Serial entrepreneur, business coach, and best-selling author Deanna Cooper Gillingham RN, CCM went from bedside nurse to lifestyle entrepreneur. She started her business as a side hustle in 2014 and was able to quit her day job and move to a beach on the Caribbean Sea in 2016. Since that time she has been supporting her dream life with her lifestyle business taking it from a grind to a thriving business that she can run in a few hours a week. Now she will help you to do the same! She will inspire and equip you to discover what you want your dream life to be, create a business that will support that lifestyle, and get that business to thrive so that you can live the life you want. Have you ever asked yourself... How can I make money online? How do I stop making my employer rich and start reaping the benefits of my hard work? Am I ready to quit my job? What does it take to build a profitable business? How do I make my business work for me instead of creating another job for myself? How do I get my dream life? How do I create a business that supports the life I want to live? How can I create passive income? How do I market my business? Do I have to wait until I retire to be happy? Then listen and learn! Whether you are dreaming of creating your business, have a side hustle, or already have a business this is the podcast is for you! It’s a mix of special co-hosts, interviews, and solo shows where you will hear action steps, tips, and inspirational stories that will help YOU design your dream life and business. The Stay at Home Nurse Podcast covers everything from monetizing your expertise, creating multiple passive income streams, marketing yourself as the go-to leader, creating and launching online products and services, email marketing, outsourcing and building a team, social media strategies, building authority online, affiliate marketing, managing finances, and productivity tips so you reach your goals without burning yourself out. Deanna openly shares her wins, losses, lessons learned, and the truth about what it takes to build a business that supports your dream lifestyle. If you want a private jet, Lamborghini, or your own island, move on. But, if you want to learn how to create a business that gives you the freedom to leave your soul-sucking job and create a business that makes you excited to get out of bed each morning, hit subscribe and get ready to change your life!
Are you thinking of starting a business or side hustle? You should definitely consider a lifestyle business.
What is a lifestyle business? What are the benefits of a lifestyle business? Is everyone’s lifestyle business the same? Who is a lifestyle business NOT for? How do you automate your business so you aren’t working all the time?
Listen in as Janine and Deanna discuss these topics and more!
Have you ever wondered how much Case Managers make? Would you like to know how Case Manager’s salaries compare to Nurses' salaries? We cover this and so much more in this week's episode of The Stay at Home Nurse podcast.
Join us today as we answer these questions and compare recent survey results from nurses and case managers.
Click here to listen to TSAHN Is Case Management a Good Career Move for Nurses?
#65 - Would you like to know what it’s like to work as an inpatient case manager at a large, not-for-profit academic hospital that sees patients from all over the world?
Then join us today as we learn about a day in the life of an inpatient case manager at the Cleveland Clinic.Shownotes Time Stamp
3:54 A day in the life of an inpatient case manager at the Cleveland Clinic
7:54 The culture of the Cleveland Clinic
Are you looking for your dream job? Have you been applying for job after job and getting nowhere? Or maybe you haven’t been applying at all because you would rather deal with the devil you know than the one you don’t know? Maybe you are content where you are but wonder if there is something better out there for you.
If you answered yes to any of these questions then this episode is for you!
I’m going to share with you...
#63 - After over a year of being on hiatus, The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast is back! In this first episode of our new season, I want to share with you why I put the podcast on hold, what I have been doing since pausing the podcast, lessons learned during the last 16 months, and what you can expect from the podcast in the future.
I’ve learned some very valuable lessons and I’m excited to share them with you!Show Notes
#62 - This episode is part of our series on nurses who took the leap to leave their traditional nursing position and go full-time on their entrepreneurial journey during the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we’re talking with Kathy Kates. Kathy is a family nurse practitioner and pelvic floor therapist. Kathy’s firsthand knowledge about pelvic health comes from her experience as a mom and a former cancer patient. Her work is en...
#061 - It was a long journey for me to go from a bedside nurse to a work from home nurse. So why after finally getting the work-from-home job of my dreams would I quit that job?
That’s what we’ll talk about in this week's episode of the Stay at Home Nurse Podcast. Listen through as I also share the first of many steps to my success. It’ll leave you wanting to figure out your own dream and going for that dream.Show...
#060 - Today on The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast, we get to sit down and chat with Liz Rohr NP. Liz is a primary care family nurse practitioner, and the founder of Real World NP - an online educational platform and business where she creates the products she wishes she had when starting out as a nurse practitioner. Her business is growing and she’s bringing on employees while creating a happy place to work.Show notes
#059 - How can changing your thinking from “someone should” to “I can” can change your world? How do you survive nursing school with two littles? How can changes open your eyes to new opportunities? So many interesting topics for today’s episode!
This episode is a little bit different as we bring you an episode from the Still A Nurse Podcast by Tristan Soelber, where I had the honor of being her guest. You will love Tr...
#058 - One of the biggest decisions you have to make in your journey from side hustle to full-time entrepreneur is when to make the leap. In “normal” times this is a hard decision, but the uncertainty of the pandemic has brought a new set of challenges. And yet a large number of nurses have decided to do just that; leave the “security” of their traditional nursing job and go full time with their business. And the resul...
#57 - It takes a special kind of nurse to work with victims of sexual assault. I had the honor of interviewing one of these very special nurses, Maie McKenzie. Marie has used her training in Forensic Nursing and as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) in both the Emergency Department and community rape crisis centers.
In today’s episode, Marie talks with us about:
#056 - Are you a nurse with a business or a nurse aspiring to start your own business? You don’t want to miss this episode! There are lots of people out there teaching nurses how to start a business. But the last thing you want to do is to start a business that doesn’t fit your lifestyle. In fact, one of the best benefits of owning a business is the lifestyle freedom that comes with it.
In this episode we bring back Am...
#055 - Taking the entrepreneurial leap is a big decision under normal circumstances. And to many, it may seem like a crazy thing to do during a pandemic. But we have encountered several nurses who have successfully gone from side hustle to full-time nurse entrepreneur in 2020.
We will feature these amazing nurses in a mini-series starting on today’s episode with Ananya Datta. Ananya is a dual board-certified Pediatric N...
#054 - Do you consider yourself an introvert? Have you ever wondered how you could be a successful entrepreneur as an introvert? Me too! Networking is important for your career, your business, and your life. But as an introvert, this is not something that comes naturally. It’s something we have to be very intentional about working at.
Today I’m going to share with you what I have learned so that you too can be successf...
#053 - Are you feeling stuck in your career or life in general? In today’s episode of The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast, We’re talking with Ann Konkoly, midwife, coach, and speaker. Ann’s mission is to support women and nurses in getting unstuck, reconnecting to who they are, and cultivating what they want.
In this episode we talk about:
#052 - In today’s episode, I want to share a secret with you - the secret to a successful life. Purposely focusing on this can have a major impact on your mood, success, and so much more.
Your mom was right, who you hang around makes a difference. As Jim Rohn once said, “You’re the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with”.Show Notes
Join and connect with me on ClubHouse. You can find me by searching my nam...
#51 - As a Registered Nurse, wife, and mother, Helen Eimers was feeling defeated trying to juggle shift work and being the wife and mother she truly wanted to be.
She dove headfirst into beefing up her resume and getting her case management certification, and after several dead-end job applications, she landed a job as a telephonic case manager working remotely from home.
While working remotely as a case manager, she lo...
#50 - In today’s episode, you are going to be inspired by millennial, wife, mother, nurse practitioner, case manager, author, and owner of a healthcare consulting firm, “Mercedes The NP”.
Mercedes walks us through how she got to where she is today and how she turned her passion for maternal-child health into a viable business model.Show Notes
Download a sneak peek of Mercedes’ book What In The Baby?!?
Get the sc...
#049 - Over the last couple of years, I have been helping nurses and other professionals to launch and grow their side hustle and businesses. Recently I have been receiving more and more requests, and it’s getting harder and harder to help everyone. So I began thinking about the best ways to help you.
There is nothing more rewarding to me than helping someone to reach their goals, and live the life they dream of. In to...
#048 - The enneagram is a personality typing tool that has helped me to be a better nurse, mom, friend, and entrepreneur. So I was excited to hear about Janna Thomason, The Enneagram Nurse. She helps nurses to learn how the enneagram can be used in their careers and their lives.
In this episode, we will meet Janna and get to know more about the enneagram. You don’t want to miss this episode.
A few takeaways ...
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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