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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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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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Problems are business opportunities

YouTube video -- problems are opportunities

Consultants often have a hard time connecting with clients and prospects, and constantly struggle to find work or land new clients. This is one of the most frustrating and stressful parts of being a consultant–especially when you’re first starting out. But that can be fixed. Learning to identify problems and reframe them as business opportunities makes you […]

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