and ties back to her lack of orientation and onboarding support as a new grad many years ago.
In addition to that, Ananya has started her nurse consultant agency.
Do you consider yourself an introvert? Have you ever wondered how you could be a successful entrepreneur as an introvert? Me too! Networking is important for your career, your business, and your life. But as an introvert, this is not something that comes naturally. It’s something we have to be very intentional about working at.
Today I’m going to share with you what I have learned so that you too can be successful with your networking. You will find this episode helpful with your networking whether you’re an introvert or not.
Are you feeling stuck in your career or life in general? In today’s episode of The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast, We’re talking with Ann Konkoly, midwife, coach, and speaker. Ann’s mission is to support women and nurses in getting unstuck, reconnecting to who they are, and cultivating what they want.
In this episode we talk about:
Ann’s inspiring story of personal change and evolution in becoming a certified nurse-midwife turned respected coach and speaker for women looking to cultivate the life they desire to live
The visioning process: the aspect of coaching she loves
Two-step coaching process:
In today’s episode, I want to share a secret with you – the secret to a successful life. Purposely focusing on this can have a major impact on your mood, success, and so much more.
Your mom was right, who you hang around makes a difference. As Jim Rohn once said, “You’re the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with”.
As a Registered Nurse, wife, and mother, Helen Eimers was feeling defeated trying to juggle shift work and being the wife and mother she truly wanted to be.
She dove headfirst into beefing up her resume and getting her case management certification, and after several dead-end job applications, she landed a job as a telephonic case manager working remotely from home.
While working remotely as a case manager, she longed for the opportunity to help others on a deeper, more personal level. She started her side hustle building her business as a yoga instructor, health and wellness coach, and creator of the Back 2 Bliss Back Pain Protocol.
In today’s episode, you are going to be inspired by millennial, wife, mother, nurse practitioner, case manager, author, and owner of a healthcare consulting firm, “Mercedes The NP”.
Mercedes walks us through how she got to where she is today and how she turned her passion for maternal-child health into a viable business model.
Over the last couple of years, I have been helping nurses and other professionals to launch and grow their side hustle and businesses. Recently I have been receiving more and more requests, and it’s getting harder and harder to help everyone. So I began thinking about the best ways to help you.
There is nothing more rewarding to me than helping someone to reach their goals, and live the life they dream of. In today’s episode, I’m going to share with you 3 ways to better serve you and to help you live the life of your dreams. Make sure you don’t miss it!
The enneagram is a personality typing tool that has helped me to be a better nurse, mom, friend, and entrepreneur. So I was excited to hear about Janna Thomason, The Enneagram Nurse. She helps nurses to learn how the enneagram can be used in their careers and their lives.
In this episode, we will meet Janna and get to know more about the enneagram. You don’t want to miss this episode.
New Years Day is the perfect time to stop and reflect on where you are now, where you want to be a year from now, 5 years from now, even 10 years from now, and how you are going to get there.
In today’s episode It’s New Year’s Resolution Time, Let’s Get Things Done In 2021! So how can we make sure we keep our resolutions and reach our goals? That’s what we’re going to talk about on today’s episode of The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast.
5 Nurses That Don’t Work Christmas…
1) Home Health/Hospice Nurse (May take a call on holidays)
2) Clinic Nurse (GI Lab, Outpatient surgery center, Cath lab – May take a call on holidays)
3) School Nurse (Not only get all the holidays off, but they also have summer off)
4) Doctor’s Office Nurse
5) CM/UM or other Remote Nurse