Do you want to be a Nurse Entrepreneur?
Maybe you’re wondering what else you can do with a nursing degree. If so, you’re certainly not alone. Many nurses are looking for innovative ways to express their nursing practice in non-traditional roles.
Taught by a registered Nurse Entrepreneur, "CHANGE OF SHIFT: From Clinical Career to Nurse Entrepreneur" will move you from vague aspirations to the development of a product or service with an actionable launch plan.
You’ve been wondering how you can use your nursing degree in business… why not start today?
And I’m not talking about starting a business that requires wooden conference tables, huge sums of money, or complicated legal structures.
Rather, as a nurse entrepreneur, you can create a non-traditional practice that allows you to work from home in a venture of your own choosing, serving the needs of those you want to serve, with a product or service that is uniquely your own.
Who Should Take This Course?
Aspiring nurse entrepreneurs who:
In This Course You Will:
What's Included in This Course:
7 Learning Modules consisting of videos, narrated slide presentations, and handouts
A Workbook for Each Module to flesh out your ideas and bring them to life
My List of “20 of the Best Online Businesses for Nurses”
Don't waste any time... get started today!
Christy Hendricks completed her nursing studies in San Diego, CA. She is a veteran registered nurse, having practiced in neonatal intensive care, pediatrics, maternal-infant care, community education, and medical aesthetics.
While working nights, Christy homeschooled her two daughters from pre-K through 8th grade. It was during that experience, together with her enjoyment of patient education, that Christy found a passion for teaching.
While Christy loved working with her patients, after a while the stress of the profession took its toll. After 21 years of clinical practice, Christy struck out on her own as a nurse entrepreneur, creating digital products for the employee wellness industry, as well as direct-to-consumer wellness courses. She passes on her knowledge of digital product creation to other nurses, weary of the long shifts, administrative burden, under staffing, and lack of appreciation.