I have a friend I admire because she’s always had a lot of commitments outside of her executive position. Her day rarely ends at 5:00pm, somehow her outside commitments encompass everything from family to friends to volunteer work for her favorite causes.
Research is an important service Certified Legal Nurse Consultants provide to attorneys. The CLNC® Pros use these 13 strategies for researching legal nurse consultant jobs:
What do Word 2010, Office 365, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Edge all have in common? Simple, they make it easy to look up a word or phrase on the web. And they make it so simple you don’t have to copy and paste into a web browser’s search bar to do it.
My Most Memorable CLNC® Case: This Home Health Care Case Gave Me the Kick to Market My CLNC Business
My most Memorable CLNC® case was one of the first cases I reviewed as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. I was hired by a plaintiff attorney on a home health agency case. I was both nervous and confident since my background is operating a Medicare Certified home health agency.
People often compliment me and tell me what a great memory I have. While my memory’s respectable, what’s even better is my note-taking prowess. That’s my real secret. I am a voracious note taker in every business situation.
Apple® Watches have quickly become ubiquitous. It seems like everyone owns one. You can use an Apple Watch for almost anything. I especially like the Dick Tracy-like ability to take phone calls. But there’s more to the Apple watch than texts, email and calendar alerts that Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can find useful. Here are 3 tips to mastering you Apple Watch:
Lucky for me I love to eat out because my schedule often doesn’t leave me the choice of eating at home. Did I say I like to eat out? Let me say I just like to eat. I’m a total foodie, and as Tom says, “I can’t believe we’re eating lunch and you’re already talking about what’s for dinner!” My foodie ways have taken me to restaurants all over the world and in those adventures we’ve encountered both awesome and not so awesome servers.
I was recently advising a 32-year-old woman (NOT a legal nurse consultant) regarding a failure in her business venture. This woman who is usually vibrant and spunky had turned negative and pessimistic overnight