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    Business: Don’t Let Self Doubt Erode Your Confidence

    James Nagy - 293 Article rating: No rating

    Doubt is a natural part of the human experience. Truly, doubts are just your fears that manifest in order to protect you from loss. Unfortunately, if left unbridled, those self-doubts can erode your confidence in a way that makes you lose out on what you could have done and achieved. In any career, doubt creeps in. As a consultant, when you don’t have the next client signed up, you sincerely start to doubt yourself.
     

    Problem Solving: The Skill Every Consultant Should Have

    James Nagy - 3480 Article rating: No rating

    Consultants enter brand new situations every day. As a consultant, you may be coming into a company you’ve never dealt with before, you may be dealing with a specific problem or set of obstacles you haven’t encountered before, or you may be the fresh eyes and perspective that this client needs. Whatever the circumstances, you have to consider all options and opportunities for improvement and then dive in and decide how you’re going to approach and conquer that specific task.

    Give Your Brand a Social Facelift

    James Nagy - 2748 Article rating: 5.0

    Whether you're building a brand or maintaining a brand, you have to remember that it is multi-faceted.  It's like getting a job: you had a great interview, you scored the job, and now it's time to show up for your first day.  Are you going to roll out of bed and run in with the same clothes you had on the night before?  Or, are you going to put a little effort into your appearance?  Probably the latter.  Otherwise, it must have been a phone interview...  My point here is that appearance matters to your brand.  If you want customers to find you, you have to be accessible.  If you want customers to stick around after they've found you, you have to put a little effort into the appearance of your brand.  

    Software and Web Design: Put Yourself in Your Customer's Customer's Place

    James Nagy - 5526 Article rating: No rating

    Recently, we had a client come to us in trouble.  Long story short, this was a customer who had come to us previously asking us to build her a website.  We talked over what she wanted, drummed up a proposal, and sent it over to her.  Great, fine, totally on board.  However, then she started talking to another company who promised to do the same job for much cheaper.  She went with them, the site was designed and up and running, and she was not happy with it.  She came back to us needing help.

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