In the gig economy, almost everyone is a consultant.
What used to be something you did ‘in-between jobs’ has become a driving force in the 2019 economy and it’s a good thing.
Those with expertise are finally getting immediate access to those they can help, and those with problems are being sought out by the people who are the best people in the world at solving them.
This means more problems are being solved for more people, more efficiently and at higher prices.
This is capitalism at its best—and it’s not just a trend, but a sign of things to come.
But no matter which side of the fence you sit on, whether you make the foray yourself, or you’re pondering it, one thing can be clearly seen:
There are two types of consultants.
And they are not created equal.
They have a predictable flow of new business coming to them and because of this—they choose who they want to work with.