My dream client…
Wednesday, July 24, 2013/
My dream client… communicates openly and honestly with me.
My dream client… is clear on what they want without being rude.
My dream client… understands that at all times, I’m trying to do the best by all parties in the relationship and that even though I work for them (and am therefore trying to get the best outcome for them), I can’t act outside the law.
My dream client… understands that we’re all human (much as I try not to be) and approaches tricky situations with an open mind.
My dream client… wants to build a long lasting relationship based on mutual trust.
My dream client… lets me do my job.
And tonight, I’m beginning to realise that my dream client… might be the only ones I choose to work with in the future.
I’ll keep you updated on how that works out, but my thought is: If I work with only my dream clients, I might have…
My dream… stress levels.
My dream… company culture.
My dream… work-life balance.
My dream… team satisfaction.
Just a thought… Sweet dreams.
From broke at 19 to retired at 27, Kirsty Dunphey is an entrepreneur, mother and author, and lives by the motto Memento Vivere (remember to live).
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