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Walk Away

By Joseph Philip

October 15, 2021


Losing a client can be one of the most painful things when it comes to business.

When the client is a high paying one, the pain eats deeper.

There are times however when you need to walk away from clients no matter how much they pay you.

Yesterday, I was reading on Twitter about how a client paid an online marketer $500 and began to harass him about the job within 24 hours.

He even threatened to ask for a refund if the job was not done on time.

This online marketer (who shared the story) reminded this client of how he had initially told him the job stages of execution.

When the harassment became too much, he refunded the client and bade him good bye.

He simply walked away.

You also can walk away from clients like that.

I know what you are thinking.

You are thinking that “If I walk away from a client from hell like that, where am I going to get another one?”

That's it.

Right?

You're wrong.

One of the major things I am learning everyday is to have an abundant mindset. Without this mindset, you will find it hard to succeed in life.

If you walk away from a troublesome client, you will get a better client who will not trouble you.

Why?

The universe is filled with whatever it is you want and demand.

If you don't make room for quality clients, you will never get them.

You don't have to put up with goofy and abusive customers who think, just because they paid you, they can treat you like a trained monkey.

No, you don't.

Simply, walk away.

Refuse to do business with them.

And guess what?

Once you do that, you'll have peace of mind and greater focus to attract quality clients.

A word of warning though.

You must be good at what you say you do and also do what you say.

With that settled, you can decide whoever you want to work with.

Got that?

Case settled.

PS: If you want to know how to attract the right kind of clients which results in growth for your business, simply reply in the comment with GROWTH and I'll send you a link to book a free 30 minutes consulting session with me.

Joseph Philip

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