EP 002 | Handling Difficult Clients Like a 90’s Action Hero with Dr. Ganz Ferrance
March 28, 2017
About this Episode
Want to handle difficult clients and challenging situations with total authority? Well then, channel your inner 90’s action star (think Steven Segal)! Using a simple and effective technique, you can diffuse any challenging situation and turn an uncomfortable exchange into an affirming and positive step forward in your relationship. The bonus: this technique works with friends and family too.
In this episode we learn:
– how to diffuse a bad situation that is escalating.
– stress-reducing strategies that will keep you in top-shape for the challenging work you do.
– why hiring a coaching and/or psychologist is a sign of strength.
– 5 reasons you absolutely should charge more money.
5 Reasons you Should (really!) Raise your Rates
- Own your expertise.
- The right fee builds a better design business.
- When you feel better, you perform better. (Higher fees feel good!)
- You owe it to your family.
- People will treat you in the way you’ve asked to be treated.
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