Monthly Management Newsletter - April 1998

Every week or so, I get a call from a mental health professional who, unhappy with the current state of private practice, is thinking about changing his/her focus to become a "consultant." But becoming a "consultant" is not as easy as printing up business cards. While I love consulting - the intellectual challenge, the people, the sensation of playing a "real life chess game" with real world stakes - after ten years, I know it's not for everyone. Many highly talented people are unable to make the transition. That is why I am writing this article to assist you, if . . .
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