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Signs It Might be Time to Drop a Problem Client

When a freelance relationship becomes unbalanced and the client drains your energy, it’s time to move on

Photo by Austin Distel on Unsplash

I did the math recently. In 2021, I spent around 25 hours working for one of my clients. I spent probably half that much time (so another 12 hour) dealing with the underlying emotions of a relationship that was…

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Lindsey Danis

Lindsey Danis

Writer. Traveler. Queer. Passionate about self employment, LGBTQ finance and the writing life. Visit me at http://www.lindseydanis.com

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