Working with a difficult or exhausting client can make life miserable and put your company in danger. After working with hundreds of clients I’ve identified four red flags.
If I start working with a client who demonstrates any of these behaviors in our early interactions, I will graciously walk away before signing a construction contract. Just as important (if not more) than securing good clients who can help elevate your business is steering clear of those who will damage it.
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