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Promising Beginnings Now that both you and your new client have determined that working together is a good fit, the time for task building and forward thinking begins! The first question you'll ask yourself will be, "Which project takes precedence?" Rather, that should be a question for both you and your new client. Most likely, you've determined top priorities through the interview process, but you probably haven't hashed out the details of the A's list
With the ever growing list of things that come with maintaining a business, there's hardly time to remember other REALLY important things in life... like being environmentally conscious. There are meetings to attend, clients to see, plans to construct, and employees to train. Often times, one of the last things on a business owner's mind is how to reduce footprints on the earth we've inherited. And really, it's quite understandable, because that list of things continues