I want to share a story with you. The story is of two designers. Both designers make roughly $6,000 per month. Both designers have equal skills and capabilities. Both designers have a similar portfolio and quality of work. Yet there is one massive difference between these two designers. One designer is working 60 hours per week while juggling a ton of clients.
The second designer is working 20-25 hours per week while handling just a few clients. Both designers are similar, but one works significantly more than the other. How does this happen?
Good advice for anyone wanting to start their own company. Setting the price that best compensates your hard work is always tricky.