|What are the most common mistakes clients make when they judge your work?
People are too judgemental these days about who will be successful and who will not. Everyone can acheive if they believe and put their heart in what they do.
There isn't really any.
They are sometimes difficult to understand my concepts
i change my work according to clients so less chance for mistakes
Over the last 22 years. I don't think I made one as yet. If thank you's, God Bless You Oh my God, You are a darling, you are the best, No librarian is as good as you, you are a gem, without you what would I do. One a daily basis. 20-30 times daily. If these phrases could send me to heaven. I am safe.
I don't think my clients make any mistakes... I think that they make assumptions in terms of what it is that I do. There are so many interpretations and variations of what gifts and abilities people possess... Until it is clarified and the clients know upfront what it is that I do, they usually make assumptions of what I do before knowing. It's a natural thing given the work I do.
Most of my clientel have supported my work, however, there have been some problems in after finishing the project resulting in complaints and not misjudging--just complaints.
They look at the price of a lesson without comparing experience, education, certification, and teaching ability
They fail or refuse to appreciate the limits of the legal system in which I operate in trying to achieve their goal.
Clients tend to either pigeonhole you, meaning they think that what you did for them is all you do, or they expect too much and want you to be everything from an estate planner to a trial lawyer. Making the client have reasonable expectations is the most difficult thing I do. Clients always think they are right and don't like to be told there are usually several ways to look at things. Clients expect a remedy for every perceived wrong and often there isn't one. I am always brutally honest with my clients. Sometimes they don't like what I tell them, but I always tell them the truth, good or bad.
Sometime they have mis understand and sometime they are little bit arrogant.
I make it look easy leading to a false impression that anyone can do it
They don't tell me the truth. I can never improve without brutal honesty. Although they could be wrong.
When my Norwegian language classes meet me for the first time, the most common statement I hear is, "I thought you would be older!" Growing up bilingual has its advantages, but when I tell people that I have been teaching since I was 16 years old they tend to question it.
They don't appreciate the complexity of each individual horse and therefore it is easy for them to make sweeping generalizations because of something they read or heard somewhere.
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