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Advice for Handling Difficult Client Situations

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Advice for Handling Difficult Client Situations

Cindy Cipriani of Cipriani Remodeling Solutions, a remodeler and personal wellness coach, shares her expert advice on handling difficult clients.

By Caroline Broderick February 17, 2022
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Cindy Cipriani loved working with her father on remodeling projects when she was young, and that upbringing spun into business ownerships within the industry, with the most recent being co-owner of South Jersey-based Ciprani Remodeling Solutions.

Cindy also happens to have a professional background in grief counseling and personal coaching, both of which come in handy as a designer and designer salesperson.

"I realized how much emotional health is important and I always had in the back of my mind that when I got to a point where I could, I wanted to help more people," says Cipriani. "So I actually trademarked a process that helped me put my life together called The 5C Solution."

She talks with Managing Editor Caroline Broderick a bit about her background, advice on handling hard client situations, ad how she approaches those relationships.

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