Originally published on LinkedIn.
Almost all everyone who’s ever dealt with clients has had the opportunity to forge amazing relationships, create partnerships and learn a lot from every single client they’ve had. The constant feedback, the back and forth conversations that finally yield the best result possible are always inspiring and call for not only business growth, but also personal growth.
Then there are those clients that teach us so much just by being constantly and completely difficult, by always focusing on what’s not working and rarely offering something that supports a resolution. We all recognize them by a particular sentence they use consistently “I don’t like it.” The statement usually comes with no additional information. There’s no “I don’t like it because…[insert reason].” While we all wish our clients would be masters at giving feedback and could tell us exactly what they don’t like so we can immediately…
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