The 3:5:7 System For Launching Your Caregiving Business
3 Ways To RAISE 5 K To Launch Your Business In 7 Weeks or LESS
This is an email course that shows nurses how to start a business when there is no capital. It works you through three pretty simple, powerful and amazing ways to quickly raise five thousand dollars plus the seven steps you will need to take to launch a caregiving businesss.
This is course is like a paper GPS to take you from where you are now to launching your business in 7 weeks or less.
Can you really start a caregiving business without a capital yes you can. You can raise some money and start the business all at the same time by doing just a few things slightly differently. You can start small and then work your way up and through the process.
Stella Nsong is a certified dementia practitioner and geriatric care manager. She is a bestselling author, winner of the independently published nonfiction book award in 2013, winner of the pinnacle award in the elder care books category in 2014, a motivational lecturer, a health care columnist and elder care consultant. Through her writing and lectures, she is building the bridge to transform America’s elder care cliff through education, innovation and collaborative initiatives. Over the last twenty years, Stella Nsong has worked in almost all branches of health care. In 1990, she won the Gold Medal for practical nursing in Georgia. In 2011, she was nominated The Business Woman of the Year in Chesterland Ohio. In 2012, she was nominated for the Platinum Award in Care Management as well as the Professional of Note in Geriatric Medicine.
She is the 2015 recipient of the 23rd annual Woman of Achievement Award. That momentous occasion recognized Stella Nsong for her endeavors in and to the business and health care community. Her best seller book the Caregiver’s Cliff Notes: 27 Things To Do When Your Parents Are Losing Their Independence offers a road map to surviving caregiving and it shows what 76 million baby boomers need to know when it comes to caregiving for their aging loved ones.
She writes a syndicated column titled The Elder Care Cliff Report: What baby boomers need to know about caring for their parents. Today, she serves as the president of the CAREgiving Institute, a 501 (c) (3) organization and is the CEO of the Caregiver Relief Network. Proceeds of the national sales of this book will go to the Caregiver Relief Network, the only global membership community that supports and encourages self-care for caregivers, ways to survive caregiving, how to thrive as a caregiver and how to make caregiving a gratifying experience.