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3 Ways to Break Up With a Bad Client
By Mark Mathis, VP of Sales for
Have you ever worked with a client you wished you could cut ties with? Maybe they never showed up for appointments or constantly delayed when you needed paperwork. While it can be incredibly frustrating to work with someone who makes your job more challenging, sometimes the answer is to just cut ties. Firing a client is never easy, but at times, it's necessary. If your client is causing you to waste money or creating an unreasonable working situation, it's better to terminate the relationship and move on. Here are three tips for breaking up with a client and avoiding as much drama as possible. 1. Review Your Contract. Before making any other moves, it's crucial to verify whether you're able to end ...
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The Importance of Customer Centricity
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