Jonathan Stark is a former software developer who is on a mission to rid the world of hourly billing. He is the author of Hourly Billing Is Nuts, the host of Ditching Hourly, and writes a daily newsletter on pricing for independent professionals.

If you wanted to double your income next year, how would you do it?

  • You can’t work twice as much… you’re probably already overworked.
  • You can’t double your hourly rate… your clients would head for the hills.
  • You could hire a bunch of juniors… but then instead of doing what you love, you’d be a manager.

I’ve got news for you:

Hourly billing is a trap.

  • It creates sickening feast/famine cycles where you are slammed one month and dead the next
  • It encourages scope creep by distracting everyone from the client’s real business goals
  • It ruins client relationships when projects blow past the deadline and go over budget
  • And worst of all, hourly billing puts an artificial ceiling on your income

There’s a better way…

Pricing your work instead of billing for your time allows you to create leverage in your business.
What does “”leverage”” mean in this context? It means that for possibly the first time,your business could generate real profits.

What if you could…

  • Smooth out your income year round, instead of losing sleep over your next car/rent/mortgage payment
  • Get paid even when you’re not working, instead of slaving to get more hours in
  • Make more money as you get better, instead of making less as your expertise grows

Stop billing and start pricing!

Join Jonathan to learn how to package your expertise in three novel ways that separate your time from your income:

  • How to price project work more profitably with value pricing
  • How to make selling easier with productized services
  • How to generate monthly recurring income with advisory retainers

If you’re sick of tyranny of timesheets, I hope you’ll join us for this game changing experience


Category: Money

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