How to Price Your Services

-W. Clement Stone

Try, try, try and keep on trying is the rule that must be followed to become an expert in anything.

There is a certain art and finesse that is needed when you are giving quotes for your work. On the one hand if you are new and are just trying to get started in your business, you don’t want your pricing to be a barrier between you and the job you’re after. You want to work to establish confidence and trust from your potential clients and price your work accordingly. On the other hand, in an effort to win lots of jobs, you might be tempted to undercharge to win over some new gigs. However, undercharging not only hurts you and your investment of time and resources, but it also hurts the industry as a whole. The services you offer are valuable, and the creative financing options you can offer are limitless and can actually help you acquire more clients and, earn more money as a result. Take a listen to some of our podcasts to learn more.

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