Archive for April, 2013

One thing is true for all consultants: If there is work, there are clients. And one of our most important roles is to maintain and enhance our relationship with them. Preserving those relationships can be good for referrals and future business, as well as making the time spent on the project more enjoyable and satisfying. […]

There is really only one requirement for becoming a consultant, and that requirement is shared by all successful business ventures:   Provide a service for which people will pay you.   Everything else is in furtherance of that goal. Let’s break it down a bit. In order to have a service to provide, you need […]