Halloween always reminds me that I wouldn’t be a legal nurse consultant and where I am today if I had clung to one particular childhood fear. That fear came horrifyingly to life every Halloween. Click here for my story on National Public Radio’s “This I Believe,” if you’d like to know what that fear was and how I overcame it.
I asked the CLNC pros to share situations where they’ve saved their attorney-client’s case. From civil to criminal and plaintiff to defense, it’s obvious why some of these attorneys have been clients of these Certified Legal Nurse Consultants for more than a decade.
I love to mentor Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, but I’m sometimes puzzled by the absurdness of the CLNC Mentoring requests that come across my desk at LegalNurse.com.
I’ve been asked to go back on “The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson” on FOX NEWS today due to the fourth Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. They want to know if the 3.1 million RNs are any better protected today than they were four weeks ago.
We’re all human and humans like certainty. But the most successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants know that a little or a lot of uncertainty is necessary for CLNC success.
CLNC® Success Story: Exhibiting Is the Best Way for Legal Nurse Consultants to Meet Attorney-Prospects
In this video, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Gayle Butler, RN, BSN, CLNC shares her story of how things quickly heated up while exhibiting at a national legal conference with LegalNurse.com’s Marketing Mentor. Within the first two hours of the exhibit she already had attorney-clients lined up.
Yesterday I mentored a new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who pursued an opportunity for an interview with a very large firm with five offices in the U.S. The firm’s objective was to hire an in-house Certified Legal Nurse Consultant for each office. The problem, this CLNC consultant’s objective is to be an independent consultant.
Wednesday I was on “Street Smart” on Bloomberg TV and yesterday on “The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson” on FOX NEWS to address the rising fear among RNs of treating Ebola patients without adequate training, preparedness and appropriate PPE.
In my Tech Tip – Don’t Fall Off the (File) Path I gave Certified Legal Nurse Consultants an easy way to insert a document file path into their legal nurse consulting work-product to help keep track of file locations. In today’s Tech Tip I’m going to give you another way to use the use either Windows Explorer or the File Open menu, to navigate to a legal nurse consulting document or image on your computer or network and easily attach that file to an email or instead, move it to another location (say a working file or network location).
Napoleon Hill once said, “Your big opportunity may be right where you are now.” That quote is one that I often think about when asked by registered nurses if they can be successful as Certified Legal Nurse Consultants in their state or city. My answer is always, “Of course you can!”