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Part I: Foundation. Chapter 1: Making the Break. Chapter 2: MCSE Consulting Business Plan. Chapter 3: MCSE Consulting Fundamentals. Part II: Finder. Chapter 4: Growing the Business. Chapter 5: Finding Opportunities. Chapter 6: Promotion, Marketing, Advertising. Chapter 7: Scoping -- Developing Winning MCSE Consulting Proposals. Chapter 8: Customer Service -- Referrals and Additional Work. Part III: Minder. Chapter 9: Managing the Engagement. Chapter 10: Managing the Client Relationship. Chapter 11: Managing Staff. Chapter 12: Making Money -- MCSE Style. Chapter 13: Running the Business -- Workload, Paperwork, and Administration. Chapter 14: Leaving -- Retirement and Exit Strategies. Part IV: Grinder. Chapter 15: Doing the Work - Methodologies. Chapter 16: Enterprise-level Consulting. Chapter 17: Front Office Consulting. Chapter 18: BackOffice Consulting. Chapter 19: Windows 2000 Consulting. Chapter 20: Microsoft Exchange Server Consulting. Chapter 21: DBA -- Microsoft SQL Server Consulting. Chapter 22: Developer -- Microsoft Visual Studio Consulting. Chapter 23: Dot-com Consulting. Chapter 24: Small Business Server Consulting. Chapter 25: General Technology Advising and Consulting. Chapter 26: Training While Consulting. Chapter 27: Strategies For Staying Current. Chapter 28: Strategies For Being a Successful MCSE Consultant. Appendix A: Windows 2000 MCSE Track. Appendix B: Federal, State, and Local Legalities. Appendix C: Sample Technology Proposals. Appendix D: MCSE Consulting Working Papers. Appendix E: MCP Magazine Salary Survey. Appendix F: MCSE Consulting Toolkit. Index.