Henry David Thoreau said “It’s not what you look at that matters; it’s what you see.” I’ve noticed in the 36 years of owning a legal nurse consulting business that I see more clearly when I’m unencumbered by fear. I see even more clearly when I look at something without preconception.
Breaking the Feel-Good Addiction: 12 Steps to Get You on the Path to Achieving Big Things for Your Legal Nurse Consulting Business
Often, there’s nothing more satisfying than crossing a task off of your gargantuan to-do list. In fact, it’s a feeling that can be addictive. Once we cross off one task, we go after the next one so we can experience that feeling all over again. But how many of those eliminated tasks really helped you move forward in achieving your ultimate goals for your legal nurse consulting business?
Believing in yourself doesn’t make success easy. What it does do is make success possible. I know this because I’ve worked with and mentored tens of thousands of RNs who made it their goal to become legal nurse consultants. The RNs who succeed believe in themselves. Why? It’s the belief that gives them the courage to take the risks necessary to succeed.
Microsoft’s Word, Excel and PowerPoint all have tools built in that allow you to quickly access formatting tools, change fonts and font sizes, align text and more. The problem is that these are often hidden and so go unused.
I used to think all the distractions of technology have caused people to stop listening. There’s always something trending on Twitter® or Facebook® beeping and vibrating at us. While that already seemed like a lot of squirrels to chase, now I’m afraid the newest trend is people not reading their email thoroughly.
Is your 2018 looking a lot like your 2017 which wasn’t exactly a BEST year? If you’re looking for the root cause of your issues Harry Truman’s quote might be the answer.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants provide a cost-effective service when advising plaintiff attorneys that a case is nonmeritorious. This advice can save an attorney as much as $200,000 for a medical malpractice case. That’s money that can be budgeted toward a meritorious case.
None of us like the “F” word – “Failure,” but it’s important to understand that the act of permitting failure in your life and legal nurse consulting business is what frees you to take risks.
If you’ve diligently followed my Tech Tips and have moved to dual monitors you’ll love this Tech Tip. In point of fact, even if you haven’t been the most diligent of followers, and are still working on a single monitor you’ll find this useful.
Success in your legal nurse consulting business gives you benefits and perks that no other RN job offers, but on the path to success you can get so busy that you lose the connection to you. The more successful you are, the bigger the price you’ll pay – if you let that happen.