Ready to master your craft?
Every week, I interview guests or talk about a particular topic key to being a successful consultant.
You'll hear from:
Other consultants who cracked the code of success and want to share what they learned with you
Clients who spill the beans about what makes some consultants rise to the top of their hire list
Experts who can help you master the art and science of critical consulting skills, such as behavior change, change management, and effective communication
This is your chance to hear from people who know how to get you where you want to go and can help you elevate your craft!
Episode 197: Wowing Your Clients with Concept Illustrations—with Jade Miller
On this episode, we're going to talk about what visual summaries are and the many ways you can use them to amp up your client and business communications.
Episode 196: How to Make Decisions About Your Consulting Business—with Julie Ballard
In this Craft of Consulting Podcast episode, I Interview Julie Ballard, a consultant who has gotten excellent results for her clients and business by making extraordinarily thoughtful decisions. In this podcast, she walks through some of the considerations and decisions she had to make as she was launching her consulting business and continues to build it.
Episode 195: The Realities and Direction of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Consulting—with Dr. Amie "Breeze" Harper
In this Craft of Consulting Podcast, she shares how she approaches her transformative Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice consulting work and creative work as an Afrofuturistic novelist.
Episode 194: Validating and Selling a Product for Your Consulting Business—with Suzy Haber Wakefield
In this Craft of Consulting podcast episode, I bring Suzy Haber Wakefield back for our second coaching session on developing a product. In this episode, we walk through how to validate and sell a product.
Episode 193: Developing a Product for Your Consulting Business—with Suzy Haber Wakefield
In this Craft of Consulting Podcast episode, I coach fashion consultant Suzy Haber Wakefield through the decision-making process for developing her first product. This first-ever coaching episode is part one or a two-part episode. In this episode, we walk through what the product could be. (Part two is how to validate it and sell it!)
Episode 192: Getting Consulting Business in the New Year—with Deb Zahn
In this Craft of Consulting Podcast episode, I share those steps, so you can get signed contracts lined up quickly when the new year starts.
Episode 191: Minding Your Money and Money Mindset—with Danielle Hayden
In this Craft of Consulting Podcast episode, I Interview Danielle Hayden of Kickstart Accounting, Inc. She walks through how to stay on top of your consulting business finances, so you know that you are truly building the business you want to have.
Episode 190: Helping Companies Achieve Sustainability Goals—with Eloisa Marquez-Gonzalez
In this Craft of Consulting podcast episode, I interview Eloisa Marquez-Gonzalez, a sustainability consultant for producers of sporting and outdoor gear. She shares how she helps companies develop and execute their sustainability plans by helping them bridge their people, processes, and technology.
Episode 189: Adding Paid Public Speaking to Your Consulting Revenue Mix—with Grant Baldwin
In this Craft of Consulting podcast episode, I interview Grant Baldwin who helps consultants and others get paid speaking engagements.
Episode 188: Hiring Virtual Assistants to Get More Freedom and Flexibility—with Kristy Yoder
In this Craft of Consulting podcast episode, I interview Kristy Yoder, CEO of Smart VAs. She shares how a virtual assistant can propel your consulting business forward faster. She also digs into how to hire a virtual assistant and work with one to make sure it does truly free you up and helps your business.