Subject: Millionaire Nurse Entrepreneur ~ Facebook Business Tips ~ NNBA News

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Presidents Corner                                                July 15, 2016
The Buzz regarding ‘Burnout’
A new report issued jointly by four critical care organizations says up to 45% of the nation's 10,000 critical care physicians and nearly a third (25% - 33%) of the 500,000 critical care nurses are reporting severe burnout. “We can't take care of patients if we can't take care of each other and take care of ourselves” said one ICU nurse. When my book Unconventional Nurse: Going from Burnout to Bliss! was published in 2013, just over a third of all nurses reported symptoms of burnout. This is a relevant and significant issue in our nation’s healthcare delivery system. Many of NNBA’s members were Critical Care Nurses in the past; myself included. You can access the article here:
Have you considered owning your own business?
Entrepreneurship offers nurses an opportunity to use your knowledge, passion, life and professional experience towards creating a small business. Some nurses become business owners after they realize that they have been working as a consultant! They didn’t realize that the expertise and advice they had been providing could actually be leveraged to growing their own business! Dr. Susan Odergaard Turner  will be sharing with nurses exactly how to build a successful consulting business; make sure to register here!  Susan is one of over 15 acclaimed Nurse Entrepreneurs and Business Experts that will be presenting at Hotel reservations need to be made by September 13th to receive NNBA’s fabulous room discount rate of $89.00!
It should come as no surprise that there are nurse entrepreneurs that have hit the 7-figure mark, however by 30 years old, as noted in the Business Insider article below, is pretty remarkable. I’ve included the article because its steps are aligned with the NNBA’s core values and mission. In newsletters, articles and blogs we discuss the need for nurses to develop multiple streams of income to protect the longevity and financial strength of your nursing career. Invest in yourself, set and visualize your goals and hang out with people you admire. Andrew Carnegie, who started with nothing before becoming the richest man in the US credited his wealth to the mastermind principle of surrounding himself with talented people who share your vision because the alignment of several smart and creative minds is exponentially more powerful than one. Since 1985 the NNBA has been made up of talented, smart and creative nurses and nowhere is this mastermind principle more evident than at NNBA’s signature conference on Nurse Entrepreneurship! Enjoy the Facebook business article; it is full of good tips and reminders to having a strong and interactive business socially. And the article 'Why You Should Make Art Even If You Are Bad' explains why we have more creative ideas after painting!

Check out what Nurses said about NNBA’s 2015 conference and make sure you are there this year!
Unconventionally yours,

About the NNBA
The National Nurses in Business Association, the forerunner of the nurse entrepreneurship movement, provides education, support, empowerment and opportunity for nurses in business since 1985. Thousands of nurses over the past 30 years have benefited from membership in the NNBA and launched successful businesses. The NNBA is the #1 Nurse Business Owner Network and serves as The Voice of Nurse Entrepreneurship. Learn about joining the NNBA by clicking here.

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Articles of Interest
11 things to do in your 20s to become a millionaire by 30
Business Insider
17 Awesome Facebook Business Page Post Ideas for Small Businesses
Social Quant
7 science-backed reasons you should make art, even if you're bad at it
Business Insider
"In a free-market economy, anyone can make as much money as they want," emphasizes self-made millionaire Steve Siebold, who has also studied over 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people.

That applies to 20-somethings.

To help you reach the seven-figure mark by 30, we rounded up 11 pieces of advice from people who became millionaires at a young age and people who have studied hundreds of self-made millionaires. We can't guarantee millionaire status, but doing these things won't hurt your odds:
Do you find yourself coming to your Facebook business page just wishing you had a magic wand on what type of things you should post?

Trust me when I say that there are many others out there just like you having those exact same feelings.

Wouldn’t it be great to have posts on your business page just popping with likes, comments and shares?

By making posts that leave people feeling excited and liking your content, they’ll be more likely to do exactly that.
We've been making it for about as long as we've been called humans, and few would argue against its value as culturally enriching as well as emotionally and often intellectually rewarding. Making art for art's sake is plenty. 

Yet as scientific research has shown, our minds seem built to enjoy and analyze art deeply, and creating it, no matter your skill level, is good for you.

Painting, sculpting, dancing, making music, and all the other artistic pursuits have benefits that go far beyond pure enjoyment or cultural creation — 
What your nurse colleagues had to say about last year’s conference and why you should be there this year!

First Conference and it will not be my last. I felt renewed with other ways to be a nurse. I love it!!!
Coleen Jimenez, RNC-MNN, BSN, MSN, DNP-c

NNBA has opened my eyes to what is possible!
Lana Taylor, RN, BSN

Thank you so much for the conference.  It has changed my life.  It was so empowering and inspiring; we are starting a business that we have talked about for this past year!
Deborah Shields, MSN, RN-BC

I enjoy the sharing of information and ideas and that the speakers are willing to share their tips instead of keeping success to themselves! Thank you!
Erin Levitsky, BSN

This conference is amazing and professional. Being here and listening to the attitude, success and failures of the nurse entrepreneurs is priceless!
Bonnie Kavannaugh, RN-BC, BSN, CMC

I wanted to thank you again for putting on another AMAZING conference!
Heather Taylor, RN

Every speaker today was very inspirational and great ideas that is able to reach anyone’s passion.
Renee Natole, RN, BSN

Many lives have been changed in this room! NNBA has brought hope, knowledge and a pathway for positive change! So many happy nurses in this room!

I’m just glad I am here, I feel so blessed sitting with like-minded people. Knowledge and friends I gained in a span of 3 days is wonderful!
Melinda Erica, RN

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