EP 006 | 3 Popular, But Lousy, Methods For Calculating Flat Fees with Kimberley Seldon
April 25, 2017
About this Episode
Terrible, awful, bad and inferior. These are the adjectives that best describe the three most popular methods for calculating flat fee proposals. Yes, most popular! In this one-on-one episode with Kimberley, you’ll hear first-hand, why the most popular methods don’t work. We want to clear the path for you to make lasting change in your business (and your life) and you won’t be able to do that until you abandon methods that are no longer serving you.
In this episode we learn:
– why guesstimating is a losing proposition; and, clients always “hold you to it”
– how to increase your success rate in procuring new projects by 50%
– how room-by-room methods for calculating come up short
– why percentage of overall budget is not the best choice
There’s no earthly way for you to know what a project will cost from start to finish on the first day you meet your customer. If you choose to do so, you can stop playing the guessing game, develop a system that allows you to get paid for all your expertise, manage jobs like the true professional you are, and satisfy more customers.
“Providing clients with an accurate estimate for fees at the consultation increases your chances of getting the job by as much as 50%!” Kimberley Seldon
*NOTE: It is strongly recommended that you start with Volume 1 & 2. Otherwise, you will not have knowledge of the 15 Step Project Management Strategy that will form the basis of your business.
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