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Naninikip ba dibdib mo when talking about your rates?

Yung kulang nalang ipagdasal mong mag-brownout kapag tinanong ka sa discovery call ng “how much do you charge?” 

Feeling mo ba kapag marami na kayong napag-usapan ng prospect, at nakapag-send ka na ng sobrang gandang proposal parang magic na papayag na sila magbayad ng premium and work with you? 

Umamin ka! 

Madalas sa madalas, you are doing yourself and your prospects a disservice when you are not telling them your rates upfront. 

In this episode of the Million Dollar Filipino Freelancer Podcast, Niel Reichl and co-host Corina Obrero talk about the no BS approach to negotiating your rates. Wala nang patumpik tumpik pa deretchahan agad!

Kung pagod ka na ma-ghost pagkatapos mo magsend ng proposal, o ma-basted pagkatapos ng 2-3 hours ng heart to heart discovery call then we suggest you grab a paper and take some notes as you listen to this episode. 

In this bash-worthy but enlightening sabunutan session, you’ll learn

  • Why you should declare your rates agad agad
  • The not so secret tool that you’ll need to avoid the awkward conversations
  • Proper positioning for better negotiations
  • The question to ask when qualifying clients that are fit for your services
  • How to propose value over price
  • Avoiding the stereotype that Filipinos are cheap 

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