WENDY TELLS ALL:

A TREASURE TROVE OF UNEXPECTED ADVICE, EXHILARATING INSPIRATION, AND INTREPID TALES OF ADVENTURE FROM A BROAD.

COME EXPLORE!

Let me introduce you to the wonderful world of making your own rules,

making it count, and making it rain.

Have you seized control of your client’s experience?

TWO HOURS. THEY TOLD YOU IT WOULD TAKE TWO HOURS. You believed it. You counted on it. You made plans based on it. Yet you’re going on five hours with no explanation. Finally, the job is done. Done well, even. But it doesn’t matter because, now, you are furious. Because they didn’t do what they told you they would. Because they didn’t manage your expectations.

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Stop listening to everyone

I KNOW YOU. You’re an independent, strong-willed, go-getter. You know what you need to do and how to do it. And yet, somehow, you find yourself endlessly looking for guidance from other people. Because: the internet. All that information is out there and most of it is free. So, maybe, just maybe, you should read ALL OF IT. Who knows what you might miss out on if you don’t?!?

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Embrace your inner Venus

YOU ARE RIDICULOUSLY GOOD AT WHAT YOU DO. You’ve trained hard, you’ve worked your ass off, and, above all, you’re naturally exceedingly gifted at your craft. And this last one, sadly, is a real problem.

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Are you covering your ass(ets)?

CONTRACTS ARE GOOD. CONTRACTS ARE NECESSARY. To protect you as a client and as a service provider. To cover your assets in the all too likely event that something goes terribly wrong and that person with whom you have such a lovely relationship right now becomes a terrifying-shrieking-banshee-from-hell-determined-to-take-your-last-possession-on-earth(yes, it happens).

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Are you a profit center or a cost center?

IN EVERY SINGLE BUSINESS IN THE HISTORY OF HISTORY, THERE ARE JUST TWO KINDS OF JOBS. Those considered profit centers because they bring in more gorgeous filthy lucre than they cost the company. And those considered cost centers which, no matter how actually important to the business, are seen as a drain on the company’s giant pot of gold. I’ll let you take one wild guess as to which of these is a more secure job to have.

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