When do you become a consultant? When you decide to call yourself one. But how about figuring out when you become a real working consultant? Ah, there’s the rub! Finding your first consulting job is what really turns you into a consultant. Once you’ve got that first job, you’re really fit to call yourself a consultant. Even if you still need a day job, side job, night job or spouse to keep you going, you’re a consultant once the projects start rolling in. Whether you work at home, work from an office or take a laptop to a local cafe, you’re working once you’ve got a project to do.
But how do you find your first consulting job? Well, take a look at how I became a consultant. I didn’t become a consultant all at once. I took my time. Stay tuned for more details on how you can become a consultant a little bit at a time.
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"Getting your first consulting job" from Become a Consultant at ConsultantJournal.com.
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What are your suggestions for staying on task as a consultant who works from home and has a family and many other interests?
i want to be a consultant for a life time career because i have a very strong passion for it.
I agree as well and am at a point where I am seriously considering becoming a consultant with 23 yrs experience in fin services/gen mgt. Have you made a start yet> I am keen to know/plan where to start!
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