04 May 2016

Before you offer to do something for free (or get guilted into doing something for free) read this article….

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We all have to deal with people wanting us to do things for free. There are those who blatantly ask for it, those who try to negotiate on price because that’s what they do and those who are just plain cheap. What does it mean when someone wants us to do things for free or cheap? It means they don’t value what it is that we do. And in some ways, that is kind of insulting. Over the years the projects that have caused me the biggest grief have always been the free ones or the cheap ones.

I suggest you take a moment right now and think about the following. How many hours have you actually spent learning about what you do? How much time have you invested in educating yourself? How much money have you invested in your chosen business? How much has getting to this point cost you? READ MORE

One thought on “Before you offer to do something for free (or get guilted into doing something for free) read this article….”

  1. Pretty Good Article , the way you Narrated here is simple good , can understand to any one .. like to read more article from you.

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