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    In a message dated 10/17/02 7:16:25 AM Eastern Standard Time, ... Well, I ve got the Beauty Salon and I m talking to a Tupperware Group. Basically, what CJ and
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      In a message dated 10/17/02 7:16:25 AM Eastern Standard Time,
      getclientsnow@yahoogroups.com writes:

      > Wed, 16 Oct 2002 10:01:37 -0700
      > From: "C.J. Hayden" <CoachCJ@...>
      > Subject: Re: HELP!
      > Marie, you and I talked by phone after you sent this message yesterday
      > about some ideas for how to price training programs. If you put together a
      > structure that works for you with the beauty salon and your other client,
      > it would be great if you could share it with us.

      Well, I've got the Beauty Salon and I'm talking to a Tupperware Group.

      Basically, what CJ and I talked, (and I'm going to simplify) is that for a
      variety of reasons, she can't TELL me what to charge. It's "suggested".

      There are the two kinds of workshops.
      One is the 3 hour (to be broken up in either one session or two) teaching
      session. With a suggested retail price.
      The Second is the class plus weekly coaching. with a higher price.

      Since the Beauty Salon Owner was footing the bill, I wanted to make it
      reasonable for her. I also, wanted the job. : ( I also knew that there
      were several people who really couldn't afford to pay are a huge fee to take
      the class.

      So I took the pricing structure and gave her a 25% discount because she was
      filling a room for me and the price was frozen if she did the workshop before
      December, booking after December meant only a 20 % discount. (I didn't have
      to sell each individual person) Then because there were 13 people and the
      last three were the receptionist, and two assistants. I gave her the option.
      Of the price with the 25% discount based on 10 people with the "option" of
      having 13 people in attendance.

      Needless to say, she's ordered some books and we are good to go. BIG SMILE.

      I talked to some Tupperware gals and some Mary Kay gals as well. With them I
      offered an individual price per person, but again, offered $10 off if they
      booked before December, with them, I packaged it with a book.

      Basically. I looked at the suggested price and offered them a discount that
      allowed them to feel like they got a deal and allowed me to make the sale. I
      also threw in an incentive, you hire me before a certain date, and you get an
      additional bonus. I also allowed in the Salon deal, a way for 3 of the
      smaller people, to attend without crunching the Salon owners budget. As I
      get better, and more well known, the discounts will diminish somewhat.

      Now to get the lawyers!!!

      Best to you,

      Marie Sultana Robinson
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