Being a nurse entrepreneur is an exciting journey.
I call it a journey because as an entrepreneur, whatever products you sold last year may not sell this year. There is also so much to learn, and the more you work as an entrepreneur, the better and more successful you get.
To be a successful entrepreneur, it takes three main things.
Have a passion for what you choose to do.
If you do not have a passion for it, when the going gets tough, you will give up.
Being an entrepreneur is like being married. There are good days and bad days.
If you love your spouse with a passion, you work things out during the bad days.
That’s how business also works.
If you are passionate enough, you will succeed.
Entrepreneurship is not for the impatient.
You have to be patient when you start building your business. It may take a few years before you make any income.
But don’t let that discourage you.
Keep working toward your dream and you will get there.
A Willingness to Learn
Know what you don’t know. You cannot know everything.
If you want to succeed, you need a coach who has been where you want to go.
Be willing to listen and learn from others.
A coach will walk you through your journey and help you gain clarity.
If you are the kind of person who wants to be a lone-ranger, you will struggle unnecessarily and chances are you will give up.
I had a successful and thriving Counseling and Consulting business when I lived in Kenya.
Coming to America in 2002, my initial focus was to get a job and settle down.
But the entrepreneurial spirit never left me.
In 2012, I registered my business and started back on my entrepreneurial journey.
It’s been an exciting and fulfilling journey.
I would like to walk with you on your entrepreneurial journey.
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Here are some books I recommend that you could read to give you some ideas on how you can become a nurse entrepreneur.
These books are written by nurses for nurses.
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