Too many attorney-clients, too many cases? A nice problem to have, but you might be asking “Where does the time go?” In this blog five Certified Legal Nurse Consultants will inspire you to ask two even more important questions.
Success means different things to different Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and each consultant aspires to different levels of success. Whatever the meaning or aspiration for you personally, the CLNC® Pros can help you get on the fast track to legal nurse consulting success with these 8 secrets.
There can be no genuine relationship without trust. This is an important principle for me in every relationship, and that's why I offer the 30-day guarantee – a guarantee that is unheard of with any other legal nurse consulting training program. My CPA thinks I'm nuts, but I offer the guarantee anyway.
Often, there’s nothing more satisfying than crossing a task off of your gargantuan to-do list. In fact, it’s a feeling that can be addictive. Once we cross off one task, we go after the next one so we can experience that feeling all over again. But how many of those eliminated tasks really helped you move forward in achieving your ultimate goals for your legal nurse consulting business?
This is a photo of a crinoid, one of the world’s oldest living fossils. I shot this from a claustrophobic, PC-1203 Perry Class deep submersible (the size and shape of an old-school Volkswagen Bus with a glass bowl stuck on the front) 1,000 feet underwater in the Cayman Islands.
When I speak to RNs in the CLNC® Certification Program I'm speaking to your potential – the potential you yourself might not even know you have.
The holidays are behind us, so I’m in kick-butt mode. No excuses allowed. That’s why my advice delivered to a new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant yesterday was, “It’s time to buck up and buck up big for your legal nurse business!”
A Certified Legal Nurse Consultant mentioned that she was working on a 2018 “wish board” for her home office filled with photos of all the things she wished to attract and accomplish in 2018 for her legal nurse consulting business and life. She was filling her board with photos of medical malpractice attorneys, Tesla Roadsters and postcards of Bali.
Consider the Golden Gate Bridge, the Brooklyn Bridge or London’s Tower Bridge. How did the architects dare to create such astonishing visions? They didn’t just look out at the future location, point a finger and say, “Pour the concrete right about there.” Of course not.
I believe No is the most powerful word in the dictionary and I’m not a fan of saying Yes by default. Likewise, No should be applied with consciousness and an understanding of the potential consequences of using such an unyielding word.