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Foot in the Door

Started by Leonard Knight. Last reply by Michael Erwin Nov 28, 2011. 2 Replies

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Comment by Ken Morrow on February 11, 2012 at 2:42pm

In many years as a practicing attorney, I set up, represented, and advised many business entities and various types of businesses. Often the advice proved to be of a practical nature as opposed to "legal advice." That work together with many years of work in network marketing provided a wonderful variety of experiences to be shared. Always willing to share and explore new opportunities. 

Comment by Leonard Knight on January 12, 2010 at 7:57pm
I'm meeting with an independent sales rep this Friday morning to discuss contracting him to call on local industrial clients for me. Anyone interested in joining us for this discussion? I'm planning to share this resource with others at EOK who would want to call on these same clients.

Just let me know if you want to attend. We'll be meeting in my office in Sequoyah Hills...1204 Kenesaw, Suite AB, 37919.

Call if you get lost 865-484-6481
Comment by Scot T. Chrisman, M.D. on May 4, 2009 at 11:12pm
Sure! I do a number of "retainer" consultancies -- from package pricing to shares in the resulting business... Whatever is good for both parties.

I do "contingent" free consults -- that is, that at the end of the hour the consultee agrees to say YES, or NO to hiring me/us... I prefer working with people who can make DECISIONS!

-- DrScot
scot.chrisman(at)the "G" mail dot com
Comment by Leonard Knight on May 4, 2009 at 2:33pm
Anyone working on Retainer for anyone? I have a client asking me to setup a Retainer for them to get preferential treatment but I haven't done this before. Any suggestions? Or comments?
Comment by Mac Bartine on November 2, 2008 at 10:56pm
I own, and have a M.S. in Industrial Organizational Management & Development from UT. I consult on SEO, web business development, corporate communication, and viral marketing.
Comment by Pat Collins on September 8, 2008 at 11:45am
I would like to begin offering my one-on-one pharmacist consulting services to businesses that offer insurance coverage to their employees and are interested in the proactive approach to healthcare rather than the reactive approach. My goal is to help the patient to be more in control of their own healthcare issues, to increase their quality of life, to lessen or stop the use of unneccessary medications, to check for reactions that are not expected, but can occur. With motivated patients, I can usually decrease what they pay out of pocket and decrease overall healthcare expenses for the employer. What is the best way to approach businesses ?
Comment by Leonard Knight on August 20, 2008 at 1:08pm
My name has been given to a London based company to represent them in negotiations with a new vendor here in the states. The company I'll be representing doesn't want to be taken advantage of and needs someone here to protect their interests. I usually charge an hourly rate to consult to a company but have never been in this situation. Anyone have experience here? Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Comment by Scot T. Chrisman, M.D. on August 16, 2008 at 9:09pm
Bio: "Recovering" M.D./Psychiatrist! Personal Coach. Small Business Coach. Unique Selling Proposition? -- Guaranteed Results Consulting. Guaranteed. Fast. Looking to develop a TEAM to provide ANYTHING that a small business client might need to prevail in the current economy. -- DrScot

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