Management Consulting / Business Consulting

Dr. Mark Dillof, Management Consultant

Contracting a team of management consultants can cost $500,000 or more. Yes, that’s a lot of money, especially considering that they usually fail to effectuate lasting positive changes in a company.

Part of the problem lies with the consultants. Typically, they are graduates of MBA programs, which tend to churn out uncreative, uninspired, overly–quantitative thinkers, with limited real-world experience..

Oddly enough, some of the most astute business thinkers have a strong background in the liberal arts. For example, two of the mutual fund managers of all time — Peter Lynch (Fidelity Magellan) and George Soros — studied philosophy in college. And Warren Buffet has been known to quote Pascal in his annual reports. This is not surprising. After all, Alexander the Great sought the advice of Aristotle. Throughout history, the rich and the powerful have often sought the counsel of philosophers.

This does not mean that studying philosophy will make you wealthy. Nor will hiring a philosopher necessarily be the answer to your prayers. That said, Dr. Mark Dillof — who has graduate degrees in philosophy and psychology — is not your average consultant.

Calling Dr. Dillof on the way to a lunch meeting

Not only is his thinking out of the box; his entire life is out of the box. In addition to being a management consultant, career consultant and executive coach, he has worked as a stockbroker, real estate appraiser, college professor, psychotherapist, professional magician, seminar presenter and writer. He offers a unique blend of deep insight, practical business solutions, coupled with real-world experience.

Dr. Dillof offers business, career, and management advice by phone and in person. From one of more conversations — coupled with e-mail correspondence — he can diagnose the problems that you or your company may be facing. The good news is that he charges only $120 an hour.

So, make hay while the sun shines and call him today for a free assessment! He will quickly determine whether or not he can be of help to you. The number is (502) 458-7171. Call today.

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