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If you’re like most independent professionals and consultants, doing your accounting and preparing for tax time is about as exciting as watching grass grow. Which means you’d rather be doing almost anything else because not only is it time consuming …CONTINUE READING »
Service businesses tend to send an invoice for their services after they’ve put in the time and work. Would you rather get paid up front or have to wait 15, 30 or 90 days to see the cash in your …CONTINUE READING »
If you’re going into business as a consultant, you’re going to be responsible for managing your own cash flow and keeping your business afloat. In a way this is like having two jobs at once, unless you contract your accounting …CONTINUE READING »
I spoke with a consultant the other day, we’ll call him Terry. He had a question for me, “what should my daily consulting rate be? I’m a manufacturing consultant.” My answer, “I can’t tell you.” Terry: “Why not?!” Me: “Because …CONTINUE READING »
In addition to the Consulting Proposal templates provided in the Consulting Proposal and Agreement Guide, many people asked if I could also include a more standard Consulting Agreement. You know I value your feedback. So I gave this some thought …CONTINUE READING »
We recently conducted a survey on marketing for consultants where we asked our readers 3 questions: What type of marketing do you spend the most time on? Which of the above has made your business the most money? How much …CONTINUE READING »
A consultant is someone who, when asked a question, provides an answer and recommends action. In simple terms, they recommend or even tell people what to do. The role of a consultant is to provide advice geared at solving problems …CONTINUE READING »
Working for yourself can bring you unrivalled amounts of freedom that being employed simply won’t give you. However, on the other side of the coin there are also challenges that you will have to learn to deal with that you …CONTINUE READING »
In my previous article, “Are You Really A Consultant?” I proposed that a consultant is someone who gets paid for providing advice. I assume that if one is getting paid, one is a professional; in other words, seeking to make …CONTINUE READING »