By Daryl Gerke
Webster defines a consultant as “an expert who is called on for professional or technical advice or opinions.” This traditional view encompasses such professionals as doctors, lawyers, accountants, engineers and architects. The definition can also include business specialties, such as marketing, public relations, human resources, advertising, finance, regulations, operations, and more. The focus here is on how to become a small, independent consultant. Thinking about consulting, but not sure where to start? Already consulting, but need some advice? Maybe this e-book can help.