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You're fired!

I'm all about firing nuisance clients lately. I've been putting a lot of thought into the kind of writer's life I'd like to have, and it does NOT involve being at the beck and call of people who can't pay my whole rate, are assholes, don't challenge me, or behave shadily. I'm of the firm belief that firing a problem client opens up space in your life for something better...at least that's how it's worked for me thus far.

Anyway, today's blog post on The Renegade Writer Blog speaks to exactly those issues. Enjoy!

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queen_elvis
Sep. 19th, 2007 08:36 pm (UTC)
This is timely for me too! I turned down a job I thought was shady and unprofessional, and although I didn't exactly fire the client in question, I think it might have been the end. Here's hoping that the gap is filled with more opportunities.
_epiphany_girl_
Sep. 20th, 2007 07:57 pm (UTC)
That's awesome! Congratulations.

I'm of the same mind. I turned down several assignments recently from a client who pays little and suddenly wants a lot more work for the money. No than you. I do believe it opens space for better paying clients.
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