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See my consulting arrangements below.
FREE 20-minute consultation
This is a free opportunity to get a little acquainted. No sales pitch involved.
Does David consult with practice owners and managers? Yes!!
Since I opened this site, readers ask about consulting on practice-related issues. In fact, I have consulted with practice owners for more than 10 years locally and now across the country. In all those conversations I see how much it helps the owner/manager with the loneliness and isolation of being the decision-maker. It really helps to have someone in your corner who has lived in that role for nearly 40 years.
Now that I am retired from running my practice and teaching in graduate programs (click here for more on my background) I have even more flexibility than ever. Give it a try.
So how do I start?
Usually, practice owners or managers begin by emailing me. We then set up a free call.
This gives both of us a chance to see if we fit well. If so, then we set up another time to begin the consultations.
One-on-one phone consultation for $150 per hour
Owners and managers use this option in 2 ways:
- Some want an “as needed” sort of arrangement
- Some want to have a regular schedule of appointments
Either way is fine by me. We can sort it out as we go along. I charge the same hourly fees either way.
Business Plan Review without financial analysis for $450
Here’s a chance to have one’s Start-up or Business Plan reviewed by an expert. This is especially useful both in the early and late stages of planning.
This option is for practices with a track record of a few years who may find themselves in some difficulty. Financial data often provides useful insights into getting back on track.
All these interactions are totally confidential, of course.