A few weeks ago, I went out of town to visit a client. On my way to the airport I received a call from a friend who asked where I was going. I said, with a note of resignation in my voice, “Oh, I’m headed to Boise, Idaho. I have to consult with a client.”
When I hung up, it hit me. I just said that I have to consult; but really, I get to consult. How many people would gladly do this for free—or even pay for the opportunity? Yet I was getting paid to do it.
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