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And I believe the phrase you refer to in your post is:My motto:
Life is too short to work with Jerks.
Fear, uncertainty and self-doubt.I havent made that leap yet and I don't know why ?
Consider opening a nursing agency or home care agency. Your wife could at least temporarily be a nurse for the agency and really up the amount of money she keeps by doing that(because it will go through a corp)...or consider teaching CEU's or offering an online website with nursing CEU's...the agency thing can be a real way to go...eventually it can become hands-off and be sold for a profit. The nursing shortage is only going to get worse and baby boomers will be moving into nursing homes and need homecare. Plus if she is currently working as a nurse she has a pool of fellow nurses to pluck to pick up time on the side. It might mean she keep working temporarily but the long term advantages could really make it worth it.I wish I could bridge the gap with me working weekends. She's a nurse and makes more in those 2 days than I make all week LoL
Damn straight.Kimberland said:its not what you do from 9-5 that counts,
its what you do from 5-9.
I remember an entrepreneur talking about when he started his business: "I worked 16 hours a day, 7 days a week. My competitors were putting in 8 hours a day, max.
"I figured that in one year, I did twice as much work as them. And every year I'm in business, I pull ahead of them by at least a year's worth of business".
An observation I took to heart.
When colleagues would meet me, they'd say, "How in the world do you get all this stuff done?"
I'd just smile.
Rep speed for you, Kimber! + + +
This is really a limiting belief....Checked into the home health care you would have to form some type of corp or llc be licensed,insured,bonded really don't have the money for this there is a lot of liability. my budget is very small $1000 but is a very good Idea could make millions my wife's boss owns to assisted living facility's and does a half *** job of running them and he's made millions one thing is for sure they will always be in demand the place my wife works has a waiting list if that tells you anything
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