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Business Planning: Not Just For Startups

Nurse Practitioners in Business

It’s an ongoing debate… Some view business planning as essential, whereas others think it’s optional. And some situations may or may not require a business plan. For example: Small, low-risk startups where the business owner has lots of experience or has started a business before.

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Just What is Business Failure?

Nurse Practitioners in Business

If you run a business, you could face losing it because of the business failing. That’s what it feels like when your practice faces closure, when you’re about to lose your business. While some business owners may ignore the signs, hoping that things will get better (they rarely do), she’s not one of them.

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Success Tips from NP Business Owners

Nurse Practitioners in Business

Have you ever wondered what success tips nurse practitioner business owners would share with you? I recently asked Nurse Practitioner business owners to share some of their top success tips for those who are thinking about starting and growing their own practices. Well, here they are.

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Business Mentorship: Is It Luxury Or Essential To Success?

Nurse Practitioners in Business

This is true across all professions and is not limited to business mentorship alone. Business Mentorship Business mentorships are professional relationships where an experienced person (the mentor) teaches a less experienced person about business … nothing new or different here. A Definition But first, what is mentorship?

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3 Things to Consider Before You Start a Practice or Business

Nurse Practitioners in Business

The last couple of years have seen a steep uptick in business startups in the US… we’re talking millions on new businesses! Now how do people decide what kind of practice or business to start? Once you’ve made a decision about the business you want to start, and what you want to do, you can now focus on getting it done.

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How Customer-Centric is Your Practice, Business, or Organization?

Nurse Practitioners in Business

And don’t make them do any extra work to do business with you. But in a customer-centric practice or business, most, if not all, decisions, processes, and policies are designed to create a positive customer experience and build long-term customer relationships. The post How Customer-Centric is Your Practice, Business, or Organization?

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Which Payroll Schedule Suits Your Business?

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In the realm of business operations, few things are as crucial as managing payroll efficiently. Paying employees correctly and on time, and following rules, can be challenging for businesses. Payroll is a complex and important part of running a company, whether you’re a small business or a large enterprise.