By Maria | June 16, 2011
9. Charge Them More!
Create an ideal client profile and pay attention to its outcome. If you’re not a hand-holder, create interview questions that will let you know that your clients can easily make their own decisions. Listen as the prospect answers. Most of us can catch “clients from hell” during the interview process (although we might not pay attention to our gut). If you want to work with the client anyway, raise your rates to accommodate the extra time it will take you to get this client’s project done.
Thanks to: Maria Marsala of Elevating Your Business
Read 104 other ways to deal with difficult customers at entreperneur Carol Roths’s website where she asked the question to her subscribers.
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