No. Your Nano has a 3.3V output, try using that to power the NRF24L01. I've done just that (using Nanos with a CH340). Robotdyn also make a Nano with a more powerful 3.3V regulator that might be able to power the NRF24L01 a bit better.
ill try but i heard the 3v3 output didnt have enough current to supply the nrf24?
That may well be an issue. You *cannot* use a resistor, as the current drawn by the NRF24 varies from near zero to... quite a bit more... depending on what it's doing. A resistor that provided 3.3v at peak current would leave almost 5v on the NRF24 when it wasn't drawing much current. You must use a regulator - a 1117-series regulator in TO-220, with ceramic caps soldered right onto the leads, is probably the most compact solution.
You realize... everyone here has a "quick question", and wants to know "if it will work".
think thats what forums are for
What hes saying is you should use a topic title that better describes the issue you're having in the future - that way people who know the answer can more easily find you