Clients want you to think — clients need you to ask questions

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It’s not the client’s job to specify exactly what they want and how they want it done.

It’s the client’s job to set their objectives. It’s the consultant/ designer/ engineer/ advisor’s job to find the best solution that achieves those objectives.

That means that if you’re working for a client, the most important thing isn’t to find…

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