As the Institute’s resident Tech-Tipper I always recommend that Certified Legal Nurse Consultants keep all of their devices (computers, tablets and phones) fully patched up and, especially with mobile devices, on the most current operating system.
A common question I receive from RNs interested in becoming Certified Legal Nurse Consultants is “Vickie, how do I find attorneys?”
I occasionally talk to an RN who’s interested in becoming a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant but afraid to get started. Having mentored RNs for 34 years now, I’ve observed how fear can stop us.
When it comes to the opposing side, attorneys are guided by the words of General George S. Patton.
In the past, I never I wanted to own a business, but I’ve always wanted a career, a family and a home. My desire to be a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant changed my focus.
Have you ever noticed how successful people keep getting more successful year after year? Think of any successful person and where are they? Still on top.
Tom’s Tech Tip: Computers – Repair or Replace? Facts, Fictions and Recommendations for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants
One thing Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can count on with computers is that they’re going to crash at some point. Another thing you can count on is that the breakdown will occur at the worst possible time – such as in the middle of a report for an attorney-client.
When you’re marketing to attorney-prospects for legal nurse consultant jobs an important principle is to prequalify them. You want to ensure that you’re putting time, money and effort into attorneys who will be interested in what you have to offer as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant.
In a single day we can all find something to be happy about and also find something to be unhappy about. That’s why Runbeck’s words “Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling” speak to me.
When mentoring Certified Legal Nurse Consultants I’m usually mentoring on specific legal nurse consultant jobs. But, the advice is not limited to that case.