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A person would be hard pressed to find a business owner who doesnÂt want more sales and is actively seeking cost effective ways to better serve their customers. Gain a reputation as one who can help them accomplish this and abracadabra, youÂve become a business consultant. As an added bonus, journalists who are incessantly searching for a good story will provide you, the business consultant, with promotion, putting you under the proverbial money tree.
ÂLots of todayÂs business consultants are people who channeled their anger, disappointment and disgust into a well written business proposal (commercial constructive criticism),Â says Bob Miller owner of bobmillerwrites.com, an eclectic online publication that is updated each week.
Miller went on to say, ÂDonÂt take my word for it. Ask Kim T. Gordon, one of the country's foremost experts on entrepreneurial success. A multifaceted marketing expert, speaker, author and media spokesperson, over the past 26 years, she's helped millions of small-business owners increase their success. In 1991, her firm pioneered nationwide marketing coaching by telephone, and Kim continues to be a leader in coaching entrepreneurs.Â Source: Entrepreneur.com
Expressing your dissatisfaction with a product or service in writing has other pluses as well. One, it just might extend your life since far more people have been shot for what they said than what they wrote. Two, it puts you in an all-together different class of people.
ÂThe block of granite, which was an obstacle in the path of the weak, becomes a stepping stone in the path of the strong.Â -Thomas Carlyle