With over 30 years as a consultant and coach, I’ve had a blast working on a bunch of different projects for different companies of different sizes with different goals: From a solopreneur that wanted to grow and was too overwhelmed with behind-the-scenes tasks to a big honkin’ international company who couldn’t get their product out the door because the manuals weren’t done on time and everywhere in between.
One of the best things about being a consultant is being able to put all this
One of the best things about being a consultant? Being able to learn all sorts of ways to solve problems, improve both bottom line and eliminate the headaches of running a business, of any size!
I’ve worked on projects like
- automating Discovery Sessions so an overworked, overwhelmed coach and healer could focus on bringing value to the person who requested the session, reduce the time spent for each session by 50% and provide the right coaching program for the person to create the life they dreamed of
- teaching overwhelmed, budding authors with amazing messages how to get their book done 120 characters at a time instead of writing a tome that takes years to finish and leaves them ready to give up and go back to their J.O.B. in shame
- streamlining and automating the sales and proposal process for a $5 million company who has the vision of being a $20 million dollar company and can’t because their salespeople don’t have the right support systems to get information to their prospects fast enough to compete with other companies
- shaving 10s of thousands of dollars off the cost of delivering content in multiple ways so a Fortune 500 company could keep up with all the ways their clients want to receive content these days
- content out the door for a huge multi-national company that was drowning in the new ways to share content with clients in the way they want to get it
- creating content systems that helped a provider of banking software deliver just the right content to just the right people at just the right time… without increasing their staff or the amount of money they spend getting their content out the door