Mark Twain nailed it when he described the two most important days in our lives. We can take no credit for the first, but the second is entirely within our influence.
Archive for month: January, 2015
I’ve just posted my 2015 computer recommendations for all CLNC consultants in the Association section of the NACLNC. We’ve included Apple computers again, but put specs for the high-end. After all, if you’re going to spend the money on an Apple computer don’t scrimp – go big or go Windows.
It should come as no surprise to any Certified Legal Nurse Consultant or nurse working an RN job in a hospital that a recent Gallup Poll once again determined that nursing is the most trusted profession.
The next time you go to the grocery store, drugstore or warehouse club take a look at the healthcare services being offered. You may or may not be surprised to see that there’s a doctor or a nurse practitioner present and that your favorite drugstore or grocery store is now in the healthcare business.
Negative energy is a positive force – a force that even the most successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant can’t always avoid. We can, however, minimize negative energy’s impact by surrounding ourselves with positive people who are genuinely on our team.
If you’re one of my lucky CLNC amigos who received a new PC for Christmas, congratulations! Santa seemed to have run out of MacBook Airs when he dropped down our chimney, so maybe next year for me. But if you were lucky enough to get a new PC, there are some things you need to do before you put it to work.
Have you ever been puzzled over how to turn your attorney-clients into partners? It's easy and you won’t need a contract for this either.
Going into my first case, with Vickie Milazzo Institute’s CLNC Certification Program training fresh in my mind, I was fairly confident. Thirteen years of nursing practice gives an RN plenty of self-assurance around doctors, so I thought I'd do fine with attorneys. And everything did go fine – at first…
So many registered nurses tell me they’ve seen my advertisements for years before making the decision to become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Then, when they come through the CLNC 5-Day Certification Seminar they’ll exclaim, “I wish I’d done this sooner!” C.S. Lewis reminds us that we’re never too old to start fresh on a new dream or goal.
The 2015 National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Conference (NACLNC) will be here before we know it and you’re probably already booking your excursions and planning all the fun things you want to do in the exciting port cities. We’ll be on the Adventure of the Seas for eight fun-filled days and we’ll be departing from the exotic and historic port of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Here’s a list of 13 fun things every CLNC consultant should fit in before the cruise ends.