Hey there, As much as I hate business management 101 cliches, the 80/20 rule is pretty spot on for most businesses. I spend far more energy than I should on the clients that bring me very little or no reward. When you start a business from scratch, you may not have the luxury of turning down work, so you take everything that you get. But when the business grows and you can afford to be a little more fussy it can be hard to leave that mindset. Plus, when you've been working with people for several years, it's not so easy to turn around and tell them you no longer want to work with them. Does anyone have any advice on how to free your energy for that 20%?