My father is very active politically in our county and surrounding counties. He is well respected and loved. He is going to set up a meeting for me with two prominent judges so I can introduce them to my CLNC® services. These judges know every attorney in my county. Is it okay to use the judges’ names when speaking with the attorney contacts they provide me?
Debbie, RN, CLNC
Congratulations on being well connected. I always say if you want to build your legal nurse consulting business fast, “ride the horse” of the people you know. Two judges sound like the beginning of a stable of terrific horses. Yes, you will want to use the judges’ names when you are speaking to the attorneys they refer you to. This will give you instant credibility for you and your CLNC® business and easily get you through the “barn door.”
Be sure to get permission from the judges to use their names when contacting the attorneys. Later, remember to add each attorney you work with to your stable of names – every attorney knows other attorneys, so ride those horses too. Send written thank-you letters to both judges for their time. And take your dad to lunch!
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