Category Archives: Consulting Consultants

Consulting Consultants: Resolving Perception Issues

Whether intentional or not, a bad perception of you was set. The client doesn’t have a ton of respect for you and your work is unfairly scrutinized, even if no error was found in said code. Continue reading

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Consulting Consultants: Maintaining Interest

Consulting is a job, and like any job, it comes with the possibility of becoming stale, uninteresting, or boring.  This is especially true if you have a single skill set or are focusing on one particular skill.  When a job … Continue reading

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Consulting Consultants: Personal Branding – Wrapup

In this final post in my series on personal branding I would like to just recap some of the things we went over. We first took a look at blogs and how they can be used to quickly build your … Continue reading

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Consulting Consultants: Personal Branding – Wrapup

In this final post in my series on personal branding I would like to just recap some of the things we went over. We first took a look at blogs and how they can be used to quickly build your … Continue reading

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Consulting Consultants: Personal Branding – Branding Within

Some consultants (like me for example) work in a consulting firm.  This means that we’re not merrily contractors that have to in essence pimp ourselves but we work for a company that does that for us and sends us to … Continue reading

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Consulting Consultants: Personal Branding – Branding Within

Some consultants (like me for example) work in a consulting firm.  This means that we’re not merrily contractors that have to in essence pimp ourselves but we work for a company that does that for us and sends us to … Continue reading

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