One of the handiest objects a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant can carry with her is a USB flash drive or memory stick – preferably one with at least 32 GB of storage space.
Archive for month: November, 2017
There’s a strategy to obtaining more legal nurse consultant jobs from attorneys. In this blog the CLNC Pros share 11 ways to keep your attorney-clients coming back for more.
It’s the day after Thanksgiving and you’re probably still full, and possibly comatose from the tryptophan in the roasted turkey, not to mention the piles of dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry dressing, various and sundry pies and all the other stuff you only eat once a year (Oh, did I remember to mention the yeast rolls and butter?).
I grew up by the ocean. It seemed to me that everyone wanted to come to the ocean, but my goal in life was to live in the mountains. As a kid I used to hike in the Great Smokies, and as a young adult I took a backpacking trip every year.
Success is spelled in many ways. For one Certified Legal Nurse Consultant it’s money in the bank. For another it’s the luxury of spending more time with family. It’s your success; spell it the way you want.
Unless you have an older computer, you get used to it running pretty fast. Think of the computer you use in your legal nurse consulting business. Whether it’s a laptop or desktop you know how long it takes to boot up and load a program, document or webpage.
While we’re not supposed to have favorites, when it comes to attorney-clients, many of us do. I asked the CLNC Pros to share their favorite attorney-client(s) and what they do to nurture these important professional relationships.
Time is a measurable commodity. It’s one of the few things in the world that is consistent, limited and applies to everyone equally. We all have a limited time on the planet, and while we’re here, we all get the same 24 hours each day.
If you missed my Video Webinar, 10 Common Misconceptions About Legal Nurse Consulting you can view it now!
What should you do when you succeed? Repeat! Repeat! Repeat! The secret to big success is replicating small ones over and over again all while increasing the scale of each new success.