Meet the Steve Jobs of the i love my clients Industry
I love my clients, and I love the work that I do for my clients. I’m not saying that I am easy to work with, or that I am always willing to do what I say I’d do, but I am not easily intimidated. I am not someone who has a problem saying no to a client, or getting paid by the hour or whatever it may be.
I am just one of those people who likes to talk to clients when they are in my office. I like to talk to them about money, about how they are doing in their businesses, and any other business stuff that might come up. I don’t have a problem telling my clients what I think they need to do to accomplish a particular goal, or telling them I don’t think they can do something in the way they want to do it.
A lot of people are afraid of giving the client what they want or asking for a specific outcome. Maybe it is because they are afraid of letting the client down, or losing their job, or anything else. If they have a plan and are willing to work with you, they will usually be able to get what they want from you. The problem is when you are the one telling the client what to do, and you think you are the only one who can do it.
A lot of clients don’t want to give themselves the responsibility for what they want to do. So many clients don’t want to do their own thing. But if you are the client and you want to do your own thing, then you might want to ask them some questions about how they are doing it, what they are doing with the time they are spending with you, and what they can find out about you.
In the case of a new client, you can ask about where they are spending their time. You can ask how they are doing the things they are doing, and you can ask about their goals and how they are meeting them. You can ask if they are using tools, making notes, using apps, and so on, and just about anything that would give you more insight into what they are doing.
We’re not sure if it’s a really good thing to ask clients what they are doing with their time, or if it’s a really bad thing to ask them, but these are a couple of the more common ways people ask us about our clients.
First, we always ask if clients are using any tools or apps that you don’t have access to. People who are using tools or apps that you don’t have access to are probably using them to work, and we also ask if they are using some other tools that you do have access to. Many clients, especially our older clients, use Microsoft Office as their primary tool, and we ask them if they have used it, and if not, what they are using.
We also ask if they are using a version of Word, Excel, or PowerPoint that you do have access to. Sometimes we ask if they are using a version of Word that is older than the version we have on our website. We try to get a sense of what their needs are, what their preferences are, and what they are comfortable with.
We are the only company that has had Microsoft Office for more than two years. We just want to give you an idea of what they really want to do and do it with as little effort as possible.
We have found clients who are comfortable with not using a complicated app or spreadsheet (so we’re not asking them to do more with their paper than they would with a pen and paper) and who are willing to use a version of Word that they don’t own.