Self-employed nurses can benefit from passive income streams in their business.
Have you heard the statistic that millionaires have at least seven income streams? That’s seven different ways that they’re making money each month, self-employed nurses can do the same. Now take a look at your business; how many streams of income do you currently have? If it’s only one, then it’s time to open up that creative part of your brain and create more income streams.
Passive income is something of a misnomer. Work is still involved in creating products or setting up different forms of income but the difference is these streams of income can work for you almost on autopilot for years to come, long after the initial work is complete. So think of the creative process as work-heavy in the beginning while you can still earn money from them well into the future.
Benefits of Passive Income for Self-Employed Nurses
Increase your bottom line profits.
This is the most obvious benefit but certainly worth mentioning because who doesn’t want to earn more profits? If you created a for-profit business, extra ways to earn income are always welcomed. As you well know, limiting your practice to 1:1 coaching can limit your income potential, making passive income streams even more important when your coaching calendar is filled to capacity.
Regain time in your day.
Hold up…I know I just said that creating products and other streams of income takes time but jump ahead and think about the back end of the process, when your product or income stream is completely set up and the upfront work is done. With a consistent, strong marketing plan, you can easily earn money on these passive income streams without much effort, even while you sleep, which means you can take off a little earlier or take an entire day off for fun because your passive income is still earning money.
Increase your credibility by helping more people.
Think of passive income as a way to share your expertise with an ever-expanding audience. A snowball at the top of a mountain is very small, which represents you with your inner circle of coaching clients. But as the snowball travels down the hill, it gathers more and more snow until it reaches mammoth size. The same is true of you as you reach out to more and more people, networking online and off, and providing guidance through your books, webinars, or courses. You’re leveraging your knowledge and showcasing your expertise to infinitely more people, which will lead to increased sales and an army of people who rave about your work. In this case, the snowball effect is a very good thing!
Planning Your Passive Income
Now that I’ve sold you on the benefits of having passive income streams, it’s time to plan out what those streams should be for your business. Traditionally, passive income often means affiliate marketing, writing a book, or creating courses based on your coaching specialty. Of course, use your creativity to think of an idea that’s different from what other coaches produce that will also appeal to your ideal target market.
Why don’t more self-employed nurses take advantage of passive income streams?
Setting up passive income streams takes time and effort, but it can be well worth it in the long run for self-employed nurses
This post presents some great ideas for how you can set up passive income streams that provide the cash flow needed in order to support your main business while still securing other revenue streams (such as those shown below). Even if your day job isn’t directly related to your business, there’s still value here: You’ll get more breathing room when deciding whether or not to take on additional freelance projects due to strong profitability potential in your current business.
Implementing passive income streams is simply any project where either all or part of the profit comes from other sources than direct sales activity (such as sales, consulting fees or subscriptions). They require some investment upfront (either a substantial amount which has already been invested or significant amounts which have not yet been invested) but typically don’t require ongoing maintenance and can provide recurring revenue after 12 months’ worth of effort is put into them.
I hope this gives you ideas on how self-employed nurses can benefit from passive income.