Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Free Advice From Pros

One of the most valuable tools in the business world is getting advice from people that are already where you are trying to go. You could go out and hire, or just flat out pay for it, but getting it for free is so much sweeter. This doesn't mean spying over walls with binoculars, or breaking into corporate computer systems. It is much less illegal than that :).

If all it costs him are some body bruises, facial nicks and the occasional fat lip, Matt Whitteker says he's happy to absorb the punishment his executive sparring partners dish out, as long as they keep feeding him valuable -- and free -- consulting advice once they step out of the ring. 4 Rules To Free Advice