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.
Whether you already have a nursing vision or you’re still looking for your vision, this episode is sure to inspire you.
In this episode, Antonette and I talk about:
The piece of advice she would give to nurses to help spark the fire that they can be a visionary nurse
The importance of having a vision and how to create your own
The mindset needed to take action when she had the desire to move forward with her vision
How she took the huge leap from city urban life to rural life
Her story and the amazing accomplishments she’s made over the years
“If you have the opportunity, then go for it.” – Antonette Montalvo
Buckle up and enjoy this episode.
#016 – Nurses, let’s face it! You will never get rich working for someone else. How do I define rich? As having the lifestyle, financial, and time freedom that I want. And in this episode, we will talk about just that.
There are limitless opportunities for entrepreneurs but you have to invest in yourself. In this episode, we will delve deeper into each of these.
You must invest time.
You must invest in education.
You must invest money.
You must invest in your mindset.
If you’ve never thought about entrepreneurship, this episode will inspire you to consider the possibilities. If you’ve been thinking about entrepreneurship, then this episode will confirm that yes, you can be a successful entrepreneur and get rich, but you must invest in yourself.
Getting Paid to Write as a Nurse: Now more than ever there is a demand for Nurse writers. Nurses are supplementing their income from the comfort of their own home. Some of them are even going full time with their writing. And the best part is, you don’t have to have any previous writing experience to get started.
This week on The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast, we have a very special guest with us, Janine Kelbach, RNC-OB. Janine shares how she started writing and how she now helps others to do the same. You won’t want to miss this episode. Grab a cup of your favorite drink, sit back, and enjoy the show.
As nurses, we are accustomed to having job security based on the fact that people everywhere get sick or injured and need our services. But when you are no longer working bedside doing hands-on patient care, how secure is your job?
In this episode, we are going to look at one popular places nurses move to when working beyond the bedside, the insurance company, and discuss how secure those jobs are, steps you can take to increase your job security, and ways to get other job offers, just in case.