New York, NY, December 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- It is a common problem impacting service based professionals, however, a new treatment is available to remedy the long term impacts of “Rabidus Clientitis” loosely translated to the art and science of dealing with difficult clients.
Difficult clients have long been an issue for service based professionals, but a new website, http://www.mycrazyclient.com serves as a online community where service based professionals can share their stories, get advice and pass along a much needed laugh to those who can use it most.
“It is a serious problem,” says founder Lee Cope. “Working with difficult clients creates unique challenges that tragically are not billable. We sadly can’t bill for the stress, annoyance, and aggravation so our hope is to provide a forum where those afflicted can share their stories without burdening their families and loved ones. We hope to become part hilarity and part therapy for those impacted by this devastating condition.”
Participants can chose to either anonymously contribute their tales of woe, or chose to include their website and contact information. Cope says for those who may chose to self promote (particularly social media “experts”), there could be potential business to be gained. “You never know. Someone could be so impressed by your handling of a difficult client they chose to hire you. The choice to self promote is yours,” says Cope.
If you or someone you know is afflicted by this debilitating condition, please reach out at http://www.mycrazyclient.com, or on Twitter at http://twitter.com/crazyclient and share your story with other professionals battling similar situations. Perhaps together, a solution, not a treatment will be developed to combat difficult client situations.
MyCrazyClient.com was founded by a frustrated freelancer over a cup of coffee with a colleague discussing how to deal with difficult clients. The site promotes the stories of service professionals as they share stories and get advice on how to deal with the more difficult clients in their rolodex. Their motto is “Save Your Sanity By Sharing The Crazy”. They can be found at http://www.mycrazyclient.com or on Twitter at http://twitter.com/crazyclient