Do you wake up happy and ready to see what the day has in store for you? Or do you wake up to mental clutter and negativity? What’s an unhappy person to do?
Archive for month: July, 2016
To me, there’s nothing more annoying than visiting a website (think yahoo.com) and the minute the page loads, a loud video or commercial starts playing. More and more websites are autoplaying embedded videos as soon as you visit the page.
If you missed my Video Webinar, 24 Nursing Specialties Attorneys Need to Win Cases, you can view it now!
One of my favorite quotes, "Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least" is a wonderful reminder that life is meant to be grand.
When Vickie Milazzo Institute’s CLNC Marketing Mentors exhibit with the VIP Pros at legal conferences, we stress nine strategies for obtaining legal nurse consultant jobs. Use these strategies when exhibiting at local, state and national conferences.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultant and VIP Pro Barbara Moran, RN, BSN, MBA, CLNC had some trepidation about exhibiting at her first legal conference, but with coaching by Vickie Milazzo Institute’s Marketing Mentor exhibiting fit like an old hat by the end of the day.
We all have an inner teacher (our own voice) ready to show us the way as long as we’re willing to be a student of our own intelligence. In yoga class the teacher is essential, but the reflection in the mirror is the best teacher of all.
In my last Tech Tip I gave legal nurse consultants who had accidently upgraded their personal or legal nurse consulting business computer to Windows 10 from Win7 or Win8 an easy way to revert to the earlier version of Windows. But, if you read that blog after the 30-day mark, you are pretty much stuck with Win10.
One of my preferred attorney-clients referred me to his partner, Jim, a guy who lacked any bedside manner whatsoever (he could have given lessons to neurosurgeons) and who, on first impression, could be as intimidating as a late-stage brain cancer diagnosis.
Being born American, we certainly hit the birth lottery. But where we’re born, and who we’re born to, does not completely tell the story of who we’re destined to become.