We all know that one person who stresses over every little thing – like getting groped by TSA at the airport, the waitress taking too long to bring the check or the pizza’s not crispy enough. I believe there’s a direct correlation between not having enough “big stuff” to do and stressing over the little things.
I was mentoring a very successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who was upset because of an issue with a subcontractor. The problem was legitimate, but this CLNC consultant was more focused on harping about the problem than she was on working out the solution.
I recently mentored a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who has no problem getting attorney-clients. Her problem is keeping up with her successful marketing and the loads of cases that go with it. Failure to provide consistently excellent work product has caused one of her attorney-clients to go elsewhere.
Every Certified Legal Nurse Consultant started the way that you are going to have to start. They balanced a full-time RN job while building their legal nurse consulting business. Here, three CLNC consultants share exactly how they did just that.
Email is ubiquitous – except when it’s not. When you’re waiting for an important email from an attorney-client, CLNC subcontractor or your CLNC Certification Examination results from Vickie Milazzo Institute, the last thing you want is for that email to never, ever show up.
Students at the CLNC 6-Day Certification Seminar often wonder what the CLNC faculty and I do at night while they’re hard at work studying for the CLNC Certification Examination.
One of my professional colleagues recently left a voicemail announcing that he had to disappoint me on a project. I have to admit, I was upset – this was something big. I allowed myself to experience the expected range of emotions, but I learned long ago to never respond in haste when emotions are running rampant. I remained silent on my end.
Society often concludes that experts are the people who have all the answers. I’ve been blessed to hang with some extremely successful people and here’s what I’ve learned. Contrary to popular belief, they don’t have all the answers, but they do ask the right questions.
In this video Linda Renna, RN, CLNC shares how forgetting herself is the key to being comfortable talking to attorneys. Remembering who she was – an experienced RN and Certified Legal Nurse Consultant – turned her initial trepidation and fears about exhibiting at a national legal conference into confidence and cases.
If you’re anything like me, and you probably may be – even more than I am myself, you’ve lost an important document for your legal nurse consulting business somewhere on your computer. It could be misfiled in the wrong directory, somewhere on your “C” drive or just lost in cyberspace.