EP.116: RE-RELEASE (EP.25) Deciding What to Charge

Business, Marketing, Money Mindset, Podcast

When it’s time to decide how much to charge a prospect for a project, what do you do? Or if you’re just getting started in business, do you know what to charge clients for your unique services?

On this week’s re-release episode, I’m sharing with you a few important mindset shifts to consider when it comes to deciding how much to charge for your services.


  • How to think like a CEO so you charge what your services are worth.
  • Why I don’t think it’s a good idea to ask other colleagues what they think you should charge for a particular project.
  • The importance of crunching the numbers in your unique business
  • A quick tip on how to respond when a prospective client calls to offer you work on something you’ve never done before (and you have no idea what to charge)


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