Mac N’Daw, CEO and Chief Consulting Officer of Business Consulting Masters, LLC, talks frankly about the conflict of common sense in consulting.
Washington, DC – February 18, 2015 – Mac N’Daw, CEO and Chief Consulting Officer of Business Consulting Masters, LLC, recently published an article on his website (LINK) discussing the notion that common sense can be used to make your consulting business more money. The article, titled “Common Cents” talks to consultants about the common sense approach.
Mac N’Daw writes, “I am not saying consulting is easy. On the contrary, the illusion that it is easy makes it even harder. It also makes it necessary to have a solid foundation of business consulting experts you can lean on and rely on when you need advice, continuing education, and mentorship.”
Business Consulting Masters, LLC, teaches aspiring as well as established consultants how to get engagements on a consistent basis and how to add great value to clients.
The entire article can be found at http://www.businessconsultingmasters.com/common-cents-business-consulting/
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About Mac N’Daw:
Mac N’Daw is the CEO and Chief Consulting Officer of Business Consulting Masters, LLC, a company that teaches aspiring as well as established consultants how to get engagements on a consistent basis and how to add great value to clients.
Mac, also known as the “Business Consultant’s Consultant”, has more than 33 years of experience in transnational investments (debt and equity), corporate finance and restructuring, strategic analysis, syndication, and joint-ventures.
He has visited, conducted workshops, participated in seminars and delivered speeches and talks in 67 countries located in 4 continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America).
Mac speaks fluent French, English, Spanish, and has a working knowledge of Portuguese. His hobbies include soccer, American football, basketball, tennis, reading and salsa music.
Mac has been a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) since 1993, holds a B.S. in Finance and Multinational Enterprise from The Wharton School (1979), an M.B.A and an M.A. in Agricultural Economics from Stanford University (1986), and attended The Harvard Business School Executive Development Program (1998).