Michelangelo said, “If people know how hard I had to work to gain my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful.” Surely he loved his work as much as the final masterpiece. How else could he be Michelangelo?
One of the 5 Promises I made when I started my legal nurse consulting business was to take action every day. But when I talk about taking action every day, I’m not taking about buying office supplies or creating the perfect office. While those are certainly laudable actions – they’re not moving your CLNC business forward.
When you step out to become a CLNC consultant you’re making the first and most important decision in your new career as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. But stepping out also requires that you step up. This means that you’ve got to step up and embrace new thoughts to see yourself as a successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Then you have to step up and embrace discomfort as you study the CLNC Certification Program and learn all kinds of new information that will challenge what you think you know.
I’ll be the first to admit it feels good to be right. There’s a comfort, if not outright confidence, in that moral certitude that comes from knowing you are correct in a situation. Recently a vendor and I disagreed over a matter that was objectively verifiable and I knew I was right. It took some effort on my part, but he finally agreed with me.
Everybody, including me, loves a bargain. While I don’t like to actually bargain, I do like to feel that I’ve received value for my money. If I get that value during a sale or find something I want at a heavily discounted price, I’m happy. But one thing I won’t do is buy cheap at the expense of quality. While cheap may feel like a bargain at the time, it often ends up costing more in replacement costs, repairs or in a state of dissatisfaction.
Many of you know I share my birthday with my twin brother Vince. (No, we’re not identical, he’s my brother.). When we were teenagers, our parents took us to the local roller-skating rink for our birthday party. All of our friends came and we were soon skating clockwise around the rink, all at different speeds and at different levels of skill.
I want to share this video of a brand new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who attended the Las Vegas CLNC 6-Day Certification Seminar. As a VIP, David Kuntz had already studied the CLNC Certification Program via DVDs at home, so he came to Las Vegas already certified and excited to share his immediate success. Watch this video as David shares the single strategy that made it easy to launch his CLNC business.
When my father was a kid he, didn’t even know a nickel. He and his friends were penny boys. They couldn’t afford comic books or candy, but they found creative ways to have fun on what they called the greatest corner in the world.
My father is very active politically in our county and surrounding counties. He is well respected and loved. He is going to set up a meeting for me with two prominent judges so I can introduce them to my CLNC services. These judges know every attorney in my county. Is it okay to use the judges’ names when speaking with the attorney contacts they provide me?
Debbie, RN, CLNC
About an hour from when the photo below was taken, just a block from my home, the street was filled with runners from the Houston Marathon. Over 23,000 participants showed up to run. Some finished in just over two hours while others were still running (or had dropped out) when the six-hour time limit expired.