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Stand Your Ground: Setting Boundaries as a Seller


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Found this awesome reminder today, too:

[If a client tells you “I know people that charge less,” respond “I got clients that pay more.” Keep developing skills to the level that allows you to work with whoever you want to. Value your work and effort.]

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On 9/25/2020 at 6:32 AM, imagination7413 said:

If you don’t mind me throwing in my favorite visual aid to help support your argument:

(If you do mind, I’ll delete.)

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I am in Love with this SKIT!!

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Amazing advices!

 

Although working as a freelancer can be stressfull i intend to be a "good kind" of stress. Theres no place to free work on letting be harassed. Also following your gut is a great advice, when a offer does not sound right is better to let it pass even when you may miss the money, there are some headaches that are better to avoid.

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