Is it a coincidence that Guy and Gadget both begin with the letter “G”? I think not. If you’re like most Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, everyone in your family has a phone, tablet or some sort of music or video player. As with any family, or legal nurse consulting business, the list of devices can grow exponentially. The more devices you have, the more likely that they’ll all be out of power at the same time. Vickie and I both have USB car chargers in our glove boxes, but ours, like almost all car chargers, have only one USB port and therefore can only charge one device at a time. That can create an issue when we’re both “down and out of power.”
Here’s something I’ll bet you didn’t know about me – before I started my legal nurse consulting business, I looked into being a cruise nurse. With that in mind, I invite you to listen to my opening speech from the 2013 NACLNC Conference Cruise.
31 years ago, when I dreamed of starting my own legal nurse consulting business, the dream in and of itself was exciting. But a dream can be nothing more than vapor and can even make us miserable if we are not acting on the dream. While a dream is the genesis of any undertaking, mindfulness in executing the dream is the stuff of what real CLNC success is made of.
The cache on your web browser is where the copies of pages from the various legal nurse consulting-related websites you’ve visited are stored. Each time you visit a website the browser is supposed to pull up the “cached” site while downloading the “new” site. This is to speed up your browser’s apparent performance. All browsers have a default setting that limits the size or amount of memory of this cache. And the more you surf the web or do research for your legal nurse consulting business, the more pages are stored in it. Consequently, the more incrementally slower it may become to load a page (as it looks for the old copy).