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Follow-up LIVE consulting Q & A webinar, this Thursday, 9/27/2012

get your consulting questions answered

Last week’s live webinar was fantastic, and I got an overwhelming response from your e-mails with consulting questions you wanted answered. But there was one problem: I couldn’t cover all the questions you answered. So, I’m going to hold another live consulting questions webinar this Thursday, 9/27/2012, at 9 p.m. Eastern / 6 p.m. Pacific. […]

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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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Guest article roundup

Roundup

In case you hadn’t seen, I’ve been busy writing guest articles around the web lately, and wanted to let you all in on what I’ve been up to. Writing guest articles on other sites helps promote Start My Consulting Business to people who might not otherwise know about us. So, here’s the roundup of some […]

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What you don’t know WILL hurt you: how to stop being stuck, and start or grow your business

Feeling stuck? I’ve talked to lots of consultants and freelancers, and whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been in business for a while, at some point, you’ll feel stuck. Maybe you haven’t yet started your business, and are overwhelmed, worried of failing, or doubt you can succeed. Maybe you’re already in business, but want […]

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Can you afford to lose your job? What no one told you about safeguarding yourself

In January 2007 , I lost my job at a software company where I’d worked for nearly 8 years. Shortly thereafter, I was fortunate to find a job at a non-profit, though earning less, and without health or retirement benefits. During the summer of 2008, my non-profit job dwindled to half-time, then ended completely by […]

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