We’re only 5 days into 2021 and, if you’ve already blown your New Year’s Resolutions, understanding these 5 myths of goal setting is guaranteed to get you back on track with what you desire for your legal nurse consulting business.
Gearing Up for 2021 – 1 Year, 365 Opportunities for Imagination, Creation and Innovation in 6 Simple Steps
2021 is around the corner. One year filled with 365 opportunities to grow your legal nurse consulting business. Approach 2021 strategically with imagination, creation and innovation and you will experience a year that is even stronger than 2020.
Live on this earth long enough and even a pessimist has to admit that we are limitless possibility. But why is it that some lucky few have possibilities that seem to know no bounds while others appear to be more limited in their dreams and achievements? It all starts with a simple thought.
CLNC® Success Story: Becoming a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Opened the Door to New Pathways and Great Adventures
There are not enough accolades to express the honor it is to be a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. My pathway deviates slightly from other Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, as I review medical records for medical necessity. However, if I should come across a case with merit for malpractice, the attorneys want to know immediately. After a thorough discussion of my findings the attorneys report the findings to our client’s legal department.
It’s that time of year for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants to start thinking about holiday gifts for your attorney-clients. In this blog four CLNC® consultants provide gift ideas for this season.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants often work with attorneys outside of their geographic area. In this blog four CLNC® consultants discuss the percentage of attorneys outside of their geographic area, the differences in consulting and communicating with these attorneys and how to expand your CLNC business outside of your geographic area.
Some attorneys are like a fat pile of medical records. The truth is in there – somewhere. When they talk, it’s not enough to listen. You’ve got to read between the lines of what they say to get to what they really mean, need and most of all, want. They’re not purposely obtuse, they just keep things close to their chest, while still playing the game.
The next time you get your feelings hurt because an attorney called you on a mistake or the quality of your work product, instead of brooding, I suggest you invoke my Thought for Success “It’s not personal, it’s business.”
I’m a big advocate of brainstorming and often some of the best ideas for my business have come from brainstorming, both formally and informally. I’ve been my happiest when observing staff brainstorming in the hallway, in each other’s offices, at each others’ desks and even in the restrooms.