There was the time a subcontractor emailed me the day before we were meant to start working on a new project, saying she had second thoughts, and did I mind terribly if I took her off the project?
Everything about the client spelt trouble with a capital T. His telephone manner was dismissive, his emails barely civil, but we still took on his project, because we were professionals, and managing difficult clients was part of our repertoire, right? Oh, the gift of hindsight!
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