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    Business Management and Development: Use Your Weak Areas to Grow

    James Nagy - 2631 Article rating: No rating

    Often times, when we come across a difficult client or a challenging project –all we can see is frustration. We see demanding clients who are asking things of us that we can’t easily deliver. We are faced with tasks and projects that, while they fit inside our areas of expertise, they require us to rack our brains to try to figure out successful solutions. This is frustrating. This is tedious and time consuming. This is an opportunity for growth.
     

    If You Want Business, You Can’t Be Afraid to Ask for It

    James Nagy - 2967 Article rating: No rating

    Without any risk, there is no reward. I watched a video recently that centered around not being afraid to ask.  In the video, Steve Jobs was featured calling Hewlett Packard and asking for parts to build a frequency counter.  The result? They gave him the parts and a job at 12 years old. That’s a great story for consultants to dive into. If you want business, you can't be afraid to ask for business.
     

    Consulting: Greatness Requires Risk

    James Nagy - 3619 Article rating: No rating

    Being a consultant takes a few ingredients. All consultants have to be able to juggle wearing a multitude of different hats while completing a variety of goals and objectives. Your job is to create plans based on what your customers want or need. So, what’s the difference between a good consultant and a great consultant? Good consultants reach out to existing customers and ask them what they might want or what they need.  They then create plans around the feedback that they’re given. They’re playing it safe. Great consultants, on the other hand, dream about what people really want or need. They bet on those ideas paying off and they take risks to produce greatness.  

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