Dealing With Difficult Clients

Unreasonable requests, unwarranted threats and many sleepless nights is not just the formula for a really bad migraine, but the mantra of difficult clients. Neither you or the Seattle Seahawks defense stand a chance against dealing with difficult clients- at least not until today.

See, after dealing with more difficult clients than I can count on both hands and feet, I not only realized a pattern amongst them, but a self destructing pattern amongst entrepreneurs.

See in our world, it’s easy to justify putting up with difficult clients, but as we learned a few weeks ago, we need to know when to fire them. If we don’t, they’ll not only drain our energy but our bottom line.

And when there’s no bottom line?

Say goodbye to shipping cars while sipping Martini’s beachside, with money happily dancing right into your account, and say hello to Mr. 9-5 himself.

I get it, you can probably come up with 21 solid reasons why you should keep those clients, starting with I need the money now at the top of the list, but if you want to stay in business stress free, we gotta let them go.

And that’s the number one tip to dealing with difficult clients-

Knowing when to say hit the road jack.

But this is after we’ve already started working with them. They’re in our face at that point and ultimately, we find ourselves playing a little defense.

But what if I told you that you could play offense?


What if I told you that not only are leprechauns real, which I’m sure you knew that already if you found a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, but that you can prevent yourself from having to find ways to dealing with difficult clients?

You’ll really feel like you’ve found that pot of gold right?

Well the only sure fire way to prevent yourself from dealing with difficult clients is to get clear on who your ideal client is or as I like to call it in the ReloAcademy course, your Free Agent Profile and start talking and engaging with them.

By attracting more of our ideal clients, we are deflecting the not so ideal ones.

It’s not rocket science. Trust me, I know because I’m good at this stuff but I suck at science.

All you have to do is figure out who you’re marketing to, speak in their language, and forget about everyone else. Naturally, your free agent profile candidates will start finding you and the others? Well I heard they disappear into oblivion- but that hasn’t been confirmed or denied as of yet.

Guess what?

It’s time to get your game face on:

In the comments below, I want you to share who your ideal free agent profile candidate would be {if you know it} and what you can do to attract more clients like them and less of the not so ideal clients.

As always, thanks for reading, liking and sharing.

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