RE: Should you charge more when you don't know what you're doing?
I am new to freelance consulting and am still figuring some things out. Since work is scarce, I have been getting involved in projects that are outside my immediate scope of knowledge. When I am doing more learning than creating, I lower my rate. I am always thinking about how much value I provided to my clients, each day. Since I am getting into development more, I have to get used to the fact that creating value sometimes takes a little/lot longer than just a day or even a few hours. Like I said, I'm learning. I truly appreciate this forum because I am learning a lot. Not only that, but I feel a little more comfortable, even vindicated, knowing that other people struggle with some of the same issues I do. Thanks ya'll!
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