Many people prefer LinkedIn to other social media platforms. Lisa Wade, a legal nurse consultant, has found a unique way to make LinkedIn work for her. When the pandemic dried up her LNC business, she got active in relevant groups on LinkedIn and enjoyed her involvement but found it not conducive to developing relationships. Switching […]
How to get started as an LNC? Nurses who are considering careers as LNC sometimes have a limited view of what this involves: being an expert witness at depositions and trials or finding such experts, and—the biggest obstacle for many—having one’s own business, possibly with employees. They may also believe they have to invest thousands […]
You’re doing some work-related tasks, and a voice ( your inner critic) tells you you’re doing it all wrong. Someone wrongly criticizes you, and you don’t speak up for yourself. When you try to go to sleep at night, you keep on thinking of everything you have to do to complete a project. Each of […]
Pat Iyer, host of this podcast and LNC Business owner, usually recommends that legal nurse consultants allow 3-5 years to develop a full-time practice. She is delighted to showcase an exception to that flexible rule. Ashley Moreau began her LNC Business practice in 2020, four months after the pandemic began. Prior to that time, she’d […]
Where do you document the LNC Policies and procedures by which you run every aspect of your business? If you answer, “In my head,” have you asked yourself what would happen if you’re a solopreneur and got sick? Have you considered how you could sell your business without policies and procedures? Have you noticed that issues recur because no one wrote down how they solved them the last time?