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Charge For Your Time

By on May 10, 2015

“If they show up bill ’em.” – Stuart Wilde –

I have gotten to the point where I won’t even go to lunch for free: it’s currently $800 an hour (plus the tab).

There are lots of reason why you should cultivate this kind of an attitude. First of all, REALLY placing a high value on your time is a major key to entrepreneurial accomplishment. Second, keeping others from wasting your time is an entrepreneurial necessity. Third, placing high value on what you know is equally important. So the “charge for it” attitude and the ability to ask for money are both critical success factors.

Most people are hamstrung by their personal fears, guilt and other negative emotions about money in general, and about valuing their time and know-how in specific.

(Read Stuart’s book: “The Trick To Money Is Having Some.”)

Dan Kennedy

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