How do you become an owner or top-level principal at your planning firm?
I am sure billings has something to do with it. And also the number of employees you supervise and the level of their billable time. Your contacts and ability to score projects on a consistent basis probably is a large component, too. But what is the most important? If you were the owner of your planning firm and wanted to promote someone, and had two candidates with almost the exact same track record, which factor would sway you to choose a particular candidate?