The Relationship of Time & Money in Your Business | Kristin Kaplan : Integrator & Founder, Digital COO Academy
The Relationship of Time & Money in Your Business | Kristin Kaplan : Integrator & Founder, Digital COO Academy
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The Relationship of Time & Money in Your Business

You can’t talk about money and pricing without also talking about time. They are intrinsically linked to one another. My goal with this post is to get you to reframe how you value your own time and how to better price your products and services to reflect that.

Society has told you from a young age that you are merely a collection of hours.

 

The problem with hourly pricing is that it doesn’t account for SO many other aspects of your value. You are WAY more than just time multiplied by experience. Our first jobs may have ingrained this concept of “hourly pricing” in our heads, but it doesn’t apply to all industries – especially the creative industry or the online expert or knowledge-based industry. You should be paid for your creativity and knowledge! Not based on your time.

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