How to Know When It’s Time to Fire a Client

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Hey there, my friend! It’s episode 147 of the Positioning to Profit Podcast. Thank you for checking out this episode. It was inspired by my amazing Prolific Inner Circle. We were discussing this whole concept of “how do you know when it’s time to fire a client?”, and I was like, oh my God, I have the perfect podcast episode topic, because it’s something that I haven’t talked about. You may be wondering, well, how does this have to do with, you know, Positioning to Profit? And I think it has everything to do with it. Because through some hard lessons, I really recognize the importance of being selective. And so I’m going to share with you some tips on how to know when it’s time to fire your client, what to do about it, and really the consequences of choosing to stay with a client that no longer serves you, and really understanding the bigger picture of what’s possible when you do in fact choose to fire some clients. 
All right, so that is the topic of today’s solo episode. In addition to that, I do want to bring to light, don’t forget, Positioning Club is my new venture that I launched earlier this month. And it is at It is basically marketing and mindset in your pocket via an amazing app, where we get to connect and collaborate. And I do lives in there, there’s an e-newsletter, it’s chock full of really super valuable information. You can find out all the details at Check it out for yourself. I’m super excited to share this episode with you, it is a must, because this is inevitably going to come up. I’m going to equip you and help you out, so this doesn’t have a you know what to do with it. All right, with that, here we go. 

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