Tag Archives: consulting clients

The Best Way to Sort Consulting Clients into “Types” | David A. Fields

As consultants, we are masters of a particularly human trait: simplifying. We boil down a confusingly multifarious muddle into orderly, digestible bites. We apply this ability to trends, situations, strategies, opportunities, and virtually everything else. Including people.

Yep, we will happily reduce incomprehensible complexity (which pretty much describes humanity) into a handful of characteristics (which pretty much describes tiddlywinks pieces).

This makes sense, of course. You don’t want to address your English-speaking clients in Korean, serve pastrami sandwiches to vegan prospects, or invite a supremely introverted decision-maker out to the disco.

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5 Strategies to Quickly Get More Consulting Clients | Betsy Jordyn

If you want to achieve sustainable success as a consultant – ideally you want to create a marketing system to ensure you have a consistently full pipeline of right-fit clients.

However, there will be times when you have to feel the cash flow pressure and need to find clients…right now!

This article is designed to give you some immediate traction while still setting you up for long-term success.

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