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My (Exact) Response To A Cheap Client Who Offered Me $500 For A $5,550 Job

Get smarter at getting paid what you’re — really — worth.

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Illustration by Jano le Roux

You get to set your price.

Not your client. Not your industry. Not your mom.

You are worth more than what you believe you are worth.

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Jano le Roux

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An award-winning marketing consultant who helps brands turn cringeworthy ads into compelling marketing stories. Open for work—jano@likeflare.com—Join me ⤵️

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