Tuesday marks the first day of Spring. Optimism is the word that springs to mind as I feast on the beautiful display nature offers during this season.
In last week’s Favorite Quote I talked about the first step to legal nurse consulting success – imagination. You can only achieve what you imagine, nothing more. There’s an equally important second step to achieving success. Once you imagine it, the next step is to believe it to achieve it.
We all want to be successful. We all want to be prosperous and we all want to be… one night alone with Hugh Jackman. Well maybe that last one is just me. LOL!
Today I’m celebrating my birthday and reflecting upon the many birthdays that have come before and the many that will come after. With previous birthdays come memories of loved ones, amazing experiences and many accomplishments.
Fear is a success stopper on two levels. First, it keeps you from going for what you want as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Second, it serves as a repellant for potential attorney-prospects.
If you’re like me, No is not a favorite word, unless you’re the one saying it (ask any two-year-old). When someone says No, it's up to you to claim Yes to who you really are.
Kahlil Gibran said: “The obvious is that which is never seen until someone expresses it simply.” I can’t think of any wiser words for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants.
I have the privilege of working and conversing with RNs from all over the United States. Most RNs who attend the CLNC Certification Program share that it was dissatisfaction that pushed them to become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant.
I pride myself in being a decisive person. But recently, I found myself wavering about an important decision. My mind wandered, and the more I thought about the issue, the murkier it got. There was no clear answer, and it was slowly descending into a lose-lose situation as the longer I put off the decision, the worse the outcome would be.
How’s 2018 going so far? Are you powering out on your 2018 plan or are those New Year’s Resolutions distant memories? We all have good intentions and we’re all capable of letting those good intentions be swept aside by the crisis of the moment and the stress of daily living.