Are you a servant or a service provider?

This guy is certainly not a service provider.

Take stock of your clients

  • Do they treat you with respect and an expert in your field?
  • Do they haggle your fees down to save as much money as they can?
  • Do they delay writing text or providing images, assuming we’re meant to do it for them?
  • Are they looking after our best interests by referring us, thereby treating us as an expert worth sharing with their network?
  • Have they paid us on time
  • Are they expecting freebies a lot?

How can we transform our clients image of us from servant to service provider?

Nurturing existing clients can help us avoid relationship hell

A real-life experience of mine

I build WordPress websites for agency owners, freeing up their time. I work exclusively on WordPress, designing and building websites with Elementor.

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I build WordPress websites for agency owners, freeing up their time. I work exclusively on WordPress, designing and building websites with Elementor.

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