to work with the client.Unlike Turner’s situation, however, it’s not always so easy to spot a toxic client right away. A business owner might sign a contract with a client before discovering they aren’t a good fit.
Or, they might have gone against their initial feeling, signed with a toxic client and later regretted it. Here are some signs that you may be dealing with a toxic client, as well as the right way.A client comes to you because they know you’re skilled in your field… right?
Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.Baruch Labunski, founder of Rank Secure, an SEO marketing company, knew from the moment that he started talking with a potential client that he “was one of those people who would never be happy with anything that was done,” he says. “It was in his tone and his attitude.”But since Labunski needed the money, he took the job anyway.Read more on success.com