Feb 25, 2019
Todays guest bringing his experience and skills onto the show is an author, entrepreneur and CEO of ConsultingSuccess.com. He has consulted for organizations and advised leaders throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East in over 30 industries, from service providers to billion dollar multinational corporations including Panasonic, Dow Jones, Financial Times, Royal Bank and many others. He is an in-demand speaker and gives keynotes and workshops for the Certified Management Consultants Association, Canadian Internet Marketing Conference, Chartered Management Institute UK and others. His work has appeared in MarketingProfs, Huffington Post, Financial Times, FOX Business, Maclean's, HR Executive, Business Edge, Marketing Magazine and in several other media and publications. He is the author of 5 books on consulting and marketing including his most recent bestseller The Elite Consulting Mind. And if that isn't enough he also learnt how to speak Japanese and loves traveling and spending time with his family. So is there a key to building a successful consulting business, which covers most type of businesses? How did he get the ball rolling? Knocking on doors and cold calling, or a simplified strategic approach? Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Michael Zipursky Show Highlights During the show we discussed such wide ranging subjects such as: Why so many of us ignore the power of "gut intuition" in our lives, and the improvements we can make by simply being more aware of our emotions. How you can define if you have actually added value to your client throughout the term of working for the, We talk about the need for a team of focused individuals dealing with specific tasks in your business. Don't get caught up with the day to day tasks if they're not bringing rewards into your bank account. And lastly............... Why the 80/20 principle to life and business is something to be learnt and developed. It can save you so much additional effort by focusing in on what brings the biggest rewards.