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When it Makes Sense to Dictate Terms to Your Client 9/21

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When it Makes Sense to Dictate Terms to Your Client 9/21

Postby Writetrack » Mon Sep 21, 2009 9:04 am

Is there ever a time to dictate terms to your client? Will dictating terms result in an angry and offended client? When is it okay to set the rules regarding an assignment? These are the questions Glenn answers this week, using a personal example.

Here is a brief portion of this article:

"...knowing my interest in managing all aspects of customer requests you might find it difficult to believe that I actually turned down some work this morning."

Curious as to why Glenn turned down the work? Read on:
WHEN IT MAKES SENSE FOR YOU TO DICTATE TERMS TO YOUR CLIENT

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