ReNursing Edu Blog

Multiple Income Streams in Business

April 14, 2021

Business, Career Change

Many people now need to have multiple sources of income in order to succeed. Nurses have second and third jobs to make ends meet, in addition to their full-time job. Having a business mindset also helps. I review each type of source of income in ReNursing Edu. Always diversify your services and products in case […]

When starting any business you need to determine your niche, especially if you’re going into a field you’re not as familiar with. I’ve been a nurse for a long time, as I imagine a lot of my readers have been as well. It’s very hard to change from a nurse mindset to a (insert your chosen field here) mindset.

Business, Career Change

December 10, 2020

How to Choose your Project Management Business Niche

During the pandemic most people are at home scrolling through their social media feed, reading random jokes, and watching random videos. They’re just watching anything that comes up on their feed. Most social media apps are set up for endless or infinite scrolling of content so users don’t leave their app and you don’t need […]

Business, Career Change

December 3, 2020

Why Nurses Make Great Content Providers

In-hospital Daycare

November 6, 2020

Business

For this daycare set up, it would require an individual to set one up in the hospital or very close to a hospital. Many hospitals have empty rooms or wings for that matter that can be converted into a daycare center for children of the employees. I would approach a hospital and ask to rent […]

Nurses…stop waking up everyday spending valuable time building someone else’s dream! One thing I’ve learned as a mom is that time is PRECIOUS! You will NEVER be able to get time back! If you want to start a business, but just haven’t taken the leap, you’re wasting time! We know nurses work hard and make […]

Business, Career Change

November 6, 2020

Stop Building Someone Else’s Dream

“I’m tired of working 12-hour shifts.” “I hate to ask for time off to spend more time with my family.” “I didn’t get a raise again this year.” When it comes to working for someone else, I’m sure you’ve said these same phrases to yourself time and time again. It’s what you’ve been conditioned to […]

Business

November 6, 2020

Are You Conditioned to Staying an Employee?