How Can You Know the Answer if You Don’t Know the Question?

Savvy Certified Legal Nurse Consultants know that the questions you raise are usually more important that the answers you derive. In some ways asking quality questions calls for more intelligence, insight and experience than answering them. After all, isn’t that what Google and Wikipedia are for (just kidding)?

This is why I am addicted to my morning tea time: this is my time, the one time during the day that I am able to quiet my mind sufficiently to not just seek answers, but to also ask quality questions. I’ve been known to wake up at 3:00am before an early flight just to ensure I have this time.

If your answers aren’t working for you, whether you’re analyzing a case or trying to grow your CLNC® business, try starting your day with a cup of healthy green tea and silence. Then, all you have to do is let the questions flow.

Once you do, the answers are a lot easier – I promise.

Success Is Yours!

P.S. Comment and share your best practices for seeking good questions.

One thought on “How Can You Know the Answer if You Don’t Know the Question?

  1. Yes!!! Quiet is something I crave and enjoy each morning as well. The world is so connected and we are never left alone to just think or not think! Spend 5 minutes if that is all you can spare but I promise it does help!

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