April 18, 2016  • Events & Media

Wild Goose Creative, April 2016

Quick – What is your hourly rate?


If you had to think about it too much, or if the answer is too complicated, or if you aren’t entirely sure, it might be time to revisit your pricing model.


Earlier this month, I visited Wild Goose Creative in Columbus to do just that. I led a pricing workshop that started with the “math” answer to the question, “What is your hourly rate?” Then—spoiler alert—we broke down all the reasons why the math answer is incomplete.


In this three-part series (“More Than Math”) we’ll break down the components of the equation approach to calculating your hourly rate (Parts 1 & 2), then we’ll talk about why using only this approach is incomplete (Part 3).



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