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Why I Walked Away From Three Possible Contracts In A Row

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As an accessibility and efficiency consultant, what I do differs from what some people think of when they hear the word “consultant”. I don’t just show up for a bunch of meetings, show some charts, spew glittering generalities, pat people on the back, tell them what they want to hear, and walk away without actually fixing anything. I know people who do that, that’s not me.




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Jason Knight

Jason Knight

Accessibility and Efficiency Consultant, Web Developer, Musician, and just general pain in the arse

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