Daniel: So we’re here today to talk about, “How do I come up with a price for client engagements? If I’m a consultant, an individual contractor, et et cetera.” And Steve, I believe you have a story to give us some guidance on that. Steve: Well a little while back I was looking for a […]
Daniel: So we’re here today to talk about how long does it take to get new clients, or if you have a couple of clients as an independent consultant, then how long to get more clients? And Steve, I think you have a story that’ll help us unpack this today. Steve: I do. I’m an […]
Daniel: So we’re here today to talk about the side hustle, and people talk about the side hustle but if you’ve never done it, how specifically does it work? And Steve, I believe you have a story to start us off. Steve: Yes. This is a story about a guy who went from working small […]
Daniel DiGriz: So we’re here today to talk about whether or not it’s unethical or at least ethically dubious to work on the side when you have an employer, especially if you don’t tell your employer. And Steve, I believe that you have a thing or two to say about that. Steve Pruneau: Since today’s […]
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Daniel DiGriz: We’re talking today about how to be a secret agent, and we don’t mean spying on foreign governments, but rather, how to side hustle when you’re in a traditional job. So, if you’re an independent consultant or you would like to be, how do you get work, how do you get consulting, professional […]
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Daniel DiGriz: We’re here talking about what we should put into a professional profile such as on LinkedIn or anywhere really we list our credentials as independent consultants, even a resume. Steve, I think you have a case study of something going on right now. Steve Pruneau: Well, I was on a project, my last […]
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Daniel DiGriz: So we’re here talking about whether or not selling is a specialized skill for sales people, or a core skill that every independent consultant needs to develop and learn. Of course, this comes on the heels of a couple of our other episodes and Steve, I think you have a thought or two […]
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Daniel DiGriz: We’re talking about why it’s so hard for independent consultants to find clients for themselves. Steve, I think that was a concern of yours early on. Steve Pruneau: Yeah, I was committed to leaving traditional employment before I actually knew how I was gonna get clients. Luckily my first engagement, my first contract […]
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Steve: The reason you and I have talked about this subject so much, or at least the reason I’ve introduced this or raised this with you, is because this is probably the biggest conundrum, the biggest problem I’ve wanted to crack through my entire professional life. I didn’t understand what the problem was for most of […]