Let the Blogging Begin

Good Morning Everyone,
One of my New Years Resolution this year was to begin blogging consistently to nurses and nurse entrepreneurs on a variety of topics. Here is to the first day!

As nurses, we wear so many different hats. Each area of nursing is it’s own specialty and has it’s own challenges. With that, it is nice to connect with others and get feedback, support and resources on how others have dealt with similar situations.

I have had my own company since 1999. My parent company is Med-Legal Healthcare Consulting Services, Inc. Services we provide  include; case management, legal nurse consulting, life care planning, nurse coaching and elder care services. Being on my own,  afforded me the ability to stay home with my kids when they were young. It has provided me  flexibility and a wide range of experiences. I can truly say, boredom is not part of my vocabulary. Every day is different. Being a nurse entrepreneur has been a wild ride. One I am glad I am on, and hope you will join me.

4 Responses to “Let the Blogging Begin”

  • Hi Patty,

    I can’t wait to hear more about wha you do. I know you are a nurse however, I checked out your ABOUT page and there is nothing there. Please tell me more about your company Nurse Coach Alliance. It sounds interesting. Glad to see you are up and blogging!

  • Terry Green says:

    Being able to connect with others in your profession to learn more and share experiences and knowledge is great. I wish you much success with your blogging efforts!

  • Patty says:

    Thanks Terry,
    I am looking forward to it. I really like reading and learning from other peoples blogs, so I hope mine will be enjoyable too.

  • Patty says:

    Thanks Karen. We are in the process of revamping the website, so it is a work in progress. :) I started Nurse Coach Alliance many years ago to help nurses who wanted to explore other options, besides traditional hospital nursing. Or if they wanted to continue in the hospital, to find the best fit. Sometimes, we get out of nursing school and take the first job. Once you have your skills, another area of nursing may be a better match. As nurses we have many transferable skills. When I started my own company, I discovered one of the skills I needed was business skills. Fortunately, I had some great mentors to guide me, and I have enjoyed mentoring too.

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