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Old 02-18-2013, 12:58 PM   #1
Fabian Herrera
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Dealing with difficult members

How do other Box owners deal with difficult clients? Those that dont have a level one, but have a masters in Youtube viewing videos. Dont get me wrong, they are the best clients to have but they tend to think they know more than you. Its hard for me because I see them as income but at the same time it gets under my skin. Any Advice?
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