When I was born Dad knew I would be different. He didn’t know why – he just knew. He sure didn’t know I’d start this crazy legal nurse consulting business, train Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, appear on national TV, author a New York Times bestselling book or rub shoulders with powerful people, but not once did he ever express surprise at my successes.
In the past I’ve blogged about an important strategy for legal nurse consultants – networking with power players. While you’ll probably only know or meet a few power players in your lifetime, there are a large and varied group of successful professionals in all the right places who can connect you with attorneys and even a power player or two.
It took me completely by surprise, but earlier this month Microsoft released versions of its Office productivity software Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as three separate apps for the iOS. That means that Certified Legal Nurse Consultants who are iPhone and iPad users can enjoy the benefits of reading, creating and editing egal nurse consulting documents on their iOS devices.
I regularly post new litigation trends on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ for all Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. My goal is for you to get your next legal nurse consulting job by researching and contacting the attorneys engaged in that new litigation.
This year the CLNC Mentors and I have spent a lot of time exhibiting with Certified Legal Nurse Consultants at legal conferences throughout the U.S. You could say we’ve talked to a lot of attorneys.
People who fail or flail like to take as many others along for the ride as they can. It helps to justify their failures and it’s a lot less lonely that way. Don’t get sucked in.
In this video Eula Anyiwo RN, MPA,CLNC discusses how she sent an attorney-prospect a written thank you note for endorsing her skills on LinkedIn. He was obviously impressed because to Eula’s surprise the attorney called her.
I love the holidays and, unlike most people, I love to travel during the holidays. That may sound counterintuitive – but traveling for business during the year becomes routine to me. Hopping onto a United Airlines 737 is really no different than boarding a Greyhound bus to Poughkeepsie (The passengers are more fragrant on one than the other – you’re right either way you pick.).
Yesterday I talked to an RN, Michael, who shared that he dreaded going to work and that's why he signed up for Vickie Milazzo Institute’s CLNC Certification training program. He has eight years of nursing experience and is unhappy with the little amount of payoff he gets from his RN job. He wants more for himself.
Imagine a fatal motor vehicle accident (MVA). A car is traveling at 93 miles per hour. The driver is unconscious or otherwise unresponsive. It crashes into another car killing one passenger and injuring two others. The driver is brought up on criminal charges of second-degree manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and various counts of criminal assault.