Sometimes, the best client is one you don’t have any longer.
If you provide a service, you likely have a story about someone that you wanted to help. Someone you tried to help. Someone that simply refused to be helped. Someone that paid you, but they ignored every shred of your expertise and experience.
I challenge you to look at your client list. Are there any clients on this list that you’d be better off without? If one was removed, could you use that time better growing your business or assisting other clients?
Remember, you can fire a client. If warranted, try it. It can be liberating and lead to growth in other areas.