As artists, we want anything and everything we create to be the best because it is a reflection of who we are. Our creations can feel so personal that it can seem impossible to put a price on it.
The result, however, is more often than not that we discount our prices, over-deliver, and then wonder why we feel so overworked and underpaid?
It’s an experience floral designer Amy Osaba can relate too well. She’s sharing her experience with us here today on how she realized the importance of understanding her costs and pricing her services with confidence.
If you’re in a place where you are just keeping your head above water, financial coach Shanna Skidmore is also sharing 5 tips you can implement to avoid emotionally pricing your work (which usually looks like offering discounts too quickly and/or over-delivering on the design).
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