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I guess there is one clear option to consider if your efforts to engage the client are falling short. You could always pick up one or more additional clients to fill your free time. I think one of your options has to be leaving the gig for something else. As a last gasp effort with the client I would bring it down to money; just a quick calc of what you’ve ...


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Clients are busy, and not always ready to provide you with direction if you need it. In fact, some clients may not be able to envision what they want until a certain portion of the project is complete. Develop a foundation for your work by having the client explain the exact requirements of the project before you generate a plan. Use these guidelines to ...


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This is a classic stakeholder management conundrum. You say you "think he is busy" and that you send him "single task emails", and that he's "postponing meetings". These are symptoms of misalignment in what your stakeholder values, and what you value - and also, your communication styles. Do the following. And document it, so ...


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