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Why I Don’t Usually Deal With Clients Who Ask ‘Can You Do It For Less?’

It’s an unpopular opinion, but I hate negotiations. This is why.

Haggling prospects: Some love the budget dance. I personally hate it. Photo by Wendy Wei from Pexels

I Find It Disrespectful

In My Case, Haggling Usually Signals Cheapness

I Know How To Price. Doesn’t Haggling Assume That I Don’t?

Haggling Can Signal Difficulty

Haggling Signals Price-Based Rather Than Value-Based Buying

I Know It Shouldn’t, But Haggling Triggers Me

I Rarely Haggle

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Daniel Rosehill

Daytime: writing for other people. Nighttime: writing for me. Or the other way round. Enjoys: Linux, tech, beer, random things. https://www.danielrosehill.com