Former software consultant Brian Dunning talks about transitioning from hourly billing for dev work to donation supported content production.
My guest today is Brian Dunning. Brian is an old friend who I met back when we were both building FileMaker solutions for clients who we billed on an hourly basis. Over the years, Brian has transitioned away from trading time for money to the most purely value-based model I've ever encountered: he now runs a donation supported non-profit called Skeptoid Media. As a former dev, I wanted to have Brian to hopefully inspire you to consider packaging up and selling your expertise in an novel way. Enjoy...
The next time someone asks you for your hourly rate, this is what you should say: "I don't have one." To learn what to say next, visit http://valuepricingbootcamp.com to signup for my free email course. Again, that url is: http://valuepricingbootcamp.com