Performance Therapy — professional development

Maximising your productivity by weeding out problem clients

Posted by Stuart Hinds on

Maximising your productivity by weeding out problem clients

How much time do you spend on problem clients? No, this isn't about clients with a wry neck that just won't respond to treatment or your cyclist client who maybe over-shares just a bit too much.  We all have problem clients. They're the ones who you have to constantly chase for unpaid invoices, the ones who constantly question every professional decision, the ones who show up late and don't respect your time. And we suppress a sigh, grit our teeth, and get on with the job the best we can.  But here's the thing about troublesome clients: they're a time sink....

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