The main focus in your phone conversation with any attorney-prospect is to schedule an appointment that will get your foot in the door for a face-to-face meeting. Once you can show attorneys firsthand what you can do for them, they usually reciprocate by giving you a case to review.
Mick Jagger famously sang “You can’t always get what you want. But… sometimes you get what you need.” I’ve found that to be true, but I’ve also found there’s a corollary – we often get exactly what we put up with (sometimes over and over).
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants have any number of semi-repetitive reports and tasks to complete in any given business day. These can include daily project reports, legal nurse consulting reports, invoices, standard email responses, etc.
A long time ago and in a blog far, far away I talked about the necessity (or usefulness) of password managers for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. At the time I talked mainly about computers but let’s face it, we’re in a mad, mad mobile world and…
You’ve completed the CLNC® Certification Program and you’re ready to go. Now it’s time to pull your promotional package together.
Thoughts for Success: Make a Small Issue Bigger Than It Is and It Will Grow to Be Bigger Than It Needs to Be
I’ve always been more interested in surrounding myself with, and studying, successful people than studying people who fail. But unfortunately, failure is noisier than success and I witness one common failure trait so often that I can’t remain quiet about it one minute more.
In my last Tech Tip I discussed an easy way for legal nurses to organize their bookmarks in Chrome. But while bookmarks are really useful, they often become outdated pretty quickly.
One marketing strategy Certified Legal Nurse Consultants use to obtain legal nurse consultant jobs is to advertise in legal journals. Use these 6 advertising principles and 6 action steps to obtain your next legal nurse consultant job.
Francis Bacon sagely said “A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.” Many of us associate an opportunity with the right set of circumstances.
Any time you’re reviewing a medical malpractice case you should refer to all the prior source materials that can help you. Perhaps there’s an earlier report or set of interrogatories and requests for production that you previously created that you can repurpose for your current legal nurse consultant job.