Taking questions from Mira and Dan Wilson, Tom and Dan discuss feeling uneasy while charging high prices as a newbie with limited experience and what contractors can do to maintain and care for their mental health.
In this episode, we talk about…
- Question 1: As a newcomer to the contracting industry with limited experience, I feel apprehensive about charging “high prices.” What advice can you give me?
- High or low price is subjective to the consumer.
- Charge whatever the formulas tell you, no matter how high or low you think it is.
- As a newbie, you’re more hungrier than others, so you need to take advantage of that.
- Understanding why the client wants to do the project is what makes you valuable.
- Question 2: I believe contractors are overlooking mental health. What do you recommend for clearing your head and resetting your brain?
- Playing golf, reading philosophy, and meditating can be great mental health support methods.
- Be clear on the controlling and controllable things in your day and life.
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