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Remember, your clients don’t have general needs, they have specific ones. They want you to be great at solving their problem, not good at solving everyone else’s.
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[…] My colleague Matt Homann made an excellent point in his blog today. He wrote that clients, “don’t have general needs, they have specific ones;” and that those clients “want you to be great at solving their problem[s].” Matt called this The General Practitioner’s Dilemma. […]
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