UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 97: How to Escape Hourly Billing with Jonathan Stark

Portrait of Jonathan Stark

Feeling trapped in hourly billing forever? Welcome to our two-part miniseries on value-based pricing. Our guest today is Jonathan Stark, a famous consultant and author of Hourly Billing Is Nuts. You’ll learn why hourly billing is detrimental to your earnings and to your productivity, how to transition to value-based pricing, and how to conduct all the hard conversations with your clients.

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  • Hourly Billing Is Nuts — Jonathan’s book we’re talking about
  • Episode 68: Conversational UX with Jonathan Stark — our previous episode with Jonathan
  • The Freelancer’s Roadmap — Jonathan’s upcoming book
  • Productized Consulting with Guest Jane Portman — a recent episode at Jonathan’s podcast, Ditching Hourly
  • How To Price Design Services & Make More Money — a talk by Chris Do (how to charge 10 times more for a logo)
  • The Why Conversation — another episode at Jonathan’s podcast
  • Value Pricing Bootcamp — Jonathan’s free email course
  • Follow Jonathan on Twitter: @jonathanstark
  • Get 30% off any package of Hourly Billing Is Nuts using your special promocode UIBREAKFAST

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