Instead of copying any old rubbish, why not write a consultant appointment that you and your client can really understand?

Your guide to writing a consultant appointment that:

  • explains how your services will meet your client’s needs
  • gets clients to say ‘yes’ quicker.

In just a few pages, you’ll learn the core and client-centred content your appointment needs as well as how to effectively limit your liability. You can safeguard your consultancy practice without annoying your clients.

This book has the content you need to adapt for each client, each project, and each set of services. You may also want:

Checklists

Do you want to check that you have understood the book's tips? Download our Sense Checklist on our free resources page.

Sample appointments

If you want to see how to put the tips from the book into practice, download our sample appointments, based on fictional projects: a (fairy dust) process plant and house (or castle) extension.

“This book is easy and compelling reading. The contents provides so much guidance for the consultant. I will be recommending this to our peers and clients. The checklist at the end makes the whole process simple. The little anecdotes and case studies brings the subject to life”
Bill Evans, Managing Director, d2e International VT Consultants

Sarah Fox is a construction lawyer with 25 years’ experience

She’s read hundreds of contracts, letters of intent and T&Cs

She works with anyone who wants more (understanding) from less (contracts)

She loves creating simple contracts to help you do business
That’s why she founded 500 Words

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