Are You Prepared To Change?

Losing a client is an excellent reminder that not everything lasts forever. How we respond is what matters.

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I lost a client this week. The content manager I worked with resigned, and, as a result, the company’s content budget was frozen. Granted, the client could come back once the company determines its next steps. Right now, however, I’m…

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I help writers and nonprofits grow. Editor of The Writing Cooperative. Contact at JustinCox.com

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I help writers and nonprofits grow. Editor of The Writing Cooperative. Contact at JustinCox.com

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