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Verbal Kung Fu for Freelancers (1) (English Edition)
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Verbal Kung Fu for Freelancers (1) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Jeremy Tuber , Matthew Hein , Rich Arnold , Carlos Ponce

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Creative freelancers: Ever felt frustrated or taken advantage of by demanding, unfair or unscrupulous clients? Sure, we've all had the "Client from Hell" we just wanted to get away from, but don’t you wonder if there’s a better way to deal with them?

The truth is 95% of creative freelancers out there are frustrated, confused or ticked off at clients who constantly try to take advantage of them; many quit freelancing because they got so tired of not being able to handle clients effectively. Now you can something about bad clients today - even if you are new to freelancing or dislike confrontations.

Not just a collection of snappy comebacks, this book is system on how to effectively manage difficult situations & clients. Linguistic experts have called this book clever, cunning and intriguing. Develop confidence, shift your mindset about handling conflict, protect your rights and learn exactly what to say when clients try to take advantage of you. Wonderfully illustrated, easy-to-read, humorous & clever - a must-have for aspiring and experienced freelancers.

Learn EXACTLY how to when clients say things like:

* I'd like to work with you but can you lower your price?
* I don't know why you haven't gotten paid, I put the check is in the mail.
* I need this by tomorrow so you'll need to finish it tonight instead of tomorrow.
* Sure we said this would be a final draft but we have more changes.
* Our past designer gave us those files for free, why don't you?
* Mock up some stuff for me, if I like it I'll hire you.

Sold in over 25 counties there isn't another book on the market that will help you deal with clients like this - stand up for your rights as a freelancers, and never be taken advantage of again by demanding clients.

Develop your communication edge over clients today - earn your black belt in Verbal Kung Fu!

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Verbal Kung Fu for Freelancers - Puts You In Charge Of Your Clients 28 janvier 2009
Par Tammy D. Fink - Publié sur
When I read Verbal Kung Fu for Freelancers, I couldn't believe how it really hit home with me. Several of the examples Jeremy used could have been my clients...and my experiences. I am an experienced designer, but I had no idea how to handle some of the specific situations that were covered in this book. But now I know...that sometimes it just takes a little Verbal Kung Fu...a bit of enlightenment, if you will. Sometimes it's not just what you say to a client, but how you say it that can make all of the difference. Whether you are just starting out in the freelance business, or have been at it a while, I would recommend keeping a copy of Verbal Kung Fu on hand. At some point in your career, you are going to need it.Verbal Kung Fu for Freelancers: Master the Art of Self Defense against Difficult Clients
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Confidence boosting, but feels untrustworthy at the same time due to terrible editing 18 septembre 2011
Par Kimberly - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
The book contains some good advice along with a whole lot of common sense. Unfortunately, it's also an example of poor self-publishing. The book is riddled with typos, omitted words, and duplicate words that take what is really good advice and make it feel quite iffy and unpleasant to read.

This part is purely personal preference, but I found the font that was chosen for the book quite unpleasant to read for very long, and the overly stereotyped "Chinese" grammar of the "Master's" advice kind of tasteless and not nearly as funny as it was apparently intended to be.

Overall, it was good and I have used a few of the tips in it already to some success, but I wish the reading experience had been better. A good editor could have saved this book at least one star.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must have for anyone that has trouble communicating effectively with clients 9 octobre 2009
Par M. mccanney - Publié sur
Just wanted to let you know that 48 hours after studying your products, I was able to get a client who usually takes weeks to get back to me to not only respond immediately, but enthusiastically. I successfully turned it into an upsell at the same time! I am definitely much more aware of how clearly my e-mails can be worded and used the techniques in VKFU and FGDZtH to help him transform from unsure about the upcoming project to enthusiastic. Now he wants to know what other bells and whistles are available for his project!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic Resource for Freelance Designers 7 avril 2009
Par Lakia Ross - Publié sur
I purchased this book because negotiating with clients can be a full time job in itself. Tuber uses humor and common sense to relay simple and fair responses to our most dreaded client questions. He focuses on everyone (client and freelancer) coming out as the winner. Fairness and client education are key. What a fantastic resource for those of us who love to design but hate to haggle and negotiate, etc.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 It was ok 13 juin 2012
Par Mark Bowman - Publié sur
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Had some good insight and ideas, but the vernacular is something you would never use in common speech or conversations. It was alright. Not awesome but alright.
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