All successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants agree that you must be fully present in your CLNC business whether you’re meeting with an attorney-client and have to really listen or analyzing a case and have to turn off all distractions.
I am blessed to be surrounded by amazing, talented RNs who choose to become Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. You might be one of those talented RNs who is great at what you do and knows it. You might also be hesitant about whether you could be just as amazing as a legal nurse consultant.
If you’re like me, you have a multitude of devices that constantly require charging and recharging. I’ve got an iPhone, iPad, iPod, Bluetooth headset, earbuds and more.
Have you ever met someone more successful than you and wondered if they’ve just been dealt a better hand at the poker table of life? It’s possible, but unlikely. Successful people are simply more accomplished at playing the hand they’re dealt – even the bad ones.
Vince Lombardi said “Practice doesn’t make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.” That’s right. Inept coaches don’t just fail to help you, they actually help you to fail.
Last week while checking out the posts and links from one of Vickie’s new Twitter® followers (since banned), I received a pop-up warning telling me that my iPhone® was infected with no less than six different viruses and malware infestations!
I loved having a 4-day holiday weekend over the Fourth of July and hope you got to indulge in a healthy dose of nothingness as I did.
Nothing is more threatening to your independence than a state of fear. Fear of the unknown can cause you to cling to an RN job at the hospital that you haven’t loved for quite some time.
A CLNC consultant, Joan, shared that she was inspired to become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant by two RNs who had completed LegalNurse.com’s CLNC Certification Program and who are now working full-time in legal nurse consulting.