Sooner is Better than Later for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants

I’ve been training and mentoring nurses to start legal nurse consulting businesses for more than 29 years. In all that time, I’ve never met a successful CLNC® consultant who said “I wish I had waited to start my CLNC® business.” What I always hear Certified Legal Nurse Consultants say  is “I don’t know why I didn’t do this sooner.”

We all have dreams and it’s a privilege to live in a society where dreams can come true. But here’s what I know for sure – a dream can make you miserable if all you do is dream and never take action. At some point, the dream that you were so passionate about slowly fades into the background until it becomes a memory and then eventually a regret. We owe it to ourselves to go for our dreams all the way. Go for it or reject it outright.

I love nurses and want every nurse to be happy. The happiest nurses are those who pursue their dreams and take action on them. They’re not dreaming the dream – they’re living their dream. The time for you to start living your dream is now. Whether your desire is to launch your CLNC® business or obtain two more attorney-clients, do it now!

Success Is Inside!

P.S. Comment and share the dream that you’re pursuing today!

One thought on “Sooner is Better than Later for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants

  1. Now or never. That’s one of the take-aways I got from this message as well as the passing of Steve Jobs. My business has been on a very low simmer since I earned my certification. But I set a clear intention this past year to get out of my own way and pursue my business. It’s been scary AND I’m going for it! Thank You Vickie for the work that you do and sharing your strengths so we can learn to share our own!

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