Our thoughts are powerful and intimate companions. As Norman Vincent Peale says “Change your thoughts and you change your world.”
The 14th Dalai Lama wisely states “It seems that often when problems arise, our outlook becomes narrow.” This is exactly why we should be seeking viewpoints other than our own when encountering a challenging legal nurse consulting problem.
Happy Mother’s Day to all RNs and Certified Legal Nurse Consultants. What do you love most about Mother’s Day? Your husband and children preparing your favorite breakfast? Gifts that acknowledge what a great Mom you are? Or simply having a day to relax, unlike the other 364 days when you collapse into bed as limp as an overused sponge wondering, “How long can I keep up this mad pace?”
I love registered nurses. When I think of the famous Irish blessing “When I count my blessings, I count you twice” I think of you.
Henry David Thoreau said “It’s not what you look at that matters; it’s what you see.” I’ve noticed in the 36 years of owning a legal nurse consulting business that I see more clearly when I’m unencumbered by fear. I see even more clearly when I look at something without preconception.
Is your 2018 looking a lot like your 2017 which wasn’t exactly a BEST year? If you’re looking for the root cause of your issues Harry Truman’s quote might be the answer.
We’re almost two weeks into Spring, a season that promises something new. Just as we witness myriad transformations in nature, so should we be witnessing transformation in ourselves. That’s why I love Audrey Hepburn’s quote “Paris is always a good idea.”
Tuesday marks the first day of Spring. Optimism is the word that springs to mind as I feast on the beautiful display nature offers during this season.
We all want to be successful. We all want to be prosperous and we all want to be… one night alone with Hugh Jackman. Well maybe that last one is just me. LOL!
Fear is a success stopper on two levels. First, it keeps you from going for what you want as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Second, it serves as a repellant for potential attorney-prospects.