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How one reader nailed a 50% consulting rate increase (see what he did)

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I got this email last week. It’s like lots that I get from readers & students who’ve taken action: How much did that technique boost Kieran’s consulting rate? A full 50%. Imagine if you got a 50% raise. And Kieran got it using my FREE material. In the last few emails, we’ve talked about getting […]

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Still struggling with feast or famine? (Or is it a myth?)

feast or famine

Have you ever struggled to get enough clients or consulting work? Chances are, your answer to that question was yes of course! hell yes–and I could use some help! OK, but let’s get a little more specific. Are you struggling to get your first client? Do you have just 1 or 2 clients, but can’t […]

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

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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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Are you interested? I need your opinion (plus, details on the Breakthrough Consulting program)

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[NOTE: Yes, this e-mail is a bit long, but it’s got some important details for you, so please read it though. If you already know you’re interested, go ahead and e-mail me with your thoughts.] First, I wanted to showcase an inspiring story from Kenmon, a fellow reader here at the blog.  After going through the consulting […]

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