Who Are You Really?

I’m wired for action, and I want you, as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, to be wired for action too. But before you take action, you have to understand that action is most relevant and will serve you best when you know yourself.

Do you know who you are? Do you know who you want to be? Does knowing who you want to be guide every action in your legal nurse consulting business? Or do you even know whether or not you’re willing to do what it takes to become who you want to be?

Over the years I’ve had people lie to me and lie about me. When a person can’t compete with you in business on any sort of honest level – they retreat to lies and disparagement. The more successful you are as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant the higher the probability that one day, you’ll have that happen to you just like a very successful CLNC consultant (who shall not be named) recently did.

My advice: “Be strong in who you are – a successful CLNC consultant.” Trust
me – knowing who you are is a great weapon to have in your arsenal for handling CLNC success with grace and ease.

I’m Just Sayin’

P.S. Comment and share who you want to be.

6 thoughts on “Who Are You Really?

  1. Vickie,

    That is what I admire most about you…honest, frank and always motivating your CLNC® consultants. Thank you for making these values and beliefs important in your daily business activities. I believe this comes from being a nurse!

    Most sincerely,
    Suzanne Horkan, RN, BSN, CLNC

  2. Last week I attended the NACLNC® Private Apprenticeship. Monday, I went back to work and realized how bad I want my CLNC® practice to work. I didn’t realize how much I don’t like my job and my managers. I want to be my own boss and hopefully the other two attorneys I have contacted will call me back. One attorney already did and I am calling him next week to make an appointment, YEA!!

  3. Vickie,
    I just completed your CLNC® 6-Day Certification Seminar in Vegas and I am working daily on getting my CLNC® business off the ground. The last two days at work were especially hard with co-workers dealing with their frustrations by lashing out at each other. This blog especially helped me to focus on myself and what I want in my future. I realize how important each step I take toward my CLNC® success is for ME, and me alone. Suddenly, the frustrations of others aren’t as important as they were yesterday.

    Thank you so much for your blog page! I read each one and find myself more and more motivated to succeed!!

    Reiko M. Coria, RN, BSN, CNOR, CRNFA, CLNC (results permitting)

  4. Vickie,
    More and more I am leaning in favor of working with plaintiff attorneys. I think it comes from experiences in my career and the shift of what I see in the future of healthcare. Patients have always been my priority and my passion is linked with quality and safety. I recently attended a conference where an attorney told me that it would be easier to work for the defense and there would be more work on that side of the law. I have never been one to take the road more traveled. My business is now registered… website is in development… my time is now free… the patient means everything to me… I hope to be able to screen cases and help patients either to gain the compensation for the damages in their case or to accept that their case is just not there. Either way…the patient remains at the center of everything!
    Forging forward,
    Joan E. Bushore, RNC-OB, BSN, CLNC

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