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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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Get your consulting questions answered in tomorrow’s LIVE webinar

How to find a profitable consulting niche

Which of the following describes your situation? You haven’t started your consulting business, and are still on the sidelines, not sure how or where to start. You’ve started your consulting business, but can’t seem to make any headway, and are frustrated. You’ve created a consulting business, but want to take it to the next level. Whichever […]

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Stop deceiving yourself: You DON’T need to be an expert to have a profitable consulting business

You don't have to be an expert to start consulting

I’ve talked to dozens of aspiring consultants and freelancers who delay, hesitate, and sometimes never start their business because they believe they have to be an expert to be a consultant or freelancer. WRONG. You do NOT need to be an expert to have a profitable consulting business. This isn’t a scam, and I’m not […]

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Are you making this amateur mistake? (and what to do about it)

don't make your consulting business generic

Way back in high school, I worked at a grocery store. Besides the usual, brand-name products, we also stocked generic products. Now, this was back in the mid-1980’s, and generic foods weren’t the house labels (Kirkland, etc.) that they are now. Generics back then both looked like and delivered crap. But, there was a market–a […]

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Tired of scrambling for business? Surprising, proven ways to get new clients: Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, I talked about: the stress of having to constantly scramble for new business, how desperation is detrimental to your business, and several ways to snag new clients. Now, I’ll show you some additional ways you can find new clients.  All the techniques I talk about both in Part 1 of this […]

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Tired of scrambling for business? Surprising and proven ways to get new clients: Part 1

A couple years ago this September, I didn’t know where the next month’s business was coming from. I had bills to pay, the kids needed new shoes, we like to eat regularly, have electricity, and on and on.  But at the start of that September, I had little idea how I’d get enough work to […]

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