Are you dying to fire that client?

One of the main events at CFC was Luke Mysse’s talk, Who’s the Boss, where he talked a lot about the need to fire clients who aren’t working for you. He said he usually has at least one client sitting on the fence (waiting to replaced by a new one).
There can be lots of reasons clients aren't working for us. Either they’re not fitting with our goals, not paying enough, or just aren’t very nice.
If you have a client sitting on the fence, this post on Freelance Switch shares five ways to fire those undesirable clients.