Are people allowed to congratulate themselves? Well, whether they are or not I’m going to give myself a brief congratulations. Today is the 20th anniversary of my business. I filed for business license on June 22, 2001, and I’ve only ever look back once, or maybe twice. Being self employed is scary, and it’s certainly […]

One question that’s always out there for consultants and others who work for themselves, or even own small businesses, is how much should they charge for services. Truthfully, even seasoned consultants struggle with this question. Price point is a problem because all of us want to get work and close contracts, and we’re perpetually battling […]

My first article of the year is on the topic of health care revenue cycle and what consultants work on regarding those areas. In the past I touched upon 4 specific areas of revenue cycle and areas concerning revenue cycle. It might help some of you to go back and review those articles before reading […]

Sometimes the world of consulting is seen like the world of insurance salespeople, and that’s not meant to denigrate them. When someone asks you what you do for a living and you say “consultant”, they look at you like they believe your job is to go into businesses and tell them everything they already know. […]

There are a lot of jobs that have been eliminated that just aren’t coming back. Manufacturing in America is dwindling, and there’s not going to be a renaissance for that either. We can’t compete with the pay rates that countries such as India and China are willing to accept. That, and not having to deal […]

  • Subscribe To Mitch’s Blog

    Mitch's Blog RSS Feed
  • Recent Posts

  • Archives

  • Categories



  • Follow Me On Twitter;
    Click The Bird!
  • Buy Me A Coffee