Charge What You are Worth

In this video, Brad and I discuss a common decision facing many entrepreneurs… How to set your price. If you are delivering a high valued, specialized service, you need to charge accordingly. Lawyers and accountants charge by the minute and everyone pays their fees without asking. It should be no different for you assuming you have a specialized skill that is of high value and in demand within the marketplace.

Are you charging enough for your time?

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2 Responses to Charge What You are Worth

  1. Karen March 14, 2010 at 1:15 pm #

    Hi Justin and Brad,

    This is great! You gave me a lot to think about when charging for my time. If we don’t value ourselves, then no one will. I think there is a tendency for things to be free or cheap on the internet, but if behind the scenes you have a viable business (and especially when you are charging for your time), then it behooves you not to cheapen yourself or your skills.

    If you are good at what you do, then you should be charging appropriately. The advice regarding the perception of your worth is spot on!Great advice!

    Thanks,
    Karen
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  2. Justin Popovic March 15, 2010 at 10:56 am #

    Thanks for your comments Karen. We are glad you appreciated the message. We have seen both new and experienced entrepreneurs making this mistake over and over. It is time that people start recognizing their worth and receiving fair reward for the value they provide.

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