On this week’s episode we have a heart-to-heart chat with Bri Earles, a freelance social media manager and virtual assistant.
Bri has never had any trouble getting new social media clients. But whenever Bri thinks about having money conversations or raising her prices, she kinda freezes up—using words like “awkward” “greedy” or “selfish” to explain how she feels about charging clients.
What many freelancers like Bri fail to realize is the only way to become comfortable with charging more is to gain confidence about the value you provide.
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