Here’s this week’s question, submitted by Nick.
I have been watching your videos and I have really enjoyed your perspectives. I am looking forward to reading your books which I have happily ordered myself from Amazon for Christmas.
I recently watched your video on rephrasing questions and I found we shared the same opinion. I know certain readers use a pricing structure which utilizes a dollar amount per question which I don’t necessarily feel is appropriate given that I do like to help my clients get the most out of their questions.
Since we both seem to use a similar structure in our readings. I was wondering if you have found a pricing structure that works best for this style?
Currently I offer readings at 15, 30, 45, and 60 minutes. Although I consider myself to be pretty efficient at managing my time, I find it difficult when clients choose shorter readings. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Looking forward to more videos,
Thanks for that, Nick!
You’ve asked a really interesting question. Keeping to the clock is difficult. Each client has different needs and circumstances. Here are a few ideas to help you.
- Tell your spirit guides, and the guides of your client, what your time limit is. Let them help you.
- Even if it is not your style to ask for a specific question, the time constraints make asking for a question or an area of focus a reasonable idea.
- Self-edit! Use fewer words to make your points. Give only the most important information you see, not all the information you see.
- If the client really has a problem that requires more time, let them know. Don’t do it in a way that is scary or insistent.
- If you have to give a few extra minutes it’s probably better to do that than to end the reading without closure.
I hope you enjoy the video and find it helpful. Thanks again for a great question.
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