How Ian handles low-ball clients & charges what he’s worth (Sidegig 3.2)

Finding the confidence to negotiate competitive rates is something many freelancers struggle with. And it’s no fun handling clients who lowball you freelance rates. 

How can you avoid charging too little (or even too much) for your services? What are the best way to raise your rates without losing clients (and even increase your clients)?

Ryan, Ian and Preston discuss what to keep in mind to become more comfortable charging what you’re really worth as a freelancer + a lot more in today’s episode.

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