Sent by Jonathan Stark on June 9th, 2018
The party who sets the price cannot also be the party who decides whether it’s fair.
One party set a price. The other party decides if it’s fair.
If the seller sets the price, the buyer decides if it’s fair. If the buyer sets the price the seller decides if it’s fair.
The same party cannot both set the price AND decide whether it’s fair.
This means that when you’re setting prices for your products and services, it’s not up to you to decide if they are fair.
So don’t worry about it.
P.S. Actually, there’s no such thing as a “fair price” at all. More on that soon.
P.P.S. Are you tired of competing on price against other freelancers? You might want to consider reading my new book, The Freelancer’s Roadmap.
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