This Ain't Your Mama's Idea of Nursing. NursePreneurs – A Career With 7-Figure Potential

The NursePreneur Mentor

Dr. Catie Harris

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Nurses are breaking out of the mold of traditional shift work and building 7-figure businesses

PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA, September 2, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nursing can easily bring in a 7-figure income or more per year.

Outrageous?

Unthinkable?

Impossible?

Not at all.

A select group of nurses known as NursePreneurs are taking the healthcare system by storm.

How could a nurse possibly make 7-figures or more? It’s not hard. And it’s certainly NOT by doing shift work.
There is a certain delusion that exists around shift work. If you could just get enough overtime, or just pay off that one credit card, or just get that 10% raise. Don’t kid yourself. Its literally impossible to break $200k in nursing doing shift work, even if you work 365 days a year.

And unfortunately $200,000 is not that much money in today’s world and certainly not enough to retire on (and remember you are working every day of your life, so there is no time for friends, family or free time).

Realistically how long can you sustain such a state of being before you burn out or get fired for “burnt out behaviors”.

But what if there was another option? What if there were another way to do nursing on your terms, on your time and in your own home?

This opportunity would have to be great, right? It would have to be easy to do, produce predictable results and generate income that is equivalent to shift work.

Well there is such an opportunity, but you will never find it in the hospital system or by getting advanced degrees.
The opportunity to earn 7 figures resides in each and every nurse. The one thing that nurses are not taught in school is this  after 10,000 hours you achieve mastery. Within 3-5 years, 99% of nurses have achieved mastery in nursing.

So what?

What can a nurse do with her mastery? Well I’ll tell you what Mallory Buxton did with hers. She started Solos Nurse Concierge Service (solosnurse.com). Mallory was an ICU nurse who wanted more. She listened to a podcast who told her to follow her expertise. And that is exactly what she did. She saw that elective patients were being sent home by themselves and she created a concierge nurse business model around the need for nurses to be available.

Mallory recently went from 1 nurse to hiring 10 nurses in less than a year. She is on course for 1 million in sales. She is a key example of a 7-figure nurse.

Christie D’Arcy is an associates degree nurse who decided to quit her job and start an IV hydration clinic – CityHydration.com. Christie busted out quickly opening 4 lounges in 2 states in 6 months. She is on the fast track to 1 million in sales.

Jason Deng is a nurse who decided to establish contracts for PICC lines in hospital systems. At a $400 profit per line, doing 8 lines a day, well you can do the math. If he only works weekdays, he’s up to $750,000. Imagine if he hired a couple nurses?

The fact is, nurses have an incredible expertise that hasn’t even begun to be tapped into yet. I have students creating incredible visions from Lori Kerley, The DNP Coach to Kat Barber who is the voice of the unsung heroes of nursing who endure abuse and hardship in their jobs.

Every nurse has an expertise within him or her that is waiting to be unleased, systematized and monetized. The potential to earn $1000 is as attainable as earning $100,000 a month if nurses are willing to value their worth and their time.

Find out more about what nurses can do to earn a 5 ,6, or 7-figure income in this free webinar. Register now at www.CatieHarris.com/web

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Mylastwill.org Makes Probate Problems Antiquated With an App Launch Set for Mid-October

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Taking the guesswork out of what’s bequeathed, a new app delivers a video will and last loving video message to loved ones’ inboxes.

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— John James

PENSACOLA, FL, UNITED STATES, September 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pensacola, FL – August 28, 2018 – In the digital age where most things are made simplistically convenient, and formidably on point, a new app comes to clarify what’s left after dying. Slated for launch in mid-October the new app from Mylastwill.org has made, of all things, creating a video will easy. Just sign up, pay a fee, input the contacts to be notified, and make a video will, living will, or last loving message. From there the app’s notification service will do the work. Upon the app user’s passing, it sends timely notifications via text or e-mail to set minds at ease and leave no inheritance to chance. Welcome to the simplest way to love the living from beyond the grave.

Helping to facilitate estate law & probate law practices while effectively making probate court unnecessary, the Mylastwill.org app cuts to the chase. Those ready to take the futuristic leap can make use of a 50% off code for pre-registration before the October 2018 launch date.

So, how does it work?

Free to download, Mylastwill.org offers four packages to choose from on an annual fee schedule. Upon payment, up to three “notifiers” are listed to alert Mylastwill.org of the user’s passing. App users will also input the phone numbers of friends and family who should be notified about their death. They will then record a will or last message and, when the time comes, the system will send the applicable recipients either an invitation to the funeral or a digital copy of the recorded videos. Though useful for everyone, the app is especially helpful for men and women in the military as video wills, video messages, and recipients can be changed at a moment’s notice.

Miss Kathy Carlton & JJ, Owner and Designer of Mylastwill.org Inc. said of the trend, “It’s tough to argue with someone’s wishes when they’re captured on a video. Court cases are proving that. So, we’ve jumped ahead of the trend by placing the power of a video will in the hands of our users. Now they can be assured that their will and last loving message is conveyed correctly. Moreover, it can show our members’ mental capacity at the time of the recording. They can also show the exact items they’re bequeathing privately. It’s a dignified way to meet the intended goals for everyone involved.”

Reported by the Boston Globe, three cases recently foretold the beginning of a change in the criminal justice system via body camera video footage. The criminal cases in Massachusetts were overturned due to the footage being used as evidence. Now, something as simple as a mobile phone’s video capturing functionality has become a tremendous truth-teller and documentarian in a court of law.

“We’re committed to seeing their last wishes through to the end and beyond with integrity. So much so, in fact, that our members can purchase up to twenty years of the service and forget about it. We’ll handle the rest.”

For more information visit http://www.Mylastwill.org.

About Mylastwill.org Inc.:

Mylastwill.org Inc. is the parent company of Mylastwill.org which is a video e-mail and text notification service that alerts a curated contact list when a platform member has passed.

Location Information:

5601 N. W St. #25

Pensacola, Florida 32505

Contact:

JJ John James

Owner, Mylastwill.org Inc.

JJ@mylastwill.org

850-912-8077

Website:

http://www.Mylastwill.org

Social Media:

https://www.facebook.com/videowills/

https://twitter.com/JohnJam22046566

https://www.pinterest.com/jjames1689/apps-mylastwillorg/

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FICO Professor Howe Makes Public Challenge After CNBC’s Yoni Blumberg Misreports the Myth Dispelled by FICO’s Dornhelm

America's Credit Czar wants to finally set the record straight and educate the ‘credit experts’ about the impact of reported balances at the time of scoring

No individual has ever obtained a perfect FICO 850 score without 'carrying' a balance. In fact, among other ‘Leaves’ FICO requires both an installment and a revolving balance to achieve perfection.”

— FICO Professor and SubscriberWise CEO David Howe

SAN FRANCISCO , CALIF., UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, September 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — SubscriberWise, the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today the public challenge to CNBC’s Yoni Blumberg — and any other financial writers who may be interested – who inadvertently misreport the information that consumers need to know about the impact of favorable utilization (low credit-to-debt ratios on credit obligations, particularly revolving accounts) on the calculation of FICO scores at the very moment a score is requested.

The public challenge is made by SubscriberWise founder and CEO David Howe, the first and only consumer in global banking and financial history to achieve simultaneous perfect FICO and Vantage scores across every national repository and to also report the details that continuously generate perfect scores to national reporters including at Bankrate.com (https://www.bankrate.com) and the Motley Fool (https://www.fool.com).

Related: (YouTube) Credit myth busted: FICO utilization explained by SubscriberWise founder and US Credit Czar David Howe — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEchY2L1348

“Almost immediately after Yoni Blumberg published the story ‘3 myths about what affects your credit score that FICO wants to clear up for you’ (https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/15/3-myths-about-what-affects-your-credit-score-fico-wants-to-clear-up.html), I contacted him offering to discuss the misinformation that he published,” confirmed David Howe, SubscriberWise founder, FICO GOAT, and America’s child identity guardian. “Unfortunately, I never heard from Yoni and I’ve not seen a correction since the story was published on August 15, 2018.

“In the story, FICO’s Ethan Dornhelm (http://www.fico.com/en/blogs/author/ethan-dornhelm/) correctly dispelled the myth that ‘One of the biggest misconceptions about FICO scores is that you have to carry a balance on your credit cards in order to build a credit history.’ Not surprisingly, Dornhelm was exactly right when he reported that ‘This is completely inaccurate,’” Howe confirmed. “The problem, however, is that Yoni apparently didn’t understand what Dornhelm said. Yoni incorrectly reported the following as a myth: ‘Carrying a balance improves your score.’ But that’s not what FICO’s Dornhelm said at all. Dornhelm said that it’s not necessary to carry a balance on your credit cards in order to build a credit history. And that’s, in fact, accurate,” Howe emphasized.

FICO Fact: The minimum required to calculate a FICO Score: For a FICO Score to be calculated, your credit report from the bureau for which the score is being calculated must contain enough information – and enough recent information – on which to base a credit score. Generally, that means you must have at least one account that has been open for six months or longer, and at least one account that has been reported to the credit bureau within the last six months (source: Fair Isaac Corporation, https://www.myfico.com/credit-education/credit-scores/).

“On the other hand, to say that ‘Carrying a balance improves your score’ is a myth – as reported by Yoni – is ironically not a myth at all. Because carrying a balance can and does improve a FICO score. Moreover, carrying both a revolving balance and an installment balance with favorable utilization is the most ideal scoring scenario for FICO’s max 850 scorecard,” Howe said. “Interestingly enough, and of course counter-intuitive to the untrained consumer, having no reported balances – having a credit report with zero obligations owing across every reported account – this will result in a notably lower score than one with one or two balances that each contain favorable credit-to-debt ratios.

Related: FICO Professor Howe Aligns 850 Perfection at Equifax, Experian and TransUnion with Never Before Published Reports Sourced Directly From Fair Isaac — https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20171007005036/en

“Yes, to reiterate, Dornhelm said correctly that it wasn’t necessary to carry a balance on your credit cards in order to build a credit history,” Howe added. “And that’s very different from what Yoni reported as the first myth in his story: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/15/3-myths-about-what-affects-your-credit-score-fico-wants-to-clear-up.html. Dornhelm is right, while Yoni Blumberg got confused by the information FICO provided.

“So, to help Yoni – and any other ‘expert’ who fails to fully understand FICO scorecard technology and the impact of a reported balance(s) with favorable utilization at the moment a score is generated, I have a simple challenge,” Howe continued. “I’ll meet with any reporter anywhere and I’ll let that reporter choose which repository to process my personal credit at Fair Isaac’s ‘myFICO’ (https://www.myfico.com). We’ll process the credit with zero obligations owing across all credit accounts. The result will be a general-purpose FICO score (range 300 to 850) of just under 800.

“We’ll process again in a week or so after I make a small purchase on a revolving credit obligation and the purchase posts to the same repository the reporter initially selected. The result will be a boost to the credit score of approximately 37 points. The score will be around 835. It’s that simple.

“I’ll just ‘carry’ the balance for a few days until it books on the credit report and then we’ll process the score and watch it soar!” Howe proclaimed.

“And once the facts have been revealed, it will by my sincere pleasure to help Yoni and the others understand how to adequately report this information for the benefit of the credit consuming population. I’ll help Yoni and the others perpetuate the correct information that will help consumers rather than continue to confuse with word-play and misleading information that, unfortunately, continues to make its way onto major media sites without correction.

“To be sure, that’s the desire and goal of the Credit Czar,” Howe concluded.

Related: FICO Pro David Howe Seeks Obama Appointment as Credit Czar — https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160722005647/en/

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