Part of the benefit of running your own company is the ability to choose your clients. It’s part of having sovereignty over your business, a topic I will address in the future.
Once you’ve defined your target market, you must realize that not all customers are equal. Business should be fun and certain types of customers can turn your dreams of success into a recurring nightmare.
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