Asking My Mentor About… Writing Habits
This is the sixth installment of Christine and my Peer-to-Peer Mentoring series.
On her blog, I answered her question:
"As a consultant I'm always creating fun methods for my clients to reach their target markets. I think I have a knack for anticipating needs and have been able to develop and design tangible solutions to connect my clients' philosophies, products and services to their desired consumers. I'm considering courting a company in Los Angeles to hire me as a patchworker (coined by Dr. Kristin Cardinale) to fulfill several areas they're looking to enhance. I'd like to create a proposal that presents the idea: instead of hiring two separate people for two separate positions, that they hire me as a consultant to fill and bridge the gap between the two positions. Currently they're listing two positions traditionally. I'd like to create a mind-blowing presentation that convinces them that my experience as a business developer, owner, health care specialist in private practice and journalist will offer them far more versatility than hiring two separate people could... I've already considered your advice from last month about preparing an interactive CV/resume, but what else can you suggest for this specific task? I'm open to any tools you might have in mind"
Michelle Nickolaisen: February 2012 Innerpreneur Spotlight
Pay-What-It’s-Worth Pricing: Just the Facts, Ma’am
If a buyer feels that a product or service provides a positive value, they will never 'free ride' and not pay anything.
Under certain conditions Pay-What-It's-Worth can provide a larger profit than uniform pricing. A business that can best benefit from PWIW is: