CAPITAL VENTURE CEO/President
Originally published on the "Charity Channel" website
Your business plan is almost completed; you know what services you are offering, where you’re offering them, with what type of
organizations you want to work, now WHO is going to do the work?
One of the reasons many people get into consulting is because they are tired of dealing with office politics and enjoy working alone.
However, other people find that they need the team spirit of working with others and want to have someone off whom to bounce ideas.
So one of your first decisions is do you want to solo or be part of a team? If you like working independently, having low
overhead and not being responsible for others, perhaps the solo practitioner is the best option for you. However, this option does
not leave room for growth. You can only handle so many clients by yourself, and you cannot offer a full range of services unless
you are good at everything. (Few of us can make that claim!) Read more