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'Me' time is so last decade...so pre-smart phone.  Now, don't get me wrong, I love my smart phone.  On those rare occasions when I am indavertently out and about without it, I'm just sure I am going to miss out on somethink wonderful or horrible because of my carelessness.  And, to think, just a handful of years ago we were walking around without fully connected, globally-positioned, social media-connected computers in our pockets that could instantly tell us what great savings are available at the store across the street from the deli where we're having lunch.  Drop the pastrami...there are deals to be consummated!  It's a mystery that we functioned at all!

On the work front, do you remember those primitive days when evenings and weekends were available for 'me' time?  When we weren't expected to be checking work emails every few minutes or whenever the chime rings on our company-provided iPhone, day or night, seven days a week?  Mind-numbingly boring global conference call at 10:00 PM or 5:00 AM?  Doesn't get any more fun than that.  And, how quaint that people would actually think they could go on vacation, guilt-free, to re-charge their batteries and spend quality time with those strangers who live in our home and share our last name.

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Organizations large and small are frequently faced with problems they lack the resources or expertise to effectively address. When considering whether to engage a consultant to support an organization following are some of the reasons it will make sense.

Five reasons why working with a consultant makes sense:

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Organizations are often faced with challenges they are struggling to overcome due to the lack of resources or expertise. Management may be inclined to bring in a consultant to help overcome these challenges. But, under what circumstances might that be a bad idea?

When considering whether to engage a consultant, following are five reasons it might not make sense:

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