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Troubleshooting Your Clients

How do you decide whether a prospective client is someone you'd like to work with? And how can you make that decision in as little time as possible, to avoid the time-wasting back-and-forth of negotiation? Once you are in the middle of a project that isn't going well, how do you cut your losses and move on? Bring your case studies and harness the power of collective experience to solve your tricky client issues.

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  • Paige

    Unfortunately, I can't make it tonight, but I am looking forward to seeing everyone next month.

    April 3, 2014

  • Pam S.

    I don't see a place where I can change my RSVP, but I won't be able to make it tonight. An author whose ms was due on Monday wants it on Friday so he can work on it over the weekend. But I don't think he qualifies as a difficult client.

    April 3, 2014

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