Why you need Patience to be a Successful Investor

The most important trait you need to have to be a successful investor

March 4, 2024 Episode 8: The most important trait you need to have to be a successful investor

In this episode, I wanted to share a story that taught me a big lesson when it comes to investing. Whether you are investing in assets like stock market, real estate or even in your business.. in yourself. You need this ONE TRAIT to be successful. It is a trait that I constantly have to work on and still working on to this day. I also shared 3 tips to cultivate this trait as you become a nurse investor.

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Scrubs and Stocks Podcast is a podcast hosted by Ellaine Maala, RN, NP who is a finance educator, nurse, and owner of Nursing Flowsheet LLC, which is a finance and career blog for nurses. This podcast is created to help nurses build wealth through investing in the stock market, real estate or in their own businesses.

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