What is your business plan and what is it you offer? Interview with Nurseup.com on business plans.
Q: When thinking about your business plan what is it you want to do? What is it you offer?
A: Nonprofit verses profit has details with each and when setting up your company via your state, there are options such as LLC or limited, which I choose. Why I am nonprofit? I hold a license in the state of Ohio as a minister and I offer spiritual and energy care.
Since there is separation of church and state, then nonprofit status meets my needs. This also makes all my fees donations for service as part of my pending 501c3 and nonprofit status. If I had been purely just a provider (Family Nurse Practitioner) business and I was taking insurance and CMS, then profit might be more of where I would need to be with my company.
To answer your other question, nurses are not trained to see themselves as business but a team of a business. When working fast food you are trained to say, "Do you want fries with that? Do you want to supersize?" Nurses are not trained to do such things and see themselves outside the company. A big budget is not necessary to run a business. Being consistent in your business is. That is what draws your business.
Back to the fries theme, you go back and back, over and over, because the sandwich looks the same the first time, and the last time you purchased it. Your services are the same. You are the same. Good. There is competition. Good. There is a monopoly. Because there are always those who are not impressed and want something different. Finding your demographics is the key and once you do, you are winning.
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