Businesses change, they evolve, and they always strive for growth.

Your freelance business should not be any different.

As your business grows and your goals change, you might find that there are some clients who are holding you and your business back.

It’s not necessarily that a specific client has the power to single handedly destroy your business so you should drop them before that happens, an end-of-year cleansing allows you to make room for the clients whom you desire and who will help you reach your goals.

“Making Room For Desirable Clients

Here’s a secret that you probably know in the back of your mind, but it needs to be brought to the forefront:

As a private business owner, you get to decide who you do business with! 

You don’t need to people please and keep a client on your roster just to make others happy (which is also a reason not to do business with family members or close friends, but that’s a topic for another post).

There’s no Grand Puba who determines who you’ll do business with. The only person you’ll need to check in with on the matter is the same person you look at in the mirror when you’re brushing your teeth!

But, here’s the bottom line on the matter:

When you clear your client list of accounts that aren’t working for you, you’ll immediately make room for the clients you’ve been desiring to work with!

But, mind you, there’s a right and a wrong way to go about everything, and that includes firing a client. With this in mind, let’s explore some tips and actionable tactics that will give you the courage to properly fire your clients, preparing you for a prosperous new year!”

See the entire article at Bidsketch.