Only Work With Clients You Love!

I found myself thinking how much I love working with my current clients, and realised there are 5 great reasons why we should only work with clients we love! I explain in this short video. Comments welcome :-)

7 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Chris says:

    Good to see your face Ben after so many screencasts – although I miss the bulleted list!

    I’m sure you’re right about this. I raised this issue with a group of WP developers on Tuesday evening and they were very positive about the need to focus on clients.

    It’s not just about what clients do but also their attitude and commitment to the work. This last is a real headache in my work.

  2. Timothy says:

    Really loved this video (redundancy not intended:) ).

  3. Bill says:

    Ben, I can’t tell you how wonderful it’s been working with you. I should make my own video…
    “Only hire people you Love”. :c)

    In just 2 short months you have opened my eyes to a new way of promoting and marketing my business. Everything comes from the heart, from my purpose, from my WHY.

    I always knew how to do that in daily life but never understood how to apply those same principles to my business. You have helped to solidify those principles into an easy to follow yet comprehensive framework.

    In my short time with you my business has transformed from constantly treading water to one that is on solid ground and has unlimited growth potential, not only in the sense of income but in the number of people I can serve through what I do.

    So thanks again Ben. I look forward to a continued successful partnership.

    Cheers!

  4. Neil Davies says:

    Great video Ben and a wonderful way to look at and live a life. In today’s world so many people just get swept along with corporate and media led hype, they have no goals and very little direction. There’s a better way.

  5. shannon smith says:

    So true. I have found that working for clients that “get it” or you is the best way to go. Much less headaches and no need to fire a client because of differences.

  6. Marvin says:

    Truly said, you share a nice video with us.
    Thanks and keep posting.

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