It’s hardwired into an RN’s DNA to want to make a difference in your job whether that job is legal nurse consulting or an RN job at a hospital.
RNs are tycoons of commitment. The average RN has more complex responsibilities than the crew of NASA’s mission control, an air traffic controller and the President of the United States combined, and we handle every one of them.
We get out of our world not only what we put into it, but also what we expect to get. This is especially true when you consider that we have the ability to shape not only our world but, to some extent, the people we share it with.
Whether your goal is to lose weight or to be more successful in your legal nurse consulting business, you must stage yourself for success before you can realize it.
We often wish for and work toward big goals without grasping how the achievement will impact us. That’s why Denzel Washington’s quote is an important reminder to assess the cost of the coveted reward.
Successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants are accountable for their own success. And there is no better measure of accountability than the success you have at managing one’s self.
I’m writing this at home while riding out Hurricane Harvey (It’s Monday). Given the events here in Texas this quote from Daryn Kagan is speaking to me today.
I know many of you think I’ve got it all together and have never known a moment’s fear. But that’s simply not true. When I interviewed with my first attorney-prospect I was terrified. I knew in theory attorneys needed nurses, but that didn’t suppress the fear.
If you know my family, you know that we’ve raised ping-pong to the level of an extreme sport. Everyone participates and I’ve spent many a fun hour around the ping-pong table with my family, Tom and even a few of the braver CLNC Mentors and Vickie Milazzo Institute staff.
CLNC students often preface a question with “This might be a stupid question…” and I immediately reply, “The only stupid question is the one that goes unasked.”