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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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Blown away by your response, plus the “First 50” program

Financial freedom

As you probably remember, I released several new consulting resources last week. However, I was blown away by your response. Judging from your e-mails and the nearly 300 people who downloaded the consulting resources kit over the weekend–yes, over the weekend, when you’re supposed to be AWAY from your computer–that’s an incredible response. Like I’ve […]

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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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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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Case Study: Natalie Sisson of SuitcaseEntrepreneur.com

Natalie Sisson

I’m really excited to share an interview I did recently with Natalie Sisson of SuitcaseEntrepreneur.com, where she shares how she started her consulting business. Natalie’s primary business is business design coaching, and she also runs a blog where she helps people run their business from anywhere using online tools, social media, and outsourcing. In talking with […]

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