This week on The Happiness Looks Like Me Podcast we are covering work. We spend too much time at work to not be happy while doing it. This episode covers what you need to know to get back into the work you do again.
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Pricing your services as a freelancer can be challenging. Freelancing is a new industry for everyone. Freelancers don’t know how to price their services well, and clients don’t know how to pay freelancers well. As much as I wish there was a magical formula I could share with you today, I don’t have that. I am going to break down ten factors you can use to determine your freelance pricing.
Here’s the thing, you have so much power over what you charge. It’s up to a particular client to figure out if your talents are worth that price to them. You want to keep pricing as consistent as possible for the sake of being honest, but it’s okay to vary the cost depending on your skills and what the client needs. Keep working, keep standing in your pricing truth, and I know you will get there.
Let’s get started with ten factors that should go into your pricing as a freelancer.