Starting your own consulting business doesn’t have to be a dream. In fact, starting your own consulting business is something real people do everyday. "Consulting business" sounds pretty sophisticated, but, on its most basic level, starting a consulting business means you sell your expertise and knowledge to other people.
Starting a consulting business when you’re not an expert
Not sure you’re an expert? Perhaps you’ve never thought of yourself as being one, but anyone can become an expert. You just ned to start a consulting business that matches your unique talents, experience, personality and market opportunity. If you position yourself — and your business — the right way, you’ll be an expert. You just need to choose something that matches you.
Figuring out what consulting business you could start
If you’ve figured out why you should become a consultant, try doing a personal inventory and figuring out what you want from a consulting business — and what you could offer. Don’t worry if you don’t seem like expert material or if your work experience doesn’t seem glamorous. You’re a consultant the minute someone hires you to give them advice.
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"Starting your own consulting business" from Become a Consultant at ConsultantJournal.com