Are attorneys scary? For five new Certified Legal Nurse Consultants the answer was Yes until they spent a day exhibiting to attorneys with a CLNC Mentor and me.
Archive for month: May, 2016
Being able to do anything (becoming a legal nurse consultant) is not just about acquiring a skill, it’s also about acquiring a specific mindset, i.e., believing in one’s own capabilities and potential.
Social media posts by plaintiffs and defendants have long been viewed by Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and their attorney-clients as rich, discoverable sources of evidence.
Marcia Bell, RN, BSN, CAPA, CLNC achieved success as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant and that spurred a game-changing idea for promoting her legal nurse consulting business.
I’m an entrepreneur, so I naturally like to create new things. But, any successful entrepreneur knows that 95 percent of legal nurse consulting success is consistently repeating what already works. So as much as I like to create, I have to tame that urge and, like you, focus on implementing the basics day after day after day (even though that can occasionally get boring).
It’s an app-happy world. No matter what platform you have on the smartphone you use for your legal nurse consultant job you probably have a plethora of apps. And, I can bet they’re scattered all over your screens depending simply upon when you downloaded them. In fact, I’ve seen Certified Legal Nurse Consultants with so many apps they can’t even find the one they just have to show you right now – but can’t. That’s insane!
If you missed my Video Webinar, What Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Charge Attorneys, you can view it now!
One of the staffers at Vickie Milazzo Institute gave me a beautiful paperweight which reads “NURSE, is just another word to describe a person strong enough to tolerate everything and soft enough to understand everyone.”
One of the most common questions RNs interested in becoming Certified Legal Nurse Consultants ask is “How many attorneys are there in my state?”
In this CLNC Success Story Video, meet Lisa Feather, RN, BSN, PA-C, FMCSA ME, CLNC who returned from a leave of absence to find she no longer had an RN job after 32 years of service for the same healthcare facility. Watch the video or read the transcript below to learn how she turned a tragedy into building a legal nurse consulting business and working on 100 legal nurse consultant jobs.