Category Archives for "Fear"

19 questions that will change your consulting business (and your life)

get your consulting questions answered

You’re here because you want to start and grow a profitable consulting business that will change your life. Maybe you want to: quit your crappy job earn more money have more freedom and flexibility spend more time with your kids work for yourself create a more consistent flow of consulting work have more financial security Whatever […]

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How to virtually guarantee you’ll do what you’ve been procrastinating: the Motivation Chaining Method

Procrastination

When I first started my consulting business, I knew I needed to call prospective clients, but I kept putting it off. Each day, I’d put the same to-do on my list (“call prospective clients”), and each day, I wouldn’t do it. Instead, I’d feel stressed about it, overwhelmed about not knowing how to go about […]

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Looking for 10 people–but don’t bother if you aren’t serious

Act now!

Have you either: NOT started your consulting business yet, OR started your consulting business, BUT not made as much progress as you’d like? Do you want to: eliminate your doubts, fears, and inner conflicts that are holding you back or sabotaging your consulting business? earn more? get more clients? create more dependable consulting income? Are […]

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The simple technique that can boost your consulting rate 20%, 50%, 100%–overnight

The Don't Blink Technique--raise your consulting rate

In a post last week, I mentioned we were planning on going to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta this past weekend. As it turned out, the winds were too strong, and it was cancelled that day. But we made up for it by doing something different, and heading up to Santa Fe–an hour’s drive north–to have […]

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Beaten down and brainwashed by my alcoholic grandmother–and how entrepreneurship transformed me

Dinner with Gram

I’m going to tell a very personal and painful story about something that’s influenced me for many years, and that I still sometimes struggle with. It’s not about finding your niche, finding clients, or finding your ideal hourly rate. It’s about finding out what holds you back, working through past wrongs, recognizing your irrational thoughts […]

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