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Charging as an consultant

For close to 15 years, I have been giving advice & arranging connections in women's sports & doing promotional work for events, to the point that I have built up a very good reputation.

I have even moved from New York to Miami & have continued my business, in both locations.

My problem - I have NEVER charged for my consulting! I have been at tournaments & events & know that others get paid for the SAME thing that I do. I have always done this, for the love of helping others - many have told me that I should "charge".

I don't even need to advertise - people keep coming to me - for my knowledge, not because it's FREE!

What advice would you give me to start to make this a "paying" business???

Thank you for any help!

M. Patterson   

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