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What to do?

 
#1 What to do?
06/10/2008 16:17

James

With the current turmoil in the markets. What should we consultants do?

1. Stay where we are

2. Move to another consulting practise

3. Get out into industry

4. Go back to school

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#2 RE: What to do?
06/10/2008 17:02

Cynic to James (#1)

1. Retrain as a teacher.

2. Earn £45K/year (I shyte ye not).

3. Go home at 3.30pm every day.

4. Enjoy several months of holiday time every year and a final salary pension scheme.

5. Complain to all your friends about how hard you work.

Or alternatively:

1. Get another MBA

2. Get a PhD too and a few more degrees

3. Bust your a$$ to get into MBBB

4. Earn £40K/year

5. Work 80 hours a week and get 4 weeks of holiday every year.

6. Never sleep in your own bed.

7. Bend over and take it from the Partners.

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#3 RE: What to do?
06/10/2008 18:10

Abc to James (#1)

Best way to create value is to start your own company (not necessarily consulting). You're the boss, you make the decisions, you take the rewards but of course you also take all the risks.

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#4 RE: What to do?
06/10/2008 18:51

Bob to Abc (#3)

That's very good advice. It is certainly a really good time to be approaching our well performing retail banks for some cheap credit for a business start up, just when the economy looks like it will be expanding rapidly.

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