I just did a guest post on my friend Ramit Sethi’s blog, I Will Teach You to be Rich, on the subject of consulting as a career path. His audience is college students and recent college grads so I focused the article on those less experienced in the workforce, but hopefully there are some nuggets for people of all ages. Check out Considering a career in consulting? Avoid these 5 stupid mistakes.
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Sometimes there is something wonderful about being a little green and naive when starting a project. In 2006 I selfpublished How To Negotiate Like A Pro through iUniverse based on my union experience. At the time I did not realize how many hundreds of thousands of books are published each year and that most sell under a thousand copies. However, I presevered and had a lot of fun with it and won six book awards. Then I wrote my second book, How To Mediate Like A Pro. My expectations were a lot different (and lower, I guess) for my second book, but nothing matched that ecstatic feeling of accomplishment in publishing that first book. What I am trying to say is that sometimes being a little naive and new to something can be a good thing.
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