Providing attorney-prospects free information is a great marketing strategy that can give you instant credibility as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. You can provide free information through an electronic information newsletter, website and on social media, especially Facebook and LinkedIn.
My favorite vacations include hiking. The more remote the trail, the more I enjoy the experience. While I don’t mind seeing people, I much prefer to share the trail with wildlife than “wild life.” Being in the woods recalibrates all of my senses and rebalances me.
5 CLNC® Pros Advise How to Avoid a State of Overwhelm When Analyzing Large Volumes of Medical Records
If your first response is a state of overwhelm when an attorney hires you for a case that involves thousands of pages of medical records, don’t despair. In this blog, 5 CLNC® Pros discuss:
If you missed the Video Webinar, “Analyze Nonoperating Room Sedation Cases Like a CLNC® Pro” CLNC® consultants can view it now.
I just mentored a very successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Her issue: she loves being a CLNC® consultant and the freedom that comes with it, but the operational part of her business sometimes takes the wind right out of her sails.
Remember when you were in grammar school and had to write reports? Remember how the students with the best handwriting always got better grades? When I clicked to that fact I concentrated on making my handwriting as neat as possible, hoping to score a bonus point or two. And except for my grades in conduct, I did a great job of accomplishing that goal.
I hope you celebrated July 4 with gusto and took a moment to reflect on what freedom means to you.
If you missed the Video Webinar, “The Role of the Certified Legal Nurse Consultant in Analyzing Child Abuse Cases” CLNC® consultants can view it now.
One of my vendors Matthew (the name has been changed to protect the guilty) recently dropped the ball. Because he has a great track record all he really needed to do was acknowledge it and we would have gotten quickly back on track. But instead of owning his mistake, he chose to ignore it, apparently just wishing it would all disappear.
Today when I was working out with my trainer, it seemed I was doing everything wrong. It didn’t matter if I was doing a chest-press, a squat or even lying flat on my back in exhaustion – he was correcting me. This could have had something to do with my late night hanging with friends (or not).