How to stop getting clients and work that you hate

Have you ever hit that sweet spot where the work is flowing non-stop, but then you realize you hate the actual work? 🤦🏽‍♀️

Or, maybe you find yourself dealing with client after client after client that you just don’t like.

It’s time to stop getting clients that you resent and work that you hate.

It is completely normal to have expectations and to be frustrated, but your job is to not stew in the frustrations. Instead, take some time to reflect on what is frustrating you and why.

Even as an entrepreneur or professional, you can be creative – and that can make it especially tough to have these expectations since so much of our identities can be tied up in our services.

Trust me, I’ve been there.

But when I discovered the secret to managing my expectations and my client’s expectations, my stress level was virtually gone. Yes, GONE PECAN!

I was able to start moving forward in my life and my business, despite what was going on with the client or with my coworkers or my colleagues or opposing counsel or whomever.

And I was able to grow and evolve and scale in a way that I was not able to do before. 

So think about how you want to handle yourself – do you want to stop getting clients that you don’t like and stop getting work that you don’t like? What does that look like for you?

To hear more tips and get the full scoop on how to stop getting clients and work that you hate, scroll back up and hit PLAY!

Extra Credit

As you go about your day, think about these questions:

  1. When was the last time you wanted to say “no” to someone and didn’t?  Explain why you didn’t say “no.”
  2. When was the last time you said “no” to someone and felt badly about it? Explain why you felt badly about it.
  3. When was the last time you said “yes” to someone and wished that you had not? Why did you say “yes” when you really wanted to say “no”?  
  4. When was the last time you said “yes” to someone and were so glad that you did, that you were just happy to do it? 
  5. Now, look at your responses to each of those questions and then you’re going to see it clear as day – the patterns. What’s similar? Is it a communication issue? A relationship issue?

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