Join me August 5th in Denver: “Wish you could live the glamorous consulting life?”

By | July 29, 2014

My dear readers,

I’ve been asked by the Denver Area Access User Group to present on starting or improving your consulting practice: “Wish you could live the glamorous consulting life?” Here are the details, please register if you plan on attending!

DENVER AREA ACCESS USERS GROUP

Time:                    Tuesday, August 5th, 2014 at 6:30 PM Mountain

Place:                    Rox Bar and Grill 12684 W Indore Pl, LittletonCO

Note:                      Finger food and non-alcoholic beverages included 

Agenda:               6:30 PM – Questions and Answers

Speaker:              Juan Soto, Microsoft Access MVP, President IT Impact, Inc.

Topic:                   Wish you could live the glamorous consulting life?

Free Registration: http://www.meetup.com/DAAUG-meeting/events/197615832/

Consulting is a great career choice, from the increased pay, (sometimes less), to the flexible hours, (working nights and weekends), you will work with a wide range of customers, (if you can find them), that will lead you to wonder why you didn’t start earlier? (and walk away from a cushy job). Juan says that he would not trade his consulting career for any other choice; he loves the rewards and the freedom it provides him, but he has learned the hard way. In this session you will learn sales, marketing and management strategies to get your practice off the ground, sand traps to avoid along the way and a honest, down to earth assessment of the consulting life. An essential session for those thinking about this choice and/or those who are just starting out.  

Note: Even when an IT person has a permanent position, they are usually on a separate career track from non-IT personnel. This session will provide tips for all IT personnel.

You can see a preview at http://bit.ly/1bLUZAE

I look forward to seeing some of you there!

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About lpyne

I work with a great team of people at IT Impact Inc. My role is Sales Support. I have worked with databases for many years and I really love how technology is advancing, it gives me new things to learn! I am sure that these meetings with Access User Group will open doors to new levels.

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