Business Psychology – The Passion of Serving Others

Take it from someone who has tried and failed in starting and operating a business only motivated by the possibility of profits… get out while you still haven’t lost your shirt. Let me set the context a little here. While in grad school for business, I was taught from a corporate perspective on how and […]

Consulting Business from the Inside – You Are Your Own Worst Enemy

As I write this post, I’m coming off of working a late night. I took on a part time job about three months ago to supplement the earnings from my consulting business. I love it, but it’s opened my eyes to some things that I became blind to over the years. One of the main […]

Consulting Business from the Inside – Freelancing for Business

Probably in 2010, I finally got serious about my consulting business. Up until this point, I had worked on several ‘freelancing’ projects to establish my work and brand within the local market. Back when I started in 2008, I didn’t know anything about freelance work. Honestly, this term did not come into vogue until around […]

Consulting Business From the Inside – Part Two

Now that we got the foundation set (see Consulting Business from the Inside – Part One), let’s fast forward to 2008… I got myself fired from the bank. Long story short, I thought I knew more than what I knew. I didn’t want to humble myself to new management and presto, I got fired. As […]

Consulting Business from the Inside – Part One

In 2004 when I began my MBA coursework at UTC, the chic business industry to be in was consulting. At the time, I was working at the bank as a commercial banking associate and I had no idea what being a consultant was. Even though I had no idea what being a consultant was, but […]