Sun.Apr 18, 2021

When it’s Time to Focus on Your Consulting Career

Tom Spencer

The greatest accomplishments will follow a focused person. Our society rewards specialists more than generalists, and the way to become a specialist is to remain focused on one area for a prolonged period. At all stages of our life there are times to explore and times to focus.

Backward about coming forward

Seth Godin Blog

If your comment is helpful to anyone else, than it’s generous indeed. Holding back is selfish, because it deprives the group of your insight at the same time that it normalizes non-participation. If you’re wondering, so is someone else


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Considerations for Targeting Your Consulting Specialty

Tom Spencer

In nearly every consulting firm, sooner or later you’ll have to prioritize a specialty to formally begin establishing a focus area for your consulting career. Just to be clear, by specialty, I mean a specifically defined industry (e.g. industrials, pharma, etc.) or functional area (e.g.

Sorry, I Can’t Take Your Money, I’m Too Busy

Alan Weiss

I’ve noticed quite a few contractors—landscape, masonry, windows, heating and air, etc.—who who have had a great year as people attend to their environment, since they’re spending so much time in it. Yet instead of hiring help, or changing schedules, these business owners are turning away business. These are the same people who are going to complain when they have no current business. Never turn down good business.

The Best Sales Forecasting Models for Weathering Your Goals

Every sales forecasting model has a different strength and predictability method. It’s recommended to test out which one is best for your team. This way, you’ll be able to further enhance – and optimize – your newly-developed pipeline. Your future sales forecast? Sunny skies (and success) are just ahead!

How We Onboard at Leadership Vision

Leadership Vision Consulting

In this episode, we introduce Amy Roellinger, our wonderful new colleague who joined our team a little over four months ago (at the time of recording). We talk about those first few months on the job and what makes our onboarding process different at Leadership Vision.