Category Archives: start up

License to “Drive”

License to “Drive”

So, you want to drive potential customers to your business? Well don’t forget your license. Nope, I’m not talking about that piece of laminated freedom that showcases our best look that only a mother could love. If you’re currently running a business or looking to start one, then you may want to ensure you have… Continue Reading

The power of social media #NurseUp

The power of social media #NurseUp

If you’ve been following Innovative Nurse, and the other nurse bloggers and innovators out there, then you’ve probably gotten a dose of how powerful social media can be. Just a few short days ago, I heard about Amanda Trujillo’s story and decided to plant my feet firmly on the ground, my fingers firmly on my… Continue Reading

Why you should use mobile marketing

Why you should use mobile marketing

To be successful in business, you must utilize every type of marketing strategy available. One very popular and effective marketing strategy is mobile marketing. Mobile marketing gained massive popularity with the introduction of the iPhone, Blackberry, and multiple Android devices. The technology in smartphones (SMS, or short message service) allows people to send sophisticated text… Continue Reading

The road less traveled

If you heard my “how I got here” on RN.FM Radio, then I’ll go ahead and build on a subject that may have you question about whether I’m a “real nurse” or not. If you didn’t listen in the other night, what are you waiting for? Get over there and check out the show. I… Continue Reading

Gary Vaynerchuk…You’re my new friend

Gary, You don’t know me (yet), but you’re my new friend, professionally speaking of course. Unless you do actually want to hang, then don’t hesitate to reach out. How’s next Tuesday? All jokes aside, I can now say that I have the pleasure of “knowing” you. So the next time you speak and I’m present… Continue Reading

Hey 2012, this is only the beginning

Hands down 2012 is going to be a big year around here. According to Wikipedia, and one of the things I find most intriguing is (paraphrased): The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2012 as the International Year of Cooperatives, highlighting the contribution of cooperatives to socio-economic development, in particular recognizing their impact on poverty reduction, employment generation and social integration. A… Continue Reading

RN.FM Radio Nursing Unleashed!

Can I just say how much I LOVE collaborative projects? Especially the ones that I am completely and utterly stoked about. I can barely contain the excitement I have about this new project. Can you tell? I have the distinct pleasure of working with some amazing, and innovative nurses out there. Anna Morrison from iCoachNurses and… Continue Reading

Healthcare, extend the reach

An article I read just sparked a video response on how we can “un-blur” the lines of healthcare, and repair this fractured system by using our nursing skills and getting out there as consultants. You want to be heard? I’m going to continue to pave the way to create a unified voice here for nurses… Continue Reading

Nurses, answer that call light

Nurses, answer that call light

It’s review time here at Innovative Nurse. Yes, I’m compelled to share my opinion with you about something that I just read. In fact, I just finished reading it, totally crushed the “pages” on my iPad only to want more. I couldn’t put it down. Kids screaming in the background, “when are we going to… Continue Reading

Entrepreneurs, never settled

I’m back again to tell you that I’m never settled. Don’t get me wrong, I love what I do even though the day to day is not perfect. If you’re truly happy with your career whether employed in an organization, or self-employed, then this is amazing. You’re blessed and you should be proud. If you… Continue Reading

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