I have been a consultant for over 20 years in my life so I spend a lot of time thinking about what clients want. This is an area that I think most people fall into.
I find myself being very careful about consulting work, so much so that I’m now on the lookout for consulting gigs like “should I hire you to do some work for me” jobs. People like this are great because they often have a lot of experience in the area of their interests, they are very knowledgeable, and they usually have a lot of ideas of their own.
Consultants are another good example of the kind of person who should have their portfolio reviewed by a professional. It’s not that consultants don’t have good ideas, they just aren’t as good at presenting them as other people. I’ve had clients who did a good job of explaining their ideas, but I found that they were far less credible than a professional who seemed to have written the book on the subject.
The problem here is that consultants are often paid more for the work they do than the actual work itself. Like most things in life, consultants are in the business of giving more than they receive, and if they take the money, they might as well do what they do.
The bad thing about consultants is that they often appear to give less than they actually do, but this is like giving an extra quarter for a quarter. Consulting is more of a business than a job and it’s not as though consulting is inherently bad or even undesirable. People do it for a variety of reasons. The key is to find the right consultants for your project and you can’t go wrong with one.
For example, you might not have enough money to hire a consultant for your project, so you might want to consult an employer, but it can probably be better if you had to spend some of your time consulting as a result of your project.
But what if you don’t know what to consult about? How do you choose a consultant? For example, if you work on a project in which you don’t have enough money to hire a consultant, will you pick up the phone and find a friend who can? As it turns out, people do consult for a variety of reasons.
You could select a friend based on your own personal feelings for them, but it seems to be more common for people to call for help with problems that are in their own self-interest. It seems like a waste of time to hire a consultant just because you have the money to hire someone else for a project. Although if you have the money to hire someone else, then that person will have the power to help you in anyway they choose.
This is a question that frequently comes up in our interviews for our consulting group, but one we just couldn’t answer. For one, it’s not really a question we can answer. It’s one of those questions that requires a certain kind of person to ask, and the answer is probably one of the two or three things they do. I’m very sure that you can’t answer this for a consultant without the help of a consultant.