One nurse has turned her side gig into an online empire after seeing great success on Etsy.
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ER nurse and popular TikTok content creator Stephanee Beggs joined “Varney & Co.,” Monday to discuss her “unintended” success, explaining how she turned her 15 minutes of fame into an opportunity to ‘changed her life.
“I fell right into it. It was very unintentional. I started selling my notes when I got out of nursing school. I was studying for the board exam, what we call the NCLEX for nursing. And it was right when the pandemic happened, so I didn’t have anyone to study with. I would teach myself to the wall and I would record it. And then I would post that on social media and people liked it,” a Beggs explained to substitute host Ashley Webster.
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“They asked to buy my study sheets. So, then, I created a store that became viral in the end. And yeah, and so now I sell study sheets. I ran the boards a long time ago, and now I sell them to students who are approaching the board exam and taking tests in nursing school,” explained Beggs.
Beggs began selling her notes in June 2020 and surpassed $2 million in profits last year alone.
Beggs sells her study sheets from her online store, RNExplained, at an affordable rate of $2 per sheet, class-specific sheets for $30 to $40, or a “big boy” that covers the majority of nursing school topics on $150.
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“If you buy a study sheet, there’s only one study sheet on one (medical) condition, it’s $2 a sheet. I sell them in bundles of separate classes. So, a pediatric bundle, a critical care bundle, between $30 and $40, and that includes 50 to 60 medical conditions. And then, I sell them all in one… a huge deal for almost the entire school of nursing.
Beggs’ unprecedented success turned her into a full-time job, she said. However, she is still working as a nurse and has chosen a university teaching gig. s
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