Most days I get the chance to work with clients and their numbers. Heaven, for a former accountant. How much shall I charge for my eBook, Judith? What do you think clients will pay me for my service? How much am I worth? I’m wise to them now. I ask them what they think they are worth, what the price should be, having already asked them enough information to have an answer in my own mind. I know what it’s worth, what they can charge. I want to know what they think. They say they don’t know. I push them. […]
People have often admired my energy and I know that people hang around me to feed off it. What's important as I get older is to harness it, appreciate it, bless it, husband it and use it wisely for the highest good. And this helps me because as I recognise how precious this finite resource is, I cannot afford to waste energy needlessly. It's a bit like running the tap while brushing your teeth. We used to do it all the time when we were younger but now we know better. We don't waste a natural resource which we have come increasingly to value.