One of my favorite Broadway musicals is Hamilton written by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Sure, it’s funny that someone would conjure up a hip-hop and rap musical about the first secretary of the U.S. Treasury Department.
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.”
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?
When the nasty divorce was finalized, my nursing career was already 15 years behind me. My husband and I owned a horse-training stable during that time, and he was the love of my life, until he wasn’t.
Last week I shared 16 things a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant should never say to an attorney-prospect. I hope you’re already using their sage advice with prospects. There are also things we should never say to our clients, so this week, six CLNC® consultants disclose 12 comments Certified Legal Nurse Consultants should avoid with attorney-clients. Maybe you’ve been tempted to make one or two of these 12 comments yourself. Read on to learn why you almost always want to avoid them.