Mar 22, 2018
EPISODE 171 of The Local Small Business Coach Podcast
Learning to Say No to Business and Others
In today’s episode:
When a client or customer doesn’t pay, you are often left wondering what is the best way to collect your money? There are a lot of options, should you sue, walk away, or is there a better option? Honestly, it will depend on how it happened, how much is owed and how much time and energy you want to invest. Not to mention, chasing down payments can weigh heavy on your attitude, and in a negative way. The most important thing is what you can learn from the experience.
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