The Secret to Expanding Your Legal Nurse Consulting Productivity

The Secret to Expanding Your Legal Nurse Consulting Productivity

If you want to be more productive than you already are in your legal nurse consulting business, try learning how to not be productive. Although it sounds counterintuitive, mindful non-productivity can actually feed your legal nurse consulting productivity.

Give Yourself a Break from Your Legal Nurse Consultant Business

Give Yourself a Break from Your Legal Nurse Consultant Business

This week (between Christmas and New Year’s) is a bit slower and quieter than most weeks. A break from what, for most of us, has been an intense year. And a bit of a break is just what the nurse in me has ordered. I’m using this time to wind down my year, take a few more deep breaths and reflect on what I desire for 2017.

Vickie Milazzo's Thoughts for Success

Thoughts for Success: Interrupt the Interrupter to Take Control of Your Time

We all have issues with time management. Even the most successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant will struggle with time management skills at one point or another. It seems there’s always something or someone getting in the way of our legal nurse consulting productivity. Frequently that someone is you and that’s why one of my favorite thoughts for success is to interrupt the interrupter.

What Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Should Do Before Going to Bed

Okay, I know you’re thinking my advice is going to be to floss, brush your teeth, wash your face and moisturize, but men read this blog too and I know they’ll ignore at least three of the four recommendations. So today I’m off personal hygiene and onto a strategy that can alter your CLNC® productivity for life.

Let’s face it, no matter how energetic you are, you only get 24 hours in a day. Smart Certified Legal Nurse Consultants put your brain to work when you’re sleeping, not just while awake. As RNs, we know how important sleep is for the body’s physiological maintenance. Sleep can both recalibrate your tired brain and make new connections between important pieces of information already learned while awake. This, in turn, can help you find quicker and better solutions to problems.

Try this strategy: 30 minutes before you go to sleep, consider that one issue in your medical malpractice case or CLNC business that has you stumped. Then push it aside and use the 30 minutes to fully relax – meditate, soak in the tub or whatever relaxes you 🙂 for a full 30 minutes before you go to sleep.

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