What do you do when a client that just wants what they want done? How do you deal with the push back they give you to not make it more complicated than it is? How to respond when the client doesn’t allow you diagnose the problem.
This is a conversation from a Clubhouse call on February 24, 2021, that Chris did with Mo and Drigo where Chris showcases how to navigate a conversation where the client just wants what they want. He does this by constantly checking in to make sure they’re on the same page, questioning their wording, and getting to the root of the problem.
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