How To Run A Million Dollar Consulting Business While Traveling The World For Five Months: Podcast

Consulting Success

Leaving your consulting business to spend time with your family or friends in some other part of the world seems an inconceivable idea, most especially if you are the type who worries about their business constantly. Learn how to be able to do just that.

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How to serve today’s digital traveler

McKinsey

Travel went digital a long time ago, but the digital customer isn’t standing still. Insights on Travel, Transport & Logistics

How to Travel Less & Earn More Consulting Revenue

David A Fields

Some consultants love to travel for their consulting projects. I prefer to be with my family, sleep in my own bed, eat healthy, home-cooked meals, and work in my gym clothes. But how do you build a booming, lucrative consulting practice while staying cozily ensconced in your home office? Me, I’m not a big fan. Besides, when I’m on the road, there’s less time for marketing and business development, and I can’t play old-man hockey at the local rink.

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Why Travel and Living Abroad Prepare You for Consulting

Tom Spencer

Have you ever felt guilty about travelling extensively? Have you ever wished that the money spent traveling could somehow pay dividends? Well, I believe it can pay dividends, so you shouldn’t feel guilty about your past and future travel.

How to transform your airline

McKinsey

Insights on Travel, Transport & LogisticsAirline transformations are often necessary—and always difficult. We lay out five rules for success.

How to pack a portable office – consultant style.

Killer Consultant

In a post about buying travel gear I promised to give you all an inside scoop to my portable office – today is the day! This is gonna be a long post, because I got something to say on almost every item. This small gem is powerful enough to power the iPad 3.

How To Become A Social Media Influencer

Henry DeVries

So, you want to be an influencer? Immigration attorney and legal influencer Jacob Sapochnick has a few tips that helped him combine his passion of immigration law, travel and business

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The endgame for postal networks: How to win in the age of e-commerce

McKinsey

Insights on Travel, Transport & LogisticsThe e-commerce megatrend is a big opportunity for postal players, but market and competitive dynamics are squeezing incumbents. Three winning tactics can help these companies stay competitive.

How To Become An In Internet Influencer

Henry DeVries

So, you want to be an influencer? Immigration attorney and legal influencer Jacob Sapochnick has a few tips that helped him combine his passion of immigration law, travel and business

How to pack a portable office – consultant style.

Killer Consultant

In a post about buying travel gear I promised to give you all an inside scoop to my portable office – today is the day! This is gonna be a long post, because I got something to say on almost every item. This small gem is powerful enough to power the iPad 3.

How to Find the Grit Passion for Winning at Business and Life: Interview with Dave Saliaris

Consulting Matters

Interview Transcript: Betsy Jordyn: Well hey there, it's Betsy Jordyn and I am so excited to interview our latest Consultants Institute grad, Dave Saliaris, who has his own consulting group that he is launching officially. I really appreciate the time you're giving me to talk with you.

Marvel’s Endgame or How to Be a Superhero

The More Clients Blog

I don’t know about you, but I happen to be a Marvel movie superhero fanatic. Big Spolier: In Endgame, the Avengers figure out how to travel back in time, retrieve the Infinity Stones, and undo the terrible decimation of humanity wreaked by Thanos.

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5 Tips on How to Spend Your Summer Before You Start Your Consulting Job

Tom Spencer

Now there are just two more important decisions that you need to make. What start date should be requested and what should be done with the soon to be very scarce free time prior to starting? It is a smart idea to be recharged and refreshed before starting the consulting journey.

How to Ask Your Boss for an Unpaid Leave to Travel, Study, or Spend Time with Family

Harvard Business

Explain how you’ll minimize the impact on coworkers and clients. Difficult conversations Work-life balance Negotiations Digital Article

How to Find the Grit Passion for Winning at Business and Life: Interview with Dave Saliaris

Consulting Matters

Interview Transcript: Betsy Jordyn: Well hey there, it's Betsy Jordyn and I am so excited to interview our latest Consultants Institute grad, Dave Saliaris, who has his own consulting group that he is launching officially. I really appreciate the time you're giving me to talk with you.

How to Generate More Revenue Without Working More Hours with Tony Signorelli: Podcast #23

Consulting Success

In this episode, we talk about the path that led Tony to sales and consulting, and he shares insights into creating a successful consulting firm within the corporate world. You won’t want to miss the stories he tells in this episode of The Consulting Success Podcast.

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How to avoid being blacklisted from consulting (or any other) recruiting

Tom Spencer

As with most other competitive professions, breaking into consulting roles has a lot to do with networking. Unfortunately, candidates get one chance to make a first impression. Offer to Buy Coffee in an Informational Interview.

Women Book Business Travel Earlier, Saving Companies Millions

Harvard Business

The demand for business travel is gender-independent, but men and women demonstrate different travel habits that impact the bottom line. We know from previous research that women react more strongly to unforeseen events and are more stressed than men when traveling for work.

How to fix your lame-assed email autoresponder

Rod Burkert

You are traveling? You will have limited or no access to email? And I am going to tell you why and what to do about it. And welcome to my Practice Development Corner. I will have limited or no access to email. You are traveling out of the country.

What Now? How to Recover When You Can’t Deliver

Joellyn Sargent

Now matter how efficient your organization is, there will come a time when you simply can’t deliver as planned. How will you recover? This happened both ways and only one travel delay was weather related. ” I had to explain, “It’s not you, it’s them.

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The Hidden Benefits of Short-Term Business Travel

Harvard Business

Much has been written about long-term expatriate assignments , but for many of us, a more common “assignment” is the short-term business trip — that four-day jaunt to Dubai or the there-and-back trip to Buenos Aires. First, traveling abroad can build your confidence.

Employee Burnout: How to Stop the Working Dead Apocalypse

Women in Consulting

A once enthusiastic and proactive business analyst seems lax and shows up to work late. At regular meetings, you notice one of your best project managers sitting in the corner with their arms crossed, refusing to take part in the conversation in any way. Your office manager looks frustrated, and you don’t even want to approach unless it’s a total emergency. Is there any way to secure your company? Why employee burnout happens and how to fight it. .

How to Balance Work and Life in Management Consulting

CaseInterview.com

Is it possible to balance work and life as a consultant? Yes, I think it is, but you can't always manage it when you want to manage it. The first factor is the culture related to your geography (both country and city). The second factor is the industry you choose to work in or end up working in. You end up going to where the client is located. At McKinsey, we went to the client four days out of every week - virtually no exceptions. Travel.

B2B Salespeople Need to Act More Like Travel Agents

Harvard Business

Having more information doesn’t always make it easier to decide. Consider what’s happened with travel: With the explosion of internet travel sites in the 2000s, consumers took charge of their own travel, and travel agencies hemorrhaged business. Fast forward to today. According to the travel and leisure marketing firm MMGY, the use of travel agents increased by 50% from 2014 to 2015.

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How to Transition to Management Consulting after Law School

Management Consulted

Lately, we’ve been hearing the same question from more and more law students – How do I transition to management consulting after law school? Or why leave a partner track in a law firm to start over? Many lawyers we’ve heard from would rather be involved in proactive strategy vs. reactive strategy – being involved in setting a company’s course as opposed to being called in to fix something after it’s gone wrong.

Cracks in the ridesharing market—and how to fill them

McKinsey

To boost miles traveled, the industry will need new solutions, including smarter design. For all of its remarkable growth, ridesharing is still far from ubiquitous. Our Insights

Why You Should Take a Break from Your Business (and How to Get Away)

Joellyn Sargent

A sabbatical can work wonders to restore your mindset and motivation. It doesn’t help you or your customers if you work all the time and never take a break to recharge. I decided to take a break from my business in 2018. I love what I do and I don’t want to be any place else except in my business.” No matter how much you love your company, no matter how passionate you are about what you do, eventually that feeling is going to start to fade.

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The Crazy Lives of Consultants: Good travel or bad travel?

The Crazy Lives of Consultants

skip to main | skip to sidebar. Good travel or bad travel? The difference between a good consulting trip and a bad one can be subtle, so Ive put together a brief guide to help differentiate: Car service arrives early with silver cadillac, leather interior, uniformed driver who carries my bags to the car - good travel. Car "service" arrives 30 minutes before flight, driver is drunk, there is no back seat - bad travel. travel?

How to Get a McKinsey Interview Through Networking

CaseInterview.com

I wanted to send you a quick note on how I have been able to secure a McKinsey interview , despite not knowing anyone in consultancy. Whilst writing my thesis on [ A topic related to economics in Islamic Countries ], I desperately sought the "World Islamic Banking Competitiveness Report", co-authored with McKinsey & Co. I cold called an array of Islamic Banks to secure a copy of this very exclusive report. Whom to contact? I was the first to apply.

How to Talk to a Grieving Customer

Harvard Business

He died, and I need to close his account.” ” When Matt drowned in a fast-moving river, it fell to me to cancel his credit cards, close out the utilities at his apartment, and manage his cell phone account. We aren’t authorized to give any information.”

Airport Chaos: Trump’s Travel Restrictions Leave Some Stranded (You Can Leave, But You Cannot Come Back)

MishTalk

The airlines were caught off guard and now Rush to Comply With Surprise Travel Restrictions. carriers didn’t get advance notice of the travel ban or briefings from government officials on how it should be implemented, people familiar with the matter said.

Behind-The-Scenes Look At How To Deliver a TEDx Talk

Melissa Agnes

As a professional speaker, it’s a great honor to be asked to speak at a TEDx event, to share your “idea worth spreading” with the world and hopefully inspire your audience with your message. A TED speech is meant to be both inspirational and aspirational.

How to Win More Business From Speaking Using Your Consulting Website

Tsavo Neal

It’s easy for potential clients to get to know you, like you, and trust you when you are educating them in person. That said, speaking is time-consuming in the amount of time it takes you to prepare, give your talk, and travel to and from speaking destinations.

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The Crazy Lives of Consultants: Who Here Travels?

The Crazy Lives of Consultants

skip to main | skip to sidebar. Who Here Travels? And just how knowledgeable are you about this TRAVEL??? Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom). Subscribe To "Crazy Consultants". Do YOU have a Crazy Consulting Story to Share? Send it to us! Wednesday, December 19, 2007. Hmmmm? Check this out: [link] and then leave us your score and your firm in the comment section. This is officially a contest, people. Posted by. Crazy Consultant.

The Crazy Lives of Consultants: The Client is Always Wrong

The Crazy Lives of Consultants

skip to main | skip to sidebar. The hardest-learned lesson for any young consultant is how to be wrong. Its important for a good consultant to acknowledge and admit his limitations. Once youre gray enough, you can plead ignorance to almost anything and still get the gig! I once admitted to the clients main point of contact that, until that meeting, I had never even heard of the product I was developing requirements for! Send it to us!

Want to be Successful? Learn how to Make Great Presentations

Confessions of a Consultant

Have laptop, will travel. So, the call to make a presentation on coaching to the Irish Midwives conference in Galway wasn’t particularly unusual. On the basis that you can never become complacent, I needed something to grab audience attention right up front.

How to Grow Old Disgracefully (and guilt free)

Confessions of a Consultant

Family trips to Canada and Portugal. A Travel guitar added to the collection. How many musical instruments do you need, before thoughts turn to homelessness or some other social issue? The root of the question is easy enough to trace. Grow Old Disgracefully.