When to Avoid a New Consulting Gig

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Lining up a new client whose business you find intellectually engaging, interesting and enjoyable is a great thing — especially when you’re effective, and making a discernible, demonstrative, positive impact on day to day operations.

In effect, you’re getting paid to have fun. You can’t beat that.

But simply accepting an offer in a vacuum is a bad policy, and short-sighted…

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Gordon Hensley DC

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health/economic communications+content; fmr gop campaign consultant/speechwriter; live music enthusiast; insta: gordonhensleydc

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