Vickie Milazzo's Thoughts for Success

Thoughts for Success: “Look at Me and My Awesomeness” Is More of a Strategy for Instagram than for Your Success

When I take the stage, whether it’s for 1,200 Certified Legal Nurse Consultants at a conference or to introduce a legend like Oprah (as I did at a past Consultant 2.0 reception for a workshop I was conducting with Stedman Graham), my secret to success is to focus on the audience, not on how I’m performing. I simply focus on being present, real and relevant to the CLNC® consultants I’m there for, and it works.

It’s Time to Get Off Your Phone and On Your Legal Nurse Consulting Success

It’s Time to Get Off Your Phone and On Your Legal Nurse Consulting Success

Look around. There isn’t a retail clerk, flight attendant or restaurant server that doesn’t have a phone in their hands or within arm’s reach. There’s probably also a nurse or two. I’m just as guilty and am increasingly feeling chained to this device. To top it off, I’ve added the Apple® Watch this year only to find that the pull this tiny device has over me is more powerful than I’d like to admit.

Tom’s Tech Tips

Tom’s Tech Tip: Windows 7 End of Life Warning for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants

On January 14, 2020 mainstream support for Windows® 7 will end. This means that Microsoft® will consider Win 7 as End of Life (EOL) and discontinue all paid support, security updates, patches and other fixes. In other words any new vulnerabilities discovered after January 14, 2020 will not be fixed. If you’re lucky enough to be running Win 7 Professional (or an Enterprise edition) you will be able to purchase extended support – but everyone else will be out of luck.

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Tom’s Tech Tip: Time for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants to Turn on Their (Windows 10) Night Light

If you’re a busy Certified Legal Nurse Consultant you’ve probably worked late into the night on more than one occasion. In fact, you probably do it as a matter of course. It’s well known that the blue light from electronic devices such as laptops, monitors and phones can suppress melatonin production, affect your sleep and even contribute to health issues. This Tech Tip gives you an excuse to stay up late and improve your health. But it’s best to wait until after dark before implementing the steps below. Plus you’ll be able to see the differences as you work through it.

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