World New Alan Adopts Alien Baby

Besides expanding my alien family,

what might constitute News and be found on this page?

New York Times Best Seller’s List? A review that calls me the next Simon Sinek or David Sedaris? An interview with Oprah?

Probably not.

But when news happens, it will likely be in one of these catagories:


Publications News

Traveling the Consulting Road: Career wisdom for new consultants, candidates is now available in many places:

If you’d like an eBook It is available from your choice of eBook retailers here.

If you are a print reader you can purchase it from Amazon and Barnes & Noble here or

Direct from the publisher: Paperback here and Hardcover here. (US only for the moment).

If you are old school,  or live outside of the United States, Canada, Europe and the United Kingdom or Australia, and like print books, you can order it through your local bookstore, through Ingram Spark’s global distribution network.

Travelling the Consulting Road Available now

Pre-Zoom we used to talk about ‘airplane time’ – those precious hours new consultants spent sitting next to their Managers and Partners en route to client meetings. The book reminds me of those conversations with my mentors – part memoir, part guidebook and part manual.” Bob Frisch

“. His writing style is easy – However it is the content that matters and it is those first chapters, where he describes the experience of being a “newbie”, and shares his learnings. For me it made a real difference and helped me establish the right mindset. I’m only 6 weeks into the new consulting career but I know reading this book was helpful to settle me in.” SJAD

“For anyone at the crossroads of their consulting career, be it a newcomer or a seasoned professional looking to mentor others, Alan’s book is an invaluable guide. It teaches not just how to excel in consulting technically but how to do so with integrity, empathy, and a genuine commitment to bringing out the best in both clients and colleagues.” MM

 “The Consulting Road is different. In it, Alan Culler shares his 30+ years of experience as he navigated life as a consultant, on his own and with big firms. Although there is a lot of good content about types of consulting, how to find clients, and all of that, the real value of the book is as a memoir. Alan shares the good, the bad, the crazy, and the funny” Ron Ashkenas

“No fluff here. No hyperbole. No self-advertisements. No smart talk cliches. In that respect, we can think of this book as a kind of personal ethnography. Simply put, we need more books like this by reflective practionneers. The author leans toward process driven consulting and partnering closely with clients on projects. He is results focused. OB focused.” JM Ryan