Is Your Legal Nurse Consulting Business Off the Map?

I’ll be the first to admit I have a bad sense of direction. If I’m traveling with Tom and we come to an intersection he’ll ask me which way I think we should turn. Invariably he’ll go the opposite way and he’s usually – annoyingly – right.

Tom’s Tech Tips

Tom’s Tuesday Tech Tip: Why Does Windows Tell a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Not to Delete a File?

Last week I explained to Certified Legal Nurse Consultants how to delete a file when Windows® won’t let you. This week, I want to remind you that it’s a good idea to do an occasional spring or early summer cleaning of your documents, photos, folders and files. Take some time and make sure you find all the legal nurse consulting flotsam and jetsam (not to mention detritus and other cosmic debris).

How Would Your Attorney-Clients Grade Your Work-Product on First Impression Alone?

Remember when you were in grammar school and had to write reports? Remember how the students with the best handwriting always got better grades? When I clicked to that fact I concentrated on making my handwriting as neat as possible, hoping to score a bonus point or two. And except for my grades in conduct, I did a great job of accomplishing that goal.

Are You Sending Your Attorneys Information or Relevant Information?

Providing attorney-prospects free information is a great marketing strategy that can give you instant credibility as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. You can provide free information through an information newsletter (print or electronic), website and even social media, especially Facebook and Twitter.

Tom’s Tech Tips

Tom’s Tuesday Tech Tip: How Do I Delete My Undeletable Legal Nurse Consulting Report?

The longer Certified Legal Nurse Consultants work in a Windows® world, the more problems they’ll run into. One of my least favorite Windows-related problems is trying to delete a file, only to have Windows tell you that it won’t because it’s in use by another program. Let’s say you finish a report for your legal nurse consulting business and decide to do a Save As and file it under a different name. Then you go back to delete the original draft report. You know you’ve closed that particular Word document and you’re darn sure ready to delete it. You select the file, hit the delete button or right-click on the file name and select delete from the pop-up menu. Windows thinks for a minute and suddenly this box appears.

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