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Five Signs It's Time To Ditch Your Client

Managing a hellacious client means foregoing more rewarding work for someone else. Managing a hellacious client means foregoing more rewarding work for someone else. Whether you're a business owner, self-employed, or just like to pick up some freelance work on the side, chances are you've worked with great clients and not-so-great clients. There's nothing like connecting with motivated, inspired clients who are committed to your working relationship.
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