I meet LNCs who are struggling in their businesses. They attribute their struggles to attorneys not being interested in what they have to offer and also an over-saturated market, or not having the right connections. Could they be unknowingly sabotaging an LNC business?
Here’s a sample of what I’ve heard from LNCs who’ve also struggled.
One LNC told me that the only ones who make it in this field are either married to an attorney or had a boyfriend or girlfriend who was an attorney. I can think of exactly 2 LNCs I’ve ever known who are married to attorneys.
This is what I’ve seen LNCs do to hamper their success, better known as shooting themselves in the foot.
Here’s what you’ll learn about Sabotaging an LNC Business
- Self-sabotage trick #3: Focusing only on services
- Here’s self-sabotage trick #2: Not having a reason why the attorney should give you a name and also an e-mail address when coming to your website
- Self-sabotage trick #1: Not getting a retainer
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Pat founded, grew and also sold a successful LNC business that had annual sales in the 7 figures. She is also a well known, respected expert in the field of legal nurse consulting. She has written, and also edited, or coauthored over 800 chapters, books, case studies, also online courses or articles about the topic of legal nurse consulting. Pat served on the board of directors of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants for 5 years including a year as president of the association.