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    Why People Buy From You and How That Applies to Consultants

    James Nagy - 2998 Article rating: No rating

    I had a meeting recently at a networking group that I’m a part of. This group, Synergy Business Connections, is a part of the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce. During this networking meeting, we heard a presentation given by Harriet Cohen of training solutions. The gist of this business training was to discover why people buy from you. What I discovered was a lot of great insight into the reasons that people buy and how that applies to consultants.
     

    Never Get Too Comfortable in Business

    James Nagy - 3033 Article rating: No rating

    It’s a good feeling when you have a great working relationship with those in your organization. Especially as a consultant, every new client is a litmus test. You never quite know what the culture is going to be when you walk in as an outside source. Fortunately, at times, you end up having a great working relationship with your client. As with any great relationship, you start to get comfortable. It’s a great feeling, but it’s also dangerous territory.

    The Grass Isn’t Always Greener: Top Reasons NOT to be a Consultant

    James Nagy - 2496 Article rating: No rating

    Everyone is doing it these days. Being a consultant is the current kronut of the business world. It’s trendy. It’s a fad. Everyone wants to try it at least once. The problem is that being a consultant actually is a specific profession. I’m not saying it’s not a good idea for you to branch out and become a consultant. I’m saying that many people dip their toe in with blinders on and it ends up not working out.  There are perks and there are disadvantages. 
     

    Minimum Viable Product: To Develop an MVP or not to Develop an MVP

    James Nagy - 3647 Article rating: No rating

    A minimum viable product (MVP) is a software development technique.  This is where a new product or website is developed with sufficient features to satisfy the early adopters and early requirements. The final, complete set of features is then designed and developed after considering feedback from the product's initial users. Consider it as a product built with a minimum feature set. So, should we be developing the features that the customers are asking for as the minimal requirements? Should we just be doing the bare minimum or should we be going above and beyond to satisfy a larger audience?

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