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How to get clients: Mistake 4 (marketing channels, part 2)

OK, so you’ve read my previous article where I talked about what marketing channels are and how to identify marketing channels for your niche and your ideal client. However, there’s actually a good chance that you STILL struggle with how to get clients even after you’ve identified marketing channels and are working hard to tap […]

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No one cares about your skills (and what really matters)

consulting clients

During lunch with a fellow-techie friend, I asked him how work was going. He launched into a long monologue about stuff I couldn’t begin to understand. Something about PBX trunks, defined hierarchies, set-based operations, or some such nonsense. It felt like a bad date, where you’re desperate for a call from your BFF with an […]

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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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