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Apr 16, 2004 8:14 pm re: re: Something to Ponder
Sue T.
Good thoughts here. I do have my fee's all worked out. I do appreciate this input. I posted this originally because of all of the talk of raising rates, and what coaching is worth and not worth and how people perceive to pay more for a coach means that one would get better coaching. I wanted to take, sort of a poll to see what would come up. There have been many different answers I've received on this, here and in other networks. I've learned something from each and everyone of them. Thanx for responding. :) > Rebecca & Ken Aspinwall wrote: > Sue, >

>Professional services need to be a minimum of $50 an hour for several reasons beyond the expertise of the coach. First, you are in business and you have overhead. >

>There are employees earning $25 and up. Factor in the cost of advertising, premises and the tools of business. Trust me. You need a minimum of $50 and I see that some coaches even get $100 or more. >

>I would actually start at $100 and leave myself room for negotiation. At $50 -- your back is up against the wall and you are close to being at a loss. >

>Ken >

>> Sue Tosto wrote: >>

I would love an opinion on the following statement:

>> >>

Do think that people believe that if they pay lower rates for coaching services, that they are not getting the true value of coaching, which implies (to me) to some extent that the level of expertise displayed by the coach is equal to the lesser rate and they are not as good as say, someone else with higher rates.

>> >>

Did I say this clearly? What do you think?


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