One of the most handy Microsoft Word tools I’ve found is the often-underutilized Painter tool. If you’ve ever written a legal nurse consulting case report you’ll find yourself moving text from page to page as you draft that document. Often, as you move the text, the formatting will shift and not match the format of the new paragraph or page where you’ve placed it.
You want to make it your goal as a CLNC® consultant to be involved in every legal nurse consultant job from beginning to end. If the attorney does not fully engage you in a meaningful and intense way the probability of the attorney associating you with the outcome will be low. The result – fewer legal nurse consultant jobs in the future.
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 Friday’s blog I discussed the importance of believing in legal nurse consulting success before you can achieve it. Let’s face it, belief is not always easy. Believing in yourself is a lifelong process. Even for me, after 36 years in business it still takes daily effort.
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.
I’m always looking for websites and other informational sources to help Certified Legal Nurse Consultants with their legal nurse consulting businesses and work product. I recently stumbled across a website designed for medical students that may be of use to you.
In Friday’s blog I talked about how you can only achieve what you imagine. Imagining your legal nurse consulting success is not about daydreaming. I can daydream with the best, especially if it’s about Richard Gere.
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!
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.
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.