You might be thinking, “I don’t choose my customers; they choose me.” Well, yes and no. Customers choose to spend their money with you – or not. However, you have the right to either not take on a customer or fire one. Why would you turn down money and do that? Because some customers are unreasonable, can never be pleased, or only care about cost and not quality. Taking on demanding customers will only cause you headaches. Also, the time you spend trying to please them could end up costing you more money in time than the money you receive as payment.






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Written by Julie Weishaar
51 days ago

Hi Martin, I look forward to seeing your forthcoming "last" site :)



Written by lyceum
49 days ago

Julie: Hi again! My "last" site will be on Tea Party dot Media. You could listen to my podcast, Tea Party Media:

https://tea-party-media.captivate.fm



Written by lyceum
51 days ago

Thanks Julie! :)



Written by lyceum
55 days ago

Julie: Nice to see you here again! I will link to your post on my forthcoming "last" site, informing the visitors how I choose my customers. :)

I have shared an experience of a not so pleasant potential customer, on podcast show called Fizzle. I will link to this episode on my site.

Best Premises,

Martin



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