Experience is a great asset, but the problem with experience is that it’s the slow path to success. As Vernon Sanders Law says, “Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lessons afterwards.”
We’ve all walked out of an attorney-prospect’s office wishing we hadn’t said that one stupid thing. Read this blog and six CLNC® consultants will share 16 things a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant should never say to an attorney-prospect.
Sunday was the Houston Marathon. I always joke that, “you couldn’t pay me to run a marathon.” But, there are people who get paid to do just that. Marathon running can seem like a lonely sport, but not all marathon runners run alone. They hire subcontractors (at least the ones who win enough races to be able to afford them)!
After 38 years in business you would think that I can take it easy and let everyone else do the work. But if I’ve learned anything over these 38 years it’s that the rules of success only work if you do too. That’s why I always thought of myself as a working CEO.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants never want to look foolish or say the wrong thing to an attorney-client. But what if it’s not you, but the attorney who requires redirection? In this blog I’ve asked 5 CLNC® Pros to share how they approach an attorney-client who is wrong. Here’s what they say:
Every year we have a chance to reinvent ourselves not just physically and spiritually, but also technologically. The thing about tech-related New Year’s resolutions is that you can’t break them – otherwise you stunt your professional growth.
Dreams, like angels, can lift us up high above the world, taking us away from the daily grind. And that’s exactly what New Year’s resolutions are designed to help us do – lift us off the ground and guide us to a dream or goal.