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How can you tell the difference between a firm that is only claiming expertise as an advisor and one that is truly the earned expert? It’s hard for the client to discern this difference from outside the firm, but there are some distinctives that can help identify those that are true experts.
Two distinctives can point to this reality: (1) the number of clients in the firm, and (2) the size of the firm’s invoices. Read more
When I launched my leadership coaching and consulting practice, I gave myself three years to build it to a financially viable and sustainable business. I had no clients at the time, so I knew I would spend most of my time on business development during the start-up phase. Read more
I’m supposed to get kicked out of Thriveal, but I’m still here because I’ve got dirt on Jason.¹
I’m not supposed to be in Thriveal because I don’t own a firm. I don’t even work at a firm. I’m in industry, and I’m an accounting department of one, so depending on who’s asking, I’m either a CFO, a controller, a comptroller, or an AP clerk.