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[Day 4/4] Answers to your toughest consulting problems on getting clients

Consulting support

OK, here’s #4 of 4 installments of reader consulting questions and consulting problems, though I’ll still answer as many of your questions as possible. In fact, I’m going to schedule a live conference call/webinar in about 2 weeks to do exactly that: answer your consulting questions and give you specific, tactical advice on getting unstuck […]

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[Day 2/4] Answers to your toughest consulting questions on getting clients

get your consulting questions answered

I’m getting a lot of great consulting questions, and we’re going to dive into your toughest questions over the next few posts. And in one of today’s questions, you’ll see how an attempt to get clients backfired. Your consulting questions answered Since “how can I get clients?” is one of the most common consulting questions […]

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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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How to get clients: Mistake 6 (you aren’t solving a big enough problem)

Elephant

When Alexander the Great died in 323 B.C., his empire was divided into 4 kingdoms, one of which was ruled by Ptolemy I, one of Alexander’s generals. Ptolemy’s kingdom was located in what’s now northern Egypt, and like some earlier kingdoms in India, Ptolemy used elephants in battle, to great success. In fact, elephants were […]

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