In freelancing or providing services you'll run into problem clients. Being able to spot them before they become a client will keep your profits and sanity intact.
Working with Clients
More episodes in this topic:
How can I spot a problem client before they are a client?
What should I do if the prospect won't tell me the budget?
How do you celebrate milestones with your clients?
How do I get my clients to value my work?
How do you maintain client expectations around services you provide?
How do you build a sales pipeline?
What do you use for your sales script?
How do you stay motivated on long-term projects?
How do you handle push back?
How do I keep a lead focused on the conversation and not get off topic?
How do I respond when a client says that I’m out of their budget?
Are you reviewing your projects?
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