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Pricing Structures and Rates Reasons I’ve started recording summaries of podcasts I listen to, different pricing structures and fees based on your experience and comfort level. Welcome to a doctor's perspective podcasts and minisode, I mentioned we will start doing these and what this is going to be this many. So is me give you a summary of the highlights of podcasts that I listened to Now, where does something I should have been doing like six months ago, I kind of thought about it. And it's like, well, I don't really want to start another podcast and another website and all that. And I said, just kind of let it go. And you know, I've always sort of recorded what I thought was important, like writing it down on one note saying can come back to it, because sometimes you just you hear something allows a really good comment, that's a really good way to handle an insurance objection or something. And so we're really good marketing tip, and then write it down. And but I, you know, I could probably go through one episode like this, with just a bunch of are like really random topics like that. But the problem is, I wouldn't know who to reference. And I would like to least be able to reference the show that I got it from, so I might still do that. So this is what there is Minnesota is going to be this episode one. And I just look back and I run like Dang, all the things that I've listened to over the past two, yours is wildly diverse, is a pretty much what you're gonna get. And there's gonna be some chiropractic, some marketing, some cash, practice, PT, and dentist, you're going to hear maybe some random business topics that I listened to from several different shows. You won't hear anything really political, I don't think. Yeah, so if you have any shows that you like, or you would like me to review, please inform me. Okay. That way, I know what other people are listening to. And that was a really amazing one, definitely, you want to give her the three-minute shout out to that. So today, let's go with the show. And the episode is how to write your best copy. So she interviewed a wonderful lady who does, who does copywrite and website design. And of course, she charges and here was the thing, when you're first starting out in a new field, especially like Internet design, something that normally you're like, I want to charge 300. But man, I just don't have the confidence, maybe it needs to be like a 150. Okay, so you're getting your, your, your feet wet. And that's fine, you're just starting out each foot wet, comfortable charging these prices. And then as you go, you start increasing your price. And I think we can see that in a doctor's office, like you may not feel comfortable charging $50 for some service that other people are charging. So you just start less, once you realize like, wow, this benefit a lot of people, I'm getting more comfortable with my own money issues. And yes, it's time to start charging fees. And another option, he started charging per hour. And then you have these clients, you know, you might have like a project. And it's $1,000 project, he said, I want 50% up front and 50% when I finished? Well, apparently those who are in the business start realizing you know, people don't really always finish the project. So you almost never get paid the rest of it, or when you finish it and you got to start chasing people because they weren't exactly happy with it, or they just didn't want to pay that last bit, you know people are, and so it becomes it can become a problem. So when she graduated into saying, Hey, you know what, it's a thousand bucks. And it's 1000 bucks up front. When I complete it is when I complete it. Cena five, our deal is not a 20-hour deal. However long it takes me to finish it is when I'm going to finish it, and you're going to get a product and a result that you are excited for. And I like that idea too. And so I'm trying to figure how can you relate this to a clinic ...
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