We’ve spoken before about client types that you should fire for the sake of your business’ profits and your team’s sanity.
The truth is, a lot of damage can be done between the time that you take on a problem client and the eventual point where you let them know you’re not a good fit working together.
To save you time, money and energy (as well as eliminate much frustration!) I’ve put together a list of prospects that you should avoid as well. Doing so will not only optimize your prospecting process but will also help you avoid taking on people and organizations that could very well turn into problem clients in the future.
Click here to learn about the 5 prospect types to disqualify.