And one that can change your view of “bad” clients. Many will tell you to put deadlines in the contract so you can use it as leverage against a “bad” client. A contract should be a tool for clear communication, not one to bludgeon “bad” clients with. Eliminating “bad” clients should be a goal of every small business owner. Because whether you’re conscious of it or not, “bad” clients are your fault.
Source: Forbes December 07, 2017 15:11 UTC