We get out of our world not only what we put into it, but also what we expect to get. This is especially true when you consider that we have the ability to shape not only our world but, to some extent, the people we share it with.
Archive for month: September, 2017
I was at the top of the pay scale as an RN, and my husband is a firefighter – not the highest paying profession by far. We were doing okay financially, but sometimes we were living paycheck to paycheck.
Whether your goal is to lose weight or to be more successful in your legal nurse consulting business, you must stage yourself for success before you can realize it.
Have you ever been working on a legal nurse consulting job for an attorney and found yourself typing the same phrase over and over again in your report or work product? If so, there is one simple way to get around that and it’s by using a Word macro.
VICKIE: This is Janice Sumner, Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Janice, I've asked you to speak with me today because I know that you use your CLNC certification a little differently than the CLNC consultants who consult directly with attorneys and law firms. Tell us about what you do.
We’ve all been there – walked out of an attorney-prospect interview that we screwed up. Sometimes the mistakes are subtle; sometimes they’re obvious to all around. What do you do when that happens?
We often wish for and work toward big goals without grasping how the achievement will impact us. That’s why Denzel Washington’s quote is an important reminder to assess the cost of the coveted reward.
I believe No is the most powerful word in the dictionary and I’m not a fan of saying Yes by default. Likewise, No should be applied with consciousness and an understanding of the potential consequences of using such an unyielding word.
Successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants are accountable for their own success. And there is no better measure of accountability than the success you have at managing one’s self.
When you’re doing research for your legal nurse consultant jobs you often find that the Internet and popular search engines will return a lot, and I do mean a lot, of unrelated results. You’ll get better bang for your buck when you learn how to hone your search results.