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Q&A: What to Charge? Pricing Policies & Practices

Taught by Meggin McIntosh, PhD
The PhD of Productivity®

The first time I ever got paid for a workshop was for a half-day workshop for Wilmer-Hutchins ISD (Texas). The next day I went shopping with the $75 check they’d given me (and that I’d earned!!) and bought a dress/jacket outfit. Whenever I wore that outfit, I thought about that feeling of being paid for a workshop! Although I’d been doing workshops since the first year I was a teacher, I’d never been paid for one and hadn’t even considered charging. I did them for free and for fun. (As I would later discover, one of my top MCODE™ motivations is “Demonstrate New Learning,” so of course I learned and taught and taught and learned!)

In the last 30+ years, I’ve learned a great deal about pricing – through experience along with 25 years of courses, conferences, and coaching on the topic.  “How do I know what to charge?” is a topic that comes up frequently with coaching clients, and so I gathered nearly 3 dozen questions related to pricing, policies, and practices and shared those in a recent Flash Class.  The responses to the practical content shared that day let me know that this was a topic of interest!

If you provide consulting, coaching, workshops, lessons, classes, or other service-based offerings – as your full-time job or on the side – then expect to take a LOT of notes as you listen to and learn from this fast-paced, actionable advice, based on many years of experience (and lots of mistakes as part of that experience!)

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  • A video recording of the class;
  • An mp3 audio download.

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About Meggin

Meggin McIntosh, PhD, known as “The PhD of Productivity®” is a former teacher, university professor, and Founding Director of her university’s Excellence in Teaching Program. She is currently (and happily) the president of Emphasis on Excellence, Inc., investing her time, energy, and attention to support joyful work through  her coaching, classes, and writing.

Meggin McIntosh, PhD