Recently I asked legal nurse consultants what questions they wanted me to answer. One of the top questions was how to get clients.
This is Pat Iyer with Iyer’s Insights. In LNP 270, Jill Merriman shared some hot tips about networking. Be sure to listen to that show.
I asked Linda Husted, who is an experienced life care planner, for her thoughts on how to get a business started. She said networking is essential for any nurse entrepreneur. To me, networking is important in order to meet professionals with similar interests, develop relationships that are not only important and fulfilling in their own right but can be helpful when advice is needed and, of course, for referrals
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these point
- Why do you need to be diversified?
- Should you take subcontracting jobs?
- Tips on improving your LNC skills
- What kind of software do you need?
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Pat Iyer has been a legal nurse consultant since 1987. She also built a successful LNC business that was filled with loyal attorney clients who returned over and over with cases. Pat dealt with many attorney bullies.