Happy 2007! I’m back from a much-needed vacation. I had a super New Year’s. My husband and I went to a party held by some friends. It was a great opportunity to get together with everyone and catch up as the holidays draw to a close. Afterwards, we zipped home to watch fireworks from the window of our new home. We look out over Burrard Inlet and the North Shore mountains and I was pleasantly surprised to see not one, but several, fireworks displays around midnight. People seemed to be using different clocks, so the fireworks started at various times over a 10-minute period. But, whether you were five minutes early, five minutes late, or right on time, I think the point was celebration of the New Year.
Speaking of New Year’s, I’m looking forward to a happy, fortuitous 2007. I hope to keep busy with consulting projects. I’m also going to be picking up a new teaching contract at the university level — more on that in a future post. And I’m planning to launch a few more documents, along the lines of the Consulting Fees Guide I released last month. My next document will be aimed more at starting your own consulting business. However, rather than focusing on how to become a consultant, I’m planning to talk more about discovering what kind of consulting you should do.
Feel free to share your plans for the New Year. I’d love to hear what your goals are.
"Happy New Year – 2007 rolls in" from Become a Consultant at ConsultantJournal.com.