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FOUR THINGS FREELANCERS SHOULD NEVER SAY TO CLIENTS

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FOUR THINGS FREELANCERS SHOULD NEVER SAY TO CLIENTS

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That’s Not My Job

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This phrase often comes out in the wrong way. Uttering these words generally imply that you want to distance yourself from a freelance project which is out of your expertise. While it’s perfectly all right to do so, you should try to offer a solution to the issue.

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Mispronounc e The Client’s or Product’s Name

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Nothing annoys a person more than having their name incorrectly pronounced. The message this sends is that you just don’t care. If you have difficulty in remembering an important person’s name, simply write it down, and don’t hesitate to ask the person or client to pronounce their name.

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I Really Need This Project

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Statements such as this one reeks of desperation. Never give your clients the impression that you are desperate for freelance projects. This also conveys a sentiment of instability.

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I Am Sorry, But…

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To paraphrase a recent quote made in the popular television series Game of Thrones,” Anything that comes before the word ‘but’ in a sentence is meaningless.” Using the above phrase implies that you are about to make an excuse, which is something no one wants to hear.

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Four Things Freelancers Should Never Say To Clients  

While it’s perfectly all right to do so, you should try to offer a solution to the issue.