Six-Figure Consulting

How to Have a Great Second Career

Gary Scott Goodman

Publisher: Amacom, 1997, 179 pages

ISBN: 0-8144-7958-8

Keywords: Consulting

Last modified: Aug. 7, 2007, 10:15 a.m.

Escape the rat race and cash in on your unique skills and experience!

Consulting is the boon profession of the 90s, and the rewards are yours to reap. In today's leaner business world, a growing number of corporations are cutting costs by outsourcing work to consultants — sometimes hiring laid off employees who went on to start their own consulting business!

Be your own boss! Set your own hours! Control your destiny!

Getting your own consultancy business off the ground requires plenty of leg work — and dangers abound once you're up and running. To succeed, you need the sage advice of someone who's seen it all. Gary Scott Goodman's Six-Figure Consulting is written with his 18 years of experience as a nationally known and respected consultant to Fortune 1000 companies. This information-rich resource will teach you how to:

  • Start up your own consulting business
  • Market your services
  • Network with the right people
  • Manage your time efficiently

And Dr. Goodman shows you how to do it all with state-of-the-art savvy. Written in an easy-to-read, conversational style, Six-Figures Consulting is packed with eye-opening war stories straight from the font lines. Don't settle for a simple how-to manual when you can own an insider's guide that will empower you to six-figure success.

  1. The Consulting Lifestyle
  2. The Psychology of Consulting
  3. Marketing Your Consulting Services
  4. Packaging Your Know-How
  5. Making the Transition Into Consulting
  • Addendum: How to Craft Perfect Articles to Promote Your Consulting Practice

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Six-Figure Consulting

Reviewed by Roland Buresund

Decent ****** (6 out of 10)

Last modified: July 25, 2007, 3:30 p.m.

If you need a positive read, this is the right book.

It is not very deep on detail (or for that matter, reality), but you sure feels inspired after reading this.

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