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Here is a Creative Way to Gather Your Client’s Project Requirements.

A Journalist Technique Known as Immersion Reporting!

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It is fabulous feeling when you start working with a new client, but that feeling can quickly fade if a consultant is unable to gather the data and information they need to be successful.

Occasionally, traditional techniques such as interviews and observations do not…




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Laura Burford

Laura Burford

Helping consultants & freelancers clarify their Niche, Get Clients, and Grow their Business | Founder-Consulting JUMPSTART Blueprint program |

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