You’ve probably seen my video interview with Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Michelle Neal in which she describes creating a successful legal nurse consulting business while raising 2-year-old twin girls.
Archive for month: June, 2017
I’ve long advocated using different web browsers for different purposes – especially when doing research for your legal nurse consulting business. Whichever browser you use, you want to keep it up-to-date.
We all know the habits that help to make us successful, but what about the ones that can cause us to fail? The most successful CLNC consultants are adept at kicking these 10 habits which interfere with impactful legal nurse consulting results.
At a recent Live CLNC® Certification Seminar an RN shared that she is working two hospital jobs – a total of 72 hours a week. With a schedule that crazy, there is no way she will be able to succeed as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant.
Many young RNs who attend the Live CLNC Certification Seminar share they decided to get into legal nurse consulting because they can’t imagine doing the same RN job at the hospital for the next 35 years.
Vickie: This is Laura Tucco, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Laura specializes in emergency cases.
It’s hard to believe it’s already mid-June. I hope you’re finding time to embrace the summer season and all the brightness it has to offer.
That title is a mouthful. But here’s what it means – the hard drive on the computer you use in your legal nurse consulting business has a finite amount of space.
If you want to be more productive than you already are in your legal nurse consulting business, try learning how to not be productive. Although it sounds counterintuitive, mindful non-productivity can actually feed your legal nurse consulting productivity.
To effect an exciting change in your life or legal nurse consulting business you have to first make small intentional changes.