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The 1 question you need to answer when you start consulting

Start consulting: your consulting skills are more important than the tools

There’s a question you need to answer when you start consulting (or any business) that’s crucial to your success. Once you know the question, it’ll seem ridiculously obvious. But still, few ask it, and fewer still know how to answer it. Before I show you what I mean, here’s an example of what you might be […]

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How to get clients: a step-by-step walk-through for identifying a profitable consulting niche

Consulting niche

I’ve been writing a lot lately about mistakes I see people make that prevent them from getting clients. Chances are, you’re probably already making at least one of the mistakes I’ve talked about. And chances are that you’re struggling with figuring out how to get clients for your consulting business. Probably the most common mistake I […]

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

get your consulting questions answered

[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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Consulting Income Report: December 2011 – August 2012

I’ve summarized my consulting income data from the past several months below, along with lots of detailed tactics that I’ve used to improve my business in the past few months. As you look at the data, besides getting a general idea of my consulting income, you’ll notice a few things: My consulting income was consistently higher […]

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How I save $1,400 on my business phone service–every year

OK, you might be thinking, “Phone service?! How boring is that!” But wait! There’s a reason why I’m excited about this topic:  you’ll save a bunch of money. Seriously.  Each and every year, I save nearly $1,400.00.  Yep, and it was super easy. If you haven’t already realized, I’m a bit of a cheapskate.  It’s […]

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