In today’s episode, you are going to be inspired by a 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
Today we are going to talk about the 3 steps that every successful entrepreneur needs to take to have a successful business. Whether you want to start a business on the side or already have a business, these 3 things are the keys to success. 1) Solve a problem 2) Take action and create the solution 3) Let people know about the solution you have (marketing)
Start enhancing your resume today and get instant access to The ResumeRx nurse résumé templates worth $120… for only $27! The template bundle is very much a “DIY” option and includes 6 designs, all of which come with layouts in Word, Pages, and Google Docs.
Also, do you want a step-by-step tutorial for writing a memorable, eye-catching, and passionate resume and cover letter? Check out Amanda’s Weekend Résumé Makeover course ($197). The WRM course is more of a tutorial style course and includes training videos for Amanda’s exact process of writing each aspect of the resume (and it includes the templates).
Today’s episode features a very special guest, Jill Cohen. We are talking about a new passion project she is taking on, Save Restaurants, Feed Nurses. It’s a backline brigade of compassionate non-bedside nurses who have committed to supporting, recognizing, and nourishing our battle-weary frontline friends by providing meals for hospital staff from local restaurants.
If you happen to be a remote nurse or if you’re a non-nurse friend who’s interested, I invite you to listen to this episode, know more about this initiative, and together let’s resuscitate the love, generosity, appreciation, and support that we showered upon our frontline healthcare workers. They need it now more than ever.
Want to be a part of this meaningful project?
Donate to the Go Fund Me: https://www.gofundme.com/f/backlinesfeedthefront
Unless you’ve been in outer space or a coma for the last month, you’re familiar with the concept of social distancing, and you’re staying home to help stop the spread of coronavirus and keep your family and community safe. I applaud you and thank you for doing your part. But home is a dangerous place too, and you may not be safe from your own self while sequestered there. Let’s not forget that there are other things besides coronavirus that can still harm us. I don’t mean to stoke fear and panic in an already panicky moment in history. But I do want to keep you out of the hospital. As an ER Nurse for 18 years, I’ve seen lots of everyday household activities go sideways and result in ER visits.
This year has been a challenge for many reasons. And while for many of us this Thanksgiving does not look the same as others, taking time to give thanks is scientifically proven to be good for you.
In today’s episode, I would like to share with you 5 scientifically-proven benefits of being thankful, how I have incorporated gratitude and thanksgiving into my life, and tips on how you can also reap the benefits of gratitude.