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January 27, 2012


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I think we've all taken the wrong work, or the wrong client - hopefully the pain of those experiences help us to learn to say no the next time.

The one that I see folks falling for is the right client, the right time, but no enough money. This client is going to be referancable, or introduce us to lots of new work, so they take it at a steep discount. It's another form of draining us, but somehow more seductive.

Thanks for posting!


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