You can find and hire a good counselor. However, the real problem is to look for the right one. If you want to find the right one, you should ask a few questions. In this article, we have a few questions that you should ask yourself before hiring a good counselor. Do you feel comfortable?… Continue reading Questions To Ask Before You Hire A Counselor
Don’t get trapped into thinking you have to recycle a training course to save money to quickly get a course out the door! Recently on a pre-consulting interview, we met with a training manager, who had no idea of how to create a training course and who had attempted to save development-to-classroom time by recycling… Continue reading Recycling Old Bad Content, Creates a Bad New Course
It’s been quite a decade. From geographies coming together, to trade blocs being the new continents, to the Brexit U-turn; the world has witnessed implications of globalization in many forms. Many countries started hesitantly and then turned the tack to join the new wave. Many countries travelled vice versa. But the net outcome is that… Continue reading Riding the Chinese Dragon? Take the Translation Seatbelt Along
Learn the key secret to becoming a consultant and improving your consulting practice. When you brainstorm to make a career change to consulting, what you need to understand is not only its definition, but also the responsibilities a consultant has. Being a consultant, you are expected to offer your skills to other people or businesses.… Continue reading How Can You Become A Business Consultant?
If you are a business coach or consultant and have not advised your clients that a book should be part of their business, you are doing them a disservice. Writing a business book, manual, booklet, pamphlet, guide, how-to, workbook, etc. gives a business owner (regardless of the industry) visibility, credibility, and helps validate their expertise.… Continue reading Why Isn’t a Book Part of Your Business?
We all have on our prospect list an A-List name that we’ve been unable to reach. This prospective client sits in the C-Suite and holds the promise of green-lighting a big payday for you. It’s frustrating when you can’t get added to your A-List prospect’s calendar. Nevertheless, there is nearly always a way to make… Continue reading Score An A-List Prospect Meeting in the C-Suite
In a recent phone call I told the CEO of my insurance brokerage that after being a loyal customer for 15 years I had moved all my business to other providers. Given our long-standing relationship, I felt I owed him an explanation; not because I wanted to see someone fired, but because I wanted him… Continue reading Six Crucial Lessons to Becoming and Staying a Trusted Advisor
The general partner(s) manage the assets contributed to the family limited partnership. Limited partners generally have no rights with respect to the assets held by the FLP. The lack of Marketability and the fractional ownership of the limited partnership interests held by the limited partners are two of the well-established reduction principles that diminish the… Continue reading Estate Tax Planning & Family Limited Partnerships
Have you ever tried to positively influence others in a way that failed? Maybe your communication personality styles were very different. Have people ever resisted your ideas – and yet you KNOW it’s the right thing? It may be the WAY you are communicating with them. You may have taken other forms of personality assessment… Continue reading Your Communication Personality Style – Take the Quiz