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Dear Clients From Hell: Thank You

You can learn a lot from troublesome, demanding clients

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AsAs a freelance designer, design contractor, or design business owner, it’s inevitable that you will encounter at least one difficult client during the span of your career. These are the clients who are seemingly demanding, disrespectful, unappreciative, unrealistic, deceitful, incompetent, cheap, condescending…

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Shannel Wheeler

Shannel Wheeler

Creative professional, designer, author, instructor. 💜 chocolate, laughter, and football. Teaching and inspiring by design. http://bit.ly/2KgoS5a

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