Now I know a lot of people will that will tell you if you are poor with time then you need to look at getting better at organising self to create time. There is another argument that if you are time poor your business and pricing model could be effecting the way your operate your business. With the current model you have it could mean you are constantly selling and always on the treadmill to keeping your business. What could you do to to becoming time rich instead of time poor.
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Case Study Client: Lucy Dack - Photographer
The brief was for me to help my client figure out her pricing structure so Lucy can still make a profit with the increase of expenses with the change of circumstances.
Case Study Client: Aideen - Singing with confidence coach
The brief was for me to help my client figure out what is the right price to charge for the services they provide. It is important to me that my clients have confidence in their prices so they can sell their services knowing that they are worth their value.
Case Study Client: Joshua Arberry – Coaching Through Tarot
The brief was to review my profit margins and the price that was being charged for Joshua’s projects and services.
Case Study Client: Karen Stanley – Publishing House & Author Coach
With energy and staffing costs Increasing I invited Scott over to discuss my strategy on pricing towards my clients and that all important question, “What should I charge for my services”
Case Study Client: Emma Rose
After speaking with Scott, I was concerned that my price was not meeting my needs and that I might not be making a profit and worst still a loss. My price was based on what my competitors were charging.
So, I asked Scott for help.
Case Study Client: Lilian Lee
The client asked, “Am I charging too little for my services?” and also “how should I charge regular and one-off clients?”
Case Study Client: SAH
To understand how I can provide a service to my clients that reviewed everything involved in them providing their service to their customers and coming up with a pricing formula that showed how much more revenue they could generate whilst providing me with a new valuable service that I too could charge for.
Case Study Client: Jasmina Vulic – Lifestyle Coach
Identify whether the client was charging the right price for her clients based upon her central London location.
Case Study Client: Sushma Raval – Holistic Cookery Coach
Review the costs in the business and evaluate the time being spent with clients. Identify which areas of the business were making a profit and which were not. How can the business donate time to charity and maximise the funds to the charity?