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Hourly Thinking is a Recipe for Disaster

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Hourly Thinking is a Recipe for Disaster

 

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I found a post over at Duct Tape Marketing that could change the way you think about your business.

 

Do you run a business where you charge for a service? How do you determine the price - Is it by the hour or by the results you bring? According to John Jantsch, thinking in terms of the hours you've worked is a terrible way to calculate value. You should be thinking of the results you'll be bringing to your clients.

 

But how do you prove your value?

 

To get out of the trap of hourly thinking, check out the full post - Hourly Thinking is a Recipe for Disaster

 

  • Do you think John's right?
  • How do you determine value?

Thanks,

 

 

Jarrad

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