What spews out of your mouth has impact on you and others. Is that attorney difficult or feisty? Is your legal nurse consultant subcontractor slow or appropriately thorough?
Children have such a beautiful way of looking at the world. My 8-year-old niece, Reese, wakes up every morning fully expecting to have the time of her life. She handles everything that comes her way with alacrity – even when she doesn’t get the ice cream or Hatchimal she wants.
The 2008 financial crisis that originated with the banking industry and subsequent recession was brought on by some of the greatest economic minds in the country – the experts.
Change is inevitable. It’s the only constant in our lives.
We often think the way to grow our legal nurse consulting business is to surround ourselves with vendors, CLNC® subcontractors and attorneys who think the way we do, when in fact they shrink our world.
Henry David Thoreau said: “The world is but a canvas to our imagination.” If you don’t first care for yourself, you can’t see the world as an abundant canvas filled with opportunity.
Many assume the most successful and happiest Certified Legal Nurse Consultants have had it easy. Nothing could be further from the truth. Some of our most successful CLNC consultants have had twins, brain surgery, custody battles and nasty divorces.
I’m heading to Fort Lauderdale today for our 2017 NACLNC Conference Cruise. I’m so excited to connect with the Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, many of whom I haven’t seen in a year or two.
Sure you want your attorney-clients to appreciate you, but their gratitude and applause can’t be the driver for your success. You have to know yourself, respect yourself and not be dependent on the praise of others.
Today’s favorite quote by Gandhi doesn’t require commentary.