Coming Soon: Traveling Trhe Consulting Road

Consulting Wisdom from Unusual Places

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Is Consulting Wisdom an Oxymoron?

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Hey Newbie, Listen up!

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So You Want to be a Consultant?

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Traveling the Consulting Road.

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Almost six years ago I retired from consulting after thirty-seven years and I hatched a plan. I would write -first on LinkedIn, then on other social media platforms. I would share what I had learned so far in my life and maybe I might save others from making the same boneheaded mistakes I made along the way.

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Then I put up this blog in three categories: Consulting, Leading and Living. Now Iu2019m going to publish my first book:

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Traveling the Consulting Road: Career wisdom for new consultants, candidates and their mentors.

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The book is about consulting for consultants and those investigating the field. It is what I wish I knew at each stage of my career: Newbie, Journeyman, Pro. And of course there are stories, but also some tools and methodologies I found useful in helping clients change their business.

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The book will be out in early January, but subscribers to Wisdom from Unusual Places, will get early access and at a discount.

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Consulting Wisdom from Unusual Places

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Is Consulting Wisdom an Oxymoron?

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Hey Newbie, Listen up!

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So You Want to be a Consultant?

n

Traveling the Consulting Road.

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Almost six years ago I retired from consulting after thirty-seven years and I hatched a plan. I would write -first on LinkedIn, then on other social media platforms. I would share what I had learned so far in my life and maybe I might save others from making the same boneheaded mistakes I made along the way.

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Then I put up this blog in three categories: Consulting, Leading and Living. Now Iu2019m going to publish my first book:

n

Traveling the Consulting Road: Career wisdom for new consultants, candidates and their mentors.

n

The book is about consulting for consultants and those investigating the field. It is what I wish I knew at each stage of my career: Newbie, Journeyman, Pro. And of course there are stories, but also some tools and methodologies I found useful in helping clients change their business.

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The book will be out in early January, but subscribers to Wisdom from Unusual Places, will get early access and at a discount.

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Watch this space!

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Consulting Wisdom from Unusual Places

Is Consulting Wisdom an Oxymoron?

Hey Newbie, Listen up!

So You Want to be a Consultant?

Traveling the Consulting Road.

Almost six years ago I retired from consulting after thirty-seven years and I hatched a plan. I would write -first on LinkedIn, then on other social media platforms. I would share what I had learned so far in my life and maybe I might save others from making the same boneheaded mistakes I made along the way.

Then I put up this blog in three categories: Consulting, Leading and Living. Now I’m going to publish my first book:

Traveling the Consulting Road: Career wisdom for new consultants, candidates and their mentors.

The book is about consulting for consultants and those investigating the field. It is what I wish I knew at each stage of my career: Newbie, Journeyman, Pro. And of course there are stories, but also some tools and methodologies I found useful in helping clients change their business.

The book will be out in early January, but subscribers to Wisdom from Unusual Places, will get early access and at a discount.

 Watch this space!

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Alan Cay Culler Writer of Stories and Songs

I'm a writer.

Writing is my fourth career -actor, celebrity speakers booking agent, change consultant - and now writer.
I write stories about my experiences and what I've learned- in consulting for consultants, about change for leaders, and just working, loving and living wisely.

To be clear, I'm more wiseacre than wise man, but I'm at the front end of the Baby Boom so I've had a lot of opportunity to make mistakes. I made more than my share and even learned from some of them, so now I write them down in hopes that someone else might not have to make the same mistakes.

I have also made a habit of talking with ordinary people who have on occasion shared extraordinary wisdom.

Much of what I write about has to do with business because I was a strategic change consultant for thirty-seven years. My bias is that business is about people - called customers, staff, suppliers, shareholders or the community, but all human beings with hopes, and dreams, thoughts and emotions.. They didn't teach me that at the London Business School, nor even at Columbia University's Principles of Organization Development. I learned that first in my theater undergraduate degree, while observing people in order to portray a character.

Now I'm writing these observations in stories, shared here for other Baby Boomers and those who want to read about us.

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