Being a consultant in the Pacific

By Ken Katafono

We are going through extraordinary times.

It hasn’t been lost on me that we’ve been fortunate during this time to continue to work and have a demand for our skills and experience.

So, I thought I’d share some of my journey so far in the consulting world in the hope that it may help someone else in the Pacific gather the courage to boldly pursue the same path.

There are really only two ways to get into consulting in the Pacific:

You find an opportunity, take it, and learn as you go.

You get introduced into it as part of a . . .

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