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4 Ways To Set Boundaries With Your Clients

4 Ways To Set Boundaries With Your Clients

“Don’t get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life.”

That is one of my favourite quotes by the wonderful Dolly Parton. I love it because it’s so true for most solopreneurs. We can get so caught up in pleasing our clients that we start to blur the line between work and personal time and suddenly find ourselves working at 9pm on a friday night, or telling our husbands to take the kids out on Saturday because we’re too busy with work.

In this episode, I’m talking about 4 ways you can set boundaries with your clients so you never feel expected to put your work above your family or your free time again. You’ll also learn why setting boundaries is not strict, how to do it in a respectful and kind way, and how to make sure your clients stick to them!

Don't Fire Your Nightmare Web Design Client. Do This Instead.

Don't Fire Your Nightmare Web Design Client. Do This Instead.

Are you’re struggling to handle a difficult web or graphic design client right now?

Maybe you’re so frustrated you want to end the project. You want to fire your bad client.

Before you do, there’s something you need to know: the problem might be you, not your client.

In this video, i’ll explain why!