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5 Things To Help You Know How Much To Charge

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As a followup to our previous video about 5 Things That Tell Me You’re Not A Professional, today’s post is about deciding how much to charge for your work and what your time is worth. There's really no magical formula to use, but hopefully the points in this video can help you better decide what you ought to be making.


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Here are the 5 principles covered in this video:

  1. Look Around You
  2. Different Stages, Different Wages
  3. What You Cost x3
  4. What's Easy For You Isn't For Them
  5. Avoid Percentages

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