Did you ever catch yourself handling a high dollar client differently? I have. It seems easier to act efficiently professional in profitable situations.
A few weeks ago I hung Tim Miles’ blog article on my wall in front of my desk. It has not made me an expert in this area but I do see an improvement. That is my goal – improvement.
Here is an excerpt from his blog:
I decided – in 2012 – my time would be worth $300 an hour. I don’t mean necessarily charging $300 an hour. I mean – acting like it.
This year, fueled by my new-found mental wealth, I’ve watched two things radically transform:
- Who I decide to spend time with and how much of that time.
- How I carry myself to make sure I’m delivering $300 an hour to myself and to others.
Nothing changed. Except my mindset……… Read the rest of Tim Miles’s blog here
From this day forward, if you want to hire me for my services, I’ll provide you with $300 an hour service for much less than $300 an hour. Just ask.