little story on why businesses do things and my small exchange on Facebook that really grinded my gears.
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I’m always asking myself why I am doing something. Whether it’s a podcast or even these videos, I always need to remind myself to just keep going. Stay committed and keep doing what you want because nothing happens over night. Put in the time and see the results.
Btw, i said ep 5 but it’s 6, my bad.Post Views: 157
Business is all about relationships. Some are great, some can be a little rocky, and some just don’t work out. It’s not you, it’s me, but it’s probably you :). The hard part, just like in any relationship, is when things just aren’t working out. Sometimes, you have to move on from a client. Maybe expectations weren’t being met, maybe they have a bad attitude, maybe they don’t appreciate or value the work you do. Whatever the reason is, this type of thing happens, and it happens often.
Don’t take anything in business personal, it’s just business, and sometimes it just doesn’t work out. The best marketers in the world are going to have people that “don’t agree”. It’s just a part of growth.
Take ownership, and if you don’t want to work with someone, or if things are looking a little sour, then move on. It’s your business, and you get to choose.Post Views: 159