Anthony Noe

Strategy Consultant & Personal Representative

As a strategy consultant, I have the flexibility to assume many different roles and provide a wide assortment of services to assist you. Research, analysis, testing, personal appearances to represent you at events and meetings, and of course, one-on-on consultations. 

In general, a strategy can be defined as a plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall goal. And while there are many, many factors that can shape a successful strategy, the first steps are: (1) conduct an assessment of current status, and; (2) identify a clearly defined objective.

A successful business strategy can empower a company to beat the competition and earn superior profits. An individual strategy may address any circumstance or event that is affecting your personal life. In either case, a confidential consultation is a great opportunity to get some non-binding input. In the end, a personal consultation or a narrow delegation of responsibilities may provide all the help you need to implement your strategy and accomplish your objectives.

For this and other reasons, I believe strategy consulting requires a more granular offering. In this way, I may assist clients with not only their macro-level challenges but also with the more frequent micro-level challenges they face. After all, small problems can create a foundation for larger ones.

This "no job is too small" approach to strategy consulting is at the core of my offering and allows me to provide individuals, entrepreneurs, startups and business owners with value and perspective - no matter what the scope of their challenge may be.

To be sure, I can't help everyone. Even so, I encourage you to schedule a free consultation so we can discuss your circumstances and learn more about how I may be able to help you.


Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat. ― Sun Tzu


No. I provide a free consultation (up to 30 minutes by phone) so we can discuss your project/situation to see if my assistance may add value to your position. If we agree that it would be useful to you, then we will discuss the scope of the work and estimate a time frame for completion. In any event, I will try to work with you in any way I can to address any financial concerns you may have.  Of course, your initial consultation is not only free, but confidential, so there's really nothing to lose.

I use the Rockford fee schedule of $200 per day plus expenses. I like it because it's simple and it provides for assignments of any duration.

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With twenty years of business experience and even more experience in problem-solving, I have learned a lot about what works and what doesn't. I have in-depth experience with branding, software, and the Internet, but also have had a great deal of success in negotiating terms in many varied personal, business and political circumstances.

An acceptable negotiated resolution is always better than a courtroom, and in that regard, I feel confident that I can help with pretty much anything you're facing.

In general, a strategy can be defined as a plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall goal. But to be more specific, I would say it is a plan for confronting situations and circumstances that demand an action or response from you.

It is formulating a plan that has a high probability of success. And to do that, there must first be a verification the facts upon which an objective is based, as well as a review of all the known circumstances of the individual situation. 

Once that has been completed, the findings need to be analyzed and there must be an assessment of motives, incentives, biases or previous precedents that may apply. And in contemplating those factors, there comes the anticipation of challenges and obstacles that may be encountered.

Then, with a full context of what you are dealing with, a plan is formed based on the path of least resistance or greatest leverage - whichever may be appropriate. 

In short, it's expensive. Today, even small town attorneys will charge between $100 and $200 per hour, while attorneys in cities charge in the $200 to $400 range. So even if you instinctively know you need an attorney, you are still much better off if you have a presentation of your case that is clear and concise and includes important documentation. 

The fact is, that work will occur whether it happens under your direct supervision, or as a delegated task to a paralegal being billed to you at $75 to $124 per hour. So having some serious help in organizing your case and selecting the right attorney can make a big difference - not only financially, but in your odds of success.

No, I am not an attorney.

However, I have been successful acting as a non-attorney appointed representative in two Social Security appeal hearings. Fees were set statutorily, but were waived.

In a more serious case, I handled the logistics and management - including the hiring of a legal team, hiring and managing of supplemental critical healthcare staff, and the management of complex financial transactions that were required as part of the legal strategy. That claim settled for $4M in just less than one year - and without even filing a complaint in court.

In that case, I also saved the client some $350,000 in legal fees by negotiating better terms than were initially offered by the selected attorneys. Because there were extreme hours and air travel involved, my fee in that case ended up being $80K with $14K in expenses.

Yes. There are no guarantees. I work hard and I do my best, but even a great strategy with flawless execution cannot dictate the future.

Anthony Noe

Strategy Consultant & Personal Representative

About Me

As a strategy consultant, I have the flexibility to assume many different roles and provide a wide assortment of services to assist you. Research, analysis, testing, personal appearances to represent you at events and meetings, and of course, one-on-on consultations. 

In general, a strategy can be defined as a plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall goal. And while there are many, many factors that can shape a successful strategy, the first steps are: (1) conduct an assessment of current status, and; (2) identify a clearly defined objective.

A successful business strategy can empower a company to beat the competition and earn superior profits. An individual strategy may address any circumstance or event that is affecting your personal life. In either case, a confidential consultation is a great opportunity to get some non-binding input. In the end, a personal consultation or a narrow delegation of responsibilities may provide all the help you need to implement your strategy and accomplish your objectives.

For this and other reasons, I believe strategy consulting requires a more granular offering. In this way, I may assist clients with not only their macro-level challenges but also with the more frequent micro-level challenges they face. After all, small problems can create a foundation for larger ones.

This "no job is too small" approach to strategy consulting is at the core of my offering and allows me to provide individuals, entrepreneurs, startups and business owners with value and perspective - no matter what the scope of their challenge may be.

To be sure, I can't help everyone. Even so, I encourage you to schedule a free consultation so we can discuss your circumstances and learn more about how I may be able to help you.


Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat. ― Sun Tzu

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Frequently Asked Questions


No. I provide a free consultation (up to 30 minutes by phone) so we can discuss your project/situation to see if my assistance may add value to your position. If we agree that it would be useful to you, then we will discuss the scope of the work and estimate a time frame for completion. In any event, I will try to work with you in any way I can to address any financial concerns you may have.  Of course, your initial consultation is not only free, but confidential, so there's really nothing to lose.

I use the Rockford fee schedule of $200 per day plus expenses. I like it because it's simple and it provides for assignments of any duration.

https://player.vimeo.com/video/256181373?autoplay=1&title=0&byline=0&portrait=0

With twenty years of business experience and even more experience in problem-solving, I have learned a lot about what works and what doesn't. I have in-depth experience with branding, software, and the Internet, but also have had a great deal of success in negotiating terms in many varied personal, business and political circumstances.

An acceptable negotiated resolution is always better than a courtroom, and in that regard, I feel confident that I can help with pretty much anything you're facing.

In general, a strategy can be defined as a plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall goal. But to be more specific, I would say it is a plan for confronting situations and circumstances that demand an action or response from you.

It is formulating a plan that has a high probability of success. And to do that, there must first be a verification the facts upon which an objective is based, as well as a review of all the known circumstances of the individual situation. 

Once that has been completed, the findings need to be analyzed and there must be an assessment of motives, incentives, biases or previous precedents that may apply. And in contemplating those factors, there comes the anticipation of challenges and obstacles that may be encountered.

Then, with a full context of what you are dealing with, a plan is formed based on the path of least resistance or greatest leverage - whichever may be appropriate. 

In short, it's expensive. Today, even small town attorneys will charge between $100 and $200 per hour, while attorneys in cities charge in the $200 to $400 range. So even if you instinctively know you need an attorney, you are still much better off if you have a presentation of your case that is clear and concise and includes important documentation. 

The fact is, that work will occur whether it happens under your direct supervision, or as a delegated task to a paralegal being billed to you at $75 to $124 per hour. So having some serious help in organizing your case and selecting the right attorney can make a big difference - not only financially, but in your odds of success.

No, I am not an attorney.

However, I have been successful acting as a non-attorney appointed representative in two Social Security appeal hearings. Fees were set statutorily, but were waived.

In a more serious case, I handled the logistics and management - including the hiring of a legal team, hiring and managing of supplemental critical healthcare staff, and the management of complex financial transactions that were required as part of the legal strategy. That claim settled for $4M in just less than one year - and without even filing a complaint in court.

In that case, I also saved the client some $350,000 in legal fees by negotiating better terms than were initially offered by the selected attorneys. Because there were extreme hours and air travel involved, my fee in that case ended up being $80K with $14K in expenses.

Yes. There are no guarantees. I work hard and I do my best, but even a great strategy with flawless execution cannot dictate the future.