These are uncertain and scary times. When confronted with so many unknown and frightening variables, it’s easy to put our dreams on hold and wait for conditions to become more perfect.
Within the last couple of weeks the coronavirus has changed our world dramatically. Some of us are on mandatory lockdown and most of the rest of us have imposed voluntary lockdowns on ourselves.
To become a high achiever and grow your legal nurse consulting business every year you have to show up new and better year after year. And that takes more than talent.
We had a shortened rodeo in Houston this year due to the coronavirus, but boy do these cowboys (and cowgirls) know how to ride. If you ever watch a real cowboy, other than how to look good in tight, boot-cut jeans, he’ll teach you a priceless lesson on how to ride your legal nurse consulting business.
Tom’s favorite search tool is Google. My favorite search tool is Tom! Every day VMI fields questions from CLNC® consultants that are easily found through a quick Internet search. Thanks to Tom I have become a master at searching out the most arcane facts from the furthest reaches of the Internet. Tom uses a variety of search engines, constantly juggles and refines search terms, and even uses whole sentence searches. If you want to know what species of monkey is endemic to Canada, he’s the one to ask.
Over 38 years of owning and operating a business, I’ve been graced with many honors and awards. The one that is most personal and special to me – the Hope Award for Ambassadorship by Komen – is so because of my Mom.
Thank you all for the warm wishes on the next part of my grand adventure (Mt. Everest here I come!). Reading, and re-reading, all your wonderful messages warmed my heart. I do, however, see a common thread that I have to mention, and that is how many Certified Legal Nurse Consultants sent their messages from personal email addresses.
I’m celebrating my birthday early this week and want to thank all of you who sent the fantastic cards, emails and presents. Your generous thoughts, prayers and messages mean so much to me. (Whoever sent the 2005 Chateau Petrus Pomeral… you really shouldn’t have.) Also, I would love to share what Tom has planned, but this blog is rated G. Suffice it to say, “What happens in Texas, stays in Texas.”
Thoughts for Success: The Passionate Path for Your Legal Nurse Consulting Business Isn’t as Quick and Easy as the High of Valentine’s Day
If you’re like me you love the high of Valentine’s Day and the passion it inspires. But, how would you rate your passion about your career? What kind of flowers would you send to your legal nurse consulting business? Or send to your RN job at the hospital if you’re not yet a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant? Would you send roses, lilies or a tumbleweed?