In today’s episode of the Idea to Value podcast, we speak with Blair Enns, author of Pricing Creativity and founder of the Win Without Pitching manifesto.
Topics covered in this episode:
- 00:01:30 – Blair’s history in advertising and consulting
- 00:03:30 – The fastest way to make your creativity a commodity is to sell your time
- 00:06:00 – Pricing is a prison cell of your making in your own brain
- 00:08:00 – The importance of asking questions to determine value
- 00:12:30 – Why creative people hate the feeling of doing “Sales”, and how to change this
- 00:17:30 – How to raise your prices for creative services
- 00:20:45 – Your idea of what you think the market will bear is usually wrong
- 00:22:30 – The importance of specialising to communicate your value by narrowing your focus
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Book: Pricing Creativity: A guide to profit beyond the billable hour: https://www.winwithoutpitching.com/pricing-creativity/
- Book: The Win Without Pitching Manifesto: https://amzn.to/3oeEs43
- Win Without Pitching training: https://www.winwithoutpitching.com/
- 2bobs podcast: https://2bobs.com/
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