“Ask people what they want, don’t tell them what they need.”

Josh Spector
Aug 10, 2016 · 2 min read

Personal Finance Advisor. Author, I Will Teach You To Be Rich.

Believes you need to learn how to charge what you’re worth. (video)

Teaches six negotiation principles to make you a better negotiator than 99% of people including to know who you’re negotiating with and to have a toolbox.

“There is a limit to how much you can cut, but there is no limit to how much you can earn.”

Thinks you can turn your hobbies into services that make money by understanding what your prospective customers will pay for.

Has a two-step process to get your first three clients as a freelancer that includes learning how to locate and communicate with potential clients.

“Ask people what they want, don’t tell them what they need.”

Suggests the way to get your audience to give you their email address is to use a simple formula that speaks to your audience’s pain.

Has five time management tips for busy people including to make it stupid easy to say no and to realize if it’s not on your calendar, it doesn’t exist.

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